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Finally, ECM:

What should be evident from these posts is that the mid-range situation is far from clear. I'd imagine that settled conditions are more likely, but I doubt that a long (multi-week) dry period in the south as has happened over the last couple of years is anything other than a long shot, thankfully.
 
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Weather warnings are in place from the Met Office for much of southern England for wind and rain. Here are Malcolm's thoughts:
Had a rough night in Cornwall last night and early this morning, storm force winds, heavy rain, rivers threatening to burst their banks, trees down, power cuts.......calming down a little now. Stay safe people! :) P.
 
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Had a rough night in Cornwall last night and early this morning, storm force winds, heavy rain, rivers threatening to burst their banks, trees down, power cuts.......calming down a little now. Stay safe people! :) P.
There's been some speculation on the Netweather forum that there may have been a Sting Jet (see post 10 in the lessons thread).
 
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Further thoughts on this week from Malcolm. I'd concur with his assesssment as the models are essentially showing the same thing. Next week, however, seems likely to be stormy.
This week


Tuesday


After a windy and showery start, particularly in the north. things will start to improve as the high cell edges east


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Wednesday


high cell dominating thus sunny intervals after a morning frost and patchy fog


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Thursday


High cell still in charge but sliding east as pressure mounts in the west


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And by Friday the pressure is starting to take it's toll


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