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    Yorkshire Puddin' aka Kirkham, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom
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    I love cool/cold winters, cool/cold springs, cool/cold summers and cool/cold autumns. I love cool/cold Atlantic weather types. I love "cool/cold sunshine and cool/cold gentle showers" weather types. I love cool/cold/frosty sunny weather types. I love snowy/sleety/blizzards weather types. I love cool/cold and stormy/thundery weather types. I love cool/cold and cloudy and cool/cold foggy weather types. I love cool/cold and light rain/drizzle weather types. I love Maritime Polar and Continental Polar and Arctic airmasses.

    I hate mild/warm winters, mild/hot springs, mild/hot summers and mild/hot autumns. I hate mild/warm and humid Atlantic weather types. I hate mild/hot and sunny weather types. I hate mild/hot and stormy/thundery weather types. I hate mild/hot and humid continental weather types. I hate mild/warm and cloudy and mild/warm and foggy weather types. I hate moderate and torrential intensity rain weather types regardless of temperature. I hate gale force and worse force winds without snow. I hate mild/warm and light rain/drizzle weather types. I hate Maritime Tropical and Continental Tropical airmasses.
  • Weather Preferences
    cold winters, cold springs, cold summers and cold autumns

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  1. If I remember correctly Augusts 1997 and 2004 both had a lot of hot, humid and thundery plumes which led to very warm CETs in both cases despite the near record amounts of average monthly rainfall. August 2004s warmth and rainfall was also bolstered by an unusual amount of sub-tropical cyclones such as the one that brought the infamous Boscastle flood. July 2010 was also a very warm but very wet Atlantic dominated month, ironically the only month with that combination of conditions in between November 2009 and February 2011.
  2. 20.5C Last sub 12C June in 1972. Last sub 13C and last sub 13.5C June in 1991. 200 mm from Atlantic garbage and monsoons.
  3. Rest in pieces 'spring' 2019! 17.5C Last sub 9C May in 1902. Last sub 10C May in 1996. Last sub 11C May in 2015. 200mm from monsoons and Atlantic garbage!
  4. Its a shame that the slowdown won't be enough to stop and reverse the Artic and Antarctic rapid meltdowns.
  5. Since I love proper cold and dry crisp weather in all seasons my best eather types are any that bring clean crisp dry Arctic or Continental Polar air whether its from Northwesterlies, straight Northerlies, Northeasterlies, Easterlies or even clean Rex bloke highs. I also love Maritime Polar Northwesterlies and Westerlies as long as they are not too wet! Gentle showers or light rain or snow, nothing more. Sadly Arctic and Atlantic warming has decreased the potency and frequency of all our classic cold setups.
  6. I hate all mild Atlantic driven weather patterns regardless of season and I hate all heatwave patterns regardless of whether its Maritime Tropical air or Continental Tropical air involved.
  7. I've just looked in the Greenland Ice thread and for the first time ever, at least from what I've seen, virtually the whole Northern Hemisphere is forcasted to have warmer than average 500HPA Heights.

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    2. snowray
    3. karyo


      What 'swings and roundabouts' do you see @Astral Goat Juice?

    4. Astral Goat Juice

      Astral Goat Juice

      @karyo The fact it's happened many times over millennia. It's nothing new. 

  8. 14C Last sub 5C April in 1837. Last sub 6C April in 1986. Last sub 7C April in 1989. Last sub 7.5C April in 2012. 200mm of Atlantic garbage!
  9. I am not going to bring any children into this unjust, overheating and overpopulated world.

    1. karyo


      Good! As you say, the planet is overpopulated already.

  10. Days since last heatwave and moorland fire in Britain? Zero.:oldsad:

  11. Gray-Wolf, I think we will be very lucky if Antarctic Ice Loss and Arctic Ice "only" cause a Super-Interglacial. I fear more likely we are gonna end up in a full blown greenhouse era. We are already on track to be warmer than at least 4C above the global 1750 average. Even the Super-Interglacials of the Quaternary were only 1.5C-2C above the global 1750 average. I also think there could be more than sea level rise involved in the pole to pole melt connection. Loss of most if not all of Antarctic Ice would reduce or even eliminate Antarctic Bottom Water production in the Southern Ocean. With less AABW or no even no AABW in the North Atlantic Ocean, North Atlantic Deep Water production would increase bigtime which in turn would beef up the warm Gulf Stream current. This would cause rapid warming and deglaciation of both Greenland and the Arctic Sea Ice.
  12. First 20CA In winter coming up no doubt with this early heatwave.:oldsad:

  13. 12C Last sub 2C March in 1883. Last sub 3C and last sub 4C March in 2013. Last sub 5C and last sub 5.5C March in 2018. 200mm of Atlantic garbage.
  14. I'm sorry to disappoint you but I'm not Noah.  I wish I was though.

    1. Ed Stone

      Ed Stone

      Build it, they will come.

    2. Mokidugway


      Rub it ,it will come 🤔

  15. I hate it when forecasts rub it in these days by saying "no easterly" or "no beast from the east".

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    2. Dami


      or rain preceded by snow.

    3. snow*please


      I agree! proper inconsiderate of them. Us coldies have feelings too 😭😂

    4. lassie23


      or in your face you cold-loving ******

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