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  2. Dry and calm with cloud increasing through the night Temp 1.6c
  3. Looking at the Gfs 0z operational there's certainly some snow potential during the coming days / nights..even Christmas day shows snow!❄
  4. ...aaah the cold cold East Lancashire Rain. Lovely - cabin up.
  5. The dynamics in the next few week will be quite favourable for wave (warming) driven activity. As the Azores high will dominate the circulation over the Europe, and will push a lot of warm air towards the north, into Russia, Scandinavia. And it might start to penatrate the vortex again slowly, but surely starting from the top parts of the stratosfere at around 1 hPa. Soon we might see also the QBO (east) effect, which propagation might help with slowing the zonal-winds down. As it is usually the case. Interesting time we have ahead of us.
  6. Stick down wet and mild for the next 20 UK winters. You wont be far off the mark.
  7. Election Day turning wet and windy for many, hill snow in the north. Staying unsettled & windy through the weekend and next week, with further hill snow, chilly before turning milder later next week. Read the full update here
  8. Still major differences between the ext GEFS and EPS vis the upstream and Arctic profiles so this still needs to be resolved. One thing that is similar is the strong westerly upper flow exiting the eastern seaboard south of the vortex extension. This backs sharply in the vicinity of the UK, courtesy of the European ridge which is now extending into the Arctic Some downwelling?
  9. Heights rising around Svalbard.....always a good sign for coldies in wedge scenarios .......next few runs will show the direction of travel for the mid term ....don’t rule out some surprises as the trough to our sw lifts out in the 5/6 day period .... maybe a narrow snow line somewhere across the U.K.
  10. Just seen it on the BBC. Would like to know more if anyone on here can shed light on it?
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  12. Mild and wet weather has always been the prevailing winter weather type here though, even 50 years ago. Same goes for summer - we have an oceanic/temperate climate, not a continental one, so mild/average summers are the most common....and the cold winter/warm summer duo is almost unheard of. But hey, that's what makes us obsessed with the weather in this country, the 'what if' factor is huge here and makes the chase all the more fun.
  13. ECM much better than the GFS without being anything too exceptional....it's so different though that it's really unhelpful. GFS would lead to nothing. Ensembles not holding many clues either.
  14. Thanks to SUMMER SUN and Callum (K/WEATHER), for their Selections above, ^^^^^^. I'll get those entered up. Below, is the Racing Post link and a Betting Guide to the Current Declarations for LEG 3, of the GRADE 2 TRIXIE. You will find the details for LEGS 1 and 2, in previous Posts. Please Copy/Paste your Selections, into the Selection Boxes provided at the end of this Post. CATEGORY 11 GRADE 2 TRIXIE LEG 3 JUVENILE HURDLE 2:45 Doncaster | Standard Racecard | 14 December 2019 | Racing Post WWW.RACINGPOST.COM bet365 Summit Juvenile Hurdle (Grade 2), 14th December 2019. 2:45 at Doncaster, standard racecard from Racing Post. HORSE ODDS TOMBEE DU CIEL 7/2 LANGER DAN 4/1 GOOBINATOR 5/1 LORD LAMINGTON 5/1 (White)SACCHOANDVANZETTI 5/1 NAVAJO PASS 6/1 SCORCHED EARTH 6/1 PASEO 15/2 PREFONTAINE 10/1 ROBEAM 16/1 20/1 BAR THESE. OTHERS ON REQUEST. PLACE TERMS T.B.C. Select one Horse in each of the 3 Legs of the GRADE 2 TRIXIE and Copy/Paste your Selections, into the Boxes. provided below. Your Selections for the GRADE 2 TRIXIE, MUST be Posted on this Thread by, NOON Sat.14th Dec. Thank you. CATEGORY 11 - GRADE 2 TRIXIE LEG 1 - NOVICE HURDLE (2.30 Chelt, Sat.14th) - Selection - LEG 2 - INTERNATIONAL HURDLE (3.05 Chelt, Sat 14th) - Selection - LEG 3 - JUVENILE HURDLE (2.45 Donc, Sat.14th 14th) - Selection - I will Post up the Racing Post links to the Final Declarations for tomorrow's 5 Competition Races, later on today. The Races, from Bangor-On-Dee and Cheltenham, will all be shown live on ITV4. Let's hope the very unsettled Weather, doesn't intervene again. Regards, Tom.
  15. Sure was. Drove over to Lymington and back, last night. Pony/deer/cow watch was easy, as the open forest lit up a treat.
  16. How can Sheffield be below average when the CET is above normal for the same sort of temperature ?
  17. heat flux growing - good progress to weakening polarvortex
  18. Apologies, forgot to Post up the Racing Post link, to LEG 1. See below: 2:30 Cheltenham | Standard Racecard | 14 December 2019 | Racing Post WWW.RACINGPOST.COM Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle (Registered As The Bristol Novices' Hurdle) (Grade 2), 14th December 2019. 2:30 at Cheltenham, standard racecard from Racing Post. Below, is the Racing Post link and a Betting Guide to the Current Declarations for LEG 2, of the GRADE 2 TRIXIE: LATE AUTUMN-EARLY WINTER RACING COMPETITION. CATEGORY 11 GRADE 2 TRIXIE LEG 2 INTERNATIONAL HURDLE 3:05 Cheltenham | Standard Racecard | 14 December 2019 | Racing Post WWW.RACINGPOST.COM Unibet International Hurdle (Grade 2), 14th December 2019. 3:05 at Cheltenham, standard racecard from Racing Post. HORSE ODDS PENTLAND HILLS 11/8 CH'TIBELLO 5/2 MONSIEUR LECOQ 6/1 CALL ME LORD 7/1 ELIXIR DE NUTZ 7/1 BALLYANDY 8/1 GUMBALL 10/1 LE PATRIOTE 10/1 UMBRIGADO 16/1 20/1 BAR THESE. OTHERS ON REQUEST. PLACE TERMS T.B.C. I will now Post up a Racing Post link to the Current Declarations and a Betting Guide to LEG 3, of the GRADE 2 TRIXIE, plus a Selection Chart. Regards, Tom.
  19. Seems as though the New - Integrated Forecasts have caught on to something big today Temperatures seem a little odd though...
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