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 23rd August to 29th.
Low pressure over the North Pole runs down the east coast of the UK and over Europe. Rainfall will be around normal for the end of August and it will be very cool around around 2 to 3 degrees below average.
Week 2 30th August to 5th September.
High pressure is well in control stretching over the UK eastwards over Northern Europe, Scandinavia. Looking mainly dry with temperature just slightly above average for early September.
Week 3-4 6th September to 19th.
High pressure remains in control, bringing rainfall around average so a lot of dry day’s. Temperature will be around average for mid September.
Looks like its remaining cool over the weekend and well into next week and it will slowly turn drier and a little warmer. Start of September will see drier conditions with temperatures recovering to around normal, but definitely no sign of the return of any summer like high temperatures.