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I just pray and hope that xmas day isn't sunny and mild, there is nothing worse, it just doesn't feel right. Xmas day for me needs to be dark frosty and very cold to give me that good old xmas feeling but best of all snow but thats not going to happen as we live in the U bloody K Posted Image

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I just pray and hope that xmas day isn't sunny and mild, there is nothing worse, it just doesn't feel right. Xmas day for me needs to be dark frosty and very cold to give me that good old xmas feeling but best of all snow but thats not going to happen as we live in the U bloody K Posted Image

 

I couldnt care less what happens on Christmas day itself but i miss the cold, calm and frosty days of last year when out doing the xmas shopping. It makes it all nice and festive. But cold/grey and windy is awful, so its got to be just the right type of cold.

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Can't find the cold spell thread?? not a ramp being real have you seen the charts look!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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This Thursday! look at the lines and numbers, still low pressure+cold air sweeping in behind the storm= you guessed it!

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CETsDec 1781: 5.4Jan 1782: 5.2Feb 1782: 1.9Dec 1852: 7.7Jan 1853: 5.1Feb 1853: 0.6Dec 1872: 5.3Jan 1873: 5.2Feb 1873: 1.8Dec 1929: 5.8Jan 1930: 5.6Feb 1930: 2.5Dec 1931: 5.3Jan 1932: 6.3Feb 1932: 2.9

hoping for a cold feb then

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I couldnt care less what happens on Christmas day itself but i miss the cold, calm and frosty days of last year when out doing the xmas shopping. It makes it all nice and festive. But cold/grey and windy is awful, so its got to be just the right type of cold.

 

Totally agree, the run up to Christmas is a much better time for some winter weather. Cold, crisp, frosty, icy or snowy - as you say, anything but dull great and wet!

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