There seems to be no end in sight, at least in the short term, to this mobile spell of westerly weather that started after...
The mild, wet and windy continues without let up, let’s hope March brings a much needed anticyclonic spell.
I don’t think low Uta will get quite as deep as the all time record low for the North Atlantic, but it won’t be far off either (corrected).
Unusual zonal circulation pattern continues throughout January 2020
The questions is how high will it go?
High pressure over France and lower than average pressure to the north of Iceland puts the squeeze on the southwesterly flow across latitude 55 degrees north.
Remember you read it here first.
The highest surface pressure in the month of January in the UK was 1053.6 hpa not a lot of people know that.
I just long for a ‘spell’ of weather, and by that I mean a week or more of the same type of weather, and I suppose that’s exactly what I’ve got a spell of mobile cyclonic weather.
If you want the reason why Moscow was so mild during December 2019 then look no further than the surface pressure chart for the month and you’ll see a straight W’SW flow from 60° west right across to 50° east.