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SizzlingHeat last won the day on July 26 2018

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  1. You will need the 50% off discount to dine in the restaurant at the end of bmouth pier!!!
  2. No That's the temperature scale going up to 46 degrees. The highest I can see is approximately 40c in France.
  3. What a disappointment. I will be back in November! Adiós!
  4. GfS 18z is still not giving up though and clears the heat by Saturday! GFS sticks to its guns
  5. GFS is jumper or cardigan weather in the shade after Saturday. ICON is escaping to the shade whilst swimming in a pool of ice cubes. Massive massive differences.
  6. As I expected when viewing the mean 12z. The operational is the lowest of all its members within the suite.
  7. The 12z mean for Saturday does not agree with the operational. Control run is also very hot with no signs of the trough come Saturday. I believe the op is likely to be a considerable cool outlier
  8. The GFS 0z was a huge cool outlier. The ensembles show the average 850s above 15c again from next Friday for a number of days. Some members even get close to 20c again. The mean for next Saturday is 17c widely throughout the UK. I would suggest the GFS is entirely onboard
  9. I was commenting on the 12z ECM. If something like that was to verify, then a a shot at 40c was possible. Nobody said it was going to happen, just discussing what was being shown at the time. Unlikely to happen and everybody knew it was an outlier from the onset, but doesn't prevent those talking about what could have been if the synoptics aligned as of the ECM last night. As it happens, its backed down again this morning which was entirely expected. Still...low possibly mid thirties quite widely for 2, possibly 3 days next week as was the overall consensus barring the extreme ECM last night. Nobody saw the ECM and said 'its going to be 40c next week' it was just a discussion on one run on one model, which showed the synoptics we would need to push that threshold.
  10. So for 72 hours most of the UK is covered by 20-23c uppers, slack southerly flow at the end of July (technically the prime time for high temperatures) There would be no doubt in my mind the all time high would be breached *if the ECM was correct* and a pretty decent chance of our 1st 40 degrees.
  11. Savage heat. Would be incredible. But it's only one of the options on the table this evening.
  12. Absolutely. I wouldn't bet against a 40c being breached by the Friday. Sunshine dependant. High 30s widely I would imagine
  13. You could add some serious numbers to that with a setup like that ECM. 20-24c uppers in situ in peak summer. It wont be 34c believe me. 38-39c would be likely
  14. 168 ECM that's your 100F breached and the all time record smashed! ??????
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