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  1. Santa's back Christmas Weather Forecast - White Xmas 2019 WWW.NETWEATHER.TV
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    Pershore flooding November 2019

    Some photos of the flooding in Pershore. Least not as bad as 2007 (yet), thankfully.
  3. I like your style! The team are discussing this at the moment.
  4. The 06z etc, are the times the models are initialised, so they'll always be available later. The UKV updates 8 times a day, and all runs but the 3z and 15z come through about 3.5 hours after the initialisation - so for example. the 6z is out between 0900 and 0930. The 3z and 15z run out to 120 hours rather than the 54 the others do, so they're a bit later and are generally about 5 hours after the initialisation.
  5. First foggy start of the season here, still to clear, in fact still to show any signs of clearing. Not exactly warm either @4c
  6. Welcome to the community @Keith Greenish, I've just moved this over to our weather stations forum where I'm sure you'll get an answer to your question
  7. Looks like invision may have removed the option as it stood on a recent update. I'll look into it.
  8. GFS snow predictions are way too broad brush to pay much, if any attention to. On the higher res modelling, it looks like the lowlands of Scotland and the north Pennines could be the sweet spot at the moment.
  9. It should still be there - under options on your posts
  10. Friday's still looking very wet on the 15z UKV. Really sharp temperature gradient too, and a proper convergence line along the front - could make for an intense squall line on it. Mild vs cold air: Winds converging along the front - heavy rain and a likely squall line. Then later a really clean tail end with clearer skies behind. Rain totals looking sizeable through Friday and into Saturday before it clears.
  11. It uses the GFS data as a base, but has its own physics for rainfall etc.
  12. The sticky note system is back up and running again now.
  13. The temperature map says a lot this morning - clear skies and a crisp Autumn start for Scotland and most of Ireland. Further south, more cloud, some drizzle here and there, along with some heavier rain in the SE. Here in the midlands, it's been drizzling pretty much non-stop since yesterday evening.
  14. No, I wouldn't expect it'll be that long at all.
  15. Much the same as last week Max, we'll definitely be telling everyone when the next version is available
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