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Paul Sherman

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  1. Sat 22nd Sept 2007 Arsenal 2 v 0 Derby Blackburn 1 v 1 Portsmouth Fulham 1 v 1 Man City Liverpool 2 v 0 Birmingham Middlesbrough 1 v 1 Sunderland Reading 1 v 1 Wigan Aston Villa 2 v 0 Everton Bolton 1 v 1 Tottenham Man Utd 2 v 0 Chelsea Newcastle 2 v 0 West Ham Paul Sherman
  2. Ian, you have not entered a Score for Arsenal, are they even going to turn up?? Paul S
  3. Saturday, 15 September 2007 Birmingham 1-1 Bolton Chelsea 2-1 Blackburn Everton 1-2 Man Utd Portsmouth 0-1 Liverpool Sunderland 2-0 Reading Tottenham 1-1 Arsenal West Ham 1-1 Middlesbrough Wigan 3-1 Fulham Sunday, 16 September 2007 Man City 0-0 Aston Villa Monday, 17 September 2007 Derby 2-4 Newcastle Paul Sherman
  4. Saturday, 01 September 2007 Bolton 1-1 Everton Fulham 0-2 Tottenham Liverpool 3-0 Derby Man Utd 3-0 Sunderland Middlesbrough 1-0 Birmingham Newcastle 2-1 Wigan Reading 2-0 West Ham Sunday, 02 September 2007 Arsenal 3-1 Portsmouth Aston Villa 1-2 Chelsea Blackburn 1-1 Man City Paul Sherman
  5. Week 4 Fixtures Saturday, 25 August 2007 Arsenal 2 v 1 Man City Aston Villa 3 v 0 Fulham Bolton 1 v 1 Reading Chelsea 3 v 1 Portsmouth Derby 1 v 0 Birmingham Everton 2 v 1 Blackburn Sunderland 1 v 2 Liverpool West Ham 0 v 0 Wigan Sunday, 26 August 2007 Man Utd 2 v 1 Tottenham Middlesbrough 0 v 1 Newcastle Paul Sherman
  6. Week 3 Classifieds Birmingers 2 v 1 West Ham Blackburn 0 v 1 Arsenal Fulham 2 v 0 Middlesboro Liverpool 1 v 1 Chelski Man City 1 v 2 Man Utd Newcastle 1 v 0 Villa Portsmouth 3 v 1 Bolton Reading 1 v 1 Everton Spurs 2 v 0 Derby Wigan 1 v 2 Sunderland Paul Sherman
  7. Saturday 11th August 2007 Aston Villa 1-1 Liverpool Bolton 1-1 Newcastle Derby 0-0 Portsmouth Everton 3-1 Wigan Middlesbrough 2-1 Blackburn Sunderland 0-1 Tottenham West Ham 2-1 Man City Sunday, 12 August 2007 Arsenal 3-0 Fulham Chelsea 2-0 Birmingham Man Utd 3-0 Reading Week 2 Tuesday, 14 August 2007 Tottenham 2-0 Everton Wednesday, 15 August 2007 Birmingham 2-2 Sunderland Fulham 0-1 Bolton Man City 3-1 Derby Portsmouth 1-2 Man Utd Reading 1-1 Chelsea Wigan 3-2 Middlesbrough Paul Sherman
  8. Hi There

    Any chance you could give me a call tomorrow (Thur) on 020 7401 8454 or Email me on [email protected]

    Cheers

    Paul Sherman

  9. Time to post some more "Fatties" PP You are gonna get banned - L To R - Fat Gorky # Fat Nick # Fat Ian # Lovely Pale Blue Sky & Fat Audmun - Fat Paul Sherman - All the Other Fatties PP You should be ashamed and looking like Diego Maradona As well !!
