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November 2014 Forecast



A few days later than usual but here it is.

[b]November 2014[/b][color=rgb(40,40,40)][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][/color]

[b]Rainfall[/b][color=rgb(40,40,40)][font=helvetica] - All of Ireland, Wales and Western parts of England and Scotland look to see above average rainfall while Eastern parts of England and Scotland see average.[/font][/color]


[b]Temperature[/b][color=rgb(40,40,40)][font=helvetica] - All of the UK and Ireland can expect temperatures to be above average for most of November. The South East of England could see temperatures overall reaching a lot higher than average.[/font][/color]


[b]Pressure Patterns[/b][color=rgb(40,40,40)][font=helvetica] - It looks like high pressure will mainly sit to the South East of the UK and low pressure mainly to the North West.[/font][/color]


[b]Summary[/b][color=rgb(40,40,40)][font=helvetica] - [/font][/color]November 2014 looks to carry on a similar trend from October but with a few changes. Western parts of the UK and all of Ireland can expect above average rainfall and some unsettled weather from time to time due to low pressure mainly in control. The temperatures mainly look above average because of high pressure never being far away. The South East of England can expect a lot higher than average temperatures overall. Because of the high pressure to the South East we can also expect some settled periods where the high pressure extends over all of the UK and Ireland.

TLDR - Wet in the West average elsewhere. Above average temps everywhere especially in the South East of England.



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