Spanish plume to threaten September UK temperature record!

Long range weather model predictions are hinting that the end of this cool period could be just around the corner. The GFS suggests high pressure will become established over central Europe with the UK to the North West of its centre allowing a hot Southerly draw all the way from Southern Spain.

This hot plume is forecast to push Northwards towards the end of the second week of September and be fully established by mid month.

Should the modelled outlook come to fruition temperatures will push into the 30’s with the all time record of 35.6c set in Bawtry, Hesley Hall (South Yorkshire) back in 1906 under threat.

Before we get to that we do unfortunately find ourselves with more changeable conditions, Temperatures are set to rise a little closer to the average for the time of year however spells of wind and rain will make some days rather unpleasant. 

Lets hope the long range model forecasts don’t let us down!