  10. What about a couple of good old fashioned Hailstorms from those Supercells!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4N52wWeHb80 - Ogollala Nebraska - Plainview Tx Panhandle
  11. Here is a great Video of the Enterprise Tornado, watch the trampoline go for a fly in the air. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3K0f4BeEAQ And a radar grab showing Enterprise School right on the Hook Echo, Very Unfortunate Paul Sherman
  12. Looking Very Good for the 1st Major Chaseable Outbreak for 2007 accross Oklahoma and Kansas. From the SPC DAY 4-8 CONVECTIVE OUTLOOK NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK 0348 AM CST TUE FEB 20 2007 VALID 231200Z - 281200Z ...PLAINS/MS VALLEY/SRN ATLANTIC SEABOARD... A VIGOROUS UPPER-LEVEL TROUGH IS FORECAST TO MOVE QUICKLY ACROSS THE WRN U.S. FRIDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHT AND INTO THE PLAINS SATURDAY. THIS IS A MUCH SLOWER SOLUTION THAN LAST NIGHTS RUN AND THE UPPER-LEVEL TROUGH/LOW IS FARTHER SOUTH. A 100 KT MID-LEVEL JET ASSOCIATED WITH THE SYSTEM WILL EJECT NEWD ACROSS THE PLAINS STATES AROUND MIDDAY ON SATURDAY. AHEAD OF THE APPROACHING TROUGH...A STRONG LOW-LEVEL JET IS FORECAST TO DEVELOP. THIS WILL TRANSPORT LOW-LEVEL MOISTURE NWD INTO OK AND KS SATURDAY AFTERNOON AS A DRYLINE MOVES EWD ACROSS THE SRN AND CNTRL PLAINS. THUNDERSTORMS APPEAR LIKELY TO DEVELOP ALONG AND EAST OF THE DRYLINE BY AFTERNOON. STRONG VERTICAL SHEAR PROFILES COMBINED WITH ENHANCED LARGE-SCALE ASCENT WILL BE FAVORABLE FOR SUPERCELLS AND TORNADOES WITH A SEVERE WEATHER EVENT UNFOLDING SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING ACROSS THE PLAINS. AS THE SYSTEM TRANSITIONS EWD INTO THE LOWER TO MID MS VALLEY SATURDAY NIGHT...A SQUALL-LINE WITH WIDESPREAD SEVERE WEATHER POTENTIAL APPEARS LIKELY. THE SEVERE THREAT MAY CONTINUE THROUGH SUNDAY ACROSS THE OH AND TN VALLEYS WITH AN ADDITIONAL THREAT POSSIBLE FROM THE CAROLINAS TO NRN FL SUNDAY NIGHT INTO MONDAY. Paul Sherman
  13. Most of mine have been from the Mid West of the USA, But have had a few scary moments in the Uk. May 2006 when we chased a Supercell that had 17 Mesos on it, we had to duck South very very quickly as the Storm turned and chased us, we were heading South West on the GPS & About a Mile in front of us we could see a South Road that would be our last escape route, if we would have stayed on a West Course we would have been eaten alive by 4" Hailstones. So we made the South Road and the road was okay for about a Mile, but suddenly we encountered traffic (Rare in Deepest Texas) damn workmen were repairing a single lane bridge, all we could see in our rear view mirrors was hell on earth chasing us down, then the Tornado warnings started coming over the weather radio, sitting in a piece of metal with no way forward or no way back with a Storm that had already produced one F2 Tornado is not nice, thankfully the lights went green and we made it to the next town, and managed to keep the car under a Car port so the Hailstones wouldnt damage the hire car, we had Tornado alerts for most of the night. This from 2005 http://www.netweather.tv/forum/index.php?showtopic=16477# - See Post 6 Paul Sherman
