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Please Continue here for the Possible Wintry Mix Coming This Week!

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The 12z models are about as bad as it gets this winter.

 

Could be calling time at the bar by the middle of next week-

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Well we could have a rinse and repeat!!

Last weekend we had my daughters 7 th bday party. The thing is it finished at 5.45am. So you and all come rounding if you like!! Lol

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cheers Paul ,here we go again ,marginal ,localised, very localised ,transient ,wintry mix ,all possible of course :)

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Ok, see the sentence below, I'm going to replace all those nasty words that keep coming up with something better:

 

So:

 

This week will see marginal conditions with potential for a transient wintry mix. These events will be localised.

 

becomes:

 

This week will see Arctic conditions with 100% certainty for a prolonged snow festival. These events will be everywhere.

 

If only........ :)

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Ok, see the sentence below, I'm going to replace all those nasty words that keep coming up with something better:

 

So:

 

This week will see marginal conditions with potential for a transient wintry mix. These events will be localised.

 

becomes:

 

This week will see Arctic conditions with 100% certainty for a prolonged snow festival. These events will be everywhere.

 

If only........ :)

love it ,perfect

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It is bamboozling how hard it is to get proper cold in this country given our latitude. I feel like £&@! profusely. We are still under a snow warning all is not lost, the straws are in short supply - ECM is yuk. It might as well be a Bartlett high it will take some time budging eroding more and more time.

Hopefully this transpires: Snow showers will continue to affect many eastern and northeastern parts of the UK through Wednesday. The focus of showers is likely to transfer from eastern Scotland to parts of eastern and southeastern England, as well as some central areas of England, through the day. Some heavy snow showers are possible. Local accumulations of 1-3 cm are likely away from immediate coasts, with locally more than this over higher ground such as the North York Moors and Lincolnshire Wolds.

On the matrix confidence is quite high for this. I would not say winter is over yet, start of Jan was looking trash.

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I don't know why this Winter has felt like a real boring one for weather, even though I have watched a decent 30 minute snow event.

 

IMO this coming week would have been IDEAL for running, but I'm injured and I can't even do that....like others have said, roll on spring, I need to get running up in the hills again week days

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I don't know why this Winter has felt like a real boring one for weather, even though I have watched a decent 30 minute snow event.

 

IMO this coming week would have been IDEAL for running, but I'm injured and I can't even do that....like others have said, roll on spring, I need to get running up in the hills again week days

Models/Charts have been predicting really exciting weather conditions but the actual weather has turned out disappointing and quite boring!

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The 12z models are about as bad as it gets this winter.

 

Could be calling time at the bar by the middle of next week-

As that taking them at face value steve? Cos I just keep thinking about Tamara's posts I'm the mod thread wrt the back ground signals.

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As that taking them at face value steve? Cos I just keep thinking about Tamara's posts I'm the mod thread wrt the back ground signals.

 

With respect, all the winter forecasts are a bust including mine. Tamaras, well - how can I put this. Those background signals, are still.... background signals. The foreground signal is that it doesn't look good. Its all very good having the capacity to present the detailed analysis however it doesn't mean they are correct.

 

The AO has been a total fail this Winter.

 

S

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As that taking them at face value steve? Cos I just keep thinking about Tamara's posts I'm the mod thread wrt the back ground signals.

To be fair to Tamara she is very knowledgeable and posts interesting posts.....but most of what she has previously posted has not gone on to happen.

To be honest....I am looking forward to spring now. Cold without snow is just expensive on the heating without any fun. A pleasant 21c day is becoming an increasingly more pleasant thought by the day.

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It is bamboozling how hard it is to get proper cold in this country given our latitude. I feel like £&@! profusely. We are still under a snow warning all is not lost, the straws are in short supply - ECM is yuk. It might as well be a Bartlett high it will take some time budging eroding more and more time.

Hopefully this transpires: Snow showers will continue to affect many eastern and northeastern parts of the UK through Wednesday. The focus of showers is likely to transfer from eastern Scotland to parts of eastern and southeastern England, as well as some central areas of England, through the day. Some heavy snow showers are possible. Local accumulations of 1-3 cm are likely away from immediate coasts, with locally more than this over higher ground such as the North York Moors and Lincolnshire Wolds.

On the matrix confidence is quite high for this. I would not say winter is over yet, start of Jan was looking trash.

Well, if enough ice from Greenland and Canada melts and shuts off the thermohaline conveyor (whatever happened to that member?) and thus the North Atlantic Drift, we might get conditions you'd think were more appropriate to our latitude. Until then, the easiest option for snow lovers would be to move to Norway.

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With respect, all the winter forecasts are a bust including mine. Tamaras, well - how can I put this. Those background signals, are still.... background signals. The foreground signal is that it doesn't look good. Its all very good having the capacity to present the detailed analysis however it doesn't mean they are correct.

 

The AO has been a total fail this Winter.

 

S

C

Thanks for the reply mate, I do think there a good few options on the table still, but we shall see.

Temp here 2.8c

Dewpoint -4c

F

Going to be a cold one!!

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There seemed to be plenty of snow showers knocking about on the chart for this coming Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday for our part of the world on the latest weekly forecast by Nick Miller on Countryfile a few minutes ago. I would imagine things will be less marginal by that stage too. He did mention the words 'could be disruptive', so compared to some other parts of the UK this region certainly has the most interest with regards to snow for the coming week.

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The Countryfile weather was quite interesting. Nick Miller mentioned chances of snow from Monday evening onwards for SE England. More especially Tuesday night into Wed as the wind veers round to the N/E. He even mentioned the chance of heavy snow showers and disruptive snow for the SE England including London. No mention of a wintry mix. But the temps are 6c for most of the week, so surely marginal, or do you think these temps will be lower closer to the time?

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The Countryfile weather was quite interesting. Nick Miller mentioned chances of snow from Monday evening onwards for SE England. More especially Tuesday night into Wed as the wind veers round to the N/E. He even mentioned the chance of heavy snow showers and disruptive snow for the SE England including London. No mention of a wintry mix. But the temps are 6c for most of the week, so surely marginal, or do you think these temps will be lower closer to the time?

 

The 6c will be for central london mid afternoon...... more likely to be 3-4 outside of London

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Disruptive in metoffice speak can be as little as 1 to 2cm of snow so probably best not to get the hopes up !

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From Fergie over on South West thread when asked about their snow potential for tomorrow and Tuesday

 

 

No problems anticipated. Scotland/NI/Some parts N England issue re that occlusion. No real snow problems forseen this week for W Country but Thurs could be a tad bothersome over to SE parts.

:good:  of course plenty of time to change.

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The 6c will be for central london mid afternoon...... more likely to be 3-4 outside of London

any thing better them we  getting at  the  moment  we need  the wind in the east  for good snow!!!

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