Welcome Guest! To enable all features please Login. New Registrations are disabled.

Notification

Icon
Error

43 Pages«<414243
Options
Go to last post Go to first unread
Offline Gavin D  
#841 Posted : 05 October 2019 14:09:03(UTC)
Gavin D

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 25/06/2011(UTC)
Posts: 8,142
Man
United Kingdom

Thursday 10 Oct - Saturday 19 Oct

The unsettled weather looks set to continue for the rest of the week with scattered showers or longer spells of rain at times. It will often be windy, particularly near northern and western coasts, where occasional gales are likely. The best of any sunshine will be in the south and east. Temperatures will be around average for the time of year but it will feel colder in the wind and rain. Over the following weekend the weather is likely to remain changeable, with the wettest weather still most likely in the west. However, some longer drier spells may develop in the east. As a result of the unsettled weather, overnight frosts are unlikely untill the end of the period when occassional frost and fog is possible.

Saturday 19 Oct - Saturday 2 Nov

Changeable conditions could well dominate through the end of October and into the start of November, bringing further bouts of wet and windy weather. Some drier and brighter spells are likely, though these may be short-lived. Temperatures will probably be around average for the time of year, though in those drier spells, overnight frost and fog will become more widespread. At the end of the period, the northwest is likely to stay on the wet and windy side, with a greater chance of drier and brighter weather in the southeast, though there is low confidence this far in advance.

https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/

Offline Gavin D  
#842 Posted : 06 October 2019 08:59:01(UTC)
Gavin D

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 25/06/2011(UTC)
Posts: 8,142
Man
United Kingdom

Weather forecast UK: 100-day storm to batter Britain until 2020 in washout

Britain is braced for a wash-out winter with three months of storms and torrential downpours – starting today. Weather forecast experts say unprecedented rainfall could be dumped on the country over the next 100 days. The warning comes as a 1,000-mile-wide, low-pressure vortex is set to batter the UK until Wednesday bringing rain and gusts of up to 60mph in the north west. It threatens to become autumn’s first named storm, with large areas of the nation facing six inches of rain and 22ft waves predicted.

 

And forecasters predict severe wind and rain could batter us into January – heralding a wet and windy end to the year. Gales of more than 100mph are expected, which could cause power cuts and travel chaos. It is more bad news after the Daily Star Sunday revealed last week that an Arctic freeze is on the way.

 

https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/uk-weather-forecast-100-day-20470877

Offline SJV  
#843 Posted : 06 October 2019 09:03:03(UTC)
SJV

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 22/11/2015(UTC)
Posts: 17,904
Man
Location: Sheffield, 100m ASL

They love the word 'vortex' don't they?
CAPE-steve

Follow Steel City Skies on Facebook for daily weather forecasts for Sheffield!

Recognise the hallucinatory nature of your reality.

Offline Gavin D  
#844 Posted : 06 October 2019 12:20:00(UTC)
Gavin D

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 25/06/2011(UTC)
Posts: 8,142
Man
United Kingdom

Friday 11 Oct - Sunday 20 Oct

The unsettled weather looks set to continue through the middle of October with scattered showers or longer spells of rain at times, but also some drier and more settled interludes. It will often be windy, particularly near northern and western coasts, where occasional gales are likely. The best of any dry and sunny weather will be in the south and east of the UK. Temperatures will be around the average for the time of year to begin the period, but it will feel colder in the wind and rain. During any drier and clearer interludes, which may only be short-lived, there is a risk of seeing overnight frost and fog. As we head further into the month, it may turn a little colder.

Monday 21 Oct - Monday 4 Nov

Changeable conditions could well dominate through the end of October and into the start of November, bringing further bouts of wet and windy weather. Some drier and brighter spells are likely, though these may be short-lived. Temperatures will probably be around average for the time of year, though in those drier spells, overnight frost and fog will become more widespread. At the end of the period, the northwest is likely to stay on the wet and windy side, with a greater chance of drier and brighter weather in the southeast, though there is low confidence this far in advance.

https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/

 

Offline Gavin D  
#845 Posted : 07 October 2019 07:57:35(UTC)
Gavin D

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 25/06/2011(UTC)
Posts: 8,142
Man
United Kingdom

