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Mets 6-30 Outlook

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Mets 6-30 Outlook

Post by KTtom » Tue Dec 17, 2013 8:26 pm

Don't seem to have a winter version....the Met do tend to follow the ECM 32 and the Met hinting that the mild wet theme may be drawing to an end in Jan....have to wait to see where the block forms.....hopefully not slap bang over the UK.

UK Outlook for Sunday 22 Dec 2013 to Tuesday 31 Dec 2013:

It is likely to remain very unsettled through the Christmas period, with frequent spells of strong winds and rainfall. This will be interspersed with some brighter, showery weather at times. Severe gale force winds are possible, most likely in the north and west, although nowhere looks to be immune. Rain is also likely to be heavy at times, especially in the west, which will lead to a risk of some flooding. Temperatures are most likely to be near or above normal for December at first, but then trending a little colder, more especially later, when there looks to be an increasing risk of some snow in the north and on hills, whilst night frosts may become more common.

UK Outlook for Wednesday 1 Jan 2014 to Wednesday 15 Jan 2014:

Current indications are that the very unsettled weather that is expected to dominate the Christmas period is likely to continue into the New Year. Spells of mild, wet and windy weather are likely to alternate with brighter, colder, showery periods, though the risk of any significant snow or prolonged wintry weather looks low except on high ground in the north. Further into January, the most probable scenario is for the unsettled conditions to ease somewhat with a greater chance of drier weather, whilst frost and fog become a little more likely.

Issued at: 1600 on Tue 17 Dec 2013


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