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    Beccles, Suffolk.
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  1. Well, at least the GFS 12Z operational isn't out on its own. So perhaps a sign of better things to come?
  2. Is this, bearing in mind possible MJO-developments, real cause for optimism? Or is it just another quasi-random flap, by the GFS? More runs needed?
  3. I'll tell what gets my goat, lass (even more than not getting any snow) not getting any snow after being repeatedly assured that 'snow is on the way, but the models just haven't smelled the coffee yet'!
  4. And, anywho, there's still plenty of wiggle-room within the GEFS 06Z ensembles:
  5. It's fair to say that the 'smart money' ought to go on the PFJ being pushed away northward, as we approach the Festive Period, IMO; signs for anything properly cold are fading all the while: That said, I'd much prefer very mild and bright days to a run of seemingly-endless anticyclonic gloom, the like of which we experienced, just post Xmas, last year... So enjoy whatever snow you get, these coming few days?
  6. Nice charts...For any time between March and October, that is! Chance of verifying? Close to zero? Phew!!
  7. Aye; and all very consistent with both the seasonal models and GP's thoughts. So, stretching into February -- how will the NHP respond to the weakening of the PFJ? Will it give us a snowy Spring, like 1975, or will Europe warm up at a phenomenal rate...Or, none of the above!
  8. I wasn't sure where to post this, but the present state of the IOD might be responsible for the persistently positive temperature anomaly, over Southeastern Europe...? The climate phenomenon linking floods and bushfires WWW.BBC.CO.UK A climate system in the Indian Ocean, known as the dipole, is behind extreme weather events in East Africa and Australia.
  9. You've found the 'trend-setter' then, BA? We all knew it just had to be there, somewhere...?
  10. Alas though, Jon...the snowy runs are submerged under a smorgasbord of grot... What's more -- the GFS operationals are, as per usual, flapping around like sheets in the wind?
  11. It could be, tinybill...But I suspect it's more inline with P. T. Barnum, in saying, there's a sucker born every minute?
  12. ^^ Indeed. I'm sure the Daily Excreta's headline-writers are already busy...?
  13. Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear! It looks like election-day snow has been replaced with windy, mildish grot...But, for the many, not for the few! And, with talk of milder sw'erlies taking over with time, it reminds be a bit of December 1974...Now, there's a scary thought!
  14. Blimey peeps! Only one page of posts, since I went to bed, last night?? Can things really be that bad?
  15. I'm a tad worried by the simultaneous tail-end rises in SLP and temperatures...I'd even fear a possible Bartlett, were it not for the fact that it's all so far out in la la land, as to be academic anyway... Slaps wrist and punches face, for having such perniciously subversive thoughts!
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