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24 minutes ago, mountain shadow said:

GFS 12z doozra run!

Wax those sleds!

FI or not, that run is bound to happen. Why? Well I'm in the Alps 27th Dec onward, so I can just see me sat there in the apartment, storm-bound, ski area closed, as the snow piles up outside. When it finally stops, it'll take them days to dig out the lifts. If I'm lucky I might get to ski the last day before we need to head home.

Sods Law.

:rofl:

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6 minutes ago, Ravelin said:

FI or not, that run is bound to happen. Why? Well I'm in the Alps 27th Dec onward, so I can just see me sat there in the apartment, storm-bound, ski area closed, as the snow piles up outside. When it finally stops, it'll take them days to dig out the lifts. If I'm lucky I might get to ski the last day before we need to head home.

Sods Law.

:rofl:

That sounds like my kind of dream!

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Just now, mountain shadow said:

That sounds like my kind of dream!

That's no dream, it's a nightmare! Too much snow to ski, arghh.

I'd just have to resort to building a huge snowman to keep from going insane, I might even let my 9yr old help.

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14 minutes ago, I remember Atlantic 252 said:

Straw clutch again on model thread, beast post +384 on GFS

......so,are you saying that no one wants to tell Santa to fit wheels to his sled? :D

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1 hour ago, Hanny said:

......so,are you saying that no one wants to tell Santa to fit wheels to his sled? :D

Well that went down welll.........:fool:.............I'll get my coat!

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2 hours ago, I remember Atlantic 252 said:

Straw clutch again on model thread, beast post +384 on GFS

Who is and how?

 

 

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On 01/12/2016 at 13:22, MidnightSnow said:

I'm going to have a punt and say that when we get to mid-december, the potential for cold will then be around xmas and new years. 

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6 minutes ago, Evening thunder said:

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:wallbash:

That's it, I'm off to Canada (if this happens)

 

Given this was the previous update  (from November) for that timeframe - I wouldn't pay too much attention. 

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Just now, draztik said:

 

Given this was the previous update  (from November) for that timeframe - I wouldn't pay too much attention. A bit like the CFS, highly experimental. And usually wrong.

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I'm going to alps around the same time Ravelin...i know there is some more snow needed so what is the best route to a dumping between now and then?

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16 minutes ago, draztik said:

 

Given this was the previous update  (from November) for that timeframe - I wouldn't pay too much attention. 

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Wow - that's a very big change. Hopefully this update is very wrong but can't help but think it's maybe latched onto a more correct view, someone posted the December update from last year and it did pretty well.

Of course the anomaly charts make pressure seem higher further north than reality, so the actual mean pressure chart in my post would have more of a SW mild/damp flow over us.

Gunna try and not get too hung up over it though for the reason you point out..lol

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23 minutes ago, I remember Atlantic 252 said:

and when we get to Xmas period, the cold potential will be mid Jan

And when you shut up whinging it will be summer.:hi:

C.S

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4 minutes ago, cheshire snow said:

And when you shut up whinging it will be summer.:hi:

C.S

I wish! summer my favourite season now, 

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7 minutes ago, cheshire snow said:

And when you shut up whinging it will be summer.:hi:

C.S

"Model Moans, Ramps and Banter Thread"

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1 minute ago, MidnightSnow said:

"Model Moans, Ramps and Banter Thread"

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Indeed 

It was a tongue and cheek comment,IRA252 has known me long enough 

C.S

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4 minutes ago, cheshire snow said:

Indeed 

It was a tongue and cheek comment,IRA252 has known me long enough 

C.S

Apologies :)

 

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Ian F has at least said on the model thread that the chart I posted above is skewed by Feb/Mar and that Jan is somewhat more blocked looking (not that I'll lose too much sleep on it)
 

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2 minutes ago, northwestsnow said:

Thanks..mate..i'm,getting.new..laptop..tomoz!!!-:yahoo:

Funny that! Your keyboard was working fine yesterday? mafia.gif

 

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GFS and ECM still different, I'm in team GFS, but you have to feel ECM has this right, especially as experts say ECM better than GFS

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GFS cold dry, ECM normal Dec weather

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11 hours ago, Mapantz said:

Funny that! Your keyboard was working fine yesterday? mafia.gif

 

Aye...was..on..my...fone...thats..broke..too...new..laptop..today..though!

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