Issued: Saturday 13th September 2014
Duty forecasters: Simon Keeling & Captain Bob
High pressure is expected ot be over the south and east of the country through the early part of the month. Lower pressure to the north brings some rain through Scotland and Ireland.
As the month progresses conditions will become more unsettled more widely across the country.
Rainfall amounts may be above normal in Scotland and Ireland, perhaps northwest England, although near or below normal to the south.
Hints of an unsettled November overall.
The first part of the month is likely to be the most unsettled with periods of rain at times. With the winds predominately from the west it is likely that temperatures will stay around normal for the time of year.
There is a low possibility of very wet conditions across more central and northern areas.
The end of the month is likely to become drier with high pressure building, and an increased risk of frost and fog.
Captain Bob & Simon Keeling
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