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Wow, trough activity moving west at T120, -12c uppers just about in, quite heavy snow showers SE, EA, Lincs moving in.:yahoo: T120 chart of the day I'd say, now just stay there. :D

1040mb scandi high.

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If everyone on here could be friendly and (ideally) find a sense of humour, that would just be hunky dorey.

So just to clarify CK1981 because I have not seen you say this 2,350 times in the last 136 pages of this thread you think there will be something interesting around Mid Month ??? Dont want to go to be

Have nade my first mini snow man. First in 5 years.

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3 minutes ago, lassie23 said:

everyone still happy in the SE thread:rofl:

We will all go up the pub then snowball fights and BBQd peasant and chicken wig sandwiches if ECM come off!!!:yahoo:;)

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6 minutes ago, snowray said:

We will all go up the pub then snowball fights and BBQd peasant and chicken wig sandwiches if ECM come off!!!:yahoo:;)

Don’t fancy a chicken wig the feathers would stick in the mouth rather...! Happy with a bbq pheasant though as long as it’s plucked.. ?

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8 minutes ago, snowray said:

We will all go up the pub then snowball fights and BBQd peasant and chicken wig sandwiches if ECM come off!!!:yahoo:;)

if the ECM comes off it will be frozen wigs and peasants

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After a sunny morning it went very dark here as the front cleared through about lunchtime. Popped out about 1:30 on my lunch and it felt very much cooler in the wind than when I went in at 8am!

4c now, full moon rising so hopefully a frost in the morning

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Looking at the latest fax chart for Saturday, it looks as though that front could be held back by the cold block to the east.

I’m guessing if the progress is slowed down, cold air will undercut and there will be more chance of snow in our region later in the day.

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59 minutes ago, JennyJane1 said:

Did you get the water mark out of your jacket?

nope. I made it bigger and it looks like a shadow on the puffer bit.

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7 minutes ago, Dami said:

nope. I made it bigger and it looks like a shadow on the puffer bit.

Oh dear.Many years ago I did the same thing on a brand new jacket, most annoying., depends on the material and what it looks like and how big it is and where it is but you could

take a bit of material from the inside and sew it over the stain with very small same colour stitches.

 

cover it with a pin badge or patch

 

dye it with the same colour dye just on that spot

 

if posiible and confident you could split through the actual stain and gather the sides oover it then sew to conceal it, depends how tight the material is.

 

 

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1 minute ago, JennyJane1 said:

Oh dear.Many years ago I did the same thing on a brand new jacket, most annoying., depends on the material and what it looks like and how big it is and where it is but you could

take a bit of material from the inside and sew it over the stain with very small same colour stitches.

 

cover it with a pin badge or patch

 

dye it with the same colour dye just on that spot

 

if posiible and confident you could split through the actual stain and gather the sides oover it then sew to conceal it, depends how tight the material is.

 

 

what's i've done doesn't look too bad, can't really see it unless you really look. being a mum i guess i can get away with the odd stain. 

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1 hour ago, bluebell said:

Don’t fancy a chicken wig the feathers would stick in the mouth rather...! Happy with a bbq pheasant though as long as it’s plucked.. ?

Yh thats true, you will have to ask Lassie about that though, what he does about the feathers in his chicken wigs?:cc_confused:

Oh, peasants are plucked alright and I'm cooking them on a splif round and round with BBQ sauce. Enough of that though, we went through all this the other day we just need lots of snow now.:laugh:

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19 minutes ago, snowray said:

Yh thats true, you will have to ask Lassie about that though, what he does about the feathers in his chicken wigs?:cc_confused:

Oh, peasants are plucked alright and I'm cooking them on a splif round and round with BBQ sauce. Enough of that though, we went through all this the other day we just need lots of snow now.:laugh:

Tyler Watt's Best Battered Fried Peasant? I've heard that they're revolting!:oops:

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6 minutes ago, Ed Stone said:

Tyler Watt's Best Battered Fried Peasant? I've heard that they're revolting!:oops:

Oh yer too right, yuk:bad:....

Best to have some strong mouthwash handy, the Ultra "Clean-Toxic cleanser" is pretty good. :rofl::laugh:

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What are peoples thoughts on the conditions on Saturday evening?  My son is going to the observatory at Greenwich with his cub pack to star gaze.  A few days ago looked like might get some clear skies but thats looking pretty unlikely now?

 

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So the 18z it’s mental- don’t look.

but here are the 850 temps from T90 to T192 in 6 hourly increments for london

90   -7c

96   -8c

102  -10c

108  -11c

114  -10c

120  -10c

126  -11c

132  -12c

138  -11c

144  -11c

150  -12c

156  -12c

162  -12c

168  -11c

174  -12c

180  -12c

186  -12c

192  -11c

wow

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2 minutes ago, Steve Murr said:

So the 18z it’s mental- don’t look.

but here are the 850 temps from T90 to T192 in 6 hourly increments for london

90   -7c

96   -8c

102  -10c

108  -11c

114  -10c

120  -10c

126  -11c

132  -12c

138  -11c

144  -11c

150  -12c

156  -12c

162  -12c

168  -11c

174  -12c

180  -12c

186  -12c

192  -11c

wow

i still feel as if the charts will be wrong. they always give good results then fail.

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5 minutes ago, Steve Murr said:

So the 18z it’s mental- don’t look.

but here are the 850 temps from T90 to T192 in 6 hourly increments for london

90   -7c

96   -8c

102  -10c

108  -11c

114  -10c

120  -10c

126  -11c

132  -12c

138  -11c

144  -11c

150  -12c

156  -12c

162  -12c

168  -11c

174  -12c

180  -12c

186  -12c

192  -11c

wow

Wtf 

qaulity right there steve

thats better than 2010 isn’t it

prediction wise obviously 

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5 minutes ago, Steve Murr said:

So the 18z it’s mental- don’t look.

but here are the 850 temps from T90 to T192 in 6 hourly increments for london

90   -7c

96   -8c

102  -10c

108  -11c

114  -10c

120  -10c

126  -11c

132  -12c

138  -11c

144  -11c

150  -12c

156  -12c

162  -12c

168  -11c

174  -12c

180  -12c

186  -12c

192  -11c

wow

Love it. Did you see my question on model thread. You may have missed it as its got busy on there lol... Don't know why ?? ☺☺?

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