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[Blog] Glastonbury Festival 2015 24 to 28 June - Forecast No 1

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This is the first blog for the 2015 Glastonbury festival [24 to 28 June], welcome to the roller coaster.

At this stage were are still using long term models, so should be taken with a cellar full of salt, Nevertheless here we go.

Sources of Information

1. CFS Monthly Charts updated weekly [From Net Weather Extra]

2. CFS Daily Charts updated daily [From Net Weather Extra]

3. CFS Monthly Charts updated weekly [From Meteociel.com]

One thing you may be thinking why use July forecasts when the festival is in June, well IMO as the festival is at the end of the month, the forecast for July can add confidence for weather trends at the end of June.

1. CFS Monthly Charts

June

Higher Pressure to the North of the UK, with closer to average pressure for Southern parts. Temperatures above average for all parts of the UK, moreso for northern parts, rainfall around average for most southern areas.

July

Pressure slightly above average for all of the UK, Temperatures above average for all parts of the UK, moreso for northern parts, and a higher positive anomaly than compared to June, rainfall forecast to be slightly above average especially in the

2. CFS Daily Charts updated daily [From Net Weather Extra]

                 Glastonbury Local Forecast                          UK Wide Forecast                 Pressure           Temps                            Pressure                                TempsRun    (JUNE)    z500    PRMSL   850HPa 2m     Rain                  z500            PRMSL          850HPa             2m            Rain [Blue Drier/Red Wetter]17 May Yellow	  +3     +2/+3   0c     +1c    Blue                  0(SE)/+10(NW)   +2(SE)/+6(NW)  -0c(SE)/+0c(NW)  0c(SE)/+2c(NW)  Blue gen White Midlands18 May Blue      +3/+4   +2/+3  -0c     +1c    Blue/Deep Blue	     +2(S/N)/+4(Cen) 0(S/N)/+2(Cen) -0c(Gen)/+0(NE)  +0c(SE)/+2c(NE) Blue/Deep Blue all Southern UK19 May Yellow    -3/-2   +0/+1  -1c     -0c    Light Blue/White      -3(SW)/+0(NE)   +0(SW)/+4(NW)  -2c(SW)/-1c(Gen) -1c(SE)/+2c(NW) Light Blue Gen, White Midlands/SE  20 May Yellow    +12/+13    +5  +4c	+3c    Deep Blue             +10(NW)/+14(SE) +4(SW)/+7(NE)  +2c( N)/+4c(SE)  +2c(SE)/+4c(NW) Deep Blue Gen, White Midlands 21 May Yellow    +7/+8      +5  +1c/2c         White/Blue            +6(SW)/+10(NE)  +4(SW)/+6(NE)  +1c(SW)/+2c(NE)  +0c(SE)/+3c NW) Deep Blue Gen, white/Red Midlands  22 May Yellow    +3      +0/+1  +1c/2c +0/+1   Light Red/White       +2(S)/+8(N)     +0(SE)/+4(NW)  +0c(SW)+/2c(NE)  +0c(SE)/+3c(NE) Blue Deep Gen, white/Red Midlands/SE
					
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