Should we keep the #NameOurStorms scheme?
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By Jo Farrow
Just named jointly by Met Office and Met Eireann
Yellow warnings at the mo, for Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland, north Wales, northern England WEDNESDAY
By Jo Farrow
I've just written a blog hopefully explaining more about how the Met Office create their weather warnings and how the 3 levels now include likelihood of severe weather and the possible impacts.
Did you know this about the impacts?
Is this the right way to go for the public?
With this explanation do you feel the warnings are now more helpful to you?
The Matrix is now a key part of the warning, but is there anyway to show high impact, lower likelihood
or medium likelihood of low impact event from just the 3 colours?
Hello everyone and welcome!
As we go head first into the depths of the start of this winter there seems to be a storm on the semi-reliable (or whatever you want to call it) time-frame.
At the moment the strongest winds looks like to hit Scotland and some of the western coasts of England. (According to the gfs 12z run)
This is 8 days out through so however because its not in the reliable time frame just yet major changes are expected at the moment becuase i think we know what models like to do.
For extreme fans this might be a good storm to check out (if it happens)
A new thread to bring us up to date and take us through Autumn moving ever closer to Winter! The first batch of wet & windy weather has already made it's presence felt over the last 24 hours, the beginning of next week is also looking very wet and very windy especially for the N&W of the UK.
Discuss the potential for any stormy weather which may affect the UK. Post charts & analysis, keep us up to date with reports of whats happening in your local area and how the bad weather is affecting you.
Lets keep it civil, stay on topic and enjoy!
I wonder what the rest of Autumn has in store for us....
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