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Post #1 by Subfreezing » Sat Apr 06, 2013 8:46 pm

A "UK forecast Day 6 to 30" take from the Metoffice 30 day forecast:

UK Outlook for Thursday 11 Apr 2013 to Saturday 20 Apr 2013:

Generally unsettled and often rather windy at first, with occasionally heavy rain, perhaps hill snow in the north, and limited brighter intervals. This unsettled weather should bring nearer normal temperatures than recently in southern Britain, although it will still feel cold in the wind and rain, but still below average further north. A quieter spell of weather then looks likely to develop for most areas this weekend, with drier and brighter conditions for a time. Into the following week, central, southern and eastern parts of the UK should keep the largely dry and fine conditions with temperatures near normal, perhaps occasionally warm inland. The north and west, on the other hand, will probably turn more changeable again, with wind and rain at times and temperatures close to average for mid-April.
UK Outlook for Sunday 21 Apr 2013 to Sunday 5 May 2013:

Current indications suggest conditions during the latter part of April and early May being fairly typical for the time of year. This would leave temperatures often nearer average, though given colder than average seas, coastal areas may be quite chilly whenever sea breezes occur. Meanwhile, during any settled spells the risk of overnight ground frost is, perhaps, slightly greater than average. Unsettled, changeable conditions probably still affecting some northern and western parts early in this forecast period. Otherwise, in the absence of any strong signals for trends in precipitation for late April into early May, nearer average rainfall amounts are considered most likely.

Issued at: 1600 on Sat 6 Apr 2013

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weat ... alForecast


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