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1 hour ago, radiohead said:

Benidorm today

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My mate just sent me a video from Murcia in Spain , it's snowing hard there , I'd laugh if it wasn't so sad.:wallbash:

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12 hours ago, knocker said:

Remember the trend is your friend

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Oh dear........ All that WAA into high latitudes and Sidney is looking over his shoulder. :cold:

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I notice that talk once again abounds vis a Scandinavian high :cc_confused:

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Meanwhile back at the ranch Sidney is preparing a barb

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5 minutes ago, shotski said:

Oh dear........ All that WAA into high latitudes and Sidney is looking over his shoulder. :cold:

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Care must be taken not to transpose anomalies into surface features :shok:

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7 hours ago, radiohead said:

Benidorm today

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Torravieja, Valencia has had its first beach snowfall since 1926

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All that cold air to the north and south and in the middle we get the milder air

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And a friend who lives in Murcia, Spain said that the snow is blizzard like. Apparently coldest winter for 35 Years and forecast to continue. Shame we are not 2000 miles nearer to the med. I said last Week that Spain would get a dumping.

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1 hour ago, Summer Sun said:

All that cold air to the north and south and in the middle we get the milder air

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Couldn't make it up could you?  It's bizarre!

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I loved the sunshine today, looking forward to more frosty days on the way. Nothing to moan about at all except the amount of coughing I am doing, and the way cough mixture doesn't seem to work. 

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46 minutes ago, Tonyinhampshire said:

And a friend who lives in Murcia, Spain said that the snow is blizzard like. Apparently coldest winter for 35 Years and forecast to continue. Shame we are not 2000 miles nearer to the med. I said last Week that Spain would get a dumping.

Yep quite bizarre scenes that far south but it'll all be gone very soon as temperatures head up into double figures. Can imagine the locals are having a great time. Not those seeking winter sun though!

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Boring weather to continue for a long while yet.

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Hello vortex................highlighting the pattern change

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-4 outside again, plenty of windscreen scrapping to do. No sign of the warm SW zephyrs :cc_confused:

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Don't know why people get so hung up on an easterly...it's not going to happen. If pressure rises again as shown on ECM and gfs we end up with a very mild southerly in no man's land for weeks....Again!  If the Atlantic kicks in at least we get some interest in brief spells of pm air in between systems.....never thought I'd say this, but after the bore fest of a winter so far I'm cheering on the Atlantic! 

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8 hours ago, Rickoza said:

Couldn't make it up could you?  It's bizarre!

It's like we are under some kind of curse.

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Young bluebells and a showing of snowdrops yesterday down in the woods

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Must keep the SW/S zephyrs

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5 minutes ago, Richard Taylor said:

Are people STILL looking for an easterly?! :D

All i have to do is look out the window,Easterly here today:)

 

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9 minutes ago, Richard Taylor said:

Are people STILL looking for an easterly?! :D

Absolutely no way there will be a true E'ly, hard to get nowadays, but a weak E'ly already in the south today until Sunday, few snow flurries likely in far S/SW

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10 minutes ago, Richard Taylor said:

Are people STILL looking for an easterly?! :D

We want the beast from the east!:p

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10 minutes ago, knocker said:

Young bluebells and a showing of snowdrops yesterday down in the woods

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Must keep the SW/S zephyrs

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What's all this talk about snow flurries down our way on sunday? Can't be right,can it?

My overwintering Leonotis Leonurus wouldn't like it:nonono:

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4 minutes ago, cornish snow said:

What's all this talk about snow flurries down our way on sunday? Can't be right,can it?

My overwintering Leonotis Leonurus wouldn't like it:nonono:

Indeed, looks pretty cold across much of England and wales over the coming 7 days with frosts quite common.

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15 minutes ago, cornish snow said:

What's all this talk about snow flurries down our way on sunday? Can't be right,can it?

My overwintering Leonotis Leonurus wouldn't like it:nonono:

I shouldn't worry about snow flurries but yes quite cold over the UK for the weekend but hopefully our micro climate should keep us out of too much trouble. Anyway cracking morning here so I'm off to see Sidney.

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1 minute ago, knocker said:

I shouldn't worry about snow flurries but yes quite cold over the UK for the weekend but hopefully our micro climate should keep us out of too much trouble. Anyway cracking morning here so I'm off to see Sidney.

I here there's to be a squirrel cull in Tehidy woods,someone is feeding them to much apparently.

Tell Sidney to be afraid,very afraid.:sorry:

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Yeah, can't see there being any issue with snow in the SW anytime soon. Maybe some flakes over the hills, but nothing low level. Question is, are we going to see the blowtorch SW'erlies and 14c??

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