Tuesday 15th January 2019.

 Max 9C  Low  3C.

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Variable cloud.

For the Week ahead from 15th January 2019.

 It looks like becoming cold. and there will be an increasing chance of some wintriness. Wednesday looks still on the mild side but a frontal system moving south later in the day will introduce colder air and on Thursday and Friday it will be bright but cold with a moderate frost on Thursday night.

Thereafter a filling area of low- pressure will move south east over western districts of England towards France and some rain, sleet or snow could reach areas to the south west of London over the Weekend.

Next week will be chilly and later on an easterly could develop and give some snow showers. Therer will be frost at night.Yes, winter looks like arriving for awhile.

 

 

 

 


We use our years of experience in weather forecasting to give a detailed prognosis of the weather conditions expected throughout the Southeast for up to 72 hours ahead. Also available are long range forecasts for each month of the year.

Ian is available as a consultant for weather related insurance claims, holiday destinations, horticulture, sporting and outside events to name just a few examples

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Long Range Forecasting

Frosted Earth offers a comprehensive range of forecasting services specific to a wide variety of different industries and individuals. From providing regular short and long- term forecasts for agriculture and horticulture to forecasting and weather consultancy for insurance companies and solicitors engaged in weather related claims. 

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Forecasts and Observations 

Ian Currie uses his many years of experience in weather forecasting to give a detailed prognosis of the weather conditions expected throughout the Southeast for up to 120 hours ahead though he can provide a forecast for other areas of the UK too. Also obtainable is his long-range prediction for each month of the year.

He is available as a consultant for weather related insurance claims, holiday destinations, horticulture, sporting and outside events to name just a few examples.

 

 

Every month we aim to publish monthly averages for our two weather stations, including parameters such as mean max/min temperature, highest max/min, and lowest max/min, number of air frosts, number of ground frosts, snow days, snow cover, fog, thunder and hail. This includes the extreme conditions in the nearby Chipstead Valley. It is notable for its large diurnal temperature ranges with some particularly low night minima. For more information on this site access Frosted Earth via the contact page.

Frosted Earth has a large meteorological library providing detailed historical information and data from many areas of the UK.

 

On this day

We offer an “On this day” section that provides a rare insight into some of the more momentous past weather events.  Each day of the year has provided some notable historic weather incidents. Updated daily, be sure to check back to see if there was ever snow in June, a destructive tornado in December, cricket ball sized hail in September or 73 consecutive dry days in the spring. It is also possible to view temperature and weather conditions from world cities updated each day. Ian Currie also outlines current interesting events and weather situations in the UK and beyond. 

 

Bespoke Forecasting

Whether you require a short or long term forecast, Frosted Earth can supply a synopsis including data for various purposes. The provision of meteorological data available for a number of localities in the Southeast including photographic material is also possible. At Frosted Earth we are able to assist in many more fields requiring weather consultancy than those mentioned above and are happy to investigate new weather enquiries. Individuals or corporations requiring such information are encouraged to contact Frosted Earth.