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Matt Hugo changes his mind with every run. I don't pay attention to him.

 

Look at this chart for the start of December

 

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If this comes off we will be going into the freezer.

Yes will be interesting to see the next couple of runs to see if it continues. Lets hope some other models come on board!!! 

That Jamstec just looks strange. Below average for the British Isles yet above average for everywhere around it?

A procession of Northerly topplers perhaps as a prevailing Winter synoptic?

Weird just posted the same thought at same time lol

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Kinda similar to 09/10 this. The further we got in to November the cooler is got then the models started picking up on the blocking a couple of weeks before it happened. Hopefully it keeps showing on future runs. 

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Interesting viewing!!! Thanks for sharing. It seems like as in 62/63 and 2010 that the vortex repels the attack of the highs in november and re organises itself only for it to get breached in December. We have seen some stress on the vortex this month yet as its November it repels. Hmm interesting!!!

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It took me ruddy half an hour to work out who B.U.S were.Posted Image

 

i'm sure you are not the only one who struggled to work that out.

 

in process of doing more videos and will post them in here accordingly may even have more tonight.

 

I will post them in regionals as well as it seems to be getting very quiet in here now

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well all that above average mild and  rainy weather has gone, soon to be kept at bay by an atlantic blocking high..

 

so..things could develop from there, if we are thinking about really cold weather in the not too distant future.

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Bartlett pressure showing for January on the CFS Posted Image Posted Image

 

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Yesterday's monthly anomaly not so. Northerlies maybe North eaterlies with LP over Europe. Not that modelling at that range has any clue as to what will happen!

 

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Thats not a Bartlett Gaz just a bog standard area of high pressure

 

This is close to a Bartlett high

 

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They both look quite similar Gav apart from slightly higher pressure on the Wetter, thing is Wetter seems to make high pressure systems look less compressed than Meteociel, so if it was on Wetter it would look bigger. Plus Metociel overdo's those blue shadings.

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They both look quite similar Gav apart from slightly higher pressure on the Wetter, thing is Wetter seems to make high pressure systems look less compressed than Meteociel, so if it was on Wetter it would look bigger. Plus Metociel overdo's those blue shadings.

 

Yes, need to compare charts from same site - not worth arguing over something in 'never-never' land anyway.

 

For a more definitive view, I see we have an excellent tutorial by 'Thundery wintry showers' in the archive.

 

http://forum.netweather.tv/topic/21064-winter-synoptic-setups-not-associated-with-snow/

 

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Bartlett pressure showing for January on the CFS Posted Image Posted Image

 

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No it's not. That chart shows it for a specific day in January, namely the 26th, not the month of January.

 

Edit: That's also not a proper Bartlett.

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No it's not. That chart shows it for a specific day in January, namely the 26th, not the month of January.

 

Edit: That's also not a proper Bartlett.

 

Looks similar to the one by Thundery Wintry Showers.......LP to the NW and HP to the South of us and a mildish W/SW airflow.....a.k.a Bartlett

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Incredible footage there burriedundersnow.pv doing a merry dance and incredible amount of undercutting and sliders!!!!!!Snow amounts app were huge and much worse than 62

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Looks similar to the one by Thundery Wintry Showers.......LP to the NW and HP to the South of us and a mildish W/SW airflow.....a.k.a Bartlett

 

No. I'll post more info very briefly with some charts and explanations as on phone atm. But either way, what you've shown is a chart for one day in January, not the month of January, so your statement was false. 

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