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Just now, igloo said:

does look like was many years ago

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Perhaps it will crash back down to extreme negativity next winter!? 😉

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The final month of winter is here. Not a single flake of snow so far that's almost unheard of here in the north east.

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One benefit of this snorefest of a winter.... I've spent far less time poring over charts and posts on here. There's just been no point. 

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Raining again this morning . Mud has retuned in abundance.. If only we had some frost or the rain stopped.just for a change.

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1 hour ago, Summer Sun said:

The final month of winter is here. Not a single flake of snow so far that's almost unheard of here in the north east.

Could it be the end of British winter as we know it?

I get the feeling it could be, especially for Southern England.

Global warming and ice melt driving weather patterns that will favour Westerly, Atlantic flow of weather on a much more regular basis. 

I can't remember a winter where so many mid latitude countries have experienced such sustained mild weather conditions!

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2 hours ago, snowblizzard said:

Global warming and ice melt driving weather patterns that will favour Westerly, Atlantic flow of weather on a much more regular basis. 

Up until recently it was thought that increased ice melt would favour northern blocking.  Perhaps we’re beyond that now?

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2 hours ago, Don said:

Up until recently it was thought that increased ice melt would favour northern blocking.  Perhaps we’re beyond that now?

I think the ice melt this year has been in a different place, more towards the Pacific side, so is unusual wrt that theory, so maybe worth waiting a few years to see what the impact is?

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45 minutes ago, Summer Sun said:

 

That's astonishing, and worrying, at the same time.

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7 minutes ago, Sceptical said:

That's astonishing, and worrying, at the same time.

And depressing.

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Record for max. temp was broken on 134 out of 154 stations in my country today.

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1 minute ago, daz_4 said:

Record for max. temp was broken on 134 out of 154 stations in my country today.

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It just will not give up!

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Just to add to the Oslo snow thing, if it makes a difference, the airport is 23 miles inland from the city and at 208 metres vs sea-level

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over on the fantasy thread there still in la la land about snow.but in the REAL world we will have to watch over the next 3 weeks for some real stormy weather so batten down the hatches everyone some really nasty storms on the way.  

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7 hours ago, snowblizzard said:

I can't remember a winter where so many mid latitude countries have experienced such sustained mild weather conditions!

1988/89?  However, whether they were this mild, I’m not sure?

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7 hours ago, Northernlights said:

Raining again this morning . Mud has retuned in abundance.. If only we had some frost or the rain stopped.just for a change.

After rain showers this morning, sleety showers this afternoon in a temp of 2C (higher up in the Glen). Passed a field of depressed-looking cattle standing motionless, shin-deep in mud. The whole field was a messy mud fest.

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The crap Train rattles on boringly predictably so on its sad depressing and frustratingly on time track 

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Welcome to NO WINTER!!. This is incredible. When will we see some cold? The problem is very serious.

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1 minute ago, Summer Sun said:

Heavy snow in Iraq this afternoon

 

You coudnt write it!!!🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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31 minutes ago, Corisa said:

Welcome to NO WINTER!!. This is incredible. When will we see some cold? The problem is very serious.

No its not.🤣

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30 minutes ago, Corisa said:

Welcome to NO WINTER!!. This is incredible. When will we see some cold? The problem is very serious.

Indeed. And kudos to @CreweCold for making this year's standout winter forecast?! :oldgood:

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