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  2. Definitely a more southerly track to this low on gfs could it end up in the channel I wonder by the time Friday comes?
  3. Slight Eastwards shift at +96 and slightly stronger blocking going North in the Atlantic too. Very minor changes but upgrades nonetheless.
  4. So a potential snow event in the offering for the weekend- I would be going with Buxton / snake pass etc being the usual suspects that get clobbered- I think a day out fri > Sat is the order of the day... Look out in the 12z for a better high pressure wedge over scandi post 192...
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  6. not loving the wind. For many reasons.
  7. Friday evening really is looking miserable for many. Cold wet and windy. But if some get lucky (Up North more especially high ground) they will instead be treated to heavy snow All according to GFS I might add.
  8. A slight southerly adjustment on this run with a more pronounced thermal gradient and therefore heavier precipitation.
  9. Just in case..................
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  12. What a bore fest the last 48 hours have been! Grey skies and the temp not moving by day or night, stuck between 11.3C and 11.9C. So personally I'm looking forward to a bit of variety over the coming days. Starting tomorrow with strong winds arriving, and hopefully a surprise flake or two of snow over the weekend. (The weekend will be getting into the range of the high res models soon, starting with the Arpege 12z this evening). Here's the wind gusts around the Region for the early hours of Thurs:
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    1. Ed Stone

      Ed Stone

      Hello, Boris!:D

    2. Dami

      Dami

      It's a snow troll. To be used when required.

  14. Trendy? My dear SB a lady of my age isn't 'Trendy' she's 'Stylish' and warm. Of course I would prefer snow, duh, given. Merry Christmas
  15. Let's hope so!! GFS 12Z looks like it might shut out the Atlantic at T96
  16. As I'll be away entertaining my wee grandson whilst the 12Z seeps out, can y'all keep the blizzards blowing for me? Ta mutchly!
  17. The Corbyn syndrome, it's a genetically defined plume of hot air which bears no relation to the real world...! Emojis will be in a snow drift somewhere with any luck!
  18. Don't worry, March will be amazing
  19. LOL you wont be saying that if Birmingham south got plastered in snow C.S
  20. AO looks set to go negative again after it's current brief forecasted brushing around neutral, NAO similar. http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/precip/CWlink/pna/nao.shtml http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/precip/CWlink/daily_ao_index/ao.shtml
  21. Solar and Aurora Activity Chat

    Looking good so far! It'd be be nice to reach 100 days by the end of the year.
  22. THe positioning of that low has to be so spot on for this to happen down here. As you say, given our location and the fact the cold air is sooo far away as a source, I feel it's one of the unlikely events of this winter, cold rain and sleet at the best..
  23. Yellow Weather Warning For Snow

    Yeah - I meant reactions when you hover over the heart on the bottom right of posts. Currently there is "Thanks, HaHa, Confused, Sad, Like" there should be a Snow or Cold reaction
  24. Ireland Regional Weather Discussion

    there should be numerous opportunities for you guys up North for some early season snowfall this week, first as early as Thursday AM accorging to HIRLAM and APREGE,only caveat is that you might have to wake up early to see it, but don't worry as we hope to join the party over the weekend if that low pressure tracks over the Irish Sea
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  26. Yellow Weather Warning For Snow

    Is this the first one of the season? For Thursday am 2-5cm 10-20cm over tops, looks more confined to NW Highlands on this run of model. https://www.netweather.tv/weather-forecasts/news/8570-snow-watch-for-the-week-ahead
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