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  1. Good Evening all, a very seasonable feeling day with the frost remaining in the shadows all day. Far far better than low to mid single digits and rain! Hope there are more days like this to come
  2. I would be more than happy to take all your rain! Don't mind more wet weather!
  3. It is unfortunate, but I suppose even in a more typical pattern there would still be rain. I would much rather have cold rain over mild rain!
  4. I think there are lots to positive about, the outlook is still average/ cooler than average. Yes, it's unfortunately not a Winter Wonderland but I'm just happy that we finally have average/cooler temperatures - (where they should be). I think we've done pretty well to achieve this stretch of cooler than average and seasonable conditions. I'm just glad to see the weather which isn't milder than average! Also, it's not like the Continent has been plunged into the freezer and we're missing out, there's just any cold air, so I suppose it is a bit of solace.
  5. Forgive my ignorance, but wouldn’t it be a normal area of low pressure by that point so why would the NHC be interested?
  6. Yeah I agree. I was talking more in terms of there automated forecasts which indicate many hours of thunderstorms tomorrow. Although I know we shouldn’t take automated forecasts literally.
  7. MetOffice seem really bullish in regards to thunderstorm risk tommorow. Is it going to be more fork lightning rather the elevated lightning of late?
  8. Most likely 32.9C was the temp to beat and currently showing 33C, I think its unlikely though that we will beat the all time temp record.
  9. @shaky The highest temperature for Leicester was recorded at Newtown Linford was 34.5 °C (94.1 °F) during August 1990 although a temperature of 35.1 °C (95.2 °F) was achieved at Leicester University during August 2003.
  10. So for us in the Midlands the highest ever temperature recorded in Birmingham (Airport) was 34.9C set in August. The forecasted high for EGBB is currently 34C so will be close!
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