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  1. Research suggests that most Brits don't pack enough suntan lotion when they go abroad on holiday. Read More Here
  2. Oddly, I can't recreate it. Would recommend going back to v7 for now if it's causing an issue for you though, as there are still bugs in there. We'll be back in for another development round soon, part of which will be bug clearing etc.
  3. Strange, we've not been working on it over the last couple of weeks as we've been busy on other projects, so no changes have been made. Perhaps clear your cookies and cache, that may help. Although the future radar thing is a bug which is down to be fixed soon.
  4. Not too sure @Mapantz tbh, we've not made any recent changes. My Android pie device seems to be working as normal. Any ideas @Karl?
  5. I'd not go that far just yet The latter part of the month has a bit of promise for an upturn - we may see some high pressure ridging our way to break the unsettled spell. If the ensembles are anything to go by this morning, they appear to want to start to lift the trough as we head toward the final week of the month. It's a bit of a straw clutch for now I guess, but worth watching over the next 7 or 10 days to see if that starts to materialise at closer range. Not great: Some hope for the final week of the month? Nearer term though, not pleasant. Some chunky rainfall totals to end the week as low pressure barrells in. Thursday Friday The models are firming up on timing now, with both the UKV and Netwx models very similar in having the low over the centre/south of Ireland on Friday afternoon.
  6. It's the height of convective cloud, so is another guide in terms of convective/storm potential and how strong that convection may be.
  7. Hi @Tim, thanks for the suggestion. I'll add it to the wishlist, although our hands may be a bit tied in that it uses the native google maps functionality, and I'm not too sure how much customisation is possible on it. On a similar subject, I'd recommend moving over to our newer Netweather radar app, as any improvements are likely to go into that rather than the storm radar which is on an older codebase and less likely to get new features etc at this point. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=tv.netweather.netweatherradar&hl=en_GB
  8. Pretty impressive seeing the storms/showers all spinning around the low today:
  9. We don't have it on an app yet, but you could try our local forecasts https://www.netweather.tv/weather-forecasts/uk/7-day
  10. It all depends where the rain band is. The chart SS posted has it further southwest than the BBC map, hence the lower temperatures in that area. Plus, it does have plenty of 20c's in other parts of England. This is the UKV take on it at 4pm tomorrow - different again, owing to the difficultly in placing the weather front bringing the rain.
  11. Cambridge @ 38.1c has confirmed as the top temperature yesterday (for the sake of this competition) by the Met Office extremes feed. So, that gives us a set of leaders (and very likely winners!). Assuming nothing extremely crazy happens today, we'll do a random draw and two of the people on this list will be the winners. @Onding @OddSpot @bazookabob @Rob K @Carl46Wrexham @Team Squirrel @MattStoke The draw will take place tomorrow
  12. The model actually takes that lot north later in the night - for instance:
  13. Netwx-SR a bit more keen, but we'll see - tricky day to call.
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