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March 2017 C.E.T. forecasts

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6.5C, average but wet/very wet at times, I wouldn't rule out snow here and there, though probably over high ground in the north and rather transient.

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9 minutes ago, Captain Shortwave said:

6.5C, average but wet/very wet at times, I wouldn't rule out snow here and there, though probably over high ground in the north and rather transient.

Agree with that! I think March will be a contender for wettest ever, flood warnings to be issued for all of the west and north west, and NW Midlands

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Hmm tricky old month March the start of spring and longer day's can help some early warmth but also the chance of a late winter blast

I'll stay close to average for now with 6.2c allowing for a chilly start but warmer end

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3 hours ago, I remember Atlantic 252 said:

Agree with that! I think March will be a contender for wettest ever, flood warnings to be issued for all of the west and north west, and NW Midlands

Well after your February prediction for a washout/wettest ever/widespread flooding, we have no reason to doubt you'll be correct. :rolleyes: :wink:

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once again i'm gonna put all my eggs in the met offices basket and go for a cold march. 5.5c thanks.

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7.2c for me cheers

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6.4c for me please.

 

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Going for a risky 6.1C

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