Back to forecasting the easy ones at last. …
Second quarter on the 17th May (2009) at 07:26.
This is a classic wet spell for Britain and traditionally flood plain flooding in the South of France and Northwest Italy.
The only salvation will come at someone else's expense if there are major natural disasters such as tropical cyclones and major magnitude earthquakes.
The boat anchor shaped occlusions through southern England and central Ireland along with the low High pressure areas elsewhere on the chart, shout volcanic activity.
So maybe it won't be so wet after all.