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I'm not sure that gusting 20-30 mph counts as hurricane force Daniel*. However, last time it was this warm here in the depths of winter, this place nearly got struck by a tornado, so who knows.


Sorry if this seems a silly question, but is there a reason for the rise in temperature?

Not a silly question. See Jo Farrow's blog:

 

http://www.netweather.tv/index.cgi?action=news;storyid=6391;sess=

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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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The top temperature today was 15.9c, then it fell to 12.8c late afternoon, now it is 15.1c ! The wind has really picked up now, might have to sellotape my knocker down for the night! Should get a door bell instead, what a racket!

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Um, what about plastic plant pots, the small type?

Have a few being blown around the patio?

Who needs snow when we can enjoy our Mediterranean climate. The north can keep their white stuff.

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eek! Lights keep dimming. It's 13.9.c now - madness! Locally, people have seen green/blue flashes - substation maybe?

 

Quite possibly power lines arcing as they're swaying in the wind and probably making contact with other lines.

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Tomorrow

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Fresh to strong west/north west winds

A band of moderate to heavy rain (fairly narrow) will push south eastwards during the late morning. Becoming dry and sunny behind this front.

Temperatures - Morning

21-580PUK.GIF?09-12

Still very mild - 11-13C, maybe higher in places

 

Afternoon

27-580PUK.GIF?09-12

5-7C so falling quickly

 

Overnight

42-580PUK.GIF?09-12

1s and 2s, so expect a ground frost in sheltered areas, strong winds again overnight. It looks dry though.

 

Sunday

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Fresh to strong westerly wind

A fine and sunny day on the whole

Temperatures

51-580PUK.GIF?09-12

6-8C so near normal

 

Monday

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Strong westerly winds

Looks like a cloudy day with rain spreading in during the afternoon, maybe clearing the north of the region before dark.

Temperatures

75-580PUK.GIF?09-12

Mild at 10-12C

On Monday the north could again get a battering, but our fun comes a little later (well some say fun, some say nightmare).

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Quite possibly power lines arcing as they're swaying in the wind and probably making contact with other lines.

 

Scary. Area around the River Thames Bucks/Berks border all without power now and will be out for hours to come apparently. Kinda think this should have been a yellow warning? Drivers reporting swaying over the read as recycling caddys/bin lids are flying about causing them to swerve.

 

Having said that, I don't really know what the criteria is for a yellow warning?!

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Scary. Area around the River Thames Bucks/Berks border all without power now and will be out for hours to come apparently. Kinda think this should have been a yellow warning? Drivers reporting swaying over the read as recycling caddys/bin lids are flying about causing them to swerve.

 

Having said that, I don't really know what the criteria is for a yellow warning?!

Scary. Area around the River Thames Bucks/Berks border all without power now and will be out for hours to come apparently. Kinda think this should have been a yellow warning? Drivers reporting swaying over the read as recycling caddys/bin lids are flying about causing them to swerve.

 

Having said that, I don't really know what the criteria is for a yellow warning?!

I think we should be on a yellow herr in HW, mighty blowy out, indeed my husband had to stop on move wheelie bins twice from in the road on the way back from the shop a while ago.

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Yup, big gusts mid 30's and I hear some movement outside.

There's no sign of 'big totals'. Some accumulating snow looks quite likely across e.g. SW moors; Cotswolds; perhaps across to Chilterns too. But amounts don't look at all bothersome in the latest E4 diagnostics. At lower levels in the S, some transient sleety falls expected by UKMO later into Tuesday, as WBFL falls widely to circa 100m. But focus next week is the Weds-Thurs cyclogenesis event. Worth adding that latest EC clusters hint of more similar scenarios extending as a risk a fair way further on into the rest of Jan.

Courtesy of fergieweather.

BANK "sleety falls" sounds good to me... following 2 years of snow drought! :friends:

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