Outlook from the JMA for the next four weeks. Looks like some...

Outlook from the JMA for the next four weeks. Looks like some improvment around the middle of the month.

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This is the outlook for the next 4 weeks using the JMA issued from the Japanese Met Agency. This is not meant to be a forecast be a general outlook just using the JMA model. I have added the 3 images together and added a red line so you can see the UK. Blue colours are low pressure area and oranges high pressures.

Week 1 7th to 13th September.

A deep trough with low pressure in control. We will see above average rainfall and the temperature 2-3 degrees cooler than you would expect and windy at times.

Week 2 14th to 20th September.

High pressure looks like it will start to be in control bringing more settled conditions. It may be a few days into this period before we start to see some improvement. Rainfall will be around average and temperatures maybe just below average in a northerly airflow.

Week 3-4 21st September to 3th October.

High pressure will be in the Atlantic near to the UK. Overall fairly dry with temperature around average.