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  1. Regardless of lighting, that’s an impressive lump of heavy rain on the radar!
  2. At a guess, we’ve probably had 80mm or so of rain since last Wednesday. 50mm over the 24 hour event Weds - Thurs 20mm Saturday mainly from 2 torrential downpours 10mm yesterday from more general rain with some heavier downpours. Proving a rather wet spell, welcome to Summer!
  3. I was thinking it must have been 40mm in the last 24 hours, but 50mm doesn’t surprise me... it hasn’t stopped! Was just about to say it’s started easing but it definitely hasn’t, starting coming down again now.
  4. What we thinking to next weeks weather then folks?! Looks good, will enjoy a bit of sun and a decent level of Spring warmth!
  5. Morning all, Nice day yesterday. Sunny intervals and also a shower with a nice hail core to it (typically I was outside when it came over!!). Felt warm in the sun too, makes me think, roll on Spring!!
  6. An interesting Sunday morning read: An unusual Ocean anomaly is being detected in the Gulf Stream, not seen in at least 150 years, bearing importance as we face the next weather seasons WWW.SEVERE-WEATHER.EU United States and Europe are strongly influenced by Gulf Stream, where an unusually strong anomaly is being detected in the Ocean
  7. Morning all, Not sure it if there’s a better thread for it or not but a very interesting read; An unusual Ocean anomaly is being detected in the Gulf Stream, not seen in at least 150 years, bearing importance as we face the next weather seasons WWW.SEVERE-WEATHER.EU United States and Europe are strongly influenced by Gulf Stream, where an unusually strong anomaly is being detected in the Ocean
  8. All seems to be intensifying once it’s passed here I mean I’m not missing out on much but very frustrating
  9. Some light snow falling here now, not settling all that well but it is above freezing here now so sure that doesn’t help.
  10. With respect, they are only reacting to the models. If they all agree on cold one day and flip mild the next, who are they to be able to predict that? They have to use what’s in front of them and although they have much more resource than we do, they’re still guided by the models. Our little place is just very fickle for forecasting.
  11. Intrigued to see that Taunton (half of it anyway) is in the yellow warning for tonight. Thought we were out of the game but maybe we have a chance of a dusting.
  12. Yeah definitely. The sun being out today does make me start thinking toward Spring warmth, we had such a good Spring last year I hope that can be repeated, in some respects. However, like you say, I also wouldn’t mind a March 18 repeat, that gave me the most lying snow I’ve seen and we were very close to the red warning issued by the Met here!
  13. The mod thread summed up in 1 picture FWIW the way the models are going JimBob looks to be closer to the mark! Will be interesting over the next few days if the Met keep the same extended outlook.
  14. Good morning all, The dusting we had seems all but disappeared aside from some shaded patches. Sun is shining and already above 0C so no ice day, already Don't think we’re expecting as much shower activity today are we?
  15. Aptly named by Chiono I saw the other day, my ‘snow body clock’ has woken me up for a radar peek and curtain twitch and lo and behold we have a dusting Looks like we’re under the streamer so here’s hoping it continues for a while eh! Think Icon was the only model I saw to show a streamer getting close to me so well done that model.
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