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Barry Reynolds

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    Hereford.
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    Running, photography.
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    Snow, storms, sun, anything photogenic.

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  1. Much as the models have delayed any real chance of cold, so the Met Office outlook continues to say a higher chance of cold, but always in the later period. Plenty of caveats in there too. We shall see.
  2. I'd say the 06z GFS is ok for snow for the Hereford area Thursday night - Friday. Milder air being held back a little? Snow depth looks ok by Saturday.
  3. How does this compare to yesterday's? Does this suggest the op is one of the 'milder' solutions?
  4. Yes, apparently so, as Judah Cohen was comparing similarities with the split vortex then, to the forthcoming one. He mentioned it on Twitter.
  5. Hi all, I have a Barigo barograph bought in about 1990 which is in perfect condition, apart from the odd miniscule scratch. It is housed in a mahogany case. I do not have any paper or the pen, but these can be bought. Last time I looked, a new one would cost about £1000. I need to sell it which isn't that easy, can anyone suggest where I should sell it? I have tried eBay, but there was no interest. Thanks!
  6. Well I've been enjoying working outside in the last two days of sunny-ish weather. Looking forward to the first 20c in hopefully not too distant future. Then some proper summer heat and storms hopefully. If I can't have snow, that's the next best thing!
  7. HI all, is it unusual to have 100% ensemble agreement for an upcoming SSW?
  8. I do wonder whether an Easterly is possible, the ECM keeps picking it up, and the METO update today seems full of uncertainty. Perhaps they haven't entirely discounted it.
  9. About 4.15pm 17.12.16.
  10. I looked it up......."A Hovmöller diagram is a commonly used way of plotting meteorological data to highlight the role of waves. The axes of a Hovmöller diagram are typically longitude or latitude (abscissa or x-axis) and time (ordinate or y-axis) with the value of some field represented through color or shading." Now I will have to read that again and think about it for a few days before I can tell you what it means!
  11. Hmmm....I have to say the comparison with last December is closer.
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