  14. Well this Century is hard to pick re Snowfall, again if it was last centruy then 79,81,84,87,91 were pretty special, most of those had drifts up to 10 feet high here in Essex. But January 8th 2003 was pretty good and unforecasted, 12 " of the white stuff lay around for about 5 days before the Atlantic steamed in again, Thunderstorm wise again most of the crackers I remember were 1992 in the South East and the day darkness on the 5th or 6th August in the 80's, again Storms just do not seem what they used to, but have seen over 15 Supercells this century the other side of the pond, so does that count If i was to list in my 34 years on this planet, as follows 15 Supercells 3 Tornadoes 5 Amazing Snow Events (All last century) 3 Amazing T-Storms in the Uk (All last Century) 2 Incredible Storms 1987 & 1990 Regards Paul Sherman
  15. Severe Weather has moved further east today, with 2 Tornadoes reported in South Carolina, Strange report from one of the Nados has left 4 people injured and 8 Cars Piled on top of each other. Yesterdays Tornado count was 6 and unfortunately 3 or 4 people lost their lives, This season is starting out like last years. Paul Sherman
  16. Just checked the NOAA Spc site and 3 quite Powerfull Tornadoes recently in Louisiana, looks like a Trailor Park has been hit, 1 Fatality, 3 Children Missing And tens of people Hospitalized. NOT A good start to the year for Fatal Tornadoes. Paul Sherman
  17. Quite a Good Set Up for Tomorrow and certainly would not look out of place for Early Spring or Late Summer let alone nearly December. I'd expect a few Tubes from this near the Red River TX/OK Border, any further west is good Chase Country towards Childress, but any further east the terrain is an absolute Nightmare in South East Oklahoma, Good DP's though. DAY 2 CONVECTIVE OUTLOOK NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK 1135 AM CST TUE NOV 28 2006 VALID 291200Z - 301200Z ...THERE IS A SLGT RISK OF SVR TSTMS FROM TX/OK NEWD TO WRN IL... ...SYNOPSIS... SIGNIFICANT LARGE SCALE PATTERN CHANGE IS FORECAST OVER THE CNTRL U.S THROUGH WEDNESDAY AS A DEEP UPPER TROUGH...CURRENTLY ENCOMPASSING THE INTERMOUNTAIN WEST...TRANSLATES EWD. WHILE A PORTION OF SHORT WAVE ENERGY ASSOCIATED WITH THE LARGER SCALE TROUGH SYSTEM EJECTS NEWD FROM MT INTO SRN CANADA...ANOTHER VIGOROUS LOBE OF VORTICITY AND ITS ASSOCIATED JET SEGMENT WILL TRACK ACROSS THE GREAT BASIN AREA THROUGH TONIGHT...AND RESULT IN HEIGHT FALLS SPREADING EWD/SEWD ACROSS THE SRN HIGH PLAINS THROUGH THURSDAY MORNING. DYNAMIC FORCING ACCOMPANYING THE EWD TRANSITION OF THE LARGE SCALE TROUGH WILL ENHANCE DEEP-LAYER FRONTOGENESIS AND LIFT ALONG A STRONG COLD FRONT FORECAST TO SURGE INTO THE WRN GREAT LAKES...MIDWEST...AND SRN PLAINS REGIONS THROUGH LATE TOMORROW NIGHT. ...NRN TX...ERN OK...OZARKS... MOIST AXIS HAS BECOME WELL ESTABLISHED ACROSS THE SRN PLAINS GIVEN PERSISTENT SLY LOW LEVEL FLOW AND PASSAGE OF DEAMPLIFYING SHORT WAVE TROUGH EARLIER TODAY. CONTINUED MOISTURE TRANSPORT AHEAD OF THE COLD FRONT WILL MAINTAIN LOW TO MID 60S F DEWPOINTS ACROSS THE SRN PLAINS AND SUPPORT MUCAPES CLIMBING TO NEAR 1000 J/KG PERHAPS AS EARLY AS WEDNESDAY MORNING. LATEST NAM AND GFS ARE TRENDING A BIT FASTER WITH COLD FRONTAL PASSAGE ACROSS NWRN/CNTRL OK BY WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON BIT THERE ARE DIFFERENCES IN CONVECTIVE INITIATION NEAR THE FRONT WITH THE GFS SUGGESTING AN EARLIER START TO MORE VIGOROUS DEEP CONVECTION ACROSS OK/NORTH TX BY AFTERNOON. GIVEN FAVORABLE LARGE SCALE SUPPORT IN THE FORM OF INCREASINGLY DIFFLUENT/DIVERGENT FLOW IN RIGHT ENTRANCE REGION OF INTENSIFYING UPPER JET...AND GENERALLY WEAK CAP ACROSS MOIST AND UNSTABLE PRE-FRONTAL AIR MASS...TSTMS SHOULD INCREASE THROUGH THE AFTERNOON. SHEAR ACROSS THE REGION WILL