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June 2014 Forecast



[color=rgb(40,40,40)][font=helvetica][font=helvetica][size=5][b]June 2014 -[/b][/size][/font][/font][/color][color=rgb(40,40,40)][font=helvetica][font=helvetica] [/font][/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]Western parts of the UK look to have below average rainfall during June while the Southern and Eastern parts will be on the average side. Overall it looks to be a drier month for most of the UK.[/font][/font][/color]



The North West of Scotland and the South East of England could see temperatures being slightly warmer while the rest of the UK is expected to stay average. Overall all of the UK will see close to average temperatures but the North West and South East have a greater chance of seeing warmer temperatures than anywhere else.


[b]Pressure Patterns[/b]

High pressure is likely to mainly be situated in the Atlantic and to our North East but low pressure is likely to be a strong feature across Europe and over Greenland.



With high pressure staying in the Atlantic and to the North East of the UK the West and North can expect below average rainfall while low pressure sits across Europe this will make Southern parts of the country slightly wetter than the rest but overall it should still be near average. As for temperatures all of the UK can expect average temperatures but the North West of Scotland and the South East of England are the two main areas where temperatures may be warmer. Settled weather is likely to be common with high pressure never far away from the UK, the West and North are likely to benefit from them the most while the South may see some unsettled short spells with low pressure coming in from Europe. June looks to be an average month for most and slightly drier in some parts.



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