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  1. yep some flooding - not too unusual for this country though. Thought peeps on here were expecting severe thunderstorms
  2. oh come on - am amber warming was required today ? please read what it signifies and yes maybe warn of some localised flooding but leave it at that. No need for this apocalyptic nonsense
  3. Just one incident of a localised downpour (which are not uncommon at this time of year) still didn't warrant the over exaggerated forecasts - its a bust
  4. What a bust from the Metoffice - laughable really
  5. Beast mk3 - Easter Sunday ! followed by on 4th Apr Long way off but fascinating to see - what a remarkable end to winter this is proving to be
  6. Wow - mean uppers around -5 from the 29th onwards !
  7. cobbett

    Model Moans, Ramps and Banter

    majority of the population then
  8. Low confidence but it has been consistent recently in showing similar synoptics. IMO way too early to worry them - I'm sure they have enough to worry about lol
  9. cobbett

    Model Moans, Ramps and Banter

    luvvly jubbly - nice cold and snowy Easter to look forwad to - wood burner on, glass of red and easter eggs..heaven
  10. lol 6z brings a nationwide snow event
  11. Certainly doesn't look like it will be a mild easter according to GEFS 0z
  12. North West France firing up quite nicely - could be an interesting eve coming up
  13. Yep bit odd as metoffice still showing some heavy snow for this area later this eve
  14. Took this footage whilst driving home along the A303 last Thursday eve - Queue carried on for much longer than shown but just filled with stranded lorries
  15. From my perspective certainly not a classic winter - 2 to 3 days of any meaningful snowfall coming at the end saved it from being a complete bust but in the years to come it will of course always be remembered for the impact on Ireland especially - lucky blighters !
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