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  1. Weather Wars Episode Two: Attack of the warmth

    1. galacticwarrior


      After the thrilling Weather Wars Episode 1, spring has finally regained it's strength and is assaulting the Winter home world with their new daffodil army. Will they make it?

    2. bobsyj1



  2. I'm having hayfever in exam time...where's the rain when you need it? Probably gone to ruin people's holidays in Spain..

    1. MP-R


      sure enough, there was a thunderstorm here in Madrid last night and its very humid today! hope the hayfever improves.

  3. Am I possibly the youngest memeber on Netweather?

    1. DR(S)NO


      Depends what a memeber is ???

    2. Summer Sun

      Summer Sun

      Depends on your age

  4. A sunny day, warm and not acloud in the sky..... and no storms......NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

  5. The storm shortage is affecting my brainzzz... GIVE ME SOME STORMS!

    1. Eugene


      Yes could be some interesting convective showers in an unstable polar flow in around a weeks time

  6. I may like the mild weather for now, but the last of the coldies haven't melted away! MWhahaahahahahahahah

  7. Thousands of puffins killed in North Sea storms: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-north-east-orkney-shetland-21941240

    1. frogesque


      Saw one washed up on the beach today whilst walking the dog. Probably off Bass Rock. Realy sad end for a beautiful bird

    2. galacticwarrior


      very sad indeed :( poor birds

  8. Weather Wars Episode 1: Winter Strikes Back

    1. galacticwarrior


      Experience the thrilling battle between hot, cold, mildies and coldies. Now in HD and stunning 2D in your local Netweather.tv forums!

    2. Jan


      may the force be with you

  9. Goodbye winter, roll on spring!

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    2. gottolovethisweather


      bugger spring, its the 12th February, ahem! Some sunshine would be nice though as its been in pitiful supply for what seems like months, was it last March which saw a prolonged HP cell over the south of the UK. Winter in winter is good because next we'll be entertaining yet another onions summer I guess.

    3. Thundery wintry showers

      Thundery wintry showers

      Early January had a prolonged HP cell over the south but it ended up mainly cloudy for many (though not all- e.g. I remember some breaks in the cloud over the Midlands). As the season goes on, though, a HP cell becomes more likely to bring mainly sunny weather.

    4. gottolovethisweather


      must have let that slip by me I guess. I just hope we do get some reasonably settled spells this spring and summer, agriculture, mankind and the wildlife need a break in the unrelenting dross. By this I mean the cloudy skies, but at least I had some snow and it is still cold, 1.8c as I type this, so proper winter.