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Please keep this thread solely to discussing the model output. The model banter thread is available for more loosely model related chat, ramps and moans.

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4 minutes ago, Steve Murr said:

This is why the models have suddenly flipped to that sharp NW > SE allignment

If you are looking for sustained cold then a SSW split + follow up warmings & continual negative zonal winds are the hallmarks of LONG cold spells, * with the usual caveat that we are the SW point of the cold & could always see some milder air pushing back west *

This could be a crippling final quarter of Winter for Europe & the Balkans- 

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Fantastic post as ever Steve.  🖒

Just hope we are included with Europe and were not forgotten... 😂

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24 minutes ago, cheeky_monkey said:

GFS Parallel is on steroids on the 12hr run ...cold and then severe cold at the end

That one caught me out too, CM...I was just about to make a post saying how 'consistent with 06Z' it is!:wallbash:

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as i cant see the GFS 12hr Parallel  ..looking at the all the 12hr ensembles virtually all are showing major height rises spinning out of the Pacific up into Alaska and the arctic..forcing cold air out into N.America ..the further the west this push the colder it will get in Europe and the UK ..IMO looking from over here.

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ECM Mean taking its time 🤨 

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1 minute ago, No Balls Like Snow Balls said:

Awkward!! 😂

Not talking about what your on about mate!! 

Anyhoo  really glad to see things looking up, be good to have something worth remembering this winter, like last, cold winters tend to come in clumps, it's no coincidence they tend to come during Low sun patterns. . . 

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1 minute ago, karlos1983 said:

ECM Mean taking its time 🤨 

I’m hoping the Op was a warm outlier 😃 if it’s not a cold outlier I’ll be very pleasantly surprised!!

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2 minutes ago, karlos1983 said:

ECM Mean taking its time 🤨 

I think its the big freeze that the models are sensing is on its way!causing the systems to freeze and crash already!!expect short to medium term upgrades from tomorrow!!

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Looks like all pieces of the pie have come together and we finally have cross model agreement on drastic changes occuring during the last 1/3 of the month. Really interesting few months coming up after such an incredibly slow moving winter. 

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9 minutes ago, karlos1983 said:

ECM Mean taking its time 🤨 

ECM mean T240 . What do we think ? Looks a bit 😟

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10 minutes ago, karlos1983 said:

ECM Mean taking its time 🤨 

Stay calm Karlos. 

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29 minutes ago, The BEAST From The East said:

Fantastic post as ever Steve.  🖒

Just hope we are included with Europe and were not forgotten... 😂

As this all happens before March 29th, we’re in.

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3 minutes ago, ICE COLD said:

ECM mean T240 . What do we think ? Looks a bit 😟

92BF1B3D-22E6-4646-9997-9F1AF0F54061.png

Is the mean chart of 50 ECM members really going to be much use in this situation?

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5 minutes ago, ICE COLD said:

ECM mean T240 . What do we think ? Looks a bit 😟

92BF1B3D-22E6-4646-9997-9F1AF0F54061.png

No better than the 00z , and no where near as good as the Op or GEFS...One day we’ll get cross model agreement at the 10 day point!! Op May still have it nailed though, roughly anyway!!

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9 minutes ago, ICE COLD said:

ECM mean T240 . What do we think ? Looks a bit 😟

92BF1B3D-22E6-4646-9997-9F1AF0F54061.png

Digging low heights, possible wedge to north/northeast

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 ensembles FNMOC/NOGAPS 12z gens-2-1-348.thumb.png.2819dcd9fd54060ca24602de90dadbba.pnggens-2-1-384.thumb.png.fed72ca9f41783bb1dfe7625036cd69f.pnggens-2-0-372.thumb.png.5a73cff1dc3afe06a916e35f6d929da0.pnggens-3-1-384.thumb.png.538ca552dd21ed5c2ce498717bcae2df.pnggens-11-3-384.thumb.png.b2834340336b9d46f33a96a259cf7760.pnggens-12-1-348.thumb.png.dcae7c8513d5042dd5a5e9965af2ebee.png   a few more in the scandi high camp starting to pop up...

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31 minutes ago, karlos1983 said:

ECM Mean taking its time 🤨 

The graph has finally updated

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The mean and op are reasonably close until around the 17th before a big gap at the very end

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22 minutes ago, ICE COLD said:

ECM mean T240 . What do we think ? Looks a bit 😟

92BF1B3D-22E6-4646-9997-9F1AF0F54061.png

1035 Arctic high and suggestions of a sliding Atlantic low from NW to SE, showing elongation along that axis.

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6 minutes ago, ukpaul said:

1035 Arctic high and suggestions of a sliding Atlantic low from NW to SE, showing elongation along that axis.

Yep i agree  also shows perhaps the op is a few days early in its evolution compared to the other ensembles   its looks all good to me. 

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10 minutes ago, Summer Sun said:

The graph has finally updated

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The mean and op are reasonably close until around the 17th before a big gap at the very end

Not unexpected Gav. Pretty much exactly the date I thought it might go off. Trend setter perhaps 🤞

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11 minutes ago, ukpaul said:

1035 Arctic high and suggestions of a sliding Atlantic low from NW to SE, showing elongation along that axis.

It looks similar to the slider we had back last December 

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3 minutes ago, weirpig said:

Yep i agree  also shows perhaps the op is a few days early in its evolution compared to the other ensembles   its looks all good to me. 

Yer I remember last Feb/March the op was a little early bringing in the cold , I think @bluearmy  mentioned this the other day . So yes nothing really changes . It’s all good in the hood 😁

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