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On 22/12/2018 at 07:29, Weather-history said:

So what are members weather predictions for 2019? Here's mine, total guesses.

Both January and February colder, drier than average with February the colder and snowier of the two. I am going for a really cold February, maybe the coldest since 1986.

 

Damn you February.......

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So nobody got it correct mother nature will always have the last laugh.

 

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On 22 December 2018 at 07:29, Weather-history said:

So what are members weather predictions for 2019? Here's mine, total guesses.

March: the cold relaxes but still some wintriness, average rainfall

April: first spell of "summer warmth" for the year but also a switch around with winter making another appearance with the most notable April snow since 2008 or 2012, rather wet.

 

 

 

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The thread is hilarious to read ...

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Posted (edited)
1 hour ago, Badgers01 said:

The thread is hilarious to read ...

I think my May prediction was pretty spot on for southern England. I called a poor first half for May. 

Edited by Sunny76

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14 hours ago, Sunny76 said:

I think my May prediction was pretty spot on for southern England. I called a poor first half for May. 

its not really been cold and dry down here more cool and showery 

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It’s been chilly. The early part of May was fairly cold. Daytime temps struggling to reach 16c in early May is cold for the London and southern regions. 

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5 hours ago, Sunny76 said:

It’s been chilly. The early part of May was fairly cold. Daytime temps struggling to reach 16c in early May is cold for the London and southern regions. 

The average high in London in mid-May is 18c, up to 19-20c late in the month. Only a handful of days have even reached 18c at Heathrow.

My latest prediction for the summer in London is as follows:

June: 20c/10c, 25mm, 180 hrs

July: 24c/14c, 40mm, 215 hrs

August: 21c/12c, 80mm, 160 hrs

A cool, dry and cloudy June, an average July, and another chilly/wet/cloudy horror August as is fashionable these days.

Edited by B87

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6 hours ago, Sunny76 said:

It’s been chilly. The early part of May was fairly cold. Daytime temps struggling to reach 16c in early May is cold for the London and southern regions. 

Looking at he stats 16c in early May is where it should be in London and the SE..so cold is an exaggeration 

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Just now, cheeky_monkey said:

Looking at he stats 16c in early May is where it should be in London and the SE..so cold is an exaggeration 

It still feels cold. So it’s not an exaggeration.

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4 minutes ago, cheeky_monkey said:

Looking at he stats 16c in early May is where it should be in London and the SE..so cold is an exaggeration 

London had quite a few days with 11-13c highs in early May. 

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5 hours ago, B87 said:

The average high in London in mid-May is 18c, up to 19-20c late in the month. Only a handful of days have even reached 18c at Heathrow.

My latest prediction for the summer in London is as follows:

June: 20c/10c, 25mm, 180 hrs

July: 24c/14c, 40mm, 215 hrs

August: 21c/12c, 80mm, 160 hrs

A cool, dry and cloudy June, an average July, and another chilly/wet/cloudy horror August as is fashionable these days.

Sounds like a poor or very poor summer then. It won’t surprise me if we have another poor August, although 2018 wasn’t too bad, it came as a slight relief after all the endless hot and dry days of June and July. And this comes from a heat lover lol.

August 2017 was awful.

 

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4 hours ago, B87 said:

London had quite a few days with 11-13c highs in early May. 

This.

May 2019 really has struggled to even make average temps, and the nights have been cold even down south. Only now are we seeing daytime maxes of 20-21c. 

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Just now, Sunny76 said:

Sounds like a poor or very poor summer then. It won’t surprise me if we have another poor August, although 2018 wasn’t too bad, it came as a slight relief after all the endless hot and dry days of June and July. And this comes from a heat lover lol.

August 2017 was awful.

Thank the Lord no-one's really got a clue then?:oldgood:

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17 minutes ago, Sunny76 said:

Sounds like a poor or very poor summer then. It won’t surprise me if we have another poor August, although 2018 wasn’t too bad, it came as a slight relief after all the endless hot and dry days of June and July. And this comes from a heat lover lol.

August 2017 was awful.

 

August is dominated by the Atlantic, but should be best month in south, definitely start of autumn for parts of Scotland

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Posted (edited)

My summer predictions for South Yorkshire, England:

June: 9-17°C, 170 sun hours, 70mm rain

July: 11-19°C, 160 sun hours, 100mm rain

August: 12-20°C, 155 sun hours, 120mm rain

I'm thinking a cool start to summer, a cool July, and August being the mildest of the three (but still ordinary) but also the wettest. 

Edited by Thundershine

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I’m predicting an average to poor summer, then a mini heatwave in September for a couple of weeks, similar to 1985, or 1995, with warm days in early October. This will be a precursor to a cold winter.

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On 22/12/2018 at 07:29, Weather-history said:

 

June: poorest month of the summer, wettest, coolest, dullest of the three

July: improvement on June with more warmth, sunnier and drier

August: a buck from recent Augusts: dry, warm, sunny. Sadly yet another poor summer for thunderstorms for the area.

 

 

Hmmm, so far so good

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3 hours ago, Weather-history said:

Hmmm, so far so good

But its hot dry and sunny today!

 

Just kidding Mr D.😁

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On 22/12/2018 at 07:29, Weather-history said:

 

June: poorest month of the summer, wettest, coolest, dullest of the three

July: improvement on June with more warmth, sunnier and drier

August: a buck from recent Augusts: dry, warm, sunny. Sadly yet another poor summer for thunderstorms for the area.

 

 

August not going too well but can the last few days pull it back a bit? 

Better thunder wise this year

Edited by Weather-history

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On 22/12/2018 at 07:29, Weather-history said:

 

September: dry first half but wetter second half, a bit above average.

 

 

Maybe not too far off.

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9 hours ago, Weather-history said:

Not stormy but certainly wet.

to be fair, that's not hard to guess, predict

Edited by I remember Atlantic 252

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9 hours ago, I remember Atlantic 252 said:

to be fair, that's not hard to guess, predict

Recent Octobers haven't been that wet. This is the first wetter than average October for England and Wales since 2014

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