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Frozen In Time

Archived articles which have appeared on our homepage since May 7th 2014.


Fine and very warm weekend

[Updated 06:50 30/05/2020]

Beautiful morning, snow patch clinging on. Posted by Uncle Ted

The meteorological spring finishes this weekend on a very summery note. Virtually the whole of the country will be warm and sunny. On Monday and Tuesday the fine weather continues for many. However, by Wednesday a major change starts to take place as colder air moves down from the north....READ IN FULL

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Beautiful morning, snow patch clinging on. Posted by Uncle Ted View the full size picture.

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Saturday starts fine across the UK. The rest of the day will bring virtually uninterrupted sunshine to much of the country. In north eastern coastal counties there could be more cloud at times.

Temperatures range from 18C (64F) near the east coast to a very warm 27C (81F) in northern Scotland and some western parts of Britain. See the rain radar for the latest view.

Arpege forecast chart 1

Meteo France Arpege, temperatures, 16:00 BST Sat 30th May

Tonight it remains dry with clear spells. Temperatures should drop into single figures across most areas by the end of the night but it stays milder in the south eastern corner.

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Tomorrow it's a very similar picture. Long sunny periods develop widely, although in the north west there could be more cloud. Temperatures again widely push into the mid 20Cs.

Arpege forecast chart 2

Meteo France Arpege, temperatures, 16:00 BST Sun 31st May

Arctic plunge next week

On Monday the fine and warm weather continues.

During Tuesday a few showers could break out in the south east. Across Scotland and Northern Ireland outbreaks of rain are likely to push southeastwards through the day. Very warm in southern and central regions.

Through mid week cold Arctic air is expected to sweep southwards. Daytime temperatures take a tumble and in the north there is a risk of ground frost returning on some nights. The much cooler conditions persist through the rest of the week with showers most likely in the north and east. By the weekend high pressure may be building back from the west.

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GFS, surface pressure and 500hPa heights, 16:00 BST Thu 4th June

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