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12-12-2011, 10:23   #1
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GFS Promises Christmas Heatwave

A simply Lovely looking model run promising balmy weather all next week and for the Grimbo.

No wind, no frost, no snow and HEAT! I'll be having some of that I will.

On Sunday the Azores High pokes northwards...normal service means that them pesky fronts all head off to the North Atlantic somewhere .....or to Norway which needs the rain to fill its Hydro reservoirs.

The rest of the week then starts to look like this, mmmmmmmmmmmmm .

A very warm and merry Christmas to all from a delighted Sponge Bob. We may well see the higher end of the winter competition forecast ranges coming under some sustained pressure.





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'Unless', of course, high pressure to our southwest links with the HP over Greenland (green arrow) and HP over Russia continues to build westward toward northern Europe (brown arrow). This would increase the possibility of colder weather from the Continent extending toward the UK and Ireland or alternatively a plunge of cold air from the north. The latter is preferable as the cold over Europe will not have been in place long enough to merit a severe easterly to develop.

Yes, I did say 'unless'
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None of that is shown in the model run....and supporting graphics....so Nyah Boo to all that negativity and perishing cold. A heatwave is what most of us want.
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None of that is shown in the model run....and supporting graphics....so Nyah Boo to all that negativity and perishing cold. A heatwave is what most of us want.
A "heatwave" in the middle of december is the last thing i'd want.

If ya can call 12 degrees a heatwave that is. Boring weather.
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A heatwave is what most of us want.
A heatwave this time of year is seriously unhealthy, it foretells of constant flues and Summer colds
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A heatwave is what most of us want.[/QUOTE]


I think you are seriuosly wrong sponge bob. Almost as comical as the original sponge bob
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We have had the exact same weather day in and day out for what seems like an eternity! I'm too bored of wet and grey.

Snow, frost, ice... this is what I want!!! This is what I was hoping to escape to from the bland weather we've suffered through all this year!!!

I just hate wet and grey

I want real weather that's conditional to time of year, because if OP's weather prediction for Christmas day is right, it will be the same out as some of our summer days this year!!!!!!

WTF???
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Might have been more credible if you had waited for the most recent GFS run to complete before you started this thread
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Troll comes to mind
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Weatheronline.co.uk video update for today has been posted
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Might have been more credible if you had waited for the most recent GFS run to complete before you started this thread
Not much change in the 06z. Still builds Sunday and stays in place for the next 10 days. None of that cold muck in sight anywhere. Lets see what happens on the next MAJOR run at 3pm shall we???

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After the seismic changes in the models over Fridays events, you can hardly post Christmas day charts with any confidence at all. 12 days out, way too many variables.
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Ye are such girls, Mon/Tue will be a Mehhhh! like I said days ago

Feckin thread is all OMG OMG OMG crap.
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I'll call Tuesday Now. No weather station will break 70KT gusts and the top gust Tuesday will probably be in the 61KT-64KT range in Belmullet. A stiff breeze and that is that.

I'll call Thursday on Monday some time.
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Tuesday looks harmless enough to me, a stiff breeze and that is all.

Thursday looks the same, a ta stiffer on the Irish Sea maybe
Sponge your a pessimistic troll who just says things on here that nobody else will agree with just to get a reaction. You give out about people getting excited about a storm 5 days away and then go and quote a chart for Christmas day on the 12th of December as if it's gospel.
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Might have been more credible if you had waited for the most recent GFS run to complete before you started this thread
Tell that to all the Storm/rain/snow lovers in the other "daily mail style" threads
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Sponge your a pessimistic troll who just says things on here that nobody else will agree with just to get a reaction. You give out about people getting excited about a storm 5 days away and then go and quote a chart for Christmas day on the 12th of December as if it's gospel.
I think everyone here is entitled to their own gospel

How in gods name can you blame someone for trolling if he puts up charts to back it up

What is pessimistic about hoping for a nice calm warm(ish) christmas


BRING ON THE HEAT !!!!!!!
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