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Les Penniston

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  1. Remember a Steven Prudence used to be a memeber on here many years ago
  2. Just on about him in model discussion havent seen his posts for a long time
  3. Not so funny but do love the christmas shaker although for me its been stuck on 15% for the last 19 years.
  4. All ive seen is members looking so far ahead on the hunt for cold discussion and getting excited over charts that were never going to materialise, so pleased no one is making any comments on there no more, the killer has been the stubborn high pressure whether anything changes in the next couple of weeks will have to see. Les
  5. Thanks for the above post great memories the 7th was a Monday had a week in Buxton [with school] the snow they got was great to see compared to living on the east coast bar the beast from the east. The 13th we had a blizzard in Lincolnshire the snow was on the ground till boxing day, back then was a case of watching the BBC weather after the news and listening to Radio 4. Regarding the modules i remember the forecasters saying about knife edge situations back then saying the mild would push through but the cold stayed and was prolonged. Interesting to see whats happening now but sometimes
  6. If i remember correctly the end of November we had a northerly and snow on the ground for a few days which was early for us.
  7. Good post same here long time member and as usual each winter looking at charts to far in advance some never learn. Les
  8. Well this will be my 11th winter of model watching never say to much but do plenty of reading and unfortunately some never learn and want to write a winter off before it starts, whatever the models show is based on computers and data, some years a cold spell develops out of nothing and they are probably the best ones rather than a raging easterly showing for days to be let down at the last minute. The weather whatever should be enjoyed, the models are a guide only and instead of posting because we are not getting what we want is a bit pointless, we have a good two and a half months to enjo
  9. Well even though what has been said in the papers or predicted by every one how this winter will turn out its been at least 20 months since i have seen snow on the ground, and here i wouldn't be surprised if we don't see any this December. Les
  10. Evening all If the models do play game and we end up with a nice snowy cold spell can we discuss it and enjoy and not look for a breakdown straight away after all this model watching and waiting over this winter. cheers Les
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