Pacific plumes are going straight north again. So that gives us another two weeks of blustery cold. I've taken out my broccoli, because the ground was frozen. Right now, we have straight-west Pacific breezes which are sunny and cool. This is the bottom half of the big clipper we saw a few days ago. Buffalo had the impact of the top half.
The Atlantic plumes are hitting low, so that Europe should be cold, but there is a backwash at the end, bringing up warm air. There is no sign of a cold blob.
I have no idea why they think something is coming from the East. However, the UK is just going to be very cold with no plumes hitting it directly.
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