The UKMO persist in ending this current spell of weather, but noticeably the start of the transition to “more unsettled weather in the north” never seems to get any closer in their ever vague extended outlook.
October’s mean temperature anomalies across the northern hemisphere
Anomalous positive pressure anomalies persisted to the north of Iceland during October and what it portends for the coming winter.
Why is it that high pressure never seems to stick around for long?
Reasons for a wet the wet October until now
Higher than average pressure over Greenland and Azores made September another zonal and mobile month
Another overly complicated Met Office analysis chart
What’s left of Lorenzo makes an entrance stage left on Thursday – with echoes of hurricane Debbie in 1961
Is this autumn going to be a stormy affair?
The last day of summer – the first day without a front.
Blame the poor August weather on higher than average pressures over Greenland displacing the Icelandic low further south.
The one stand out factor in the MSLP anomaly chart for July 2019 was the much higher than average pressure across central Greenland