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18-11-2019, 17:00   #241
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Your posts are really insightful, thank you.
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18-11-2019, 19:32   #243
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damn autocorrect. I meant mild and wet
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But yet I won’t be wrong you’re welcome
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unlikely to be as mild/warm as last winter. We may see several attempts of something seasonal this year.
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unlikely to be as mild/warm as last winter. We may see several attempts of something seasonal this year.
Oooh yes please! Last winter was meh
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19-11-2019, 13:20   #247
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I know it's still technically Autumn but I think the winter has been excellent so far. Some great bluebird days, snow in the mountains, snow in lowland parts already, a super frost yesterday....more of the same please!
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I know it's still technically Autumn but I think the winter has been excellent so far. Some great bluebird days, snow in the mountains, snow in lowland parts already, a super frost yesterday....more of the same please!
the cold is on the way out now and being replaced by mild or very mild conditions for the remainder of this month and possibly first week of December. There has been a few suggestions of brief cold shots into December, but these quickly get removed on following runs. Hopefully we may see something more seasonal into the second half of December, we will have to wait a week or two to see what the crystal ball shows us.
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Hopefully we may see something more seasonal into the second half of December, we will have to wait a week or two to see what the crystal ball shows us.
Don't do that, don't give us hope... it's the hope that kills you
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Im sure the weather will liven up as December arrives it usually does...
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I'd imagine we'll have widespread cold and snow from the east and northeast before the new year into January maybe,then mild thereafter
If it's your thing,enjoy that cold spell,it'll be 2 weeks plus in length I'd expect which might include xmas
Just guessing that on the strat runs and that its random affects after last year will see NW Europe and into our islands very cold winds this time instead
One to watch anyway
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I'd imagine we'll have widespread cold and snow from the east and northeast before the new year into January maybe,then mild thereafter
If it's your thing,enjoy that cold spell,it'll be 2 weeks plus in length I'd expect which might include xmas
Just guessing that on the strat runs and that its random affects after last year will see NW Europe and into our islands very cold winds this time instead
One to watch anyway
You correctly predicted sea effect snow for winter 2017-18 so I hope you're correct again!
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I'd imagine we'll have widespread cold and snow from the east and northeast before the new year into January maybe,then mild thereafter
If it's your thing,enjoy that cold spell,it'll be 2 weeks plus in length I'd expect which might include xmas
Just guessing that on the strat runs and that its random affects after last year will see NW Europe and into our islands very cold winds this time instead
One to watch anyway
2010 called, they want their forecast back.

I would love to hope you're right, but given how the country shuts down over the tiniest flake of snow, I dread to think what might happen if this came to pass.
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The sky out here as the light was birthing over the mountains was pure, sheer winter monochrome... gray, deep and pale, white, black, Just layer after layer of colourless grey.

Dramatic and lovely in its inimitable way . Just beautiful. pure
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After a long wet spell comes the inevitable dry settled and anticyclonic spell.
I was hoping the high would be centred in a favourable position but YET another 'winter eater' anticyclone is looking a certainty now.
I would be inclined to write off December and at least the first half of January at this stage.
I know I'll get the 'how can you write off winter before it's started' reaction but a long dry and settled spell ALWAYS comes after a long wet spell and it ain't looking good folks.



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