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  1. To be quite frank the words patience and potential are beginning to grate me with too many banking all our hopes on a SSW which may or may not lead us all to riches. I said a couple of weeks back that this winter bears all the hallmarks of a nineties, noughties winter when there was a cold block to our NE whilst we sat in no mans land with the promise of impending cold, which never came.
  2. Cant argue there as it really is turning into a mare if it's cold and snow you like, mind you Gaz it's not been a good one for the mildies either really with far too much wind and rain on a daily basis. I'll be glad to see the back of this winter and hopefully we get a warm dry spring so we can all dry out from this wretched winter.
  3. Who'll be a pro forecaster when you have a week like the upcoming one, gawd knows what we will end with from the latter part of this week onwards, none of the models have got this in the bank yet and we may have to wait until midweek before we start too see a path forward, perhaps!
  4. Reminds me of the Basil Fawlty sketch with the tree branch and his car.
  5. As all the makings of cold rain for the west with cold rain proceeded by snow for the east, with the battleground perhaps moving out to the North sea again. Hopefully not!
  6. Besides the climate change threat GW, I pretty much agree with you on all these issues. If we take away all the ballyhoo and posturing on these forums then I guess most of us fear much of the same things.
  7. Agree with all of that but they somehow missed the extreme cold in North America knocker? Ignore that I clicked on the wrong link it's showing, but why isn't it a headline for your link?
  8. Your response is illogical, if you wish to learn on how to read the models then following the likes of Steve Murr and Nick Sussex along with a few others will put you in good stead. Saying it will rain in the MOD thread, "no matter how many charts you post" isn't going to win you many friends or help you understand how to read the models.
  9. Lol, very fitting. Who labelled you that as I haven't heard that saying for many a year.
  10. Deary me I think I'm suffering from the early onset of Alzheimer's, your right I meant January 84.
  11. Your obviously young as January 87 brought copious amounts of snow from a westerly from a two week cold spell.
  12. Looks impressive now, but no doubt it would be heavily modified nearer the time. Still it's possible as there is an awful lot of cold air spilling out of Greenland into the North Atlantic.
  13. As it stands quite a few could see snow falling during the coming week, with those further NE/E seeing the best prospects of lying snow come the end of the week. A real wintry mix for the UK, it would be nice to see some HP moving in to dry things up at some point in FI though.
  14. I'm sometimes think one or two are on the wind up in here, today being a good example when the UKMO was showing a fantastic output for cold and snow, then we had one or two saying that was out of kilter with the GFS and ECM, so it must be wrong. Now we have the UKMO showing the Atlantic bursting through and the GFS showing a cold, unsettled and potentially snowy end to next week and those one or two have now backed the UKMO with the usual told you so comments.
  15. Over on the other thread we now have knocker comparing me to Foster, hmmm now let me see do I have a misinforming blog of my own where I only allow one opinion. The laughable part of all this is how not one of the so called " only interested in the science types " has condemned blogger Foster for his attacks on a climate scientist. Oh the irony of it all!
  16. But who are these misleaders GW, I know of none who think that CO2 isn't a greenhouse gas, nor do I know anyone who claims that CO2 hasn't had an effect on rising temp. So which people are we talking about?
  17. Simple if you are denying the pause Dev, but I wouldn't approve of it as a general terminology.
  18. I would agree with that for tomorrow, maybe parts of Northern England will see snow to lower elevations for a while before turning back to rain. I think next week will mostly be a mix of rain/ sleet for many in England and Wales with snow mostly over higher ground and Scotland at lower elevations. Any snow in England/Wales will be of a passing nature as I expect too see those uppers modified nearer the time.
  19. GW. Your use of the word misleaders is highly inflammatory as I've pointed out several times, now I know Foster likes to use this terminology also and much of your posting style and indeed many on the Manmade thread reflect his viewpoint on all things climate. Did you get your daughter to reflect the sceptic views of climate scientist such as Judith Curry I wonder.
  20. Little ol lambs tails spotted earlier this week, this is the earliest sightings around here since 89.
  21. The deniers of the pause in the other thread seem to be getting rather annoyed by my a accusations at fuzzy Foster, they are asking for proof yet fail to see the irony in their request. Read his blog people all the proof you want is there, he is nothing but a political activist with an axe to grind against anyone who dares to question the consensus, hence why Judith Ciurry who has forgotten more than blogger Foster will ever learn in a lifetime is in his line of fire. How some of you can keep a straight face when accusing sceptics of demearning the science and scientist and then go about defending and applauding Foster for doing just that, is a little rich too say the least.
  22. Still an awful lot to be decided on from midweek onwards, what worries me is how the ECM has been way to progressive with heights to our East over the last month or so, but is now the least progressive of the models. Wouldn't it be just sods law if it's calling this one correct now.
  23. It was pants here as it was mostly those from Central England eastwards who saw much snow, now Feb 96, 79 are more like it.
  24. Lol, they certainly are shooting themselves in the foot on t'other thread, now instead of maybe looking at Fosters writings and his political leanings they expect me to spoon feed them. Sorry boys but if you can't read between Fuzzy's lines and see for yourself that this blogger is nothing more than a blagger, then being spoon fed is the least of your problems. Wise up and stick to reputable scientists without agendas who just present the science, there are plenty of AGW scientist who I respect who talk and present science as it should be, leave the Fosters out of this your doing yourselves no favours.
  25. Knocker, you find it odd at the company Judith Curry keeps, yet find nothing wrong with the comments mad by Foster or the company he keeps. He's a charlatan of the highest order and has to masquerade behind an alias so he can pump out his obvious political viewpoints in the good name of science.
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