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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    UK Outlook for Monday 17 Feb 2014 to Monday 3 Mar 2014:

     

    Current indications point towards early February's changeable conditions persisting through the rest of the month. The most likely scenario during this period would see northwestern parts of the UK affected by the most frequent spells of unsettled and windy weather. Meanwhile southern and eastern regions will tend to see the longer spells of drier and brighter weather, especially later in the month. Some colder periods are possible, particularly between the weather systems. This would mean that temperatures are likely to remain close to the seasonal average, with frost and ice possible by night.

     

    http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast/london-greater-london#?tab=regionalForecast

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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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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn
    UK Outlook for Tuesday 18 Feb 2014 to Tuesday 4 Mar 2014:

    Current indications point towards early February's changeable conditions persisting through the rest of the month. The most likely scenario during this period would see northwestern parts of the UK affected by the most frequent spells of unsettled and windy weather. Meanwhile southern and eastern regions should tend to see longer spells of drier and brighter weather than previous weeks, although still with some rain-bearing systems. This would mean that temperatures are likely to remain close to, or just above, the seasonal average, but with some colder periods possible, with the risk of frost and ice, and hill snow.

    Updated: 1206 on Mon 3 Feb 2014

     

     

    http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn
    UK Outlook for Saturday 8 Feb 2014 to Monday 17 Feb 2014:

    It will be a wet and windy start to the weekend, with locally heavy rain spreading northeast on Saturday, and strong to gale force winds, locally severe gale in exposure. This will be followed by clearer, showery weather, these showers likely to be heavy and thundery at times with a risk of hail, and falling as snow over higher ground. It will remain unsettled and occasionally windy through the following week with further showers or longer spells of rain, these occasionally heavy and with hill snow in the north. The best of any drier and brighter interludes will probably be in the east and southeast. A dip in temperatures in the south around Sunday, but otherwise temperatures mostly near normal, the risk of frost and ice mainly in the north.

    Updated: 1258 on Mon 3 Feb 2014

     

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  • Location: Ribble Valley
  • Location: Ribble Valley

     

    UK Outlook for Saturday 8 Feb 2014 to Monday 17 Feb 2014:

    It will be a wet and windy start to the weekend, with locally heavy rain spreading northeast on Saturday, and strong to gale force winds, locally severe gale in exposure. This will be followed by clearer, showery weather, these showers likely to be heavy and thundery at times with a risk of hail, and falling as snow over higher ground. It will remain unsettled and occasionally windy through the following week with further showers or longer spells of rain, these occasionally heavy and with hill snow in the north. The best of any drier and brighter interludes will probably be in the east and southeast. A dip in temperatures in the south around Sunday, but otherwise temperatures mostly near normal, the risk of frost and ice mainly in the north.

    Updated: 1258 on Mon 3 Feb 2014

     

    http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

     

    Looks like a rinse and repeat of the last two months. Hats off to the Meto, MOGREPS and  GLOSEA 5 have been fantastic at spotting trends this winter.

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    Looks like a rinse and repeat of the last two months. Hats off to the Meto, MOGREPS and  GLOSEA 5 have been fantastic at spotting trends this winter.

     

    The EC32 hasn't done bad either

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  • Location: Bedworth, North Warwickshire 404ft above sea level
  • Location: Bedworth, North Warwickshire 404ft above sea level

    The EC32 hasn't done bad either

    Wish you'd change your avatar, everytime I see you post, i think it's good news lol :-D

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  • Location: Ludgershall, Wiltshire
  • Location: Ludgershall, Wiltshire

    Looks like a rinse and repeat of the last two months. Hats off to the Meto, MOGREPS and  GLOSEA 5 have been fantastic at spotting trends this winter.

