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So this is the thread for anyone effectively north of the river thames. Just the usual request to keep discussion on the weather and keep up the good work with being civil and respectful. Thankyou.
Please continue here.... link to the previous thread - http://forum.netweather.tv/topic/79703-south-east-england-east-anglia-regional-weather-discussion-130314/page-41 So, who's looking forward to the milder weekend and what are you all going to be doing?
Please continue your regional weather based discussions here: Link to the previous thread: http://forum.netweather.tv/topic/79592-south-east-england-east-anglia-regional-weather-discussion-010314/page-40 ......and a reminder of the Met Office warnings for Fog which may be slow to clear in a few places particularly coastal areas but should thin and lift for most giving us another dry day with sunny spells.. Yellow Warning of Fog for London & South East England : Bracknell Forest, Brighton and Hove, Buckinghamshire, East Sussex, Greater London, Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Kent, Medway, Milton Keynes, Oxfordshire, Portsmouth, Reading, Slough, Southampton, Surrey, West Berkshire, West Sussex, Windsor and Maidenhead & Wokingham Yellow Warning of Fog for East of England : Bedford, Cambridgeshire, Central Bedfordshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Luton, Norfolk, Peterborough, Southend-on-Sea, Suffolk & Thurrock Fog patches are expected to form overnight onwards into early Thursday morning, becoming dense in places with visibility below 200 metres at times. The public should be aware of the potential for some difficult driving conditions and disruption to travel, particularly during the morning rush hour. Issued at: 1541 on Wed 12 Mar 2014 Valid from: 0200 on Thu 13 Mar 2014 Valid to: 1015 on Thu 13 Mar 2014 Light winds and clear skies overnight and during Thursday morning will allow fog to form in places. Not everywhere in the yellow area will see fog, but where it forms it is likely to be dense at times, especially in low-lying areas. The fog will then slowly clear through the middle of the morning. http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/warnings/#?regionName=uk&from=rss&sn=C35676E9-5893-EA9D-DA17-B5CD22B45720_5_SE&tab=warnings&map=Warnings&zoom=5&lon=-3.50&lat=55.50&fcTime=1394668800
Here we are ....a nice new 'spring clean' thread (as it's officially Spring in Meteorological terms) there are a few definitions of when Spring officially begins the Solar Spring actually began about a month ago (not that you would have noticed really). The Solar seasons are determined by the length of daylight hours. Here in the UK our shortest days are between November and January, and this is classed as the Solar Winter - hence the Solar Spring begins in February. The Astronomical seasons are determined by the tilt of the Earth on it's axis. The Astronomical Spring begins on the Vernal Equinox which is the moment when the angle of the Earth's axis is neither inclined away from or towards the sun. This year the Vernal Equinox occurs on the 20th March in the Northern Hemisphere. The Meteorological seasons are the four commonly known seasons that we all know - Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. The Meteorological seasons are simply based upon temperature, with Winter typically being the coldest time of year and Summer the warmest. The 12 months of the year are split into 3 month seasons so given that the coldest weather here in the UK typically occurs between December and February this is classed as the Meteorological Winter. This ended yesterday meaning that Spring starts today - the 1st March and unlike this thread will last until the Meteorological Summer begins on the 1st June! So as we are mainly here to discuss the weather in this region (with some other humorous, informative and chatty posts thrown in for good measure) tell us about your local conditions and how you plan to make the most of this (hopefully) more user friendly time of year.... Link to the previous one here...... http://forum.netweather.tv/topic/79527-south-east-england-east-anglia-regional-weather-discussion-220214/page-34#entry2940608