erm .. there isn't one .. but you can get one from http://ows.public.sembach.af.mil/wxc...synoptic12.htm
So it only 00 UTC, T+24 00UTC, T+36 00UTC, etc?
We wunt be druv!
you'll get it from http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/charts/index.html which, i think, is the only place its published and only for midday and is part of the met's 3 day animation.
most sailors i know aren't out their bunks by midday so no point is there?!
On that subject... has anyone seen the 1200UTC synoptics for Monday?.... wow!
Every 6 hours from here:
are these not the actual charts - not forecast?
This is the best one I have found, it has them all on one long page.
even better http://www.westwind.ch/?link=ukmb,ht...,bracknell+132 The same charts but animated
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Further to my last above, the surface chart doesn't tell the whole story if you are interested in forecasting for yourself. What is equally important is the picture at 18000 feet, I think its the 850mb chart, and it gives more about what might happen to lows at the surface, ie whether they are likely to deepen or fill in. I haven't mastered that yet myself, but a good book on meteorology will teach you.