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Issued by Weather Consultancy Services on:
Sunday 27 May 2018 03:00 hrs
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UK & Ireland Flying Summary for Sunday
High pressure will persist to the north-east of the UK over Scandinavia, maintaining mainly anticyclonic conditions across the northern half of the Britih Isles. However, at the same time, a thundery area of low pressure will drift north-westwards to become situated just to the south-west of Cornwall during Sunday and this introducing a far more convective air mass across many southern and western areas of the British Isles through the day with heavy showers and possible thunderstorms as a result. An increasingly warm and humid SE'ly air mass is forecast to affect many areas.

Forecast for flying in southern England on Sunday
Forecast will appear here.

Forecast from GFS model for flying in the SW Midlands:
Data based on GFS model updated: Sun 27 May 2018 03:00
Time SFC Wind Sig wx * Visibility Temp QNH % low cloud Low cld base/top 0C level RH@0C FL030 Wind Temp FL050 Wind Temp FL100 Wind Temp
Midday Sunday40/3g7ktLight rain14.2km13C1011mb60%1000/2900ft10700ft80%130/6kt14C60/7kt3C130/12kt-4C
3pm Sunday30/6g7kt*17.5km10C1011mb47%1600/3900ft11000ft40%170/4kt15C60/9kt3C140/12kt-3C
6pm Sunday40/7g5ktLight rain16.2km8C1012mb25%1600/4000ft11000ft40%180/2kt15C60/9kt3C110/13kt-4C
9pm Sunday30/7g4kt*17.1km7C1011mb0%56000/56000ft10900ft50%150/4kt15C50/11kt4C140/14kt-3C
00:01am Monday20/6g4ktModerate rain16.9km6C1011mb0%56000/56000ft11000ft50%130/1kt15C60/9kt4C130/11kt-4C
3am Monday20/8g2kt*18km9C1012mb0%56000/56000ft10600ft50%130/3kt15C60/9kt5C120/13kt-3C
6am Monday20/8g8ktLight rain17.1km12C1011mb0%56000/56000ft11300ft40%20/1kt15C70/10kt5C110/13kt-2C
Midday Monday20/8g9ktDry18.9km13C1010mb45%800/2000ft11400ft60%50/5kt15C40/10kt7C110/9kt-1C
6pm Monday10/6g15ktDry16.6km7C1011mb18%1600/2500ft11200ft80%70/10kt17C60/9kt7C90/12kt-2C
[* significant weather refers to weather in the past 6-hours, and is available in 6-hour steps only. All predictions are model estimated. Gusts are model predicted over open ground. Heights are above sea level.]

Planning outlook:
Tuesday low pressure and a cold front will move south across England and Wales with high pressure north west of Scotland. A colder day as rain and snow spreads south. Mainly dry in the channel with sunny spells. Visibilities will be good in the channel but moderate to poor elsewhere in rain and snow.
Wednesday a cell of high pressure is centered west of Ireland and will be ridging east. A cold, windy day with sunny spells and scattered showers of rain and snow. Visibilities will be good but moderate in rain showers, poor in snow showers.
Thursday sees high pressure centred south of Ireland and this will give much of the country a dry, settled, day with sunny spells. Visibilities will be good.
Friday a cold front spreads rain down across Scotland, the Irish Sea and northern England. Fair and dry in the south and in the channel with varying cloud and sunny spells. Visibilities will be good in the south and in the channel, but falling to moderate or locally poor as the rain sets in across the north.
Saturday high pressure to the west of Britain is ridging into Scotland with a front into the far north west. Most areas will be fair and dry with sunny spells today after some patchy mist clears. Visibilities will be good but moderate at first.
Sunday a front moves south east across Britain. Outbreaks of rain will clear western areas in the afternoon. Visibilities will be moderate improving to good as the front clears.

Synoptic charts based on data from 0001 GMT, Sunday 27 May 2018 (Updated daily by 9am)
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Day after tomorrow (Day 3)

This forecast is for planning purposes only. You must check the latest forecasts from official sources before flying. Forns 214/215, METARs and TAFs should be obtained as a minimum for flight.
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