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Obviously still a little bit off but here is views from a more mature experienced weather forecaster who i follow. Seemed to be right the last few years.

 

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Obviously still a little bit off but here is views from a more mature experienced weather forecaster who i follow. Seemed to be right the last few years.

 

god he sounds just like madden. Is it his brother lol.
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Or Jonathan Powell!

 

god he sounds just like madden. Is it his brother lol.

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Seems like James madden says the same stuff ever year about winter

 

September 28th 2013

 

ANOTHER HORROR WINTER AHEAD FOR THE UK & IRELAND WITH COPIOUS SNOW AMOUNTS - standard meteorology will not recognise this until the last minute (just like December 2010 & March 2013, both forecast several months in advance by Exacta Weather)

 

November 17th 2013

 

There are going to be some incredibly red faces by the end of this cold & snowy winter/spring period

http://www.northdevonjournal.co.uk/Met-Office-blasts-weather-reports-8220-worst/story-19934266-detail/story.html

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What a load of old bleepers. What as red as his face should have been after the  '100 days of snow' farce last winter?

 

Edit: oh wait just realised those were quotes from last year, Lol. But even so his face should have been abut the reddest after that.

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Each to there own, every body is aloud to have there own predictions/opinions, we all know its hard even impossible to predict the winter. But i think its a bit unfair for people to write other people off when they havent got a clue them selves. Whats the point in having a forum when its not even considered right for you to give your own opinions. i predict a colder than average winter based on what i have read so far E.G. Eastern QBO, El Nino and many other factors which could go our way. 

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By the way James Madden really is everything wrong with weather. He says the same thing every year pretty much, doesnt even change a sentence 

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What a load of old bleepers. What as red as his face should have been after the  '100 days of snow' farce last winter?

 

Edit: oh wait just realised those were quotes from last year, Lol. But even so his face should have been abut the reddest after that.

He was not that far off 100 days of snow,maybe a day or two either way,not sure why you are all having a go at him.....He just forgot to mention it only applied to the Scottish highlands above 800metres !!!!!!

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Each to there own, every body is aloud to have there own predictions/opinions, we all know its hard even impossible to predict the winter. But i think its a bit unfair for people to write other people off when they havent got a clue them selves. Whats the point in having a forum when its not even considered right for you to give your own opinions. i predict a colder than average winter based on what i have read so far E.G. Eastern QBO, El Nino and many other factors which could go our way. 

I hope another large high doesn't settle to the west of America again, forcing frigid cold air into the northeast of America and into the Atlantic! That could bring a repeat of last winter, depending on the sea temps in the Atlantic of course!

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I hope another large high doesn't settle to the west of America again, forcing frigid cold air into the northeast of America and into the Atlantic! That could bring a repeat of last winter, depending on the sea temps in the Atlantic of course!

Was thinking that myself Lassie!! really would be a horrible winter again. i enjoyed the storms but after 1 or 2 it gets boring!! i would like a cold winter this year.

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He was not that far off 100 days of snow,maybe a day or two either way,not sure why you are all having a go at him.....He just forgot to mention it only applied to the Scottish highlands above 800metres !!!!!!

And North America saw a fair bit as no doubt did Siberia.

To be honest he did ok in getting the correct hemisphere.

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Was thinking that myself Lassie!! really would be a horrible winter again. i enjoyed the storms but after 1 or 2 it gets boring!! i would like a cold winter this year.

It did get tedious after a while didn't it! I would like a cold winter too. I am hoping last year was a one off and not a weather pattern that would repeat itself in a cluster, that would be a disaster!

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It did get tedious after a while didn't it! I would like a cold winter too. I am hoping last year was a one off and not a weather pattern that would repeat itself in a cluster, that would be a disaster!

Cant agree more, i will be suprised to see this winter being the same, our winters so so unpredictable. at least if we lived in Norway we would know it will be cold haha

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Cant agree more, i will be suprised to see this winter being the same, our winters so so unpredictable. at least if we lived in Norway we would know it will be cold haha

If we did, we would have a 'how many feet of snow will we get this winter,' thread! Instead we are at the mercy of the atlantic most of the time! :cray:

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No one knows. lets remind ourselves of the Met Office 'forecast' issued last Autumn for the winter to come:   Dryer than average and colder than average.

 

Perhaps they ran out of seaweed. :)

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Cant agree more, i will be suprised to see this winter being the same, our winters so so unpredictable. at least if we lived in Norway we would know it will be cold haha

I know It isn't Norway, but parts of Finland atm is looking very Sledge'able!!! i know that isn't a proper word but who cares it's snowing :yahoo:http://www2.liikennevirasto.fi/alk/english/kelikamerat/kelikamerat_5.html

 

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I do agree that this blocking pattern, if it were to continue and I suspect it will through vast portion of October, will indeed be interesting.   Although pattern matching is not reliable IMO the propensity of blocking shows the 'rut' situation well and truly in its glory

 

 

BFTP

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BFTP you should know by now when November onwards comes the jet livens up and instead of the warm dry weather we have now its cooler but still mild with more rain so the countryside is out of bounds, its either too warm for walking in this country or its too wet, never nice cold and crisp, well very rarely anymore, this warmth is exceptional with it persistence can't believe there hasn't been more mention of this, by late September you would expect some fresher weather not almost continuous humid weather with only the odd day or two or fresher weather.

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Know it's a long way out ...... cfs-2-2136.png?12cfs-4-2136.png?12

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Yes a very loooooong way out!!!  But love it, BANK :good:

 

Lets hope that Jet decides to go on its holidays from November through to february tongue.gif

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Could get our first northerly in mid October! :clapping:

 

Northerlies are useless and dry for central southern areas in January let alone a weak one in October.. :nea:

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