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  1. A shiny new thread to take us into the new winter season. Lot's of potential in current model output to suggest that there are some turbulent times ahead as we enter the first week of December, with plenty more wind and rain on the cards. As usual when storms get officially named by the Met Office they'll be given their own separate thread as we've been doing over the last few weeks for Abigail, Barney & yesterdays storm Clodagh. Carry on the discussion! This is how the 12z suite currently see Saturday at the moment, the ECM is the best performing model as verification stats show time and time again (and my personal favourite) So I would normally side with it's solution, but it's quite a volatile set up and 5 days away so I don't think either model has quite nailed it yet, and no clear picture from the ensembles either, Although UKMO & ECM are very similar. GEFSP UKMO ECM GEM JMA
  2. Heres a new thread to carry on discussing the potential storms we are facing over Christmas week. Stay ON topic please. None of this north vs south carry on and bickering etc Enjoy
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