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    Warsaw, Poland. Formerly London.
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    Four true seasons. Hot summers and cold winters.

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  1. Here in Poland we've had the first snow of the season in the high Tatra mountains.
  2. Very windy day, not particularly cold but the wind has an edge to it. Feeling Autumnal this week that's for sure.
  3. All joking aside, at the risk of being a broken record... For the sanity of less experienced members (and some more experienced ones ). It is only September, and yes we can say as a purely factual statement that 'x model currently shows y' but worrying about whether that will verify at this range? Do your sanity a favour. Take a note of what the models say, file them away for scientific interest, wait until closer to winter and (shock horror!) even into winter itself to see what verifies and then we'll see what reality comes to pass compared to the NWP.
  4. Winter is over! (Had to be first 😆)

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    2. Frost HoIIow

      Frost HoIIow

      Haha karyo very true. Snow is an endangered species in the UK. 😁

    3. Spikecollie

      Spikecollie

      Hey, hold on a minute. While basking in a 30c evening I can easily feel my thoughts drifting to icy mornings and gentle snow cover on the hills for our first full winter here in the Monts d'Ambazac.

      Seriously though, this has been bizarre year here. Summer didn't really start until mi-juin. Two battering heatwaves, ongoing drought (see my France weather post) and a septembre that's like juillet. Anything could happen...

    4. Dorsetbred

      Dorsetbred

      Seems to get earlier each year!

  5. You have to laugh. It's like clockwork at this time of year. The usual 'Oh noes! Teh model showz mildz!!' and 'If teh model showz mild tehn it always verafies! zomg!' Followed by all the panicked posts responding to the aforementioned posts. Good for a laugh!
  6. When it is said there have only been 2 previous Southern Hemisphere SSWs on record, how far back to the records go?
  7. I agree, there is an exceptional event taking place in the southern hemisphere and it will be fascinating to see how it plays out for us on the other side of the world.
  8. Not to be a pedant, but the 'Beast from the East' was only a blip in an otherwise unremarkable winter for the UK. There'll be cooler winters but it'll be harder to yield significantly below average DJF CETs. I suspect there'll be more one off 'events' though, like hottest temperature ever this summer past, and the Beast of 2018.
  9. Coolish and grey after rain overnight. The scorching September of last year doesn't look like it'll be repeated. Hopefully a more normal Autumn to come to help nature follow more normal rhythms and replenish water levels.
  10. Returning to NW after a long absence. Hope everyone is well!

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    2. lassie23

      lassie23

      lol are you back for the snow

    3. Seasonality

      Seasonality

      Nah, just got a bit fed up towards the end of last winter with the endless wrist slitting and took a long break. Although the wrist slitting does provide the lolz I must admit.

    4. lassie23

      lassie23

      i think winter is over already lol

  11. Lol. ECM will put a cat amongst the pigeons this morning. Looking pretty good so far... Ok, not snowmageddon but better than the euro high muck being forecast earlier this week.
  12. UKMO and ECM not dissimilar at 144z. A plausible solution imo. And hope it comes off as it gives me another cold burst and evolves nicely on ECM which has been hinting at this for a couple of days. Plus a good push west would be nice too.
  13. After a milder weekend where we had quite a thaw the weather gods are trolling us today. I opened the front door this morning to another covering of thick, heavy snow. I was expecting a little but not that! A bit of a WTF moment.
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