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October 2014 Forecast

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[b]October 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.

[b]Rainfall[/b] - Northern Ireland and Western Scotland are the two area's that are very likely to see more than average rainfall during October. Meanwhile the rest of the UK looks to see average rainfall amounts.


[b]Temperature[/b] - All parts of the UK and Ireland can expect above average temperatures.


[b]Pressure Patterns[/b] - High pressure will be mainly situated out in the Atlantic and at times will visit the UK but most likely only the Southern half. Low pressure is also situated to the far North of the UK and will visit the Northern half at times.


[b]Summary[/b] - October 2014 looks to be mainly split between the Northern and Southern half of the UK. The Northern half can expect wetter than average rainfall meanwhile the South will see average rainfall, however all of the UK is expected to see above average temperatures. The Southern half of the UK will mostly be under high pressure coming in from the Atlantic but they can expect some unsettled spells of weather. The Northern half will mainly be under low pressure giving the higher than average rainfall amounts and mostly unsettled weather.

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