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UK Outlook for Tuesday 8 Oct 2013 to Tuesday 22 Oct 2013:

After a relatively unsettled start to October, most places can expect to see some more in the way of settled periods of weather through the month. These most frequent in southern and eastern UK. Further north and west there is a greater risk of seeing more changeable weather with showers or more prolonged rain at times. Temperatures should remain close to average but it may be warm at times in the south and east.

Updated: 1235 on Mon 23 Sep 2013

 

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So this is what Exeter actually published UK Outlook for Sunday 20 Jan 2019 to Tuesday 29 Jan 2019: Sunday will be cold across the UK, but for many it will be dry; brightest in the southeast

Yes I have just spent some time comparing their forecast issued on their web site at 0025 with the two latest Fax charts for Tuesday. They seemed at odds and this forecast seems to suggest what I beli

In reply to this  My thoughts on this are that met 9 times out of 10 will go for the default outcome which is the milder weather or high pressure over the uk scenario!!its just easier for them co

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UK Outlook for Sunday 29 Sep 2013 to Tuesday 8 Oct 2013:

Rather unsettled conditions are likely on Sunday with showers or some longer spells of rain, these more likely in the east and south, with driest weather probably in the northwest. The unsettled regime looks likely to continue through the rest of the period giving showers or longer spells of rain interspersed by drier, brighter interludes. The focus of the heaviest rain is likely to be over western districts. It will also be windy at times, particularly in the west where gales may develop at times. There should be some brighter spells, particularly across eastern areas. However, temperatures are likely to be above normal and it may feel warm at times, especially in central and southern areas. Through the following weekend it may turn somewhat colder generally, especially for northwestern areas.

Updated: 1217 on Tue 24 Sep 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Wednesday 9 Oct 2013 to Wednesday 23 Oct 2013:

 

Moving towards the middle of October rather unsettled weather is still likely to be established. However, going though mid October into the second half of the month, things are increasingly uncertain. At present it looks as if most places should have near normal temperatures and rainfall, with somewhat drier and warmer conditions than average weakly favoured for southern parts.

 

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UK Outlook for Monday 30 Sep 2013 to Wednesday 9 Oct 2013:

It will be rather cloudy and unsettled with showers or longer spells of rain, mainly affecting the south and southwest on Monday but extending everywhere else through Tuesday. The unsettled regime looks likely to continue through the rest of this period though the rain will be interspersed by some drier and brighter interludes. The focus of the heaviest rain is likely to be over western districts. It will also be windy at times, particularly in the west where gales may develop at times. There should be some brighter spells, particularly across eastern areas. However, temperatures are likely to be above normal and it may feel warm at times, especially in central, eastern and southern areas. Through the following weekend it may turn somewhat colder generally, especially for northwestern areas.

Updated: 1151 on Wed 25 Sep 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Thursday 10 Oct 2013 to Thursday 24 Oct 2013:

Moving towards the middle of October rather unsettled weather is still likely to be established. However, going into the second half of the month, things are increasingly uncertain. At present it looks as if most places should have near normal temperatures and rainfall, with somewhat drier and warmer conditions than average weakly favoured for southern parts.

Updated: 1233 on Wed 25 Sep 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 1 Oct 2013 to Thursday 10 Oct 2013:

Mostly cloudy and unsettled with showers or longer spells of rain in southern and western areas on Tuesday, while the east and southeast see the best of drier and brighter weather. The unsettled regime then looks likely to spread to most areas through the rest of this period though the rain always heaviest and most persistent in western areas and even here expect some drier and brighter interludes. Windy at times also, particularly in the west where gales likely at times. Temperatures are likely to be above normal and it may feel warm at times, especially in sheltered inland areas. Through the weekend and into the following week it will remain unsettled but may turn somewhat colder generally, especially for northwestern areas.

Updated: 1141 on Thu 26 Sep 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Friday 11 Oct 2013 to Friday 25 Oct 2013:

Moving towards the middle of October rather unsettled weather is still likely to be established. However, going into the second half of the month, things are increasingly uncertain. At present it looks as if most places should have near normal temperatures and rainfall, with somewhat drier and warmer conditions than average weakly favoured for southern parts.

Updated: 1231 on Thu 26 Sep 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Wednesday 2 Oct 2013 to Friday 11 Oct 2013:

Mostly cloudy and unsettled with showers or longer spells of rain in southern and western areas on Wednesday, while the east and northeast see the best of drier and brighter weather. The unsettled regime then looks likely to erratically spread to most areas through the rest of this period though the rain always heaviest and most persistent in western and northwestern areas and even here expect some drier and brighter interludes. Windy at times also, particularly in the north and west where gales are likely at times. Temperatures are likely to be above normal and it may feel warm at times, especially in sheltered inland areas. Through the weekend and into the following week it is expected to remain unsettled but may turn somewhat cooler generally, especially for northwestern areas.

 

Updated: 1133 on Fri 27 Sep 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Saturday 12 Oct 2013 to Saturday 26 Oct 2013:

 

Moving towards the middle of October rather unsettled weather is still likely to be established. However, going into the second half of the month, things are increasingly uncertain. At present it looks as if most places should have near normal temperatures and rainfall, with somewhat drier and warmer conditions than average weakly favoured for southern parts.

 

Updated: 1233 on Fri 27 Sep 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Thursday 3 Oct 2013 to Saturday 12 Oct 2013:

Breezy with showers or longer spells of rain on Thursday, some of which will be heavy with a risk of thunder in the southwest. A brighter day follows on Friday, but still breezy and unsettled with sunshine and showers, heaviest in western areas. Through the weekend, northwestern areas probably remaining unsettled with spells of rain, whilst a drier and more settled spell looks likely to prevail across southern, central and eastern areas. Temperatures then near or just above average, perhaps locally warm in the southeast. Conversely, nights will be chillier with a risk of overnight fog, any fog slow to clear during mornings. After next weekend, conditions are likely to turn cooler and more unsettled with periods of rain, interspersed by brighter but showery spells, returning countrywide.

