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....its not.

 

It's all down to the Chaos Theory.

 

Ian

 

Lets hope another butterfly flaps its wings in japan next week when we have colder uppers in place, you would have thought they would factor this in to the weather models by now :)

 

They could always bring out the BFS Butterfly Forecasting System :D

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The evidence of that baroclinic leaf does make me want to think again. Hadn't noticed it before and the low does seem to spawn right out of it.

 

Whoever said meteorology is easy!

 

never a meteorologist that is for sure!

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