Azores High Trying To Push In
Added : Saturday at 15:20
We don't know about you but everything in the garden just seems a bit slower to get going this year, the wet and rather cool weather having an impact.
This week is looking, generally, much drier than last week was thanks to high pressure trying to build in from the southwest but it won't be completely settled as frontal systems work their way around the top of that high and sink south close to or over the UK.
This weekend sees exactly that as high pressure builds in today, but a frontal system comes into the northwest tonight and tomorrow bringing rain with it:
This sinks southeast to leave most places under a cool northerly flow for early next week with perhaps a few showers, but nothing on the scale of what we saw last week:
That high to the southwest then makes another attempt to build back in, and looks like it may be more successful during the midweek period:
Upper air temperatures start to recover a touch so temperatures for us on the ground should pick up nicely, particularly if low cloud clears and some sunshine develops:
Always staying a bit cooler around windward coasts though particularly towards the east.