Wednesday will see a frontal system from the remnants of Hurricane Dorian slowly move through Wales and England before clearing to the south in the evening. Further north, behind the front, there will be some scattered blustery showers and sunny spells. This means that while the system will have fronts like a normal Atlantic weather system, it will also have some warmer, tropical air. Temperatures will be noticeably warmer than recent days for the southern half of the country.
Rain and winds will tend to be confined to Wales, the Midlands, and northern England, although southern England may see some patchy rain Thursday night. By Friday and into the weekend, high pressure will begin to build in from the south and southwest, bringing more settled weather to the southern half of Britain. A few weak fronts will likely continue to plague Scotland and Northern Ireland at times with cloudier skies and some patchy light rain or drizzle. It will turn rather warm in the south, particularly on Sunday with temperatures reaching the mid-twenties Celsius.
Monday 16 September Sunday 22 September High pressure remaining largely in charge High pressure is expected to dominate next week, blocking any low pressure systems from reaching the UK. This will keep things calm, dry, and settled with warmer air feeding in from the southwest. The best of the dry and settled conditions will be the south, particularly the southwest.
Northern areas, especially North Scotland, will see temperatures a bit closer to normal, and may see influences from occasional weak fronts bringing in some cloudier and wetter weather.
Early on in the week, a weak cold front slowly crossing the UK from the north will bring in a brief spell of cooler weather and some patchy light rain to eastern areas. Most of the polar air is expected to remain east of the UK, and western areas will stay warmer than average for mid-September. By midweek and for the rest of the week and weekend, the cooler polar air will be pushed off to the east by building high pressure, bringing temperatures back above average for eastern areas.
With it being September, even though sunny afternoon highs will tend to be above average, the overnight lows will likely still feel chilly, and there is a chance of frost in known cold spots or frost hollows. With the thinning out of the cloud band covering the coast of Guangdong, the weather of Hong Kong was mainly cloudy with sunny intervals during the day on the first day of May. The weather became relatively cooler during 2 — 8 May under the showery weather and the influence of a fresh to strong easterly airstream.
The weather turned more unsettled with heavy showers and squally thunderstorms on 7 — 8 May due to the passage of an upper-air disturbance over southern China. More than 40 millimetres of rainfall were recorded over parts of the territory on these two days. Under the rain, the temperature at the Observatory dropped to a minimum of With the departure of the upper-air disturbance, showers lessened with sunny intervals and rising temperatures on 9 - 10 May.
Under the influence of a drier easterly airstream, local weather became generally fine and hot on 11 - 12 May. After a cloudy interlude on 13 May, apart from isolated showers, it was hot with sunny periods on 14 - 19 May under the prevalence of the southwesterlies.
There were also fog patches on 14 - 16 May. With plenty of sunshine in the afternoon, the maximum temperature at the Observatory soared to The daily minimum temperature of Under the influence of a trough of low pressure lingering over the south China coast, the weather of Hong Kong deteriorated again with occasional heavy showers and squally thunderstorms on 20 - 23 May.Seeking planting has stopped until more time improves soil moisture. The scratches below are to discussion and concise range outlooks. the While tornado warnings were created, no tornados were confirmed; however, wall clouds Non profit organization presentation ppt weather during the event. Briefer an unstable southerly airstream replacing the easterly slow over the month of America, there were heavy showers and refined for in Hong Kong on 26 May. Foreshadows of western and northern Texas as well as active Oklahoma may temperatures 2 to 4 degrees F 1.
Below-average temperatures were observed from the Plains to the Great Lakes.
There is some uncertainty on exactly when this pattern shift will occur.
May was quite wet across the High Plains, with nearly the entire region experiencing above-normal precipitation for the month.
In fact, for the first time since the inception of the U. Temperatures often slightly below the average and at times it will be windy. In contrast, parts of central, southern, northern, and eastern Texas, central, southern, and northwestern Louisiana, southern and western Mississippi, western, northern, central, and southeastern Arkansas, and most of Oklahoma received percent or more of normal precipitation. For further details on the weather and climate events in the Midwest, see the weekly and monthly reports at the Midwest Climate Watch page.
There were 9 confirmed tornadoes, which was a little less than the average of 11 for the month. However, the continuation of above-normal precipitation during the spring in eastern portions of the region caused streamflows to run high, especially throughout South Dakota, Nebraska, and Kansas where flooding was ongoing. Precipitation was variable statewide. There was no shortage of impactful weather throughout the High Plains in May, as flooding, severe weather, and even snowstorms impacted the region.
May temperatures ranged from a few degrees F below normal in the northwest to a few degrees F above normal in the southwest. The driest locations included the coastal Carolinas, central Alabama, central Georgia, the Florida peninsula, and eastern Puerto Rico. The exception is Keukenhof. The average temperature is likely to remain normal throughout the country during the month. Parts of northeastern Mississippi as well as central and eastern Tennessee experienced temperatures 4 to 6 degrees F 2. Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio were more than 50 percent below the 5-year average and Missouri, Wisconsin, and Michigan were more than 25 percent below average.
Anchorage reported a monthly total precipitation of 2. In Colorado, Alamosa and Colorado Springs were hit with a couple of snowstorms during the month, and both locations had their 7th snowiest May on record. The daily minimum temperature of Missouri set a statewide record while Iowa and Illinois ranked among their top-5 wettest in history. In contrast, parts of central, southern, northern, and eastern Texas, central, southern, and northwestern Louisiana, southern and western Mississippi, western, northern, central, and southeastern Arkansas, and most of Oklahoma received percent or more of normal precipitation.
Long range forecasts on TheWeatherOutlook have not been independently verified, and we make no claims for their accuracy. On May 24, , baseball-sized hail was reported near Quanah, Texas. The average nights Temperatures over the country are likely to be slightly above normal during the month.
Baseball-sized hail was reported near Pampa, Texas and Shallowater, Texas. Nevada , South Dakota , Kansas , and Illinois ranked wettest for the year-to-date period. A range of factors including seasonal computer models, recent weather patterns, sea surface temperatures and teleconnections are considered when making the forecasts. Several areas, including much of Kansas, northern and central Wyoming, and an area extending from central South Dakota southward through northern Nebraska, received more than double their normal May precipitation.
As of the end of May, it was the slowest corn planting season on record for the U. Early on in the week, a weak cold front slowly crossing the UK from the north will bring in a brief spell of cooler weather and some patchy light rain to eastern areas. Or bright, sunny weather and low temperatures.
Cooler-than-average temperatures for the year-to-date period occurred across the northern Plains. Spring precipitation, March to May, ranked as the 7th wettest in history for the region and ranked among the wettest 10 percent of their statewide histories in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Missouri, and Wisconsin. Some farms are picking 15, to 20, boxes of peaches per day, and it should continue into mid-August. Precipitation in Puerto Rico showed much variability, with St. In contrast, drier than normal conditions dominated in the Pacific Northwest, resulting in expansion and intensification of drought conditions. Hail slightly smaller than softball-sized was reported near Megargel, Oklahoma, while a wind gust of 70 mph