Take your pick this morning the beeb are saying it's going to be pouring down quite widely at 11am but it's also going to be dry quite widely

The beebs main website 

The beebs video tweet

 

SHOW EXTERNAL IMAGES

Offline Gavin D  
#846 Posted : 07 October 2019 11:42:37(UTC)
Gavin D

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 25/06/2011(UTC)
Posts: 8,142
Man
United Kingdom

Saturday 12 Oct - Monday 21 Oct

The unsettled weather looks set to continue through the middle of October with scattered showers or longer spells of rain at times, but also some drier and more settled interludes. It will often be windy, particularly near northern and western coasts, where occasional gales are likely. The best of any dry and sunny weather will be in the south and east of the UK. Temperatures will be around the average for the time of year to begin the period, but it will feel colder in the wind and rain. During any drier and clearer interludes, which may only be short-lived, there is a risk of seeing overnight frost and fog. As we head further into the month, it may turn a little colder.

Tuesday 22 Oct - Tuesday 5 Nov

Changeable conditions could well dominate through the end of October and into the start of November, bringing further bouts of wet and windy weather. Some drier and brighter spells are likely, though these may be short-lived. Temperatures will probably be around average for the time of year, though in those drier spells, overnight frost and fog will become more widespread. At the end of the period, the northwest is likely to stay on the wet and windy side, with a greater chance of drier and brighter weather in the southeast, though there is low confidence this far in advance.

https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/

 

Offline Gavin D  
#847 Posted : 08 October 2019 12:52:19(UTC)
Gavin D

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 25/06/2011(UTC)
Posts: 8,142
Man
United Kingdom

Sunday 13 Oct - Tuesday 22 Oct

The unsettled theme looks set to continue throughout the period with rain or showers at times. Despite this, there should be some brief interludes of more settled periods, with spells of sunshine by day. It will often be windy, particularly in the north and west of the country, with the threat of gales in places. Southern and eastern parts will often be a little drier with more in the way of brightness. Temperatures will remain around the average for this time of the year, although it will often feel colder in the wind and rain. In the short-lived periods of drier and clearer conditions, there is a potential for some overnight frost or fog. This could be slow to clear by day.

Wednesday 23 Oct - Wednesday 6 Nov

Changeable conditions could well dominate through the end of October and into the start of November, bringing further bouts of wet and windy weather. Some drier and brighter spells are likely, though these may be short-lived. Temperatures will probably be around average for the time of year, though in those drier spells, overnight frost and fog will become more widespread. At the end of the period, the northwest is likely to stay on the wet and windy side, with a greater chance of drier and brighter weather 

https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/

 

Offline Gavin D  
#848 Posted : 09 October 2019 12:01:28(UTC)
Gavin D

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 25/06/2011(UTC)
Posts: 8,142
Man
United Kingdom

BBC monthly outlook

Summary

Often wet and windy but mild.

_________________________________

Wednesday 9 October – Sunday 13 October

Windy and showery with prolonged rain at times.

The remainder of this week will be often windy with showers and temperatures near or a little above normal. Most places will have rather mild nights too, with any frost limited to upland glens of northeast Scotland.

On Wednesday, much of the UK will have some bright or sunny intervals. However, it will be breezy with showers in places; the showers most frequent and heavy in the west of the UK and also in the far south-east of England. Into Wednesday night, it will remain breezy with further showers in the west.

Thursday and Friday will have further showers or longer outbreaks of rain, most frequently in the north and west of the UK. The south-eastern quarter of England will have the best of any lengthier periods of dry weather. Over England and Wales, it will be windy on Friday, perhaps with gusts up to 40-50mph quite widely.

The unsettled theme will continue into this weekend with rain at times for many.

Monday 14 October – Sunday 20 October

Unsettled with rain and brisk winds at times.

The unsettled theme to the weather looks like persisting through next week. Low pressure areas over the north-east Atlantic will bring bands of rain and showers to many areas. The rain is likely to be heavy at times, particularly over western areas, bringing a threat of local flooding. The rain is likely to be accompanied by strong winds at times. Current indications are for the strongest winds and most widespread rain to be around the middle part of next week.

Despite an unsettled picture, it will be a rather mild week for most with temperatures mainly a little above the seasonal average. Once again, there should be a lack of night frosts. However, it does look like turning a touch cooler towards the end of the week, perhaps with winds switching from a south or south-westerly to a westerly direction by then.

