HelpFirst Time Visitor Help
United Kingdom ▼Hobbies ▼Europe ▼World ▼Winter ▼Other ▼

Today Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday More ►►
Edit My Locations ▼


Latest weather reports

Weather reports
Near Me ▼ View All ▼




 

Metcheck v7 BETA is now online... VIEW ►
1
Oct
06:05


Metcheck Forecast Team Article Comments (0)

Fresher Northwest

  • Fresher Northwest

    Click Here to submit your own images

A rather cloudy midweek period for many areas as a couple of weak cold fronts push slowly east/south-eastwards across the UK. These will gradually clear away to leave many parts fine tomorrow, but some very wet and windy weather will then push into the northwest for Thursday night and Friday as the unsettled weather really begins to take hold.

Back to this morning and it is starting off on the murky side in many areas with some mist, fog and low cloud across much of the UK along with some patchy outbreaks of rain or drizzle in places too. However clearer and sunnier conditions will soon be coming into northwest Scotland and Northern Ireland and these will slowly spread southeast to leave much of Scotland and Northern Ireland with a sunny afternoon although a few showers will affect the northwest. Meanwhile for England and Wales it will remain rather cloudy today with further sporadic bursts of rain in places, especially over northern and western areas, but some brighter and warmer spells will develop this afternoon across central and eastern districts. Maximum temperatures will range from a fresher 13C or 14C in the north and west to a still rather warm 19C to 21C towards the south and east of England, warmest in the brighter spots of eastern England, whilst winds will be light to moderate south-westerlies for most but fresh or strong in the northwest of Scotland.

That cloud and patchy rain will tend to become confined to southern and eastern parts of England tonight but it will stay mild here. Further north and west and many areas will see a much colder night with clear skies and a touch of frost forming in rural spots. Looking ahead to tomorrow and many places will see a dry day with sunny spells, although there will be variable amounts of cloud around at times, the thickest of which may bring the odd shower across southern and eastern England. Meanwhile south/south-westerly winds will freshen across Northern Ireland and western Scotland in advance of heavy rain arriving overnight.

Add Comment

Site Tools
GFS Charts ►
Radar ►
Satellite ►

29
Sep
14:26


Metcheck Forecast Team Article Comments (1)

Metcheck v7 BETA


Yes, Christmas has come early for all you lucky Metcheckers as we beta release v7 of the site.

The new version has loads of new features and toys as well as plenty of coding which has changed under the bonnet with regards to cloud forecasting algorithms and other boring stuff which we won't go on about.

We are hoping to have v7 in Beta for a fortnight to allow you to take a look at it, let us know your thoughts and any recommendations as well as any bugs which you might find which we can squash in time for the full release.

We honestly think v7 is the best version of the site to date. Cleaner, faster and developed to let you get the best weather forecast in the quickest amount of time.

You can view the new site by going to http://www7.metcheck.com

We hope you like it.

Read Comments (1)

Site Tools
Blog ►

1
Oct
10:10


Metcheck Forecast Team Article Comments (1)

BIG change next week


Quite amusing watching the Atlantic having a go at breaking down the blocking pattern this week. During the course of today and tomorrow a couple of weak frontal systems scrape around the edge of the high pressure area across the UK in a feeble attempt to bring cooler, fresher weather to much of the country.

Then the Atlantic seriously goes for it on Friday with a very active frontal system pushing down from the North-west. Behind the front is a marked change in air mass to a much cooler and Autumnal-like feel. The cold front coming through on Friday and Saturday is an ana cold front as opposed to kata. The difference between the two is the structure of the front. When you have half baked affairs which bring cloud, patchy rain and slightly cooler air that's probably a kata front. When the airmass changes drastically with heavy rainfall along the front then it's an ana front.

Into next week and low pressure takes hold. Trust us, you'll be digging out your jacket and gloves this weekend as we see strong winds, heavy rain and frequent showers push in from the West for the bulk of next week. In short, Autumn arrive this weekend and in style!

Read Comments (1)

Site Tools
GFS Charts ►


 


Current top trending pages

Pages Now Trending...

No.PageVisit
1Weather WarningsView ►
2Contact UsView ►
3Weather ReportsView ►
4Weather ChartsView ►
5Jet StreamView ►
6GFS ChartsView ►
7GFS ChartsView ►
8Lightning StrikesView ►


Current events happening around the country

Current Events
Event Forecast
Edinburgh Tattoo View ►
Euro 2016 Qualifiers View ►
Holiday Destinations View ►
Ryder Cup View ►


Latest weather videos from MetWow

New Weather Videos


Hurricane Odile Arrives

View ►


Hurricane Odile Landfall

View ►


Hurricane Odile Hits Baja California

View ►


Sunny Weekend attractions around the country

Weekend HotSpots

Dover Castle

Sun 5 Oct 17°c

Drusillas Park

Sun 5 Oct 17°c

Avebury Stone Circle

Sun 5 Oct 17°c

Woodhenge

Sun 5 Oct 17°c

Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre

Sun 5 Oct 17°c



Latest GFS Pressure Charts

Weather Models


Latest jet stream forecast

Jetstream Forecast


Metcheck Forecast Challenge

Forecast Challenge
Pos. Metchecker Points
1 Barney 20
2 ian b 20
3 Damian 20
4 john in trusthorpe 20
5 Simon in Salford Priors 20


Latest weather trends

Temperature Trend


All your metcheck information in one place

My Metcheck
Reports ▼




0 Requests
Login/Signup ▼
Alerts ▼




0 Alerts
Locations ▼




0 Locations
Forecasts ▼




0 Forecasts
Favourites ▼




0 Favourites


Latest features and pages on Metcheck

New Features

Ski Resorts Route & Weather


Why not check out some other pages you may not have seen?

Keep Browsing... Or Share This Page


Africa ▼

...

Golf ▼

It's a well known fact that most golfers who get holes in one use Metcheck* ...

Synoptic Charts ▼

This page displays the latest synoptic charts from the nice people at the UK Met Office. ...

Image a world without Metcheck? Now share!
 


Need more help or explanation about this page?

Help & Info

Welcome to the homepage of Metcheck for your country. If this isn't your country then select the right Metcheck from the list below.

Every day we write weather articles which cover developing weather as well as other interesting weather stuff (sometimes it's just rambling like this).

Take a look around and enter your location in the box at the top of the page to get your latest weather forecast.