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  1. England Football Team

    I see FIFA are backing down on the poppy ban. Does that mean the FA get a refund on the fine they got?
  2. September 2017 C.E.T. forecasts

    It looks like Hadleys good run has come to an end... Some others Met check 12.97c 0.75c below average Netweather 13.51C 0.2°C below average
  3. Met office 16 to 30 day outlook

    UK Outlook for Monday 9 Oct 2017 to Monday 23 Oct 2017: Changeable weather is likely to continue across the country in the second week in October, with wind and rain at times, especially in the north and west. This will bring an increased likelihood of gales as well as heavier rain across some parts. By mid October, confidence in the forecast reduces, but drier and brighter spells could become more prolonged, though it may well remain changeable, On the whole, temperatures are expected to be close to normal for the time of year, but in any settled spells there could be chilly nights, with an increased risk of mist, fog and frost, especially in the north. http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast
  4. Meto Uk Further Outlook

    UK Outlook for Friday 29 Sep 2017 to Sunday 8 Oct 2017: On Friday, strong winds and coastal gales are likely to affect Northern Ireland and western Scotland. A band of rain and strong winds may well move across the whole UK including some heavy bursts. Further wind and rain is likely to reach western areas over the weekend. The weather in the following week is likely to stay rather unsettled for all with spells of rain, locally heavy, spreading east, and brighter showery weather following along behind. It will be windy with the risk of gales in places, particularly across western coasts. Temperatures will be around average for the time of year, with brief warmer or cooler interludes. The changeable weather means that night frosts are quite unlikely, except in the mountains of Scotland and Northern Ireland. http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast
  5. Dry and cloudy start Temp 14.3c
  6. Premier League Discussion

    Penalty to Leicester missed Remains 2-3
  7. Premier League Discussion

    68 minutes Leicester 1-3 Liverpool 69 minutes Leicester 2-3 Liverpool
  8. Premier League Discussion

    I think we can guess which match will be last on MOTD tonight
  9. Day 2 Convective Outlook VALID 06:00 UTC Sun 24 Sep 2017 - 05:59 UTC Mon 25 Sep 2017 ISSUED 17:47 UTC Sat 23 Sep 2017 ISSUED BY: Dan Blocking pattern persists across much of Europe, with a largescale trough over the North Atlantic. On the forward-side, a slow-moving frontal zone straddling the Irish Sea will become subject to wave development as a series of shortwaves drift northwards in the mean upper flow. This will result in renewed pulses of heavy rain running along the front, with potential for some embedded convection elements - though with rather meagre instability, confidence is not particularly high on the lightning aspect and hence a broad LOW threat level has been issued. One area of interest involves W Cornwall / W Devon into S + W Wales during the late afternoon but more especially evening hours as a pronounce zone of wind convergence is simulated by successive EURO4 runs behind the main frontal precipitation. Given very moist low-level air with dewpoints of 14-16C, and PWAT in the mid 20s mm there is scope for a line of heavy showers to develop and propagate NE-wards with time. Marginal mid-level lapse rates suggests such convection may be restricted somewhat in depth (and hence limiting the lightning potential), but a secondary LOW threat level has been issued to be considered as "MARGINAL" (15-30% chance of lightning within a 25 mile radius) which may be upgraded to a SLGT if confidence improves. Elsewhere, in the post-frontal environment a few isolated to well-scattered showers are likely over western Ireland given closer proximity to upper trough and associated deeper instability. http://www.convectiveweather.co.uk/forecast.php?date=2017-09-24
  10. Premier League Discussion

    Jose sent off for Man U
  11. Premier League Discussion

    Everton's summer spending spree is going well...
  12. Premier League Discussion

    3-0 Christian Eriksen
  13. Premier League Discussion

    If they played every game away from Wembley they'd be fine
  14. Premier League Discussion

    Make that 2-0 Spurs and 2 for Kane
  15. Premier League Discussion

    Hammers 0-1 Spurs Kane
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