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  1. Met office 16 to 30 day outlook

    UK Outlook for Saturday 10 Mar 2018 to Saturday 24 Mar 2018: At the start of this period it will probably still be cold across the UK, with widespread frost and brisk easterly winds from Continental Europe, making it feel raw. This will continue to bring the risk of significant snow across some southern, eastern and central parts of the UK, whereas in the north and west it should be drier. As we head through the middle of March, there is a lot of uncertainty in the forecast, but it may start to turn more generally unsettled and less cold with wetter and milder weather spreading in from the southwest. In contrast, northern and eastern areas could remain cold well into March. https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast
  2. Meto Uk Further Outlook

    UK Outlook for Wednesday 28 Feb 2018 to Friday 9 Mar 2018: It will stay very cold as we head into March, with sunshine and snow showers. Showers are most likely across eastern and central parts of the UK where accumulations may mount up. Further west, large accumulations are still possible but much less likely. Winds will be light to moderate for most, but across southern Britain strong easterly winds, possibly gales around the coast, will make it feel bitterly cold. Night time frosts will be widespread and severe in places too. There is currently a possibility of more unsettled weather trying to push in from the southwest at times towards the first weekend in March and beyond. This could bring more significant snow and gales to southern parts of the UK but there is currently a lot of uncertainty with this. https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast
  3. High res NMM showing the cold air (850's) spreading west across Europe looking like the -14s will be hanging around for a wee while
  4. Former BBC weather forecaster John Hammond has updated his blog On the Horizon – Historic cold spell arrives https://weathertrending.com/2018/02/23/on-the-horizon-historic-cold-spell/amp/?__twitter_impression=true
  5. Forecasts (Web, TV & apps) are provided by MeteoGroup weather warnings will continue to be provided by the met office
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  7. Make the most of the 5c highs today and tomorrow could be a while until they return
  8. 4.0 to the 22nd 0.3 above the 61 to 90 average 0.3 below the 81 to 10 average ________________________________ Current high this month 4.9 to the 2nd
  9. Last 3 acc snow amount charts from GFS out to D10 Yesterday 18z Today 00z and 06z
  10. BBC monthly outlook Wednesday 21 February—Sunday 25 February Increasing cold risk, but fairly settled. High pressure overhead across the UK will lead to mainly dry and settled conditions today, albeit with a fair amount of cloud for parts of England/Wales with a few pockets of drizzle. Chilly overnight with a slight frost in places, along with local mist/fog patches. Tomorrow will then be breezy with occasional patchy rain across western Scotland associated with a glancing Atlantic front, with gusts to 45mph a times across western Scotland, but an otherwise largely dry day across the country. Overnight, remaining mostly dry with clear periods and it will be cold (especially further south and east). The small chance of a few light wintry flurries for NE England. A large-scale pattern change across Europe will develop through the second half of this week as high pressure grows over Scandinavia. This should be a strong enough influence over the UK to keep Atlantic lows and associated unsettled weather to the west of the UK, thus leading to a cold but fairly dry period. Indeed, temperatures will fall a few degrees below average with an increased risk of widespread overnight frost, accompanied by daytime highs only to 4-6C in places. The risk of a few wintry showers for eastern parts as winds shift to a more E'ly direction later in the weekend. Monday 26 February—Sunday 4 March Bitterly cold with increased snow risk. Late February into early March, there is now high confidence for a 'blocked' synoptic set-up due to a greater incidence of high pressure over northern Europe. The primary impact from such a development will be for a greater frequency of cold outbreaks from the east, with air masses filtering over the UK being sourced from a Siberian or Arctic origin. Wind and rainfall are also expected to be below average with a lack of energetic Atlantic lows crashing into the UK, but a fresh to occasionally strong E'ly wind blowing over the North Sea will lead to a high wind chill, leading to a bitterly cold feel at times. Snow will be much more likely compared to recent weeks, with the primary mechanism via showers feeding in from the North Sea (these generated by cold air flowing over comparatively warm surface waters). As has been seen in such set-ups in the past, there can be locally significant accumulations as showers develop into more recognised lines, whilst short distances away there can be very little snow. Therefore, details even a week out are highly uncertain. There are also tentative signals for an organised area of snow to give more widespread accumulations for a time next week, but forecasts should be closely monitored for such a development. Monday 5 March—Sunday 18 March Remaining cold for a time. Still a snow threat. It is expected to remain cold through the second week of March, perhaps with another round of very cold air from the east as high pressure migrates its position around N Europe. However, there are also indications on longer range models that high pressure will become somewhat less influential to the UK and this could open the door for increased low pressure influence from the south. Considering it is likely to remain cold, the clash of associated precipitation may lead to further impacts from snowfall on a few days. Towards and just after mid-March, the very cold air should begin to erode as milder air masses attempt to filter across the UK more often, and this should be associated with a return of greater low pressure influence over the UK. It may also turn wetter and breezier, especially in the south, but confidence reduces quite substantially by this stage. Next Update Will we see any further cold weather through the second half of March? https://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/outlook
  11. Dry and mostly cloudy Temp 2.2c
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