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Snowy L

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  1. If we establish the block I think fears of it being too early will fade quickly. That Greenland High in the 06z GFS for example is only 10 days before the cold spell of 2010 started. Scandinavia looks like it will cool down quite a bit during the next week or so too.
  2. 20C and sunny today. Not ready to let go of this warm weather. That can happen after the clocks go back. I see people getting excited at a possible easterly or northerly. I don't think they realise that means 8C and rain at this time of year, not snow.
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    Yeah lets keep the demographic pyramid scheme going indefinitely, what could go wrong! Take the hit now and learn to live with an economy with a maintained population or be stuck in an economic system that needs constant population growth to work.
  4. The overnight temperatures look interesting too with many areas staying above 20C. Surely close to breaking a record there?
  5. Some social media is bad yes. I think Twitter is almost single-handedly responsible for the vile political "discourse" we have seen in the last 5 years.
  6. One more day of this trash and then back to normal thankfully.
  7. Sorry if my poor joke scared everyone off. Currently 30C here with sunny spells.
  8. Ok I keep seeing summer's over and huge downgrade posts, so I look at the models myself, expecting low pressure systems all over the UK and instead I see a huge high pressure sat right on top of the UK from Thursday through the whole run pretty much. What is wrong with this thread lol.
  9. Model thread is confusing. People seeing 27C and sunny as "downgrades" yet getting excited for cloud and 40c. Keep thinking summer is over with all the downgrade talk when in reality the downgrades are better than the upgrades.
  10. Well I can hear a lot of crashes but Im not sure if its thunder or the binmen.
  11. They had 28c and thunderstorms for most of the afternoon. The reality was 32C and mostly sunny except for a light 2 minute shower. So yes they are terrible.
  12. 32C now was not expecting it to keep warming up.
  13. Pretty much every shower has missed me so far. Though that is allowing the temperature to increase, currently 31C.
  14. BBC has already underrestimated my temperature by 2C and we sill have 2 hours of warming left. I would trust the Met.
  15. 30C reached for the 2nd time this year now.
  16. 29C but a bit more cloud now. Thats the bbc forecast temperature beaten with 3 hours to go at least.
  17. There have been a couple of moments where I just start to get fed up but on the whole I have loved it. This is a once in 50 years thing.
  18. Well bbc prediction for today has gone from 31C yesterday to 28C this morning. What a load of rubbish. Also I dont see where all this torrential rain lasting all day is going to come from in 10 minutes according to the met office seeing as its mostly sunny right now. Has the low moved in about a day faster than expected or something? Huge downgrade on temps and weather (if these predictions turn out to be correct, which I doubt).
  19. Sea temperatures are widely 17-18c in the North Sea and should continue to rise in the next week with that Scandi High in place. Cloud should not be as big a problem as it was in June. The Northeasterly we had a couple of weeks back the cloud cleared by 11am compared to 4-5pm in June.
  20. Finally hit 30C here this summer, though there was a real possibility that this would be the best summer in my memory yet still not hit 30.
  21. Cloudy until 2pm here but temperature has been rising ever since clouds broke. Still rising at 7pm which is crazy, 26C so far.
  22. Weird I am always uncomfortable and moaning about the heat at work but the moment I get home I look at the models willing them to show more heat.
  23. Weird how you think the noaa anomaly charts are magically exempt from being wrong. It is nowhere near certain that we will see troughing for two weeks.
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