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  1. He has been wrong in the past. I hope he is right about the Canadian Warming bit, though.
  2. Are you suggesting the Russian High might move over towards Scandanavia?
  3. Is a pv disruption likely by mid December then?
  4. Personally I'm glad we won't be seeing 30c in London this week. I don't fancy it when stuck in traffic jams! It's welcome when i'm off and can go to the seaside or a local park.
  5. Looks like some intense thunderstorms are on their way up from France! https://en.sat24.com/en/eu/km
  6. I'm glad we don't get humidity like this regularly. I could never live in South East Asia for this reason. Looking forward to the thunder and lightning later on tonight!
  7. Could the Kent region get some snow on Saturday night? If so, i'm going to drive there to see it:)
  8. When did it last snow in London during April? I would love a bit of nightime snow this April (very unlikely, i know) , it would be gone in the morning, but snow in London usually does not hang around long anyway.
  9. Hello Tom, That would do nicely. Can you make it happen:) I will read that article you mentioned. Thanks.
  10. Well, i am not losing hope for some snow after reading Tom's post about that April snowfall. I am definitely not in the isn't this weather wonderful camp- it's just wrong for it to be so mild at this time of year. Nature will hopefully balance things out come March. A March like 2013, except a bit snowier, would be nice!
  11. Roll on The Siberian Beast in March. I'm not ready for spring just yet. I'd settle even for just one more night of snow with a decent covering.
  12. The posting style of some posters gives the impression that they think it is a certainity. When it does not happen they often cite an extenuating circumstance- with the phantom of easterly 2012 it was a sudden uptick in solar actvity.... On another occasion it was because the vortex had displaced, rather than split, despite the overwhelmingly evidence saying it had. I am not trying to disparage others for putting their thoughts out there, and just having go because they they got it wrong, rather it think it's better to admit when something is a bust and look for the reasons why.
  13. Will that low in the Atlantic topple South East, or will the high be toppled instead by energy running over the top?
  14. In CSF we trust. It's more likely that Lord Lucan will be found alive and well somewhere in Greenland. I am done chasing phantom north easterlies- unless they are showing at t-48 on the models during the last week of February?
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