Two Weather Diaries from Northern England, 1779-1807: The Journals of John Chipchase and Elihu Robinson: 222 (Publications of the Surtees Society)
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National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP), European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF), Meteo France and Deutscher Wetterdienst (DWD). Humidity is the amount of water vapor in the air. If there is a lot of water vapour, the humidity will be However, it is important to remember that these indicators are very broad brush indeed and just for interest at this stage. The arrow shows the direction of the wind (up is north). If the arrow points from land to sea, the wind beach will be from these waves. If the arrow points towards land, most of the waves’ power will reach
Dull and cloudy morning with outbreaks of rain, heavy at times. Brighter afternoon, but with occasional blustery showers, particularly towards the coast where they may turn heavy at times with hail. Wintry mix to showers over the Pennines. Rather cold. Maximum temperature 6 °C. Tonight: The arrow shows the direction the wind is blowing. The letters show the direction the wind is blowing This is the average height of the waves, 1-2 miles out to sea. The height of the waves can vary. The Aside from the computer models, what do the latest analogues suggest? This week the top 3 matches are 1991, 2020 and 2013. None of them brought snow, but two of them had high pressure building from the south. Therefore, frost and fog could be considerations, but snow wouldn't be. This is the average number of seconds between one wave and the next, 1-2 miles out to sea. A long waveFeels like temperature considers other factors, such as wind speed and humidity. This gives you a better Brian is an expert in using Numerical Weather Prediction (NWP) data sets, the basis of modern day weather forecasting, to produce weather forecasts and analysis.
Chance of precipitation represents how likely it is that rain (or other types of precipitation, such as Any fog patches clearing around sunrise. Then cold but largely dry and bright with long sunny spells. Any showers or showery rain mostly confined to coasts. Coastal showers persisting overnight. Maximum temperature 5 °C. Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:period (more than 10 seconds) means the waves at the beach may be more powerful. Lifeguards can give you In a previous life he worked as a software consultant in the City of London providing design and development expertise to leading Investment Banks and financial institutions. The arrow shows the average direction of the waves 1-2 miles out to sea. It indicates how sheltered the Showers will gradually fade this evening, becoming increasingly confined to North Sea coasts overnight. Skies slowly clearing, with patches of fog and freezing fog forming inland where winds fall light. Minimum temperature 1 °C. Tuesday: the beach. If the arrow is parallel to or pointing away from land, the wave height is likely to be lower
Beware of offshore winds if you are using inflatables, paddle boards or kayaks. These winds can blow you Bright Wednesday, with a wintry mix to showers over high ground and towards coasts. Variable cloud Thursday and Friday with spells of rain, sleet and snow showers. Cold throughout.
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He is often quoted in the national newspapers and has made a number of appearances on the BBC and Times Radio. No risk of UV - It’s safe to stay outside. 1-2 Low - You can safely stay outside. Consider sunscreen in direct sunlight. 3-5 Moderate - Take care during midday hours and do not spend too much time in the sun unprotected. Sunscreen advised. 6-7 High - Seek shade during midday hours, cover up and wear sunscreen. 8-10 Very high - Spend time in the shade between 11am and 3pm. Shirt, sunscreen and hat are essential. 11 Extreme - Avoid being outside during midday hours. Shirt, sunscreen and hat essential. The GEFS35 charts now cover the Christmas period. The one below updates each day with the latest view. The temperature anomaly forecasts are for approximately 1500m above sea level, providing an idea of how cold or mild an air mass is forecast to be. If you're hoping for colder weather, look for blue shading over the UK!
Brian is the founder of TheWeatherOutlook. He first became interested in the weather during the long hot summer of 1976, The thirteenth update and only 30 sleeps to go. The GEFS35 day ensemble model now has the big day firmly in its sights, so it looking favourable for snow? Unfortunately not. Above average temperatures are shown during much of the second half of December, meaning that snow would only be likely over the Scottish mountains. Nonetheless, remember that computer models often don't firm up until a few days before Christmas. Taking the above into account, update 13 slightly decreases the chance of a White Christmas in the south and the north. This number shows the air temperature for the time period. You can see the temperature in Celsius or although he is told the first thing he saw after being born and leaving the hospital was heavy snow. Perhaps that's where his lifelong love of snow originated!individual waves out to sea or at the beach can be higher than this number. If you are close to the