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02-10-2018, 18:04   #151
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Anyone able to spot where that might have come from, given the above charts? Seems totally out of place with that atmospheric setup unless I'm missing something?
The LP near Iceland I'd guess. It's bringing strong winds to Scotland today.
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The cold air mass following the weak cold front from Thurs evening.






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Windy wet weather Sun through to Tues. Becoming quite mild from later Sun into Monday in a steady SW airflow.






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After a cool night a milder air mass from the SW spreading over the country tomorrow and for the coming days. Becoming windy and blustery and quite fresh on W and NW coasts. Rainfall seems to be confined to W and NW coasts, patchy light rain and drizzle a bit further inland possible in coastal counties perhaps. Staying dry in the E and S for the most part.

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Scary amount of rain for the West coast next week if the 12Z GFS verifies!!
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Looks like things could settle a bit from Wednesday with HP ambling about to our west but near enough to keep things basically dry if not calm.
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Looks like things could settle a bit from Wednesday with HP ambling about to our west but near enough to keep things basically dry if not calm.
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HP ridging up over Ireland today and into tomorrow, being squeezed later Thursday from the W/ NW by a weak front but not making much inroads apart from drizzle and light rain in the W and N. Cold night in Store.



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For some reason, Imgur isn't letting me upload pics... wanted to show the UKMO showing (near) record breaking high pressure for October. The September high pressure record was broken this year too. GFS is similar.
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For some reason, Imgur isn't letting me upload pics... wanted to show the UKMO showing (near) record breaking high pressure for October. The September high pressure record was broken this year too. GFS is similar.
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ECM agrees with the above chart, although the high is centred further west.
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The GFS is still going for record breaking October high pressure for Monday. The UKMO calmed down a bit, it is close to breaking the record but maybe not quite there yet.
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Milder air replaced by cold arctic air from Fri.


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Fresh day in store with plenty of showers of a convective nature with the risk of hail and thunder, more so on coasts. Some heavy showers showing up which could be quite blustery . Very cool up in Northern counties and a considerable windchill across the country.















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