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  1. 1 minute ago, Frosty. said:

    Agreed, if we can't have proper cold and snow I would rather have what we have now!..however, looking at the models there are signs of change but at least another week or so of this beautiful spring weather!

    only person who won't agree is Summer Sun, but let it last! hopefully signs of models prolonging it on todays 12Z's

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  2. 5 minutes ago, Arctic Hare said:

    Absolutely glorious day today once the sun got through in late morning. Sunny and warm still as I type. First 15 °C of the year, too! 😄 Maximum 15.4 °C here in Bewdley today. Not sure whether we'll beat that over the next couple of days, as I'm not sure there'll be enough sunshine. Still looking quite nice and springlike, though.

    Aye Dave! thinking though much cooler tomorrow, if skies stay clear and winds light, could be a slight frost, brrrrrrrr


  3. 11 minutes ago, Frosty. said:

    I agree, it's very exceptional and not a flash in the pan as some describe it..really spring-like spell this..close to the February record which is 19.7 celsius, we are probably looking just below that at 17 / 18c but it's the fact that we are looking at many days up around the mid teens celsius so early which is incredible.

    Just hope we don't have to pay for it too much, obvious we'll have to during April, May


  4. 3 minutes ago, Scorcher said:

    Eh? What exactly constitutes a 'special' mild spell for you in February? For a start, it's looking like the best spell of mild February weather since at least 2008. And tomorrow until at least next Wednesday would certainly be classed as prolonged and by no means 'quick'.

    Aye agree, certainly prefer this coming weather to the vile 240 charts on EC and GFS

    ECM1-240.GIF?20-0gfs-0-252.png?12

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  5. 4 minutes ago, Mattwolves said:

    I don't see the point in it, Yeh discuss the models, but nowt wrong with a bit of banter especially when the models have been looking grim, Yeh I had post removed as well, and all I said was GFSP May have a cold bias but the old gfs has a mild bias! And apperantly that wasn't discussing the models, 

    would have been before, but generally 1 liners with no charts are deleted, depends on member though, hmm


  6. 11 minutes ago, Mattwolves said:

    I see this thread has been opened for general chat, but knobody seems to be posting, and the new spring hunt model thread has only reached 2 pages in about 7 hours. Probably because the banter element has been removed from it. Think it was working fine before 😳

    Aye it was, had a post deleted earlier, but didn't realise it was just model discussion, could have kept it as before but changed title, 'hunt for Spring warmth'


  7. 22 minutes ago, Mattwolves said:

    Decent shot of cold air from the NW later on in the run from the GFSP, not to shabby set of ensembles, with quite a lot of dip in the latter stages. Basically I've seen better, but compared to the current, big improvement. 👍

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    oo, no thanks, think I'm in the Spring camp now, not wet fart NW'lies that give rain showers at 5 degrees

    if I lived 200m or so oop norf, then bugger Spring, bring on the PM shots

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  8. 18 minutes ago, Snowyowl9 said:

    April 1998 the standout biggest surprise with 2 big snowfalls as well as one in aprill 2000,didn`t see any weather forecasts so didn`t expect anything like that(april 1986 was cold and snowy but not as severe as those 2 maybe because I missed don`t remember april 1981 it made up for it) as we were so busy in that period with 9 inches and full blown blizzard with gales roads blocked by snowdrifts,april is the month to watch this year.

    but we've warmed up so much then, snow much less likely even in April, 98 was a good year, but 21 years on, maybe averaging 0.3 degrees higher

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