Long range weather forecast
This long range forecast for the UK is updated once a month. Using the latest long range data from the NCEP and then run through custom software here at Netweather it is on the cutting edge of technology for long range weather forecasting. It is important to bear in mind that forecasting at this range is still in its infancy so can effectively be considered experimental.
Autumn and Early Winter 2014
Updated August 26th 2014
As we head into Autumn, after what has been a summer of two halves for many - a fine, warm start but a cooler, wetter end we look ahead to the final two autumn months, and have an early peak at the start of winter.
For a forecast for the next 4 weeks, please take a look at the monthly forecast
A fairly typical October is expected currently, with both rainfall and temperatures close to the seasonal norm.
Into November and with pressure expected to be higher than average to the west of the British Isles, a slightly drier than average month is forecast for western, northern and central regions. Further east closer to average rain amounts are currently forecast. Like October, temperatures are forecast to be near to average.
November Air Pressure
A very early look at December here, and at this point it should be considered very low confidence. Currently the forecasting model is suggesting high pressure to the north and in particular northeast of the UK which would translate to slightly cooler than average temperatures for England and Wales, closer to average in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
December Air Pressure
Next Update Late September
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Useful Weather Forecasts For You
The long range weather forecast displayed on this page is based on data from the Climate Forecast System from the NCEP (USA), run out to 9 months in advance and are updated once a month. The raw data is sent daily to Netweather, our systems then average and further process that data to produce the forecast you see below. The average figures you see on the forecast are not the standard 1971 to 2000 figures you may often see, instead they are rolling averages, currently from the period 1980-2008.