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So this is what Exeter actually published UK Outlook for Sunday 20 Jan 2019 to Tuesday 29 Jan 2019: Sunday will be cold across the UK, but for many it will be dry; brightest in the southeast

Yes I have just spent some time comparing their forecast issued on their web site at 0025 with the two latest Fax charts for Tuesday. They seemed at odds and this forecast seems to suggest what I beli

In reply to this  My thoughts on this are that met 9 times out of 10 will go for the default outcome which is the milder weather or high pressure over the uk scenario!!its just easier for them co

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UK Outlook for Thursday 17 Jan 2019 to Saturday 26 Jan 2019:

Blustery, wintry showers will continue in northeastern areas on Thursday, but they will gradually ease. It will then be mostly settled, before thickening cloud and outbreaks of rain move eastwards during Friday. Winds will be strong with a risk of gales in the northeast at first, but they will ease for a time. Thereafter, it looks set to remain mainly cold, unsettled and sometimes windy, with gales possible in the north. Any milder spells will tend to be brief, and associated with longer spells of rain. The rain could turn to snow almost anywhere, but particularly across northern and central areas, especially later in this period. Some drier, brighter spells are likely, perhaps with snow showers, especially in the east. During such spells, frost could become widespread and severe.

https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast

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9 minutes ago, Summer Sun said:

UK Outlook for Thursday 17 Jan 2019 to Saturday 26 Jan 2019:

Blustery, wintry showers will continue in northeastern areas on Thursday, but they will gradually ease. It will then be mostly settled, before thickening cloud and outbreaks of rain move eastwards during Friday. Winds will be strong with a risk of gales in the northeast at first, but they will ease for a time. Thereafter, it looks set to remain mainly cold, unsettled and sometimes windy, with gales possible in the north. Any milder spells will tend to be brief, and associated with longer spells of rain. The rain could turn to snow almost anywhere, but particularly across northern and central areas, especially later in this period. Some drier, brighter spells are likely, perhaps with snow showers, especially in the east. During such spells, frost could become widespread and severe.

https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast

Sounds like the kitchen sink ..

I like the bolded bit, esp as someone with a bit of altitude ?

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17 minutes ago, northwestsnow said:

Sounds like the kitchen sink ..

I like the bolded bit, esp as someone with a bit of altitude ?

Yes you should do well

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So I make that: colder, unsettled, windy, gales, hill snow, longer spells of rain, snow showers in the east, dry and brighter spells, frosts.

Which weather types have they not included in the last paragraph of that? ? 

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22 minutes ago, northwestsnow said:

Sounds like the kitchen sink ..

I like the bolded bit, esp as someone with a bit of altitude ?

Jeeze are some of you never are satisfied, many on here have been thirsting for cold and snow since late October. It is now in the reliable time frame-yet you still carp about their phrasing. What do you feel should have been written?

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4 minutes ago, johnholmes said:

Jeeze are some of you never are satisfied, many on here have been thirsting for cold and snow since late October. It is now in the reliable time frame-yet you still carp about their phrasing. What do you feel should have been written?

Im not being funny here but you seem to have developed a bit of a habit of questioning my posts.. what part of that post of mine said i wasn't satisfied??????

You can always ignore them maybe that way you wont have to read them

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19 minutes ago, northwestsnow said:

Im not being funny here but you seem to have developed a bit of a habit of questioning my posts.. what part of that post of mine said i wasn't satisfied??????

You can always ignore them maybe that way you wont have to read them

I used your post to illustrate my comment, 'Jeeze are some of you never are satisfied' ,

perhaps you are just a bit touchy?

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1 minute ago, johnholmes said:

I used your post to illustrate my comment, 'Jeeze are some of you never are satisfied' ,

perhaps you are just a bit touchy?

Nope, i am certainly not touchy in any shape or form..

Lets leave it there if you dont mind. ta.

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31 minutes ago, johnholmes said:

Jeeze are some of you never are satisfied, many on here have been thirsting for cold and snow since late October. It is now in the reliable time frame-yet you still carp about their phrasing. What do you feel should have been written?

I think that's ok update if you want snow and frosty weather .   I don't think folks on here won't be happy until the meto say ? In  their update  Easterly winds   Blizzards  snow storms and the  River Thames  will freeze over.☺️

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UK Outlook for Sunday 27 Jan 2019 to Sunday 10 Feb 2019:

During the last week of January and into early February, there is an increased likelihood of cold weather being established across all of the UK, with temperatures continuing a downward trend to become cold or very cold. This would bring a greater risk of snow, ice and widespread frost, particularly across northern parts of the country. However, there remains uncertainty over the extent of the cold weather and how long it will last, and it is still possible that some milder and wetter interludes will intersperse this generally cold period, especially in the south.

https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast

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1 minute ago, Summer Sun said:

UK Outlook for Sunday 27 Jan 2019 to Sunday 10 Feb 2019:

During the last week of January and into early February, there is an increased likelihood of cold weather being established across all of the UK, with temperatures continuing a downward trend to become cold or very cold. This would bring a greater risk of snow, ice and widespread frost, particularly across northern parts of the country. However, there remains uncertainty over the extent of the cold weather and how long it will last, and it is still possible that some milder and wetter interludes will intersperse this generally cold period, especially in the south.

https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast

“Cold or very cold” a good change 

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5 minutes ago, Summer Sun said:

UK Outlook for Sunday 27 Jan 2019 to Sunday 10 Feb 2019:

During the last week of January and into early February, there is an increased likelihood of cold weather being established across all of the UK, with temperatures continuing a downward trend to become cold or very cold. This would bring a greater risk of snow, ice and widespread frost, particularly across northern parts of the country. However, there remains uncertainty over the extent of the cold weather and how long it will last, and it is still possible that some milder and wetter interludes will intersperse this generally cold period, especially in the south.

https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast

Ooo la la!

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The fact it talks about the north in particular seeing very cold conditions and the south in particular being affected by any milder interludes, is quite nice to someone living in the Midlands. Screams snow potential.

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