Good looking charts for early March for wintry stuff.
Jet showing signs of blocking over Europe in early March
West coast of Ireland getting some nice snowfall in a week's time (maybe).
First Fri/Sat in March could be a bit blowy for the South this time around... interesting to see how this plays out.
Looks like an active Atlantic regime over the next couple of weeks with the potential for plenty of depressions coming close to the country.
No sign of spring warmth on this chart.
Wintry conditions around St. Patrick's weekend perhaps, long way off but early indications of being very cold.
A proper Arctic outbreak.
So frustrating if this comes off. Why oh why could this not have happened in January.
What is this bringing ?
Should there not be a Spring/Summer 2017 (T120+ onwards) thread now?
Anyway this is just barely on the T120 timeframe.
I'd bank this chart in a heartbeat.
Not much chance of that northerly outbreak affecting us this far west but there is another potent easterly showing up for the following weekend...