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Gerryhattrick

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  1. 1 hour ago, RhysWales said:

    Beat me to it. It's quite annoying how Newport is always under a 'blank' graphic on that though- we're a snow shield! All signals point to even lower land in the east doing great, fingers crossed. Get the feeling further west the less cold interlude will hopefully not present too much of a problem!

    Don't worry its just the way the image is pixalated those snow depths will reach the coast. Just a poor resolution image

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  2. The first stage of the SSW threw the models into turmoil for a while until the ECM latched onto the current cold run and the others slowly followed suit. This cold spell is now odds on for next week. Do you think the second SSW we have witnessed will also throw the models in the coming days?

    Hope not as it will cause chaos in here, by the way last few pages in this thread have been bliss long may it continue. 

  3. 6 minutes ago, Allseasons-si said:

    Does balloon data etc acount for SSW's?

     

    Just now, bobbydog said:

    i would think its all just raw data and atmospheric condition readings. pressure, temperature, wind speeds etc but the point is, if these are changing faster than usual, then no matter how fast the processor speed of these computers, that data still has to get to them whilst its still valid. i would imagine that collecting all that data right now is pretty chaotic.

    My sentiments exactly. I think this is going to be a case of suck it and see with models chopping and changing every run

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  4. Don't understand the people on the MOD thread. They lambaste eachother about what might happen 6, 8, 10 days from now saying there's no point as it may not verify but isn't that the point of the thread? Who knows what will happen, which model will verify (if any) . For me it shows trends and after all it's about the chase.

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