Last night UV roosted SW of Angers near the River Loire. He set off north in earnest about 08.00 GMT and by 14.00 was back into Normandy after a spell in Brittany. Showers were forecast in the area and he had a long journey ahead if he was going to cross the English Channel today. He’d covered 217 km by then. Here is an overview of recent travel to 14.00.
After that he went from ‘migration’ to ‘roam’ mode.
Using the most recent weather satellite data Paul forecasts that although tomorrow winds will be light/variable in the Channel there will be a lot of localised thundery rain in N France and S and SW England. So UV may linger in France longer!