Projected weather forecast

Temperatures will most likely remain near to below average, with the coldest conditions across the north. Much of the West will see below average temperatures under upper troughing, with lowest anomalies tending to be over north-central areas and the northern Rockies.

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Our long range forecast which is updated on a daily basis provides an indication of how the weather might change, or be different from normal, i.

Rainfall will mostly favor the northern areas from the Pacific Northwest eastward as the frontal system moves toward the Great Lakes and then Northeast by later next week. Ever wondered why our forecasts for 5 days and beyond are written on the scale of the UK as a whole?

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It will often be windy, especially in the north, where there is a risk of gales at times. Temperatures are likely to range from around normal to somewhat below, so it will feel quite autumnal, especially during the mornings as some chilly nights are likely.

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When looking at forecasts beyond five days into the future the chaotic nature of the atmosphere starts to come into play - small events currently over the Atlantic can have potentially significant impacts on our weather in the UK in several days' time.

The West will see a series of upper troughs moving through the region with southwest flow across the Plains.

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For this reason our text forecasts for 5 days and beyond are written on the scale of the UK as a whole. Pockets of heavier rain may be possible across the High Plains into the western Great Lakes region around the surface low and in advance of the warm front. Therefore whilst we can still forecast the general feel of the weather to a relatively high level of accuracy using our ensemble models, it becomes harder to offer local detail to as high a level of accuracy as our shorter range forecasts. Rainfall will mostly favor the northern areas from the Pacific Northwest eastward as the frontal system moves toward the Great Lakes and then Northeast by later next week. Southern areas may see above average temperatures at times though. Our long range forecast which is updated on a daily basis provides an indication of how the weather might change, or be different from normal, i. When looking at forecasts beyond five days into the future the chaotic nature of the atmosphere starts to come into play - small events currently over the Atlantic can have potentially significant impacts on our weather in the UK in several days' time. Thursday 19 Sep - Thursday 3 Oct Confidence remains fairly low during this period. It will probably stay changeable as we go through the rest of September and head into the start of October, still with some wind and rain at times, but with some drier interludes too. However, it will probably start unsettled and sometimes windy, particularly in the northwest. The Southern tier of the CONUS from Texas eastward to Florida will generally see well above average temperatures in the mids to around F that are forecast to tie or break record highs, especially on Sunday but still continuing through at least Wednesday. The remainder of the week is likely to stay rather changeable. In the Mid-Atlantic region, stalling front late this weekend into early Monday may help expand an area of generally light rain before high pressure to the north moves in by Tuesday.

As is typical for this time of year, the driest and brightest weather is most likely in the south, whilst the north or northwest will generally be more unsettled. Southern areas may see above average temperatures at times though.

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