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South East & East Anglia Regional Weather Discussion 10/01/14

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Been a very nice day so far today, feeling a little chilly, watching the rain band getting closer.

not what the  people  near the Thames  needs  at  the moment  on the  news!!

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And now a circumzenithal arc taken by Kevin Girling at Yoxford ....

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It seems there was a plethora of atmospheric optical phenomena today - a result of the thin high cirrus with the sun shining through it !

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Another gloomy exit from work... It started raining and the wind picked up also. Now standing outside the pub, no rain, still breezy but feels a lot colder.

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Got caught in a torrential downpour about 5pm.

My weekend will consist of doing very little!

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Evening all.  Hope you're all enjoying  Friday.

 

Recent pic of Antarctica from space.

 

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On BBC 1 @ 19:30 "Battered Britain".

No it's not about fish n chips,

It's about Storms, Tides and Floods.

I wonder if by any chance "Global Warming" shall be mentioned.

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tonight

 

http://www.raintoday.co.uk/

 

patchy rain now then

 

rain moving through around 1am

 

clearing around 7-8 am

 

looks patchy and likelier to see any heavier burst to the north of our region

 

starts chilly but warms when rain arrives

 

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tomorrow

 

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after early morning rain clears

 

we get a weak north westerly flow

 

rainfall

 

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none

 

temps

 

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around 6-8 degrees and sunny

 

we should see some sun but will feel chilly

 

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tomorrow night

 

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a weak south esterly flow

 

poss mist and fog around on some coastal regions and rural locations

 

rain

 

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none

 

temps

 

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frost likely most areas

 

further south may just miss this as a potential bank of cloud looks possible

 

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sunday

 

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winds a weak south-south westerly

 

rainfall

 

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looks to stay dry all day

 

temps

 

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around 8-10 degrees

 

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sunday night

 

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a breezy south west wind but not strong

 

rainfall

 

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rain arriving via the the cold front shown on the fax

 

hits around 1-2am  clears around 6-7 am

 

we may see the odd heavier burst from this but nothing too heavy like previously

 

temps

 

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around 6 degrees

 

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monday

 

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a weak south westerly flow

 

after morning rain clears through

 

it look like we should see a mainly dry day

 

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temps

 

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feeling chilly

 

around 6-8 degrees

 

will post the rest later

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For the squishy and awwwwww people. 

 

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Right, Back as you were, As for our Winter sit tight.

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Another god awful ECM run. :(

Even though the models have gone a bit pear shaped for coldies, I think this is just the tip of the iceberg,( hee hee).The fact that this relentless Atlantic train shows signs of easing off is a bonus.Sometimes cold takes a few bites of the cherry to get established, so hopefully things will soon get better.
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The Eastern side of the states now have warnings for heavy rain and flash floods. Hmmmm so they have had an outstanding wintry spell and now Wind,Rain and flash floods. Haven't we just had Wind Rain, and flash floods,So i guess the next severe spell of Weather has to be..?...Just trying to build a picture here.

 

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not what the  people  near the Thames  needs  at  the moment  on the  news!!

I agree, I was hoping it would be dry for a bit, doesn't look like it will be though.

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On BBC 1 @ 19:30 "Battered Britain".No it's not about fish n chips,It's about Storms, Tides and Floods.I wonder if by any chance "Global Warming" shall be mentioned.

Yep it was. It was a question that was asked, I'm not to sure by the reaction the person was convinced that global warming is the cause.

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Another gloomy exit from work... It started raining and the wind picked up also. Now standing outside the pub, no rain, still breezy but feels a lot colder.

what the hell are you doing "outside" the pub!?!? Posted Image

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Post of the day for me was someone writing off not only the rest of winter but winters for the next decade!!!

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Post of the day for me was someone writing off not only the rest of winter but winters for the next decade!!!

Oh course, as we know full well what will happen next week as well as we do in 2024 Posted Image

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So far, GFS isnt so bad. What it does, is it keeps the heights over Svalbard to the North of the Scandi trough to stop those heights phasing with them over S Europe and getting dragged down. Lets hope we can maintain those Northern heights and get them to start the trend of a Greeny high (Knitting fog would be a chance). But still, this is far from over in my opinion, and the models are all over the shop themselves. It isn't unknown for an Easterly to disappear entirely and then return the next day, all within a 48 hour period in Dec 2005!

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how many likes are you allowed till you max out? anyone know?

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The foxes are going completely mad here tonight - is that a sign of anything? - (Please don't anyone refer me to that awful song...)

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