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CMA 12Z Shows Mild Periods And Then Colder From The 28th Feb

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1 hour ago, lassie23 said:

 

This site is having a serious sense of humour bypass, it's the weather fgs

It's gone because people were abusing it again and using it to subtly pick on people and being generally unpleasant with it. It's gone because of some posters behaviour, not our sense of humour bypass (that's scheduled for Thursday, I hear).

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1 hour ago, Lauren said:

It's gone because people were abusing it again and using it to subtly pick on people and being generally unpleasant with it. It's gone because of some posters behaviour, not our sense of humour bypass (that's scheduled for Thursday, I hear).

I wanted to use the laughing smiley for your final comment but can't lol, i'll make sure not to be online on Thursday

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Drizzly with some periods of more heavier rain for most of the late morning and early afternoon. Dry and overcast for the rest of the day afterwards

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If anyone is out early here in N Surrey it’s really icy out be aware the roads have patches of black ice not expecting that at all - very slippy - temp 1.5c but a hard ground frost. 

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18 minutes ago, Badgers01 said:

If anyone is out early here in N Surrey it’s really icy out be aware the roads have patches of black ice not expecting that at all - very slippy - temp 1.5c but a hard ground frost. 

Yup, very thick ice on car windscreen earlier, quite surprising for a 'mild spell'. Temp was only 1.2c at 7am. Going up to 12c later, apparently. 

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Once the ice had lifted turned into a belter of a day - great new walk from Walton along broad water to Weybridge then passenger boat across Thames to Shepperton. Then a walk along North bank with amazing houses along river , not sure about flood risk though ?? 

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easterlies showing for 7th of smarch......2020:santa-emoji:

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Whilst over in the MAD thread there's more interest in the collapsing of the threads than the weather

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On 19/02/2019 at 08:41, Wimbledon88 said:

Yup, very thick ice on car windscreen earlier, quite surprising for a 'mild spell'. Temp was only 1.2c at 7am. Going up to 12c later, apparently. 

There's all this talk of exceptionally mild weather on the model thread, but the forecast for here is showing temps up to 10 or 11 for the rest of the week and the weekend. Doesn't seem that exceptional to me.

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1 hour ago, snowblind said:

There's all this talk of exceptionally mild weather on the model thread, but the forecast for here is showing temps up to 10 or 11 for the rest of the week and the weekend. Doesn't seem that exceptional to me.

True. The Met Office are going for highs of 13/14c in the capital over Friday and Saturday. Nought special. Just the usual tedium weatherwise. 

8c just now. Sunny. 

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Hello! Excuse my absence everyone, Iv'e been fairly busy lately, as I have just moved from my mum's to my dad's house. It's been fairly stressful at times, but hey ho!

My mum has been in hospital for the last week, but was discharged yesterday. I've told her to take it easy this week, and to relax (It was nothing major, just a bit of unexpected sickness and low blood pressure, but she's recovering nicely now).

Anyway, I feel as if our efforts have been somewhat rewarded, as today is an absolutely gorgeous day! Crystal clear blue skies, not a breath of wind, and Dare I say it... Spring-like? I'll measure the temperature a bit later.

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20 days in and only 6 days of measurable rain this month. Temperatures remaining mild and dry to at least next week. We're only predicted about 11-12C out on the Kent east coast, hardly extraordinary but a big difference from the much cooler February last year. 

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Inland it's looking exceptionally mild for the time of year, a week of 14-16c maxes is more akin to early April. The south coast going to be a little cooler at times due to wind direction.

Also very sunny today, this month has been pretty good for sunshine!

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:yahoo:The Continent is warming up fast, this year, too...:diablo:

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9 minutes ago, Ed Stone said:

:yahoo:The Continent is warming up fast, this year, too...:diablo:

Always seems to of recent years soon as we get into late March...look out for those building blocks (as per last year) for increasing warmth such as firstly high pressure throughout southern Europe and then building north towards Scandinavia followed by the Azores HP ridge extending towards the UK = built in heat from April onwards.

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1 hour ago, Froze were the Days said:

Always seems to of recent years soon as we get into late March...look out for those building blocks (as per last year) for increasing warmth such as firstly high pressure throughout southern Europe and then building north towards Scandinavia followed by the Azores HP ridge extending towards the UK = built in heat from April onwards.

Ooops, sorry, I appear to have stumbled into the MAD thread by accident . 🙂

 

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Is it safe to say that winter is over?

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I woke up this morning at 6 am and the sky looked the same at 9 pm where there was variable cloud cover with a beautiful white moon which never looked any bigger than normal even at 6:30 pm.  It was very strange seeing a full moon at 6 am as it is the first time I have seen the full moon that early before daybreak.

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What a mixed day ... morning sunshine then afternoon become cloudy and wind picked up then sun just come back out 🤔 when the sun is out the wind chill still hits!!  so not quite T-shirt weather that the hard Hayes men are wearing lol 

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1 hour ago, lassie23 said:

Is it safe to say that winter is over?

Could well be my friend but as long as we don’t get anymore of that grotesque heat this summer I’ll be happy. 

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5 minutes ago, shotski said:

Could well be my friend but as long as we don’t get anymore of that grotesque heat this summer I’ll be happy. 

Heat 💕 makes me feel alive ! No aches or pains with the heat ! Makes me happy and best of all I get all over tan 😊

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2 minutes ago, Snowflake Queen said:

Heat 💕 makes me feel alive ! No aches or pains with the heat ! Makes me happy and best of all I get all over tan 😊

Unfortunately SQ I’m a burner 😭🙈 I don’t mind the heat just not like it was last year. No fun working outside in it burning down on you all day. No tan lines for you then 😉😃

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3 minutes ago, shotski said:

Unfortunately SQ I’m a burner 😭🙈 I don’t mind the heat just not like it was last year. No fun working outside in it burning down on you all day. No tan lines for you then 😉😃

last summer scorched my melons

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