The sun dance. …
The air above Britain will be just as wet as the last spell but its tendency to fall will not be as severe. Misty weather is the norm for spells at 12 and 6 of the clock.
The proof is in the pudding, I say. And tomorrow, starting today (the day before the lunar phase given above) will be a heavy sponge, soggy and cold. The effect is rather like the Levant winds. High ice and low mist. Not much wind though, hence a tendency to breed hurricanes in the North Atlantic.
We could very well see one though it's a little early. There is a lot of synergy in the system. If there is one, it will probably be in the Central Pacific at this time of year but a small one could hit Honduras / Belize.
So far so good. I prefer to be wrong when I'd rather have sun. But there is something decidedly odd about this lot: