Saturday doesn’t look too pleasant a day across southern England and Wales with a strong easterly wind and spells of cold rain which might produce some snow over the highest ground. The models are all in agreement at T+84 about the shape of the flow on Saturday, although the GFS has a more intense low than the other three. Meanwhile the weather across the north of the country is set fair with sunny spells in the cold air that refuses to budge. The question is will Meteo France bother to give this low a name? I think they might call it storm Justine, which might be next on the list, but not particularly macho. How the French system got to J when the UKMO club are still on C just goes to show how much lower the criteria they must have for storms, or perhaps it’s because their system is not impact based like the UKMO.