nacho libre Registered User
#1

I have a feeling we are going to pay for all the blocked weather pattern we have had this winter over the next few months. I just can't wait for the pointless late March snow showers. Maybe we will get a bad spring, and then a good summer will follow.

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pad199207 Registered User
#2

nacho libre said:
I have a feeling we are going to pay for all the blocked weather pattern we have had this winter over the next few months. I just can't wait for the pointless late March snow showers. Maybe we will get a bad spring, and then a good summer will follow.



Well the last bad spring we got was 2013. That summer was flipping fantastic

Reckless Abandonment Registered User
#3

Have to say I have the same feeling. It has been extremely calm and dry winter. On the east coast anyway.

Clonmel1000 Registered User
#4

This weekend not looking good.

Supercell Happy :)
#5

Agree, fax charts look horrible, nature is going to balance out the relatively calm and dry winter.

Gonzo Registered User
#6

I've a feeling the next few months is gonna have a very active atlantic with lots of rain and misery after a relatively dry 6 months, the big change started over 2 weeks ago and it's rained almost every day since.

I would like at least 1 of the summer months to be dry and settled with above average temperatures and a few hot spells, but that is very much wishful thinking in a country such as ours.

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Clonmel1000 Registered User
#7

Gonzo said:
I've a feeling the next few months is gonna have a very active atlantic with lots of rain and misery after a relatively dry 6 months, the big change started over 2 weeks ago and it's rained almost every day since.

I would like at least 1 of the summer months to be dry and settled with above average temperatures and a few hot spells, but that is very much wishful thinking in a country such as ours.


I'd like all 3 summer months to be dry and settled with above average temps and a few hot spells.

sryanbruen Registered User
#8

Our brains say an active Atlantic ahead for the next few months but the models (I'm just saying this, I'm not believing them ) go for a very warm March (possibly up to the standard warmth of March 2012 in terms of temperature anomalies , mad how the models are going this extreme) whilst there is a split on precipitation. Some go for a pretty wet March whilst others go for a very dry and blocked March (BUT WARM). A very early burst of Summer they even show .

Birdnuts Registered User
#9

We need a good summer as the curse of years ending in "8" means next summer is already looking grim

sryanbruen Registered User
#10

Birdnuts said:
We need a good summer as the curse of years ending in "8" means next summer is already looking grim


Years ending in "7" also don't have good summers .

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highdef Registered User
#11

sryanbruen said:
Years ending in "7" also don't have good summers .


Awwww, you have ruined my summer plans already

sryanbruen Registered User
#12

highdef said:
sryanbruen said:
Years ending in "7" also don't have good summers .


Awwww, you have ruined my summer plans already


No signs for a bad Summer yet anyway, a bit of optimism there though it's far too early to say

Hooter23 Registered User
#13



And some people think this is a joke

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screamer Registered User
#14

April is always better than the summer, so a crazy March is not out of the question.
TBH, the weather is mostly just MEH MEH MEH with small variations of wetter/ colder/ sunnier (rarely)/ warmer. To the point where I've stopped watching the weather forecasts, and I just look out the window now most days for more meh weather. (I don't know how they made a whole industry out of forecasting), anyhoo....

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sryanbruen Registered User
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screamer said:
April is always better than the summer


So April was better than the Summer in 1983, 1984, 1989, 1995, 2000, 2006, 2013, 2014? Ok....

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