    There's only been one trend this Winter! Agree though they have been good.
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  • Location: Ludgershall, Wiltshire
  • Location: Ludgershall, Wiltshire

    The EC32 hasn't done bad either

    Yes the EC32 has been very good this Winter and somewhat better than last year! It did get an upgrade though.
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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Sunday 9 Feb 2014 to Tuesday 18 Feb 2014:

    Sunday starting very unsettled with widespread showers and bands of locally heavy rain affecting many areas, with gales, locally severe gale in exposure. Some of the showers will be heavy and thundery with a risk of hail, and snow on high ground. Through Sunday there will be a gradual easing of wind and showers. It will remain unsettled through the following week with a continuing risk of gales or severe gales, further showers or longer spells of rain, these occasionally heavy and with hill snow in the north. The best of any drier and brighter interludes are likely in the following week and will probably be in the east and southeast. Temperatures mostly near normal, but rather cold at times in the north with a risk of frost and ice.

    Updated: 1143 on Tue 4 Feb 2014

     

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Wednesday 19 Feb 2014 to Wednesday 5 Mar 2014:

    Current indications point towards early February's unsettled conditions persisting through the rest of the month. The most likely scenario during this period would see northwestern parts of the UK affected by the most frequent spells of unsettled and windy weather. Meanwhile southern and eastern regions should tend to see longer spells of drier and brighter weather than previous weeks, although still with some rain-bearing systems. This would mean that temperatures are likely to remain close to, or just above, the seasonal average, but with some colder periods possible, with the risk of frost and ice, and hill snow, especially in the north.

    Updated: 1142 on Tue 4 Feb 2014

     

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Monday 10 Feb 2014 to Wednesday 19 Feb 2014:

    It looks like the weather will remain very unsettled through next week with a continuing risk of gales or severe gales, especially in the south and west. There will be spells of rain, which will be interspersed with brighter but showery intervals, these occasionally heavy with hill snow in the north. The best of any drier and brighter interludes are most likely towards the east and southeast of the UK. Temperatures are likely to be near or rather below normal, with the risk of frost and ice. Towards the end of the period, although it is likely to remain unsettled, there could be longer drier spells between weather systems, as well as a greater chance of some colder interludes.

    Updated: 1159 on Wed 5 Feb 2014

     

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Thursday 20 Feb 2014 to Thursday 6 Mar 2014:

    Current indications point towards early February's unsettled conditions persisting through the rest of the month and into the start of March. The most likely scenario during this period would see northwestern parts of the UK affected by the most frequent spells of unsettled and windy weather. Meanwhile southern and eastern regions should tend to see longer spells of drier and brighter weather than previous weeks, although still with some rain-bearing systems. This would mean that temperatures are likely to be close to or slightly above the seasonal average, but with some colder periods possible, and the risk of frost and ice, and hill snow, especially in the north.

    Updated: 1205 on Wed 5 Feb 2014

     

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Wednesday 12 Feb 2014 to Friday 21 Feb 2014:

    Remaining very unsettled throughout the period with showers or longer spells of rain, particularly in the south and west where heavy and persistent rain is often likely. Gale force winds are likely at times, especially in the south and west, where severe gales are possible. The best of any drier, brighter but showery spells will be across the north and northeast. Whilst temperatures will be mainly near normal, it will be rather mild at times in the south and possibly rather cold in the north. Showers may be wintry on hills, this mainly in the north and east. Although it remains unsettled through to the end of the period, winds may not be quite as strong with temperatures below normal generally and an increased risk of frost.

    Updated: 1152 on Fri 7 Feb 2014

     

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Saturday 22 Feb 2014 to Saturday 8 Mar 2014:

    Current indications point towards the unsettled conditions persisting through much of February. The most likely scenario during this period would see northwestern parts of the UK affected by the most frequent spells of unsettled and windy weather. Meanwhile southern and eastern regions should tend to see longer spells of drier and brighter weather than previous weeks, although still with some rain-bearing systems. This would mean that temperatures are likely to be close to or slightly above the seasonal average, but with some colder periods possible, and the risk of frost and ice, and hill snow, especially in the north. Towards the end of February and into early March, the trend is for less unsettled conditions than we have seen lately, and some drier weather.

