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Nov
02:20

Iain from Walsall

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29
Nov
06:13


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Brightest In South

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The south-easterly winds from yesterday will be gradually easing from the southwest today as a new area of high pressure ridges in from the southwest. It will remain mild in many areas today, but with light winds tonight then we are expecting fog to become more of an issue and from tomorrow temperatures will then return back to near normal values.

The weekend is starting off on a mostly cloudy note with a lot of mist and low cloud around again, and there is some patchy light rain or drizzle still affecting eastern and north-eastern areas of England and Scotland. The best of any brightness will come towards south-eastern England this morning and as we go through the day these brighter skies will spread across many parts of England and Wales. However for much of Scotland and Northern Ireland there will continue to be a lot of cloud around in many areas with a continued risk of a little light rain and drizzle at times, the rain perhaps turning heavier for a time across eastern Scotland. The east/south-easterly wind winds will be easing as we go through the day, especially across south-western areas, whilst top temperatures will be between 10C to 13C, so on the mild side for the end of November.

It remains rather breezy and mild tonight across Scotland and Northern Ireland with outbreaks of showery rain pushing eastwards before colder and clearer conditions arrive across the northwest late in the night. Meanwhile for England and Wales light winds will allow for widespread mist and fog to form, the fog becoming dense in places. Temperatures will mostly stay up between 5C and 8C, but they will drop down close to freezing in the far northwest as it clears late in the night. Sunday will see some of that mist and fog lingering for a while across parts of England and Wales, but otherwise for many parts it will be a mostly dry day with just the odd shower and some sunny spells.

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26
Nov
11:47


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Apprentice v Master


Well it had to come didn't it? With two major weather models and one about to supercede the other in January 2015 it was only a matter of time before one throws us a scenario totally different to the other.

Next week we have the GFS v GSM battle across the UK.

The GFS is going for milder weather coming in from the Atlantic. The GSM for a cold Easterly from the continent. Only one can win... who will win the battle to be Lord Sug.... (Ed. Wrong website I think?!)

Our in house meteorologists have taken a look at this in todays forecasters discussion. Click the link below to have a read.

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24
Nov
17:33


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Cold, Foggy and Frosty Tonight


Hmm, not meteorological Winter yet, but our thoughts will start turning that way if we get any more nights like the one that is approaching.

What we would call a "proper" Novembers evening on the way across a large part of the country as winds fall light and we find some pretty dense areas of mist and fog developing widely across parts of England later this evening. Temperatures dropping away quickly too with air and ground temperatures below freezing for a time across the Midlands, East Anglia and Western England allowing for the potential for freezing fog in places.

Later in the evening the cloud will start to spill in from the South as rain and milder air heads in from Iberia. This has two effects. The first being the winds will start to pick up across the South slowly which is enough to lift the fog. The second is higher cloud acts like a radiation blanket from the top (not the ready brek kind of radiation!) which dissipates the fog from above. As this happens we will find the fog developing more widely across parts of the Northern Midlands and East Wales along with the colder air.

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