October looks like a very unsettled and wet month overall on current indications and Autumn looks set to arrive on cue. We are likely to see some extremely stormy weather at times as old hurricanes turn into large systems of low pressure as they approach our shores... We could even see as many as 2-3 major stormy periods and excessive winds developing within this period, and one particular date of interest is for in and around the 10th - 15th October. As a whole this could be one of the most unsettled and wettest periods of weather for several months for the UK. Temperatures are likely to hover at more near-average as a whole, and although some quite mild weather may develop at times in between the storms, there could also be a transient cold evening or two with a widespread frost in places during the latter part of the month (mixed confidence). This may also bring the first significant snow of the season across higher ground in the north, and possibly a little lower to other levels.
A warmer/near-average and wetter than average month overall.
Originally added 1st September 2021 - James Madden
November is likely to bring a mixed bag of unsettled weather with some wet days when near-normal temperatures exist. However, our current indications suggest some large flirtations with cold temperatures throughout November, and some early wintry weather is likely to be the more dominant feature, rather than any extension of any late autumn mild weather. Widespread frosts and fog will therefore be a common feature, and a number of snow events across the north. A number of snow coverings may also reach as far south as the Capital from mid-month onwards. This does not mean consistent cold and snow throughout the month as some wet and potentially warmer days will exist as we have noted above. However, the more favourable pattern is for the cold to win out as the month progresses and for the UK to have a much awaited early taste of prolonged and more dominant winter weather throughout November as a whole.
A particular date of interest for snow lovers will be for in and around the 20th November onwards
A colder than average to near-average rainfall for the month overall.
We are currently looking at a fairly decent start to the meteorological autumn. September will kick-off with some nice weather and potentially later in the month too. However, a mix of unsettled weather in between is likely to bring a mix of dreary days in among some usable ones.
Unfortunately, October is looking very unsettled and stormy for much of the month, and weather warnings/severe weather warnings (RED) are likely to be commonplace within this period for excessive winds and rainfall. Some potentially colder weather and widespread frosts possible later in the month too.
November will see an early taste of extensive winter for many, particularly, in terms of colder than average temperatures and widespread frosts as the more dominant feature. There is also the prospect for snow, particularly, from mid-month onwards, and this could pave the way for the most wintry and cold December or January period since 2010.
ALL Originally Published - James Madden - 1st September 2021
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