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July 2014 Forecast

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[b]July 2014[/b] - Based on computer generated long range forecasts and the climate simulator that takes the current climate conditions and simulates ahead of time for a forecast prediction.


Southern parts of Ireland and the South West of England are the two area's where above average rainfall can be expected. Elsewhere can expect average rainfall although there are some hints that the Midlands may see some spells of wet weather and the South West of Scotland some dry spells.



Most of the month is looking average for all of the UK with a chance of some short hot spells. If we do get any hot spells then the West would likely benefit from them the most.


[b]Pressure Patterns[/b]

High pressure will sit in the Atlantic and help block most low pressure systems coming in from the West. However low pressure is mainly situated over Europe and the UK that could bring some unsettled weather from there.



July 2014 will be mainly a average month for temperatures and rainfall. Southern Ireland, the Midlands and the SW of England can expect above average rainfall though because of the low pressure mainly situated in that area. With high pressure in the Atlantic Western parts of the UK will benefit from this from time to time where above average temperatures will be seen and drier spells as well. July looks to have a similar pattern of weather that we have seen in June I expect July to continue it.

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