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  1. Thanks for that , i did not realise you could click the map i was only seeing London ensembles , you learn something new everyday
  2. What location is the set of ensembles for please ,altitude 353 metres ??
  3. Hello SB , could you post the update for the SAI ,if possible. Cheers Darren
  4. Could you post the link to where Ian has said it is going for above average temps please . I can not find anything on netweather or twitter. Cheers Darren
  5. I do not disagree with you. I was just stating there was some good snow events in that winter ,as most people on here look for snow from Nov to Mar i looked at those months as well . My mistake i should of made this clearer .
  6. 2005/6 was a mixed winter with some good snow events . All quotes taken from the met office website below Nov 2005 The first half of the month was unsettled and warm, while the second half was cold and increasingly wintry with some significant snow, fog and frost. Overall, it was a very sunny month, with sunshine figures exceptionally above average. Dec 2005 Unsettled and mild at first. Briefly colder mid-month with some wintry showers in the east. Much colder late in the month with some substantial snowfall in eastern England 27th to 30th. Jan 2006 Generally it
  7. If you zoom in on the image this year is near on identical to 2005 , i believe that was a snowy winter .
  8. At what day does the scatter begin ??, as you have chopped the dates of them charts lol.
  9. so that will be a MLB your talking about then ??? .and is there really any need to be rude to other members , We are all on here to learn from one another .
  10. I am a bit disappointed to read that you have gone adjusting you LRF, imo once you put it out there at the beginning of winter, that is it no tinkering about .
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