Arctic sea ice bottoms out leaving it the second lowest minima since 1979
A chart of rainfall totals for the last week.
Tuesday looks interesting – is it going to be the southwest or the southeast that sees the heaviest of the rain?
An unexpected 27°C at Valley and mean speeds of 59 knots on Cairngorm.
It’s officially the first day of Autumn none of that meteorological nonsense today
Interesting overnight minimum temperatures across Scotland.
The last day of summer – the first day without a front.
The pressure may be relatively high but its certainly not in charge in the north.
Thursday the 25th of July 2019 gave the UK it’s hottest day on record with 38.7°C being reported at Cambridge.
The Arctic sea ice has gain proved far more resilient than forecast and has refused to produce a record low minimum in 2019.
Are we on the downward slide to an early Autumn?