Monday 21 October – Sunday 3 November

Further wet and windy weather for a time.

Unsettled conditions are expected to persist for a while longer with further bands of rain and brisk winds spreading from the west at times. Initially, it should stay rather mild too with temperatures a little above the seasonal average.

However, towards the turn of the month, we expect a more changeable weather pattern over the UK as low pressure areas starts to alternate with high pressure areas. Therefore, we should see some lengthier drier and calmer interludes in between the bands of rain. Temperatures are likely to fall nearer to the seasonal average, too, perhaps with a few chillier nights and occasional mist and fog.

Further ahead

October is shaping up to be a wet and windy month. We will take another look to see how things could change going into November.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/outlook

 

Offline Gavin D  
#849 Posted : 09 October 2019 13:40:42(UTC)
Gavin D

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 25/06/2011(UTC)
Posts: 8,142
Man
United Kingdom

Monday 14 Oct - Wednesday 23 Oct

Monday morning is likely to be bright, although showers could linger in the southeast. Beyond that, the unsettled theme looks set to continue throughout the period with rain or showers at times. There should be some brief interludes of more settled periods, with spells of sunshine by day. It will often be windy, particularly in the north and west, with gales in places. Southern and eastern parts will often be a little drier with more in the way of brightness. Temperatures will remain around average for this time of the year, although it will often feel colder in the wind and rain. In the short-lived periods of drier and clearer conditions, there is a potential for some overnight frost or fog. This could be slow to clear by day.

Thursday 24 Oct - Thursday 7 Nov

Changeable conditions could well dominate through the end of October and into the start of November, bringing further bouts of wet and windy weather. Some drier and brighter spells are likely, though these may be short-lived. Temperatures will probably be around average for the time of year, though in those drier spells, overnight frost and fog will become more widespread. In early November, the northwest is likely to stay on the wet and windy side, with a greater chance of drier and brighter weather in the southeast, though there is low confidence this far in advance.

https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/

 

Offline Gavin D  
#850 Posted : 10 October 2019 12:39:30(UTC)
Gavin D

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 25/06/2011(UTC)
Posts: 8,142
Man
United Kingdom

Tuesday 15 Oct - Thursday 24 Oct

Tuesday will be mostly dry with sunny spells; however, the northwest will become wetter and windier later. Beyond that, the unsettled theme looks set to continue with rain or showers at times. There should be some brief episodes of more settled weather, with spells of sunshine by day. It will often be windy, particularly in the north and west, with gales in places. Southern and eastern parts will generally be a little drier with more in the way of brightness. Temperatures should remain around average for this time of the year, although it may feel colder at times in the wind and rain. In the short-lived settled periods of drier and clearer conditions, there is the potential for some overnight frost or fog, which would be slow to clear.

Thursday 24 Oct - Thursday 7 Nov

Changeable conditions could well dominate through the end of October and into the start of November, bringing further bouts of wet and windy weather. Some drier and brighter spells are likely, though these may be short-lived. Temperatures will probably be around average for the time of year, though in those drier spells, overnight frost and fog will become more widespread. In early November, the northwest is likely to stay on the wet and windy side, with a greater chance of drier and brighter weather in the southeast, though there is low confidence this far in advance.

https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/

 

Offline Gavin D  
#851 Posted : 11 October 2019 16:58:45(UTC)
Gavin D

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 25/06/2011(UTC)
Posts: 8,142
Man
United Kingdom

Wednesday 16 Oct - Friday 25 Oct

Wednesday will be primarily wet and windy with sunny spells, with a risk of coastal gales in the northwest. Beyond that, the unsettled theme looks set to continue with rain or showers at times. There should be some brief episodes of more settled weather, with spells of sunshine. It will often be windy, particularly in the north and west, with gales in places. Southern and eastern parts will generally be a little drier with more in the way of brightness. Temperatures should remain around average for this time of the year, although it may feel colder at times in the wind and rain. In the short-lived settled periods of drier and clearer conditions, there is the potential for some overnight frost or fog, which would be slow to clear.

