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10 August 2014 12:02 Post ID: #433919 - in reply to #205063
Not Bob Johnson.
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10 August 2014 12:05 Post ID: #433920 - in reply to #205063
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Yellow warning for strong winds issued



Issued at: 1051 on Sun 10 Aug 2014

Valid from: 1100 on Sun 10 Aug 2014

Valid to: 2000 on Sun 10 Aug 2014



Winds have already picked up across Cornwall, and a swathe of strengthening westerly winds will extend its way northeastwards across many other central and southern parts of England and Wales through today. Gusts of 40-50 mph are possible inland, perhaps as high as 60 mph in some exposed coastal locations. The public should be aware of the potential for some minor disruption and difficult driving conditions given the unseasonably strong winds. Wind speeds will tend to moderate from the southwest later this afternoon and evening.



Chief Forecaster's assessment



A deepening area of low pressure will track northeastwards across England and Wales today, with strong winds developing on its southern flank. Coastal areas will tend to be windiest but some strong gusts are also likely inland, especially in association with showers.
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19 August 2014 23:07 Post ID: #435004 - in reply to #205063
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Just a pondering for now but something brewing regards development east to west for our American fiends.2 systems currently active although 5 days out at least for the usa, then another 5-6 for us.
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01 September 2014 23:42 Post ID: #436502 - in reply to #205063
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Just to cheer folks up after tonight's deadline disaster, I'll be on point watch for the first arctic blasts and snowfall.
we need something to look forward to after all.
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15 October 2014 19:35 Post ID: #441095 - in reply to #205063
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Big storm next week Bob ?
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16 October 2014 11:55 Post ID: #441178 - in reply to #205063
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Quite possible GONZALO is currently cat 4 and look where he wants to head to lol.
http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/graphics_at3.shtml?5-daynl?large#contents
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16 October 2014 12:00 Post ID: #441179 - in reply to #205063
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Pleased I'm not in Bermuda.
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17 October 2014 17:41 Post ID: #441240 - in reply to #205063
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Gonzalo dying a slow death mid Atlantic,nothing to worry about for us here.
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18 October 2014 18:59 Post ID: #441403 - in reply to #205063
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The remains of Hurricane Gonzalo will move into the Atlantic in the next few days and then run eastwards across the UK on Monday night. Whilst this will no longer be hurricane strength it still looks likely to bring a period of very strong winds and heavy rain to the UK with the strongest winds on Tuesday as the low pressure clears eastwards. With the energy in this system and the complex nature of its transition from Hurricane to mid-latitude system some uncertainty remains in the track and intensity. However, there is the potential for some significant disruption to travel from the very strong winds on Tuesday, particularly as the strongest winds will coincide with rush hour in places. Difficult driving conditions are also expected thanks to large amounts of spray on the roads and potential for wind blown debris.
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18 October 2014 19:00 Post ID: #441404 - in reply to #205063
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This from the top lad.
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19 October 2014 21:49 Post ID: #441476 - in reply to #205063
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powered up a tad more than expected, but still nothing to worry about,gunna suck some cold air down with it from the north though.
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19 October 2014 21:59 Post ID: #441477 - in reply to #205063
Was canny windy at dinner time at mine.

me recycling bin was overflowing so i had balanced the black box on top of it and it got blown off smashing the nescafe jar that was in it. drama in the street it was.
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19 October 2014 22:46 Post ID: #441481 - in reply to #205063
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tie the fecker up for the morra night.
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19 October 2014 22:48 Post ID: #441482 - in reply to #205063
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Thermals on stand by for Tuesday then t-shirts Thursday onwards.
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19 October 2014 22:54 Post ID: #441483 - in reply to #441482
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Low Pressure for a while then Bob?
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19 October 2014 22:58 Post ID: #441484 - in reply to #441481
BLACKBOB 27 - 19/10/2014 22:46

tie the fecker up for the morra night.


It's bin day on Tuesday. Loads usually stick theirs out on a Monday night.

Can see the bin men having a stroke.
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20 October 2014 11:43 Post ID: #441498 - in reply to #205063
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Here he comes, binday here also should be lively lol,Things will start to ramp up 10pm onwards.
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20 October 2014 11:44 Post ID: #441499 - in reply to #441483
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Pellet - 19/10/2014 22:54

Low Pressure for a while then Bob?

