Allsopp, K & Nightingale, B / October 1989 – vol. 82, issue 10, pp 455–462 Settled anticyclonic weather predominated during the month. For the first ten days, the high-pressure area was centred over Britain and Ireland with higher-than-average temperatures. On 11th, the pressure declined, and cold unsettled weather arrived from the north. By 15th, another anticyclone to the east became established, eventually bringing a flow of hot, settled, southeasterly air from 19th. ... This article is only available to subscribed users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.