Saturday 26 Oct - Saturday 9 Nov

Changeable conditions could well dominate through the end of October and into the start of November, bringing further bouts of wet and windy weather. Some drier and brighter spells are likely, though these may be short-lived. Temperatures will probably be around average for the time of year, though in those drier spells, overnight frost and fog will become more widespread. In early November, the west is likely to stay on the wet and windy side, with an increasing chance of drier and brighter weather in the east. Temperatures under these conditions would feel mild by day and cool by night. Early signs for mid November indicate a return to frequent bands of rain and strong winds moving from west to east, though there is low confidence at this stage.

https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/

 

Online Brian Gaze  
#852 Posted : 11 October 2019 19:58:27(UTC)
Brian Gaze

Rank: Administration

Joined: 04/04/2006(UTC)
Posts: 46,465

Quite surprised there are no warnings out for this evening. Conditions around here have been atrocious at times in the last few hours.

Brian Gaze

Berkhamsted

TWO Buzz - get the latest news and views

"I'm not socialist, I know that. I don't believe in sharing my money." - Gary Numan

Offline Gavin D  
#853 Posted : 12 October 2019 10:49:37(UTC)
Gavin D

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 25/06/2011(UTC)
Posts: 8,142
Man
United Kingdom

BBC monthly outlook

Summary

Breezy and wet, then drier and calmer later

_________________________________

Saturday 12 October – Sunday 20 October

Breezy at times with showers and rain

This weekend will be unsettled at times. On Saturday, southern England and south Wales will have the focus of the unsettled weather with a lot of cloud together with outbreaks of rain. Central and northern areas of the UK will be generally drier and brighter but northwest Scotland will see a few showers. On Sunday, outbreaks of rain look like shifting further north across UK. The south should become drier as the day progresses. Temperatures mainly near to the seasonal average this weekend albeit with a chilly night on Saturday night in northern Scotland, perhaps with a frost in sheltered glens. Through the early part of next week, there will be patchy rain, mainly in the south and west.

The best of the drier and brighter weather is likely over central and north-eastern areas of the UK. Winds will be mostly gentle. From Wednesday to Friday, it is likely to become breezier and showery, with the heaviest of the showers expected over western areas. More prolonged rain may sweep eastwards across the UK for a time on Wednesday. However, there should also be some bright or sunny interludes. For the end of next week, unsettled conditions look like persisting with either showers or more prolonged spells of rain. Temperatures staying near or slightly above the seasonal average

Monday 21 October – Sunday 27 October

Further showery and breezy weather but quite mild

Another breezy and showery week is expected as further low pressure areas approach from the Atlantic. Western areas of the UK are likely to be wettest with rainfall amounts well above average. Therefore, there is the risk of occasional local flooding in the west. Further east, there will be some showers and occasional bands of rain but with some decent drier and brighter periods of weather too. For much of the UK, temperatures are likely to be near to slightly above the seasonal average. Any frost issues should be quite localised with most nights being frost-free. However, there is a slight chance that low pressure ends up further south than expected, which would allow chillier air to move in from the north.

Monday 28 October – Sunday 10 November

Gradually turning drier and calmer

For the end of October and start of November we should see the weather becoming more changeable. Much of the UK is likely to have further rain at times. However, there should also be some drier, brighter and calmer days thanks to low pressure areas giving way to high pressure at times. Overall, rainfall amounts and temperatures are likely to be close to the seasonal average. By around the second week of November, high pressure is likely to become more predominant over northern Europe.

This means we are likely to see lengthier drier and calmer interludes of weather with rainfall becoming more infrequent. However, there will be an increasing risk of overnight mist and fog in places as winds ease, and this could linger well into the mornings. Temperatures should stay near normal but with occasional chilly nights. There is some uncertainty over the timing of the expected transition to drier and calmer weather. There is a slight risk that low pressure areas persist, bringing wet weather for longer.

Further ahead

October is shaping up to be a wet and breezy month. We will take another look to see if we can still expect a significant change to drier and calmer weather for November.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/outlook

Offline Gavin D  
#854 Posted : 12 October 2019 13:53:24(UTC)
Gavin D

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 25/06/2011(UTC)
Posts: 8,142
Man
United Kingdom

Thursday 17 Oct - Saturday 26 Oct

Sunny spells and scattered showers on Thursday, with the best of the sunshine in southern and eastern parts. The northwest may see heavy thundery showers, with a risk of coastal gales. Beyond that, the unsettled theme looks set to continue with rain or showers at times. There should be some brief episodes of more settled weather and sunny spells. Often windy, particularly in the north and west, with gales in places. Southern and eastern parts will generally be drier and brighter. Temperatures should remain around average for this time of the year, although it may feel colder at times in the wind and rain. In the short-lived settled periods of drier and clearer conditions, there is the potential for some overnight frost or fog, which would be slow to clear.

