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  1. I think the current ongoing situation is one we are going to remember for the rest of our days no doubt....but within the memories I think will be attached this Spring's weather as so often memories do with the weather. Certainly this is the best Spring I have ever experienced since l moved here in 1997. All 3 months have held up exceptionally well where as many other years one of the 3 months has stood out as good but one of the others has let it down (see 2018, 2012, 2008, 2007, 2003, 1998 as examples).
  2. I have a very good memory of Summer 1987 (well from July 3rd to August 8th) as I was 16 at the time and on holiday in the UK as I then lived in Australia. The combination of being in a foreign country, at a formative age has meant things like the weather have stuck in my head. My main memory is of arriving on the second Friday of the Wimbledon Championships at the start of a fantastic 4 day heatwave in which temps reached 30 degrees widely. This of course took in the Mens Final Day where Aussie Pat Cash won his only Grand Slam Championship. My family all went to the Henley Regatta that d
  3. Wow! Im really surprised to see how low the Manchester Summer Index is in your signature. I view anything as under 200 as being poor as indeed I think all the summers 2007-2012 were. Down here on the south coast I would think our index would be significantly higher. Although it is currently rather poor I would say up to the half way point this Summer has to certainly be seen as above average.
  4. Using the BBC's figures for Pershore I get a final CET figure of 17.3. Will be interesting to see how this goes as a predictor from the 10 day out mark.
  5. Very possible we could clear 16.1 for the month now (will depend on what the last 5 days of June bring us - models in FI are suggesting a cooler more average outlook) and if we do that by my reckoning that will make this the warmest June since 1976!
  6. Roger J Smith - Further to your analysis of Summers following warm May's. Could you do this with regards to years 1998 & 2008? Both had rubbish summers after warm and sunny May's. Indeed seems to be a bit of a curse for years ending in 8 when you throw in 1978 and 1918. My own analysis of this has looked at all the years since 1900 (dont trust the pre 20th century warm figures) with 13+ CET for May and throwing in one exception. They are as follows: 1918, 1919, 1947, 1952, 1964, 1970, 1989,1992, 1998, 2008. I would also like to throw in 1911 which had a May CET of 12.9 Of these t
  7. I do think such comments almost invite 3 below average Summer months...whenever the weather in Britain becomes a talking point you can guarantee it will change. Anyway I think its very possible now the CET could just scrape into the 13s which would be the first time since 2008.
  8. Something like this has been close to how I feel 2017 is going to pan out for quite some while based purely on the 1997 & 2007 factor. (Ok we all know the last number in the year has no effect in determining the weather....and yet...rinse and repeat of those earlier two years seems so likely? why is that?). Anyway the irony is you posted this 2 days before Christmas and so far the script has followed your prediction with only minor variations. I look forward to this April putting 2007 and 2011 in the shade and can't quite believe it will do that but I'm pretty certain like you t
  9. Looked touch and go there for a while but it would seem so. Possible date record however?
  10. That outlook is a masterpiece in saying absolutely nothing of any significance whilst at the same time giving the impression of being of great importance. Well done on whoever composed it even if I still have absolutely no idea as to how the Met Office thinks the Summer will pan out.
  11. It will be very exciting if those models come off for the 13th of June...since its the only day in the whole of meteorological Summer that has never NEVER recorded a maximum temperature of above 30C anywhere in the UK. Which is pretty freaky when you think that there are plenty of days in both May and September that have reached this mark.
  12. Only once since 1846 has June managed to reach the 17 mark on the CET. That was the record breaking 1976. Could 2014 go beyond this level? Is it even possible for such figures to be recorded in June with modern (aka accurate) measuring equipment? Will the 13th of June ever see 30C reached as a maximum? All this to be answered (or not) in the coming month.
  13. That Netweather forecast has a sub 200 Manchester Summer Index written all over it.
  14. I'll play this month. Put me in for 11.6. Just below the 1981-2010 averages.
  15. I quite agree. The 61-90 average really has little relevance to todays temps. At the very least the 71-2000 averages should be used.
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