Thursday, September 13, 2007

Metcheck's weather assessment is where I go to check the weather cos I think it's the best, most accurate source. Here's their assessmet of the next week's weather. I love the professionalism of the first part contrasted with the last paragraph.
    Sorry to say it, but this week does in fact signal a large shift in weather patterns from a blocking high, to a transient system with unsettled weather pushing in for the end of the week.

    The difference this year with the placement of the high, compared to previous years, is that it's stubbornly stayed out to the West of the UK. This has allowed a somewhat cooler airstream to push in around the top of the high.

    During this week, so weather fronts continue to slip down from the North-west. They will weaken as they push South-east bringing nothing more than cloud and patchy drizzle to Western and Central areas from midweek onwards.

    It's from Thursday, where a deep area of low pressure pushes its front South-east across all areas which breaks the back of the high. A much cooler airmass will spread South across the UK in time for the weekend. After this, we look out West to see further unsettled weather pushing in for the remainder of next week.

    So, as Summer 2007 draws to a close, there is only one word to sum it up really... pants.


Blogger Zandra Towns said...

Wait. Don't pants mean underwear in your lanuage. So your summer was underweary this year?

Saturday, 15 September 2007 at 20:29:00 BST  
Anonymous hadashi said...

thank God our good friend & ex-next-door neighbour is from Scotland...otherwise we'd never know the beauty of the word "pants." as in "it's completely pants when people nick peaches off our tree in the front."

Friday, 21 September 2007 at 22:40:00 BST  

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