    Updated: 1159 on Fri 7 Feb 2014

     

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Sunday 23 Feb 2014 to Sunday 9 Mar 2014:

    Current indications point towards unsettled conditions persisting through much of February. The most likely scenario during this period would see northwestern parts of the UK affected by the most frequent spells of unsettled and windy weather. Meanwhile southern and eastern regions should tend to see longer spells of drier and brighter weather than previous weeks, although still with some rain-bearing systems. This would mean that temperatures are likely to be close to or slightly above the seasonal average, but with some colder periods possible, and the risk of frost and ice, and hill snow, especially in the north. Towards the end of February and into early March, the trend is for less unsettled conditions than we have seen lately, and some drier weather.

    Updated: 1231 on Sat 8 Feb 2014

     

    http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Thursday 13 Feb 2014 to Saturday 22 Feb 2014:

    Remaining very unsettled throughout the period with showers or longer spells of rain, particularly in the south and west where heavy and persistent rain is often likely. Gales are expected at times, especially in the south and west, where severe gales are possible. Some brighter weather is possible between weather systems though. Whilst temperatures will be mainly near normal, it will be rather mild at times in the south and possibly rather cold in the north. Showers will be wintry on higher hills, particularly in the north of the UK. Although it is likely to remain unsettled through to the end of the period, it may be slightly less windy and rain may become slightly less prolonged. Temperatures could recover a little too, with a decreasing risk of frost.

    Updated: 1238 on Sat 8 Feb 2014

     

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn
    UK Outlook for Friday 14 Feb 2014 to Sunday 23 Feb 2014:

    Remaining very unsettled throughout the period with showers or longer spells of rain, particularly in the south and west where heavy and persistent rain is often likely. Gales are expected at times, especially in the south and west, where locally severe gales are possible. Some brighter weather is possible between weather systems though. Whilst temperatures will be mainly near normal, it will be rather mild at times in the south and possibly rather cold in the north. Showers will be wintry on higher hills, particularly in the north of the UK. Although it is likely to remain unsettled through to the end of the period, it may be slightly less windy and rain may become slightly less prolonged. Temperatures could recover a little too, with a decreasing risk of frost.

    Updated: 1145 on Sun 9 Feb 2014

     

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn
    UK Outlook for Monday 24 Feb 2014 to Monday 10 Mar 2014:

    Current indications point towards unsettled conditions persisting through the end of February. The most likely scenario during this period would see northwestern parts of the UK affected by the most frequent spells of unsettled and windy weather. Meanwhile southern and eastern regions should tend to see longer spells of drier and brighter weather than previous weeks, although still with some periods of rain. This would mean that temperatures are likely to be close to or slightly above the seasonal average, but with some colder periods possible, and the risk of local frost and ice, and hill snow, especially in the north. Towards the end of February and into early March, the trend is for less unsettled conditions than we have seen lately, and some drier weather.

    Updated: 1146 on Sun 9 Feb 2014

     

    http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Saturday 15 Feb 2014 to Monday 24 Feb 2014:

    A very unsettled and windy start to this period with gales at times. Showers or longer spells of rain expected, with a risk of snow for a time in the north. Into next week, remaining unsettled but perhaps less windy than of late and with some brighter, showery interludes. Showers will be wintry over hills and perhaps to lower levels in the north of the UK at times. Temperatures will be around or a little below normal with an increasing risk of overnight frosts in quieter, clearer spells. However, there will be occasional milder spells in the south. Towards the end of February the changeable weather looks set to continue, with the emphasis on wet and windy weather perhaps shifting towards more northwestern parts of the UK.

