Wednesday, 24 October 2012


After all the fun of the fair down in Cornwall last weekend, there's a boom shanker coming down the North sea this weekend. It's more or less a dream set up with a tight pressure gradient aligned north-south to the west of Norway through Thu and Fri, with low pushing its chest out on Saturday evening to turn the wind offshore. The local crew up there will be foaming at the mouth no doubt, and it looks worth the (long) trek.

That's it for a while after that - high pressure looks like ridging out to the west of the UK, in a rough line from the tip of Greenland to Iberia and its looking entrenched so don't expect to be surfing or sunbathing any time soon.

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