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  2. Dark times ahead I fear if the current outputs verify. Dark, dark times.
  3. Dark times ahead I fear. Dark, dark times.
  4. Ed Stone

    What Was The Last Song You Listened To? Part 4

    Haven't you forgotten something, Malcolm?
  5. TomSE12


    Thanks KW, clear, concise and prompt, as always. Best of luck. Regards, Tom.
  6. BBC monthly outlook Monday 18 June—Sunday 24 June Warm in the south. Some rain for the north. On Monday and Tuesday, north-western areas of the UK, including Scotland, Northern Ireland, north-west England and north-west Wales are likely to be breezy with a lot of cloud at times together with patchy rain. Western Scotland could see some more prolonged and heavier outbreaks of rain. Meanwhile, further south and east across the UK, it will be mainly dry with some periods of sunshine and becoming warmer too with highs rising to the mid to high 20s Celsius in places. For the rest of the week, the day to day details become a little more uncertain. However, the overall story will remain the same, with central and southern areas of the UK having a lot of dry and warm weather, probably with some strong sunshine at times. Temperatures are likely to be quite widely into the low to mid-20s Celsius. Further north, it is likely to be breezy at times and less warm with patchy rain but one or two drier days as well. Monday 25 June—Sunday 1 July Less warm for a time. Patchy rain spreading south. For the last week of June, indications are that high pressure is likely to move a little further away, allowing some rain-bearing fronts to move in from the north-west. Therefore, a couple of bands of rain could be expected to spread south-eastwards across the UK. However, the rain could be quite patchy by the time it reaches southern and eastern areas of England. Temperatures are expected to take a tumble for at least a few days, with temperatures falling near or perhaps even slightly below the seasonal average. However, towards the end of the week, we may begin to see high pressure extending north-eastwards again towards the UK. Therefore, there are growing chances of drier, calmer and somewhat warmer conditions re-emerging before the end of the week. Indeed, there may be a change to drier and more settled weather even for northern areas of the UK by then. The main uncertainty is on the timing and extent of any cooler and damper conditions over the UK. Indeed, there do seem to be some chances that high pressure holds across much of the UK, which would lead to a much drier and calmer week over large parts of the country than is currently anticipated. Monday 2 July—Sunday 15 July Plenty of settled weather. Generally warm. Current indications for the first half of July point towards often dry and settled conditions over the UK with some decent periods of summery weather. The reason for this outlook is that an area of high pressure is likely to be often somewhere near, or over, the UK, keeping rain-bearing low pressure areas well to the south and north of the country. Overall, temperatures are expected to be slightly above the seasonal average over the UK with rainfall amounts probably below normal. Indeed, the lack of rainfall could start to become a concern for gardeners. There should also be a lack of windy days. However, the exact positioning of any high pressure areas will dictate the day to day temperatures. High pressure would occasionally be expected to move away westwards to allow a few breezier and cooler episodes of weather to develop in what is expected to be an often warm and dry spell. However, there is also the chance that high pressure occasionally sits overhead or just east of the UK to bring a few hot days at times. Next Update We will take another look to see whether central and southern areas could see any significant rainfall before the end of the month or whether it is likely to just end up being mostly dry. And we will look for any clues where the anticipated high pressure areas may end up in early July, which will govern the temperatures then and the chances of any hot weather. https://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/outlook
  7. Snipper

    World Cup 2018

    Isn’t football so boring? Loads of less than inspiring opinions from the so called experts.
  8. UK set to bask in temperatures up to 28C amid mini-heatwave Temperatures at Heathrow reached 25.8C this afternoon and the south is likely to remain warm and sunny over the next few days. https://news.sky.com/story/uk-set-to-bask-in-temperatures-up-to-28c-amid-mini-heatwave-11408755
  9. TomSE12


    WORLD CUP RESULT - BELGIUM 3 PANAMA 0 R.LUKAKU (BEL) 2 GOALS (AGAINST A NON-SEEDED TEAM) £1 @ 4/6 = I.666 x 2 = £3.33 Regards, Tom.
  10. Kirkcaldy Weather


    Tuesday 19th June 2018 - Ascot 2:30 - Recoletos 3:05 - Ninetythreetwenty 3:40 - Battaash 4:20 - Tip Two Win (NAP) 5:00- Whiskey Sour 5:35 - Laraaib
  11. Dry and warm with sunny spells after a dull start. Maximum 23.1, minimum 13.8. Wind moderate W.
  12. Funny old day varying between cloudy and then long sunny spells and also gusty winds at times as well. A warm day. Max temp 21.1C now 20.9C, Barometer 1015mb rising, Wind F2 W, Rainfall Nil
  13. Sunny Sheffield down to 15.5C +2.2C above normal. Rainfall unchanged.
  14. Kirkcaldy Weather


    Count me in for this one @TomSE12
  15. Summer Sun

    World Cup 2018

    England team Pickford, Walker, Stones, Maguire, Lingard, Henderson, Trippier, Young, Alli, Sterling, Kane
  16. lassie23

    World Cup 2018

    But when they all come together they underachieve
  17. CreweCold

    World Cup 2018

    Belgium have a very good team on paper, especially towards attacking midfield and attack. Having Hazard, De Bruyne, Lukaku and Mertens is non too shabby.
  18. lassie23

    World Cup 2018

    belgium are rubbish though
  19. TomSE12


  20. I remember Atlantic 252

    The Midlands Regional Weather Discussion 04/03/2018 Onwards

    Wed to Fri always looking dull/cool, but mon and tues meant to be good
  21. CreweCold

    World Cup 2018

    Lukaku showing how deadly in front of goal he is when he actually gets some service...
  22. I remember Atlantic 252

    Summer 2018 - Moans, Ramps, Chat etc

    shocking weather today, howling wind and full cloud, was meant to be sunny with light winds
  23. Yeah what happened today? Muggy but windy and cloudy. Forecast for rest of week looks changeable now too.
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  25. Captain Shortwave

    SE and East Anglia general weather discussion 26/03/2018 onwards

    A decent day here with early cloud clearing to leave good sunny spells and a fairly stiff westerly breeze. The temperature has reached 24C and feeling quite humid.
  26. Add into the mix the ICON at T180, and I'm starting to think that on the back of the 0z ECM and ensembles we may see a settled full house in the 12s at least out to day 10, or as far as the models go, here's hoping:
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