Outlook for the next four weeks from the JMA.

Outlook for the next four weeks from the JMA.


This is the outlook for the next four weeks using the JMA issued by the Japanese Met Agency. This is just one model the JMA but followers will know that I normally publish it every Thursday or Friday. I have added the three images together and I have rotated them and added a red line so you can see the UK. Blue colours are low pressure areas and orange’s colours are high pressure areas.

Week 1 6th September to 12th.

Low pressure is in control bringing some wet, rainy conditions with above average rainfall. Feeling cool with temperatures 2 or 3 degrees below average for early September.

Week 2 13th September to 19th.

Low pressure to the South of the UK and over central Europe with high pressure to the north of Scotland and over parts of Scandinavia. We will see little change in the weather from the previous week with showery conditions and cooler temperatures.

Week 3-4 20th September 3rd October.

This is a two week period but we don’t see any great change, still very showery, temperature may be a little higher than the previous two week around average for the end of September.

Followers of my weekly 4 week outlook from the JMA can see major changes have taken place from previous weeks outlooks. Now there are no signs of any warm, dry weather.