Nightingale, B, Allsopp, K & Dawson, I / March 1989 – vol. 82, issue 3, pp 121–134 High pressure over Europe affected the weather for most of the month. For the first five days, the anticyclone covered southern England, with westerly cyclonic weatherfarther north over Scotland. The latter moved south over Britain and Ireland as pressure declinedfrom 6th to 10th. The anticyclone became re-established on 11th and remained until 26th, bringing warm southeast-to-easterly winds. A sh... This article is only available to subscribed users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.