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more the cold air the system will pull down from the north as it crosses west to east.
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20 October 2014 11:57 Post ID: #441500 - in reply to #205063
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http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/warnings/#?regionName=ne...
92F-229DAB4F3EA2_5_NE&tab=warnings&map=Warnings&zoom=5&lon=-3.50&lat=55.50&fcTime=1413846000
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20 October 2014 18:33 Post ID: #441507 - in reply to #205063
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Cheers Bob them lows prove havoc for the old Neuralgia
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20 October 2014 20:17 Post ID: #441516 - in reply to #205063
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Ramping up to our west now.
http://www.xcweather.co.uk/
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24 October 2014 22:57 Post ID: #441818 - in reply to #205063
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Winter on hold, any early signs have now vanished right through till mid Nov.
Watching the situation daily though and will pop the first up here well before mainstream media.
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24 October 2014 23:00 Post ID: #441819 - in reply to #205063
Pleased about that. Was expecting some sort of message of doom when there's a post made on this thread.

A mild, wind free Winter would be spot on for me.
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26 October 2014 20:59 Post ID: #441954 - in reply to #205063
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more unseasonable mild after Wednesday.
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06 November 2014 23:28 Post ID: #442841 - in reply to #205063
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Big changes brewing up in the strat regards warming over Canada, slow burn this 14-21 days.
Defo something everyone is watching including the Meto, just they don't mention it until its 2 days away.
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06 November 2014 23:32 Post ID: #442844 - in reply to #442841
BLACKBOB 27 - 6/11/2014 23:28

Big changes brewing up in the strat regards warming over Canada, slow burn this 14-21 days.
Defo something everyone is watching including the Meto, just they don't mention it until its 2 days away.


What does that mean for us?

Warm weather. Wind or snow?
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06 November 2014 23:39 Post ID: #442847 - in reply to #205063
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winter proper mate, nature wanting to reset the balance of the last few above average months. I've no doubt the TV weather folk will be harping on regards the Polar Vortex and Sudden Stratospheric Warming this winter.
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06 November 2014 23:41 Post ID: #442849 - in reply to #442847
BLACKBOB 27 - 6/11/2014 23:39

winter proper mate, nature wanting to reset the balance of the last few above average months. I've no doubt the TV weather folk will be harping on regards the Polar Vortex and Sudden Stratospheric Warming this winter.


Cheers mate.

Looks like it's grit run time again soon.
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06 November 2014 23:42 Post ID: #442850 - in reply to #205063
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SSW reverses the upper air flows and brings our weather from the East instead of North and west.so depending how cold continental Europe is dictates what we receive.
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08 November 2014 19:37 Post ID: #442919 - in reply to #205063
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Amazing output tonight regards winter storming in end of this month into December.
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08 November 2014 19:43 Post ID: #442920 - in reply to #205063
*pencils in grit run on the calender....
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08 November 2014 19:55 Post ID: #442921 - in reply to #205063
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take the feckin lot.
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08 November 2014 20:01 Post ID: #442922 - in reply to #205063
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08 November 2014 20:01 Post ID: #442923 - in reply to #205063
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2010 written all over that synoptic.
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08 November 2014 20:10 Post ID: #442925 - in reply to #205063
I remember thinking that i should have got a 4x4 that Winter. 4 years on and im thinking it still.
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08 November 2014 20:13 Post ID: #442926 - in reply to #205063
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chunky tyres on a little diesel is all that's needed.
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08 November 2014 20:16 Post ID: #442927 - in reply to #442926
BLACKBOB 27 - 8/11/2014 20:13

chunky tyres on a little diesel is all that's needed.


Aye.

Alternatively, if everyone in the street did their bit when there was a bit snow, then that would be just as useful and cheaper.
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08 November 2014 20:22 Post ID: #442928 - in reply to #205063
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never happen though.
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08 November 2014 20:29 Post ID: #442929 - in reply to #442928
BLACKBOB 27 - 8/11/2014 20:22

never happen though.


Agreed. Yet another symptom of modern day Britain being ruined.
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08 November 2014 20:43 Post ID: #442931 - in reply to #205063
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Pointless posting the current charts on here regards what the models are now showing.
In laymen's terms high pressure is forming over the Arctic pole which in turn will form a blocking effect preventing milder air travelling over the Atlantic towards us.
these blocks take a while to develop 7-21 days and even longer to move on once they become established.so basically no mild air from the west opens the door to everything bitter from the north and east.
time will tell as always.
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