STRENGTHEN THROUGH THE DAY AND SUPPORT ORGANIZED AND PERSISTENT UPDRAFTS CAPABLE OF HAIL AND DAMAGING WINDS. A SUPERCELL TORNADO AND/OR VERY LARGE HAIL THREAT APPEARS POSSIBLE ACROSS THE RED RIVER REGION DURING THE AFTERNOON OR EARLY EVENING WHERE THERMAL TROUGH/COLD FRONT INTERSECTION MAY ENHANCE LOW LEVEL MESOSCALE FORCING. BULK OF CONVECTION ACROSS THE REGION IS LIKELY TO LINE UP ALONG OR IMMEDIATELY BEHIND THE DEEPER FRONTAL CIRCULATION DEVELOPING SEWD ACROSS THE AREA THROUGH THE EVENING. IT IS POSSIBLE A LINEAR MCS WITH A CONTINUING SEVERE THREAT COULD EVOLVE ACROSS PARTS OF NERN OK AND NCNTRL TX INTO THE LATER EVENING. ...NRN MO TO IL... MOIST AXIS WILL BE NARROW AND CAPE WILL BE WEAKER FROM THE OZARKS NEWD ACROSS THE MS VALLEY INTO WRN IL. NONETHELESS...LIFT ALONG THE FRONT...AND INCREASINGLY STRONG UNIDIRECTIONAL SHEAR PROFILES...SUGGEST SOME POTENTIAL FOR NEAR SURFACE-BASED CONVECTION TO POSE A THREAT OF EITHER MARGINALLY SEVERE HAIL AND/OR HIGH WINDS. GIVEN CONSENSUS IN AVAILABLE GUIDANCE THAT A NARROW CORRIDOR OF AT LEAST 500 J/KG MUCAPE WILL BE AVAILABLE TO CONVECTION DEVELOPING NEAR THE ADVANCING FRONT...AND STRONG SIGNAL THAT VIGOROUS CONVECTIVE DEVELOPMENT WILL OCCUR WITHIN HIGH MOMENTUM REGIME...NEWD EXTENSION OF THE HIGHER SEVERE PROBABILITIES APPEARS PRUDENT AT THIS TIME. ..CARBIN.. 11/28/2006 Paul Sherman
  18. Ahhh the 28th January, was at work in London, and was serving someone at about 530pm in the shop when the sky lit up a brilliant blue, and then the North Bank of the Thames dissappeared under a carpet of White, only lasted for about an hour but travel chaos ensued in Central London, by the time i got to Upminster at about 730pm it took me 1/2 hour to get out of the Car Park, and then another hour to make the 20 mile drive down to Leigh On Sea, so I got in at 9pm from leaving work at 6pm. But was truly a great event, the temp dropped from 8.5c to 3.5c in under 20 minutes. Had Thundersnow lasy year but just one flash during a Snow Shower. Paul Sherman
  19. Yes this is the single most amazing Snowfall I have ever seen in Essex, we were hit extremely hard and i remember drifted snow of about 10 feet in places, if you add on the Great Storm in October 1987 thenthat was a pretty amazing year in weather terms. Paul S
  20. Thank you so much for posting this, I was 7 and living in Chelmsford, Essex, one of the severist winters I can remember, and those chats are mouth-watering, as TWS Says almost every possible synoptic set-up, you just do NOT Get those charts any more :o Why ?? Paul Sherman
  21. And what a Record against the Mighty Red Devils...............Played 1 Won 1, Impressive Paul Sherman
  22. Yep They dont make Winters like that anymore :ph34r: Paul S
  23. Snow Falling with Thundersnow near Buffalo (NY) Already some places reporting an accumalation with more lake effect snow for tonight. Could be record breaking as the earliest heavy snowfall for the area. Currently Lake temps at 62f with 1200-1500 Cape Available. Could also be problems as Trees in full leaf etc Paul Sherman
  24. Dont you just love the US Mid West http://nwstatic.co.uk/forum/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/laugh.gif http://nwstatic.co.uk/forum/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/laugh.gif A temperature swing of about 60f in a few days. Paul S Cannot wait to get out there next year again
  25. Will pop this into Historic Weather. Regards Paul Sherman
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