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22-12-2018, 15:55   #241
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Nice bit of rain showing up in the W across to the E by early tomorrow from the Euro 4



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30-12-2018, 11:50   #242
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Hp building over Ireland and the UK, LP and cold air plunge down into Europe.




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30-12-2018, 12:08   #243
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Hp building over Ireland and the UK, LP and cold air plunge down into Europe.
I'm convinced we'll be looking at that HP for quite a while, this winter is more like 91/92 than 88/89.
On this day in '91 we were under a big high and one month later nothing had changed. The high will meander a bit but it will always sink and end up where it started.
* not a forecast, a pattern has become established


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I'm convinced we'll be looking at that HP for quite a while, this winter is more like 91/92 than 88/89.
On this day in '91 we were under a big high and one month later nothing had changed. The high will meander a bit but it will always sink and end up where it started.
* not a forecast, a pattern has become established


That looks heavenly 😀
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30-12-2018, 12:46   #245
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I'm convinced we'll be looking at that HP for quite a while, this winter is more like 91/92 than 88/89.
On this day in '91 we were under a big high and one month later nothing had changed. The high will meander a bit but it will always sink and end up where it started.
* not a forecast, a pattern has become established


I'll take a month of dry weather thank you! Beats endless wind & rain backed up by hopecasting about snow that in all likelihood will not arrive.......I would bank the dry weather anyday!

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30-12-2018, 13:08   #246
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If the hp hangs around perhaps due to the ssw it will move to a favourable location for a cold spell at some point in jan. Perhaps one scenario?
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31-12-2018, 17:26   #247
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HP building over the next few days with frosty nights in parts and cooler days, mix of cloud and sunny spells. Temperatures might be colder than shown on the ARPEGE charts depending on where gets the clearer skies. Good time to check the accuracy of the Barometer. Some very high pressure coming up.











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I suppose if we get fog under this high pressure temperatures during the day could be much lower than forecast in some places...
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Mod Note: Will close this thread so as not to cause confusion. New thread opened for Winter 2019.

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