Sunday 27 Oct - Sunday 10 Nov

Changeable conditions could well dominate through the end of October and into the start of November, bringing further bouts of wet and windy weather. Some drier and brighter spells are likely, though these may be short-lived. Temperatures will probably be around average for the time of year, though in those drier spells, overnight frost and fog will become more widespread. In early November, the west is likely to stay on the wet and windy side, with an increasing chance of drier and brighter weather in the east. Temperatures under these conditions would feel mild by day and cool by night. Early signs for mid November indicate a return to frequent bands of rain and strong winds moving from west to east, though there is low confidence at this stage.

https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/

 

Offline Gavin D  
#855 Posted : 13 October 2019 11:47:25(UTC)
Gavin D

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 25/06/2011(UTC)
Posts: 8,142
Man
United Kingdom

Friday 18 Oct - Sunday 27 Oct

Friday should see sunny spells and scatted showers, with possible heavy thundery showers in the south and southwest. There is a risk of coastal gales especially in northern and western parts. Beyond that, the unsettled theme looks set to continue with rain or showers at times. There should be some brief episodes of more settled weather and sunny spells. Often windy, particularly in the north and west, with gales in places. Southern and eastern parts will generally be drier and brighter. Temperatures should remain around average for this time of the year, although it may feel colder at times in the wind and rain. In the short-lived settled periods of drier and clearer conditions, there is the potential for some overnight frost or fog, which would be slow to clear.

Monday 28 Oct - Monday 11 Nov

Changeable conditions could well dominate through the end of October and into the start of November, bringing further bouts of wet and windy weather. Some drier and brighter spells are likely, though these may be short-lived. Temperatures will probably be around average for the time of year, though in those drier spells, overnight frost and fog will become more widespread. In early November, the west is likely to stay on the wet and windy side, with an increasing chance of drier and brighter weather in the east. Temperatures under these conditions would feel mild by day and cool by night. Early signs for mid November indicate a return to frequent bands of rain and strong winds moving from west to east, though there is low confidence at this stage.

 

https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/

Offline Gavin D  
#856 Posted : 14 October 2019 07:52:16(UTC)
Gavin D

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 25/06/2011(UTC)
Posts: 8,142
Man
United Kingdom

UK weather forecast: Met Office issues weather warning as Typhoon Hagibis to impact UK

Quote

 

THE MET OFFICE has issued a yellow warning for rain as Typhoon Hagibis threatens to influence UK weather from the other side of the world. The warning will begin at 12pm on Monday and last for 12 hours. More than two inches of rain is expected to fall across much of England. This includes London, Birmingham and Manchester.

And Typhoon Hagibis, which has left at least 30 dead and more missing in Japan, is forecast to accelerate the jet stream and impact British weather next week. Met Office Science tweeted: “As warm moist air from Typhoon Hagibis comes north to clash with a cold front pushing south-east across Russia, the strengthening temperature contrast will accelerate the Jet Stream by 100mph in 48 hours!

“By affecting the jet, Hagibis could influence UK weather next week.” The Met Office added heavy rain could lead to flooding next week.

 

https://www.express.co.uk/news/weather/1190275/uk-weather-forecast-news-latest-met-office-weather-warning-typhoon-hagibis-path-japan

 

Users browsing this topic
Guest (4)
43 Pages«<414243
Forum Jump  
You cannot post new topics in this forum.
You cannot reply to topics in this forum.
You cannot delete your posts in this forum.
You cannot edit your posts in this forum.
You cannot create polls in this forum.
You cannot vote in polls in this forum.

Code of conduct

× FORUM Settings Posting League USER PHOTOS Sky Eye Camera Sky Eye Live Sky Eye Gallery MODEL CHARTS Arome Arpege ECM ECM ENS GEM GEFS GFS HIRLAM Icon Met Office UM Fax CFS GFSP