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  1. Evening All.!!!! The hot spell is nothing out of the ordinary. Back in the 1930s temps peaked above 40C! Anyway back to the hear and now...the low developing over the UK by midweek is a rain maker. It won't be heat we are talking about , but the news headlines will be about torrential rain and flash flooding. The computer model output but the extended weather pattern from next weekend onwards remains in the High Shannon Entropy region!!!!
  2. Evening All.A hot few days in the souff east a very warm week next week with increasingly thundery downpours. Anyone thinking this is not normal let's go back to 1984. Many many weeks of above average temperatures and low rainfall. Historical Weather is what I deal with , so anybody having a question please let me know!
  3. Feels more like Winter in the wind today 11c now down from 15c earlier this morning.
  4. Evening All! Hope you are all well. The upcoming cold spell is unusual in its severity but certainly not unknown. May 1996 saw some brutal cold across the nation, for this time of year, lots of snow fell in over the moors and tors of Cornwall and Devon. Sunday into Monday looks very interesting, snow at low levels possible even as far south as Cornwall And the Channel Islands and the Scilly Islands. Models agree at short range , !
  5. Afternoon All ! Anyone wanting some early heat may be a bit dissapointed. Both Ecm and Gfs show pressure building across the nation, next week but as the air is sourced from the north it won't be that warm with some pontentially cold nights with some frost. Looks like some lovely sunny days for most perhaps the gfs is overdoing the showers and lower pressure to the south west of Britain. ....
  6. Evening! Both models are showing in some way a depletion in air pressure by the weekend , watch this space. ..
  7. Evening! As the country goes in lock down, the weather goes in upgrade for winter lovers, feeling bitter in the winds , sleet and snow look likely this coming weekend. ...Grim weather for this time of year. ...Enjoy the next few sunny mild days ,!!!
  8. You have to laugh really, now we are in Spring the models are showing the best set of atmospheric synoptics we have had all Winter!!!
  9. Evening All! We are now entering a dramatic synoptic change of what seems to be an endless run of Atlantic weather. It looks as though winds will be blowing in from anywhere between north and east in general in the weeks ahead. So rainfall looks as though it's on the decrease and colder than average temperatures too. Not that unusual for this synoptic pattern at this time of year. Both ecm and gfs shows potentially some Heavy thundery wintry showers this time next week, Watch this space....!
  10. The Spanish Flu killed 50 million people between 1918 and 1920. The world's population was then around 1.5 billion , .We now have about 7 billion people now . I think governments and picticularly China have told us lies like they always do. Why so much hysteria? Will be interesting to see the unfolding situation, but if you look at the news tonight rather scary stuff, or scaremongering? Ian.
  11. Evening All, ! A major weather pattern change into next week , we loose the high pressure from southern Europe and develop an high over to the north east of the uk. Not game over for winter lovers though, ! 1916 saw really heavy snowstorms in late March. ..
  12. Evening All! As long as the predicted high pressure over southern and south eastern Europe continues its Tiddly Pip for real winter weather. It needs a complete change in synoptics . This Winter has been dominated by this weather, and shows no signs of change at the moment. February can often deliver The coldest of British Winter weather, often happens in February and one can hope that high pressure develops to the North of the UK, which will deliver the goods. An old saying many centuries old in Britain " As the days grow longer the Cold Gets Stronger"
  13. Good Evenight Folks! Hope everyone is getting there Boiler primed and serviced because there is some very cold nights in some locations and even Jack Frost making an appearance in one or two prime locations a very early start to the meteorological Autumn. A semi settled spell coming up but the jet stream is too strong to allow pressure to build strongly across the nation.. Watch this space..?
  14. A definite wind convergence across the south midlands hence the line of storms and rain we have had thunder and lightning here in Evesham?
  15. Good evening! An insane run from gfs tonight with some deep lows looks more like Autumn / Winter than late summer. Some notable cooler spells too as the deep lows moving away spill cold from an increasingly cold Greenland and Artic and would not be surprised to see some frosts in Scotland and snow on the highest mountains...and even further south some chilly if not cold nights...Its been a long time since we've had a strong jet stream fuelled by an very early freeze in the Artic and a strong sub tropical Azores .....A roller coaster run unfortunately it's still Summer!......
  16. Good Evening! Perhaps a dusting of snow for the likes of Ben Nevin etc
  17. Evening! Well if you roll through the ecm and gfs in the next ten days Autumn like charts with pockets of Tropical Maritme punched in!!! By the The interesting thing tonight is how cold Northern Scotland gets cold by Monday
  18. Evening.. 2012 ..? No but echoes of that year , this year, and August looks very wet...potential flooding. . But that's the great British weather ?
  19. Good Evening ! Southern Britain. looks to be in for a soaking at some point early next week...Thanks to an extropical storm!
  20. Really, windchill is really any temperature what makes you evaporate your sweat etc of your skin, and makes you feel cooler or cold,..try having a hot shower then open the door to the landing believe me it feels cold. That rush off the cold landing is quite refreshing!
  21. Evening ! Very surprised it didn't go donkeys years ago, I think the lowest night uk temp was around 23c, back in the 1930s 40s in London! Its about time that record was beaten especially given the concrete tarmac and building a bigger ever London and of course the antropegnic warming.! Anyway looking forward to some Violent thunderstorms on Tuesday /Wednesday after a very warm evening..we are certainly due a few ! I will be staying in the pop up tent with my Brindle at the bottom of my garden. .looking forward to the next round of thunderstorms by Thursday, after that it looks like the Atlantic is in control.
  22. Good morning! Well looks like a very warm humid spell for next week but increasingly unsettled especially for southern Britain and if the models stick to there output this morning the news maker next week will be flooding issues over parts of the country which have not had much rain so far this month?
  23. Evening , next week's weather is out to the jury, a forecasters nightmare, but reading between the lines a warm up for next week but with some Heavy thundery downpours before the Atlantic air moves in.....that's my thoughts with a human brain rather than a computer. ....
  24. Good Evening! The overall theme from the models well Ecm in picticular is a stronger jet stream from midweek onwards,
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