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Worth keeping mind that the Netwx model has much stronger winds over northern England tonight, further north than Met Office warning. MIght in the end be somewhere in the middle but could be lively Thursday morning in NE 

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4 hours ago, Boro Snow said:

Frosty this morning which I wasn't expecting anyway the snow from Friday is hanging on 😂

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All mine was gone by late Monday!

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2 minutes ago, Summer Sun said:

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All mine was gone by late Monday!

Remains from the snowman 

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On 03/02/2019 at 18:48, doctor32 said:

So the snow is a melting and as some have mentioned less cold over the coming days, Next week will feel milder compared to late but not as mild as further south.

Still the chance of some colder nights this coming week depending on cloud cover.

One thing to watch in the models is a trend to blocking to develop once more from next weekend, So potential for this less cold/mild period to be rather short lived.

Expect some interesting charts to show there hands by wednesday onwards, as ever not certain but some support for cold to return w/c 11th...

 

 

Right on cue, both 0z and 12z showing some interest for things to become more blocked and perhaps colder next week ECM1-216.thumb.gif.0d5673a9e635b0179d804f684d5a169c.gifECM1-192.thumb.gif.52fe9a4d76f1ce83359a07bca6d979c8.gif

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22 minutes ago, Fairweather Teessider said:

Looks like the FA Cup that we're no longer in anymore 😂

The worst performance I have ever seen from the Boro 😭 hopefully the weather models perform better, looking good next week 

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They probably ought to have warned abut rain rather than wind, 15mm since 4am here, but only light wind so far.

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Yellow warning for strong winds issued

  • Darlington
  • Durham
  • Gateshead
  • Hartlepool
  • Middlesbrough
  • Newcastle upon Tyne
  • North Tyneside
  • Northumberland
  • Redcar and Cleveland
  • South Tyneside
  • Stockton-on-Tees
  • Sunderland

Between 00:15 Sat 9th and 15:00 Sat 9th

A spell of strong winds will push from west to east through the day, bringing potential travel disruption.

What to expect

  • Some delays to road, rail, air and ferry transport are likely
  • Delays for high-sided vehicles on exposed routes and bridges likely
  • Some short term loss of power and other services is possible
  • It’s likely that some coastal routes, sea fronts and coastal communities affected by spray and/or large waves

Further details

A swathe of very strong westerly winds is expected to push across Northern Ireland, southern Scotland and northern England through Saturday, easing from the west during the day. Inland gusts of 55 mph are expected quite widely, with some places having gusts to 70 mph, more particularly around exposed coasts and hills.

https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/warnings#?date=2019-02-09&lat=54.5235&lon=-1.5579

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Some torrential rain last night in Darlo it was like a monsoon for a time. Further torrential rain overnight at times accompanied by a very strong wind

Still a very strong wind this morning but the rain is holding off for now

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Rain was worse here about 1pm yesterday, but another 4mm or so.
Like yesterday it could well have been almost 2x that as the gauge can't catch a good percentage in high wind.
Gust of 66mph at about 7am and 61mph at 8:30, but not noticed any damage yet,  easing slowly now though.Blakey Ridge recorded 75mph perhaps surprising they didn't go higher, however the air flow is often smoother higher up with less marked gusts from rotor effects.

Looking forward to the quieter spell incoming, strong winds disturbing sleep is not nice

 

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Yes a bit wild last night, was woken by the wind and rain lashing against window.

Still windy here but showers seem to have eased.

Looking more settled next week but a lot of cloud likely and mildish... rather boring imo.

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A mild feel next week get some sunshine and it will be an early taste of spring

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I wrote off the opening half of Feb last week, but avoided writing off the entire month whilst we still have time yet it's going to need a big turn around to save the final 11-days or so

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Almost at the point now where we can write off February.

Increasingly sunny tomorrow and Friday temps getting towards 14c spring is on its way 👍

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Despite the mild temps, lack of sun with mostly cloudy skies has restricted the pleasant feel of things.

more sunshine over the next few days should help the temps rise a little further, so should feel milder.

high pressure looks to sit around or be close to the uk for the remainder of February.

 

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Well my towel is in now for February, roll on spring. This winter has been poor let's hope for a warm settled spring and summer. Although a potent northerly in March wouldn't go a miss 

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Just been on the beech with the kids and it felt warm, only 13c but felt like it was milder with no wind. I'm a coldee but this is second prize usable weather and not wet and windy

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We have imported some very dry air today, gone is the usual dank muggy humid feel to things which often comes when mild conditions invade from the SW. The drier air with low dewpoints and lapse rates has made it feel very continental - hence it has felt warmer than temperatures suggest - but temps in the low teens in mid Feb will always feel warmer than they are.

Mid Feb often marks a subtle change in the feel of things, the sun now starts to gain a bit more power, and we are starting to see a rapid rate of increased levels of light. However, we are still firmly in winter mode, and it will be a good 4 weeks yet, before I start to gain that true spring feel, until then its a slow gradual transition phase - the main shift in feel comes at the end of March.

Tomorrow will be a carbon copy of today, the weekend will see more cloud especially here, with some drizzle on Saturday and perhaps more overcast grey skies on Sunday, pity today's weather couldn't have waited two more days in this respect. 

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A selection of station records were broken today in the north of England. Resedale camp was 16.8C Northumberland ,16.7C Bridgefoot Cumbria, both 2.5c above old records. #MetOffice data. Mild February continues.

 

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Fog warning issued

8pm tonight to 10am tomorrow

Fog likely to lead to some travel disruption overnight and at first on Monday.

What to expect

  • Slower journey times with delays to bus and train services possible
  • There is a chance of delays or cancellations to flights

Areas of fog are expected to reform during Sunday evening and overnight, with the visibility falling below 100 m in places.

https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/warnings-and-advice/uk-warnings#?date=2019-02-24&id=65b47794-e537-40e0-87a7-4388f3f8a03e

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It came in really thick after dark here yesterday surfaces were damp - but all gone at sunrise.
Not such a cool start today, with light wind I wonder if high so far of 14.6C might be broken.

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Things have come together here today with 16.9C just now, it has been a little lack lustre so far just scraping 15C yesterday.
Whitby area has previously held a temperature record due to Foehn effect in light SW winds descending from the moors.
We can get that too with Blakey and Ralphs Cross area just to the South.

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Quite incredible weather these last few days despite a slight frost first thing.

 

London has hit the magical 70F today.

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