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  1. Hello and welcome to the brand new thread and maybe the first one for 2015. To everyone on netweather have a happy new year. However back to on topic things some models are showing storms ( fine detail will come later as some go out to deep unreliable time-frame or whatever you want to call I am not talking about the new year's storm so here is a link to the new year's storm discussion below https://forum.netweather.tv/topic/82129-new-years-day-possible-storm/ So let's use the soon to be main GFS model the GFS Parallel which will soon replace the old GFS which is still in
  2. Introduction At the start of January 2005 we saw a very unsettled period of weather. But on 11th and 12th of January one of the worst wind storms to hit Scotland arrived and left it's mark to this day. I'm going to talk about it for those who are interested. The Build Up At 12pm on 10th January forecast models showed a well devloped low out in the middle of the Atlantic. It started to head North East towards the UK. Weather models were saying it would deepen a lot before it would arrive. On the evening of the 10th forecasts turned even more worrying as they said there is a chance of explosive
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