it will indicate that other areas of the world will also see dramatic changes........stay tuned for more.
The above charts are taken from the Met Office site, indicating that there is "no severe weather warning issued for the UK" during Thursday 8th Friday 9th (the starting point of the forecast from Piers Corbyn) and Saturday 10th July.
The latest forecast from the Met office
Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:
Breezy and mostly dry on Thursday with only isolated showers. Cloudier on Friday and Saturday with more persistent rain gradually spreading southwards. Temperatures warm in southeast England, but normal elsewhere.
Updated: 1533 on Tue 6 Jul 2010
UK Outlook for Sunday 11 Jul 2010 to Tuesday 20 Jul 2010:
Cloudy on Sunday with rain or showers in many areas, some turning heavy. There is also a low possibility of thundery showers across southeast England. Brighter weather with sunny spells and light showers is likely to spread from the west to most parts by Monday, but cloud should increase again, especially in northwestern parts of the UK. Here, the chance of rain will be highest, but southeastern parts of the UK should remain drier and brighter. Through the rest of the period, northwestern parts are likely to remain unsettled, with southeastern parts retaining mainly dry and bright weather. Winds are likely to remain quite strong across the northwest of the UK, reaching gale force at times. Temperatures should stay near normal here, but remain warm or very warm further southeast.
Updated: 1203 on Tue 6 Jul 2010
For those of you who have no idea why I am taking time out to show this information, there is a high chance of "Solar Climate Change" commencing 10th - 12th July (give or take a day), not just in the UK but around the world. When these charts start to turn