WX temp charts show some very cold conditions bumbling around over S Russia, indeed well below norm there, but not making an impression on W Europe which remains mild for the next two weeks, if anything milder than shown yesterday. Rain (probably not snow except over mountains) as usual for Atlantic coasts in week 1 plus some stretching down across the Alps and into the EMed; in week 2 generally drier with the wetter areas from Scotland up to Norway.
FAX shows the current LP with showery troughs dominating for a couple of days then the classic warm front - cold front - transient ridge for Tue and again Thu, nicely picked out on the MetO rainfall chart too.
JET - the stream is ever stronger, waving across Britain for the next 10 days; it suddenly subsides on Sat 21st but resumes in a much more buckled form a couple of days later
GFS Op - procession of LPs originating near Greenland and passing near Scotland driven by the Jet, presumably, until Fri 20th when a ridge of HP in the Atlantic allows LP to settle over Finland 985mb and again Tue 24th S Norway 1000mb with a N-ly influence for Britain.
ECM - as GFS to Tue 17th then slows down the procession with the last LP 995mb Scotland moving SE to France and N-lies beginning a couple of days earlier
GEFS - mean temp up and down near norm until Fri 13th after which the mean drops to a little below norm and stays there but not very meaningful as so much disagreement between ens members. Rain in most ens members at some time or other, heaviest in S & W, not much in N & E and quite dry in far NE. Snow row figures only significant for the Highlands, and that mostly after Mon 16th.