Updated: 1216 on Sat 28 Sep 2013

 

 

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UK Outlook for Saturday 12 Oct 2013 to Saturday 26 Oct 2013:

Increasingly unsettled conditions expected to become established during the first full week of October are thought more likely than not to persist into mid-October. There are then no strong indications as to most likely weather type during the second half of October. As such, most regions should have near normal temperatures and rainfall, whilst over southern parts of the UK conditions may be slightly drier and slightly warmer than average.

Updated: 1234 on Sat 28 Sep 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Friday 4 Oct 2013 to Sunday 13 Oct 2013:

Friday will be a brighter day than of late, but still breezy and rather unsettled with sunshine and scattered showers. The showers will be most frequent and heaviest in western areas. Through the weekend and into the early part of next week, northwestern areas probably remaining unsettled with spells of rain, whilst a drier and more settled spell looks likely to prevail across southern, central and eastern areas. Temperatures then near or just above average, perhaps locally warm in the southeast. Conversely, nights will be chillier with a risk of overnight mist and fog, which will be slow to clear during the mornings. Thereafter, as the week progresses, conditions are likely to gradually turn cooler and more unsettled with periods of rain, interspersed by brighter but showery spells, returning countrywide.

Updated: 1147 on Sun 29 Sep 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Monday 14 Oct 2013 to Monday 28 Oct 2013:

Increasingly unsettled conditions expected to become established during the first full week of October are thought more likely than not to persist into mid-October. There are then no strong indications as to most likely weather type during the second half of October. As such, most regions should have near normal temperatures and rainfall, whilst over southern parts of the UK conditions may be slightly drier and slightly warmer than average.

Updated: 1334 on Sun 29 Sep 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Saturday 5 Oct 2013 to Monday 14 Oct 2013:

The coming weekend will generally be much more settled than previous days, with many parts fine and dry, with light winds and some sunshine, though northwestern areas may remain cloudier and windier, with showers then more persistent rain. Daytime temperatures may be a touch above average, but night-time temperatures will tend be cooler than of late. Into the start of next week, the unsettled weather in the northwest, is likely to push southeastwards across the UK, though the far southeast may remain largely dry and fine. Risk of gales in the exposed northwest during the middle of the week. Daytime temperatures a little below average in the more unsettled conditions. Through the rest of the week, largely unsettled, with outbreaks of rain, the most unsettled weather generally towards the northwest.

Updated: 1211 on Mon 30 Sep 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 15 Oct 2013 to Tuesday 29 Oct 2013:

There is no clear signal for any particular dominant weather type across the UK, but it looks like the generally unsettled conditions will remain through the second part of October.

Updated: 1237 on Mon 30 Sep 2013

 

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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UK Outlook for Sunday 6 Oct 2013 to Tuesday 15 Oct 2013:

The more settled theme continues through Sunday and Monday. Many areas will be fine and dry, with light winds and some sunshine, after any morning fog clears. However, northwestern parts are likely to remain cloudier and windier, with some persistent, and at times heavy rain. Daytime temperatures may be a touch above average in the more settled areas, close to or a little below in the northwest, and night-time temperatures will tend be cooler than of late. Through the first half of next week, the unsettled weather in the northwest may push gradually southeastwards across the UK, though the far southeast is likely to remain largely dry and fine. Through the rest of the period, largely unsettled, with outbreaks of rain, the most unsettled weather generally towards the northwest.

Updated: 1201 on Tue 1 Oct 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Wednesday 16 Oct 2013 to Wednesday 30 Oct 2013:

There is no clear signal for any particular dominant weather type across the UK, but it looks like the generally unsettled conditions will remain through the second part of October.

Updated: 1223 on Tue 1 Oct 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Monday 7 Oct 2013 to Wednesday 16 Oct 2013:

 

The more settled theme will continue into the start of the new working week. Many areas will be dry, with light winds and sometimes large amounts of cloud, but with some sunny spells after any morning fog clears. Northwestern parts are likely to be unsettled and breezy with rain at times, some of which may well be heavy. Daytime temperatures will be close to or just above average, and rather warm in places. However, nights will tend be colder than of late. Through the rest of the week, the unsettled weather in the northwest may push gradually southeastwards across the UK, though the far southeast may remain largely dry and fine. The following week will probably be largely unsettled, particularly in the northwest, with most places having some rain.

Updated: 1228 on Wed 2 Oct 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Thursday 17 Oct 2013 to Thursday 31 Oct 2013:

There is no clear signal for any particular dominant weather type across the UK, but it looks like the generally unsettled conditions will remain through the second part of October.

Updated: 1238 on Wed 2 Oct 2013

 

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Well that took some writing for the past 3 days, talk about sitting on the fence

 

Still can't get my head round why the 6-15 dayer doesn't really reflect that we are highly likely to have a whopping great Euro high sitting atop us for the duration.

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It only updates every Tuesday and Friday, based on the ECM update.

 

I've known them update it at other times as well like they did with this one that was first issued on Monday and they've kept it since

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UK Outlook for Friday 18 Oct 2013 to Friday 1 Nov 2013:

The most likely scenario for the weather during the rest of October is for unsettled conditions in northern and western parts of the UK to spread across many remaining parts of the country. However, the southeast of England should continue to see the best of any dry and bright weather. Temperatures should be close to average throughout.

Updated: 1218 on Thu 3 Oct 2013

 

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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