Are things set to warm up?

The latest ECMWF model runs show another slightly deeper depression anchoring itself of southwest Ireland by the time we get to next weekend and thrusting up a warm southerly flow ahead of into the nearby continent. I can guarantee it won’t be long before our TV weathercasters have latched onto this after all this ‘rather chilly’ weather we’ve been been having, and start promising a barbecue weekend as we come out of lockdown. The GFS has a short lived flume of warm air across Germany at T+168 but does not persist it. Thankfully the warmest of the air looks likely to occur to the east of us across central Europe – is it me or has this kind of scenario been repeated numerous times in recent years?

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