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20-09-2010, 13:57   #106
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Im starting a "Free the Coleraine one.....or is it two?" campaign on facebook!
or is it 2 lmao
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Im starting a "Free the Coleraine one.....or is it two?" campaign on facebook!
I'd say you'll get a frosty reception.
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This thread looks dead and buried.
Forgive me but is this not a Weather Forum
More like the Owen sympathiser column.
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20-09-2010, 14:31   #109
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This thread looks dead and buried.
Forgive me but is this not a Weather Forum
More like the Owen sympathiser column.
Owen was so last winter, it's now frosty Joe
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Mods do what they have to do and it's not right or fair on either owen or mods to discuss their business here.

Move on peeps. Or in the words of someone else 'Pfff....who do you people in the south not move on... it is annoying that this thread doesnt discuss the whole british isles and why it israining when my thermometreogative says it should be snowing and it's snowing in the town next to me but i can onlys ee stupid rain "

Ahem...
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What in Gods name are you all talking about ?
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Ben Nevis in Scotland, 3 days ago. Nothing "unusual" about it but isn't it a sight that most of us like to see anyway?

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I wonder did they hold any patches all summer.
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Chance of an air frost Friday night...
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Chance of an air frost Friday night...
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But Friday will be mostly dry and bright with moderate northeast breezes. A cool day with highs of just 12 to 15 C. Cold overnight with some fog and grass frost.
http://www.met.ie/forecasts/
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Big change in the 12Z GFS after 100 hours....

06Z :






12Z :


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Big change in the 12Z GFS after 100 hours....
Lets see what the 18z brings.....(here we go again!!)
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into next weekend and start of the following week, some of the models have some cold air sinking south directly from the artic. some very cold uppers of -5 to -10 but this is a long way out at this stage.
won't be as cold as it suggested on models last Saturday. Friday night will bring ground frost. It gets somewhat milder from Sunday to Wednesday before cooler nights return.

The weather has been forming a patter in recent weeks with occasional cooler intervals with northely and easterly winds. Situations like what we are seeing currently would bode well for some snow events this winter if repeated i.e. colder air meeting atlantic fronts. I would prefer that than a prolonged severe cold.
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Ben Nevis in Scotland, 3 days ago. Nothing "unusual" about it but isn't it a sight that most of us like to see anyway?

That mountain always has some snow on it.... i was there in the summer 2008 and ther was some on it then!

Heres a webcam of the area, not much to look at at the moment , but one to remember !

http://visit-fortwilliam.co.uk/the-b...lliam-scotland

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Saturday night: A dry night with clear spells and light winds. Becoming cold with air temperatures zero to 7 degrees leading to a slight to sharp ground frost and some fog patches.

http://www.met.ie/forecasts/

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