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Just another link-   The Euro4 model is the one my above post but will add again- For beginners use these 2 - you can just change the timelines with each model run ( some 2 hours after each run it

The front is now beginning to push in-   Watch out for the dewpoints to start dropping from the SE later in the eve,   There is a LOT of of PPN out in the channel arcing NNE ( NNN - even NNW)  

You sound like my ex

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So anyone got an update for the next weeks storm?

Hi Amanda! Here is a link to a thread on net weather which I think you will find very helpful with the run up to your big day fast approaching.  At the moment the 14h looks wet and breezy, nothing out of the ordinary. However, a storm looks like hitting on the 15th, could be a bad one! Breeze picking up here and it's clouding over, mild though.  https://forum.netweather.tv/topic/82226-possible-atlantic-storm-january-15th-2015/

 

Hope the cold spell is still showing in the models today Bogman!

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Dry, partly cloudy skies.

Very wind and mild sums it up.

I personally don't mind mild weather, my least favourite is cold and wet. Makes the cold weather feel worthless to me and hence I prefer saving money on the heating :p

Cold and dry and cold and snowy of course are good.

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Storm still very much on from the 06z GFS and Parallel

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Still of course uncertainty on the track and strength.

 

Beyond that, there is enough hope for winds to veer northerly next weekend, which could possibly bring snow showers to coastal areas of East Anglia and Kent.

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Storm still very much on from the 06z GFS and Parallel

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Still of course uncertainty on the track and strength.

 

Beyond that, there is enough hope for winds to veer northerly next weekend, which could possibly bring snow showers to coastal areas of East Anglia and Kent.

Hi cs

Thank you for your updates they are very helpful , any idea how strong the winds will get here in west London ? I'm seeing 60-70mph from some charts in the mod thread .

Hi cs

Thank you for your updates they are very helpful , any idea how strong the winds will get here in west London ? I'm seeing 60-70mph from some charts in the mod thread .

Oops sorry just seen you had put unsure of strength
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Hi folks I fear a repeat of the last "northerly" shenanigans. It will be a question of the same old same old favoured areas for snow I would be EXTREMELY surprised if we see anything remotely snow-like falling from the skies from the model output. We need a north easterly or easterly. To get snow, a northerly has to have a sustained flow of at least a couple of days to even reach us! Just seeing it as is.....

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Hi folks I fear a repeat of the last "northerly" shenanigans. It will be a question of the same old same old favoured areas for snow I would be EXTREMELY surprised if we see anything remotely snow-like falling from the skies from the model output. We need a north easterly or easterly. To get snow, a northerly has to have a sustained flow of at least a couple of days to even reach us! Just seeing it as is.....

 

 

Get a snow globe.

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Reached a high of 12.4 today but dropped down to only 11.9 now lol.Very windy but been dry all day and a good washing day as the missus would say.Looks to be cold and mild days next week for us in SE and no sign of any prolonged cold spell and snow :wallbash: Time is starting to run out as if the next 10 days fails to produce anything for us that will be one and a half winters without seeing 1 flake of snow. Back to bad old days of mid-late 90s and early 00s!!We need that Beast from the East to show us he still exists as this set up  will deliver the goods for the SE!! 

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Afternoon

 

After a bright and sunny start it has clouded over and become rather dull, early dark to fall tonight methinks.  Dry but windy with some noticable gusts.


Mild at 11.3oC

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Unusually cold PM air flow... would not rule out, odd wintery shower scattered about Saturday evening/night no accumulations expected with the 0C isotherm height 600-700m ASL. Lowering as night descends.

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Have been getting some quite strong gusts over the last 30 minutes or so. I have no way of measuring them other than by wheelie bin flight across the garden!

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Plenty of sunlight today up until about 2:30 when the sun might as well have set an hour and a half early it clouded over so quickly! Walked the dog this morning without a coat and didn't regret it even with some very strong gusts. Temperature as warm as it's been all day, at 13.6 C right now.

 

Back at university in Reading on Monday so gutted I haven't seen any snow this winter whilst at home! 

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Have been getting some quite strong gusts over the last 30 minutes or so. I have no way of measuring them other than by wheelie bin flight across the garden!

I fully understand your technical jargon, that's how i measure wind, as mine always gets blown over, or rattles terribly he he  :D

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Have been getting some quite strong gusts over the last 30 minutes or so. I have no way of measuring them other than by wheelie bin flight across the garden!

 If it is moving around whilst it is full, the you are in a gale! I go by my door knocker! If it starts knocking the door constantly on its own, then the wind is 30mph+ :whistling: My garden temp was 15.9c in the early afternoon. :shok:

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