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  1. It's never had its own forum, there's a thread over in the severe weather forum for it though:
  2. Thanks, those buttons will be tidied on an upcoming release I think this is all linked to a bug we have listed, so should be sorted in an upcoming release.
  3. That's the current weather overlay, the mapped ones are the NMM overlays just beneath
  4. Yep, bit late for this one, but definitely a good idea
  5. Nice to see our updated precip type picking up the hail in these showers quite well at the moment, something our older version always struggled with https://www.netweather.tv/live-weather/radar
  6. But if you're saying it as you see it, you probably ought to note that apart from the 216 hour chart there, the rest have lower, rather than higher pressure nearer to the UK, with a west or southwest flow off of the Atlantic. It's hardly settled! It's this spinning of stuff which is frustrating, either due to weather preferences, or the need to make a point. There's just no need.
  7. Changeable, is surely by definition, unsettled, as it's not as if you can have settled, changeable weather?
  8. Do we have to go through this again? Some people like rain, some like snow, some like sunshine, heat etc etc etc. It's a personal thing, no-one needs to man-up for not liking rain, no-one needs to get a grip for not liking sun, and so on. I'd also recommend having a read of the forum guidelines, as they're pretty clear about this sort of thing.. https://www.netweather.tv/forum/guidelines/ It would be a shame to see people having their posting rights removed over this stuff, as it seems so obvious and straight forward - I mean, what does it matter if someone else likes a different weather type to you anyway? But these petty arguments just poison the atmosphere, and those continuing to do it will end up not being able to post, so please stop now, and think before posting.
  9. Indeed, and in many cases we can all save money and live more efficiently too, even if it may take a bit of effort.
  10. Was about to post the same: https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/warnings-and-advice/uk-warnings#?date=2019-04-24&region=wm&regionType=area&id=32347624-1d63-489b-9711-15f43af46070
  11. Nick's issued a storm forecast for today: https://www.netweather.tv/weather-forecasts/uk/convective
  12. Paul

    Tour 1

    This morning's charts paint a pretty active picture for the start of tour 1. Mostly over Texas too. Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Looks like the jet stream is never too far away at this time either, it's quite active right at the start of the tour (maybe best on arrival day, which could be a bonus chase day, potentially), then it weakens, but still with enough flow to help things along, before strengthening again initially with the main part of it to the north, but later it looks like it may reload further south. All still a fair way off though, so still subject to lots of change, but definitely looking promising.
  13. It's a bit of a fudge. It's not been the hottest easter ever, but was the hottest easter sunday (in places) and easter monday ever (just about everywhere).
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