    Updated: 1126 on Mon 10 Feb 2014

     

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Tuesday 25 Feb 2014 to Tuesday 11 Mar 2014:

    Current indications point towards unsettled conditions persisting for much of this period. The most likely scenario would see northwestern parts of the UK affected by the most frequent spells of unsettled and windy weather. Meanwhile southern and eastern regions should tend to see longer spells of drier and brighter weather than previous weeks, although still with some periods of rain. Temperatures are likely to be close to or slightly above the seasonal average, but with some colder periods possible, and the risk of local frost and ice, and hill snow, especially in the north. Towards the end of February and into early March, the trend is for less unsettled conditions than we have seen lately, and some drier weather.

    Updated: 1147 on Mon 10 Feb 2014

     

    http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Sunday 16 Feb 2014 to Tuesday 25 Feb 2014:

    The weather will remain generally unsettled but less severe than of late with brighter, showery interludes between spells of rain. There will be strong winds at times with a risk of gales, but mainly in exposure. Showers will be wintry over hills and perhaps to lower levels in the north of the UK at times. Temperatures will be around or a little below normal with an increasing risk of overnight frosts and ice in quieter, clearer spells. However, there will be occasional milder spells in the south. Towards the end of February the changeable weather looks set to continue, but with longer drier and brighter periods between bouts of rain and wind. As a result it may turn colder with an enhanced frost and ice risk.

    Updated: 1132 on Tue 11 Feb 2014

     

    http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    UK Outlook for Sunday 16 Feb 2014 to Tuesday 25 Feb 2014:

    The weather will remain generally unsettled but less severe than of late with brighter, showery interludes between spells of rain. There will be strong winds at times with a risk of gales, but mainly in exposure. Showers will be wintry over hills and perhaps to lower levels in the north of the UK at times. Temperatures will be around or a little below normal with an increasing risk of overnight frosts and ice in quieter, clearer spells. However, there will be occasional milder spells in the south. Towards the end of February the changeable weather looks set to continue, but with longer drier and brighter periods between bouts of rain and wind. As a result it may turn colder with an enhanced frost and ice risk.

    Updated: 1132 on Tue 11 Feb 2014

     

    http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

     

     

    That sounds better those in the south are in desperate need of something drier now

     

    :)

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Wednesday 26 Feb 2014 to Wednesday 12 Mar 2014:

    Current indications point towards unsettled conditions persisting for much of this period but not as extreme as recently. The most likely scenario would see northwestern parts of the UK affected by the most frequent spells of unsettled and windy weather. Meanwhile southern and eastern regions should tend to see longer spells of drier and brighter weather than previous weeks, although still with some periods of rain. Temperatures are likely to be close to or slightly above the seasonal average, but with some colder periods possible, and the risk of local frost and ice, and hill snow, especially in the north.

    Updated: 1159 on Tue 11 Feb 2014

     

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Monday 17 Feb 2014 to Wednesday 26 Feb 2014:

    The weather will remain generally unsettled but less severe than of late with brighter, showery interludes between further spells of rain. There will be strong winds at times with a risk of gales, but mainly in exposure. Showers will be wintry over hills and perhaps to lower levels in the north of the UK at times. Temperatures will be around or a little below normal with an increasing risk of overnight frosts and ice in quieter, clearer spells. However, there will be occasional milder spells in the south. Towards the end of February the changeable weather looks set to continue, but with longer drier and brighter periods between bouts of rain and wind. As a result it may turn colder with an enhanced frost and ice risk.

    Updated: 1119 on Wed 12 Feb 2014

     

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Thursday 27 Feb 2014 to Thursday 13 Mar 2014:

    Current indications point towards unsettled conditions persisting for much of this period but not as extreme as recently. The most likely scenario would see northwestern parts of the UK affected by the most frequent spells of unsettled and windy weather. Meanwhile southern and eastern regions should tend to see longer spells of drier and brighter weather than previous weeks, although still with some periods of rain. Temperatures are likely to be close to or slightly above the seasonal average, but with some colder periods possible, and the risk of local frost and ice, and hill snow, especially in the north.

    Updated: 1134 on Wed 12 Feb 2014

     

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