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Can't wait to get back to a aircon bedroom tonight,been a vile humid disgusting day:angry:

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28 minutes ago, markyo said:

Can't wait to get back to a aircon bedroom tonight,been a vile humid disgusting day:angry:

Yeah similar here & last night was horrible too, not felt that humid for ages. 85% humidity indoors plus the added temp on the rise makes for uncomfortable sleeping when the air con is off. Hopefully not many days like this remaining now we are close to Autumn.

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1 hour ago, Frost HoIIow said:

Yeah similar here & last night was horrible too, not felt that humid for ages. 85% humidity indoors plus the added temp on the rise makes for uncomfortable sleeping when the air con is off. Hopefully not many days like this remaining now we are close to Autumn.

Couldn't agree more,thankfully the shorter days are making sleeping easier. The countdown to Autumn is on so at least that makes up a little bit also!:)

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autumn humidity is worse then summer.. its worse, its wetter, it clings more...

i too havnt liked these current conditions , but its better when its sunny hot humidity, at least you can enjoy being outdoors.

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1 hour ago, I remember Atlantic 252 said:

Maybe onto something GFS!, warm spike Tuesdays not uncommon

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17c wow :help:

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GFS is probably overdoing things with the 28c, but something around 25c in the SE isn't out of the question! For those in the NW, please continue to moan about the crud weather in the mid to high teens!

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53 minutes ago, I remember Atlantic 252 said:

Worst summer chart ever

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That would be incredible if it verified! Almost a 20C between London and mid Wales.

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Just now, MP-R said:

That would be incredible if it verified! Almost a 20C between London and mid Wales.

The emerging trend doesn't bode well for the winter if this september follows recent years. That damn continent needs to cool down soon. No signs of it though.

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1 hour ago, I remember Atlantic 252 said:

Worst summer chart ever

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That would be interesting if it verified as shown. 13 in Birmingham, 28 in London!

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2 minutes ago, Frosty. said:

Looking at the Ecm 12z day 10 chart, the coldie in me couldn't help noticing a very early taste of Northerly Arctic air being drawn south, not too far north of the uk.:cold::D..

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So near, yet so far. The story of the coming winter no doubt.

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A lovely and warm few days to come in my part of the UK, so very welcome after suffering 5 weeks of perma-Autumn.

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Good job you don't live further north then it would feel like 'perma-Autumn', here in the south east max temps have generally been around 70f or so the last few weeks, hardly autumn but it has been generally breezy with some rainfall so maybe in that regard.

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2 hours ago, Ice Man 85 said:

So near, yet so far. The story of the coming winter no doubt.

The first winter is over post on August 25th..:rofl:

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8 minutes ago, Froze were the Days said:

Good job you don't live further north then it would feel like 'perma-Autumn', here in the south east max temps have generally been around 70f or so the last few weeks, hardly autumn but it has been generally breezy with some rainfall so maybe in that regard.

We've been lucky to reach 70F, completely pathetic for 'high summer'. What a crap second half to summer and another extremely dull August. At least the next few days offer something better, finally.

Edited by stainesbloke

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18 minutes ago, Frosty. said:

The first winter is over post on August 25th..:rofl:

You'll like the end of the GEM 12z control run. Real cold blast if I'm reading it right.

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And as Harvey fills to more TS on the way to the N. Atlantic just to complicate matters. :shok:

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3 hours ago, knocker said:

And as Harvey fills to more TS on the way to the N. Atlantic just to complicate matters. :shok:

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not going to do the uk any favours looking at the 00z runs.

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10 hours ago, Ice Man 85 said:

You'll like the end of the GEM 12z control run. Real cold blast if I'm reading it right.

News to brighten my day!! The bank holiday is set fine,good weather for being off work,thankfully cooling down rapidly next week,perfect:)

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2 hours ago, markyo said:

News to brighten my day!! The bank holiday is set fine,good weather for being off work,thankfully cooling down rapidly next week,perfect:)

Its still there on today's 0z control, but doesn't seem as potent as yesterday. It does have some semblance on the mean run though.

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3 hours ago, markyo said:

News to brighten my day!! The bank holiday is set fine,good weather for being off work,thankfully cooling down rapidly next week,perfect:)

And I get a decent birthday, Mark!

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Why would anyone want a cold blast at this time of year, unless it's cold enough to produce snow, and at this time of year it never will be. 10C below average in late August is 8-11C, that annoying temperature where it's too warm for snow and too cold to be comfortable outside.

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11 minutes ago, Snowy L said:

Why would anyone want a cold blast at this time of year, unless it's cold enough to produce snow, and at this time of year it never will be. 10C below average in late August is 8-11C, that annoying temperature where it's too warm for snow and too cold to be comfortable outside.

That's old news.... Looks 8)

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6 hours ago, Dancerwithwings said:

That's old news.... Looks 8)

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Funny how cold charts last about as long as an icecream in phoenix isn't it? Coldies best get used to it.

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