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Northwest England regional thread 3 /3 onwards

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3 minutes ago, damianslaw said:

It looks a north-south divide to me, draw a line from Cheshire to Humber, south of it, very good, north of it - very average. Cumbria alot worse though than rest of NW , another line from Morecambe Bay to Northumberland - the bit inbetween the transition zone.

What's new there then ,I've seen Cheshire at 27 c and then on to ulverston at 19 c 

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6 minutes ago, damianslaw said:

It looks a north-south divide to me, draw a line from Cheshire to Humber, south of it, very good, north of it - very average. Cumbria alot worse though than rest of NW , another line from Morecambe Bay to Northumberland - the bit inbetween the transition zone.

south of humber very good? Just where I fall into then...

Not sure about your analysis on the MAD thread though. The ECM would certainly be a lock-in pattern. A high slapped right over the UK sealing everything off, so no reprieves

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2 minutes ago, Mokidugway said:

What's new there then ,I've seen Cheshire at 27 c and then on to ulverston at 19 c 

liverpool is usually the boundary line. north of it can get away with the worst, south of it will suffer. The ECM though has that boundary much further north.

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Not to worry ice man won't be long before winter and the mod thread is full of bloody murr and co 😏

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