Halloween, whilst traditionally not celebrated here in the UK many kids across the country dress up in scary costumes and go out knocking on doors for chocolate, unfortunately this year it’s looking like people are going to need to add a coat to their outfit.

I’ve been keeping an eye on the models for Halloween over the past couple of days and  they’ve been fairly consistent with forecasting low pressure to be dominating across the United Kingdom, whilst the details are still questionable it’s likely that we’re going to see some heavy rain around perhaps companied by some strong to gale force winds across some areas.

Currently models are forecasting the heaviest of the rainfall to be across Western parts of England and across Wales, slowly spreading South and East into Southern England and the Midlands. Scotland not clear of the rain either I don’t think with rain currently forecasted for Western Scotland, of course being just under a week away these details are likely to change so I’ll issue an update closer to the period. Temperatures look likely to be on the cool side too ranging from 6-12c across the country.

GFS model showing Low Pressure close to the UK on Halloween
ECM model showing Low Pressure close to the UK on Halloween
UKMO model showing Low Pressure close to the UK on Halloween
GFS Rainfall model showing where the rain is currently expected to be, it’s important to note that at this range, the details are likely to change

 

 

 

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