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Sunset

The October winds set to improve

Umbrella
Monthly Outlook
Published at 10:00 on 12th October All times are BST (Europe/London, GMT+0100)
(Next update at 10:00 on 19th October)
Written by Rob McElwee
Summary
A cold settled start but wet and windy end
As a brief northerly wind brings in cold air at the start of the period, so a calming high pressure cell builds over the top of it. This high pressure dome hangs around for a week or so, moving to cover all of the UK briefly. Atlantic depressions are held at bay until pressure drops again by period end.

Last updated: 21/10/09 10:25 By: Andrew
Views: 1482

Added by beth on 19/10/09

Forecast for the next few weeks looks pretty good. Let's hope it holds. It looks like Kimmeridge could be good this weekend - or at least Bracklesham - big westerly winds and waves. Also more to come next week and the week after....yahoo

Last updated: 20/10/09 14:04 By: beth

Added by rogerta on 21/10/09

Wow, it does look good (loosely translated = it'll never happen now) - there looks like there maybe some reasonable ground swell on its way as well - question is will it hit on the weekend. Agree with Beth - Bracklesham at the very least, possibly too west for Avon, possibly Kimmeridge if it is west and the swell materialises.