The drop-off: how Mid-October 2012 saw-off the UK “summer”

November 6, 2012 — Leave a comment

Mid-October saw a dramatic drop in temperature as our usual westerly prevailing winds bringing warm oceanic temperatures to the UK were roundly seen-off by cold Polar air from the Arctic.  The autumn so far has been below the seasonal average temperature.  More cold weather to come?  Absolutely!  Whilst next week looks mild enough, the medium range models for mid-November see another cold plunge of polar air visiting Britain.  Being November this will obviously be colder than the October plunge.

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