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May 2014 Forecast



[color=rgb(40,40,40)][font=helvetica][size=5][b]May 2014 -[/b][/size][/font][/color][color=rgb(40,40,40)][font=helvetica] [/font][/color][color=rgb(40,40,40)][font=helvetica][font=helvetica]Based on computer generated long range forecasts and the climate simulator that takes the current climate conditions and simulates ahead of time for a forecast prediction.[/font][/font][/color]


[color=rgb(40,40,40)][font=helvetica][font=helvetica]Northern parts of the UK are likely to see below average rainfall through most of May and for the Southern half it will be closer to average. Overall May looks mostly drier than usual especially in the North and then the South being closer to average.[/font][/font][/color]



The North West of Scotland and the South East of England are the two regions in the UK most likely to have above average temperatures while the rest of the UK stays average. Overall May looks warmer for the North West and South East of the UK but average elsewhere.


[b]Pressure Patterns[/b]

Low pressure is mainly expected to sit over the UK for most of May although it doesn't look to be a strong feature as high pressure sits to our North West and in the Atlantic they are both looking very strong and they could pass over the UK from time to time.




May 2014 will be mostly an average month in terms of temperatures and rainfall. The North West of Scotland and the South East of England are the places most likely to benefit from any high pressure systems they can expect above average temperatures during May. As for rainfall the Northern half of the UK is expected to be drier thanks to high pressure never being too far away from the North West of the UK. The Southern half stays on the average side of things for the rainfall. Low pressure will be over the UK most of the time giving us some unsettled weather but with two high pressure systems nearby they are likely to help with keeping things closer to average.


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