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Frozen In Time

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


Big change this week

[Updated 06:40 01/06/2020]

Late evening sunshine and the moon. Posted by brian gaze

The meteorological summer starts today with fine and warm weather. It's a similar theme tomorrow for most of us but a change will be starting to take place. Outbreaks of rain push southwards across Scotland and through mid week much cooler air spreads southwards. The likelihood of showers or longer spells of rain increases and over the Scottish mountains there could be snow....READ IN FULL

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Monday 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 western Britain. See the rain radar for the latest view.

Arpege forecast chart 1

Meteo France Arpege, temperatures, 16:00 BST Mon 1st June

Tonight it remains dry with clear spells in most of the UK. The exception is the far north of Scotland where outbreaks of rain develop by the morning.

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Tomorrow it will be warm and sunny in England and Wales. Across Scotland outbreaks of rain push southeastwards they may reach Northern Ireland later in the day.

Arpege forecast chart 2

Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 BST Tues 2nd June

Much cooler and showery

During Wednesday showery outbreaks of rain spread southwards across most of the country. In northern and western areas they turn heavy at times. The south east and East Anglia may remain drier, although there is a risk of showers breaking out in the afternoon. Cooler in all regions.

Through the second half of the week northerly winds bring changeable conditions. Daytime temperatures take a tumble and it will be windy with a risk of gales in the north. In sheltered locations ground frost is possible on some nights. Showers are expected and in the north there could be longer outbreaks of rain with snow over the Scottish mountains. By the weekend high pressure may be building back from the west.

GFS chart 1

GFS, surface pressure and 500hPa heights, 16:00 BST Sat 6th June

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