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Weatherview with Bob.
28 June 2012 07:25 Post ID: #287549 - in reply to #205063
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Meto have finally noticed todays potential,talk about waiting till the last minute lol.
http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/ne/ne_forecast_warnings.html

shit the bed we're in the death zone
http://www.estofex.org/cgi-bin/polygon/showforecast.cgi?text=yes&fc...
http://www.isleofwightweather.co.uk/live_storm_data_sound.htm

Edited by BLACKBOB 28/6/2012 08:34
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28 June 2012 08:42 Post ID: #287553 - in reply to #205063
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watch this radar image explode into colour 12pm onwards.
http://www.raintoday.co.uk/
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28 June 2012 13:34 Post ID: #287618 - in reply to #205063
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aye berb,..first bit a thunder in durham,..and its not the fecking bin day
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01 July 2012 21:00 Post ID: #288185 - in reply to #205063
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anyone hoping for a bit of summer may as well stay in bed for the next 2 weeks.no sign of the jet stream slowing down and heading north on any of tonights charts.
a thundery week ahead beginning tomorrow afternoon.
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01 July 2012 21:11 Post ID: #288186 - in reply to #205063
Im off to Alton Towers on Thursday, hopefully it's not too bad.
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03 July 2012 17:40 Post ID: #288678 - in reply to #205063
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looking stormy again for thursday afternoon,infact it looks shite for the next 3 weeks.
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06 July 2012 07:46 Post ID: #289244 - in reply to #205063
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prepare thyselfs,looks like we are going under water again today.
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08 July 2012 16:46 Post ID: #289766 - in reply to #205063
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bloody hell this doesn't bode well for summer like conditions.very rare the senior METO forcaster is as bold as this.
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UK Outlook for Monday 23 Jul 2012 to Monday 6 Aug 2012:
Climatologically this is the warmest part of the year, but this year a protracted spell of hot, sunny weather looks very unlikely. In fact inclement weather that has characterised June and early July will probably still be in evidence, although overall conditions are unlikely to be as bad. Forecasts for the southern half of the UK favour below average sunshine amounts, with mean daytime temperatures about four times more likely to be below average than above. Rainfall in the south is extremely uncertain, though very wet conditions are a little more likely than very dry. For the northern half of the UK there are no clear indications of above or below average sunshine, rainfall or temperature, although as we move into August conditions here may improve.
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09 July 2012 19:53 Post ID: #289869 - in reply to #205063
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tentative signs of a gradual warm up beginning around the 18th,nothing special but a warm up.pressure looking to fall to our north and a flattening of the jet stream should hopefully let some warm air advect up from the Azores towards us.
fingers crossed!
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10 July 2012 06:12 Post ID: #289895 - in reply to #205063
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The next bloke that spouts off to me about Global warming, is going to get a swift kick in the Knackers.
Load of money making, extra tax payments, shite.
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10 July 2012 17:59 Post ID: #290020 - in reply to #205063
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your not wrong there lol.
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11 July 2012 19:39 Post ID: #290204 - in reply to #205063
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at last i see a faint glimmer of hope in the not to distant future.
more to follow.
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11 July 2012 22:33 Post ID: #290262 - in reply to #205063
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early tentative signs of the HP over Greenland weakening,which inturn will allow the jetstream to head north towards it's usual summer track.
this will then allow the Azores heat to head up north towards us.loads of iff's and buts just jet but the 21'st currently looks like the turning point.
fingers and toes crossed.
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15 July 2012 18:18 Post ID: #290883 - in reply to #205063
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4 days on and everything running to plan regards summer proper.
bit of a LP squiff wed-fri,but after that and as the jetstream heads north.we should be in the summer regime.
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15 July 2012 18:32 Post ID: #290884 - in reply to #205063
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not before time

although other long range forecasts i have heard beg to differ berb..??!!
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15 July 2012 21:23 Post ID: #290969 - in reply to #205063
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take no notice,i have no political axe to grind whatsoever.i speak the truth and have over 8 years experience regards chart reading from all daily models.
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15 July 2012 22:09 Post ID: #290982 - in reply to #205063
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thing with LRF's is they are opinions on how a very complex set of physics may develop.it dont work and never will,may as well look at a larva lamp and guess where tthe next blob is going to finish off.10 day however is much more accurate, but still liable to the odd variable that wasn't predicted.
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15 July 2012 23:30 Post ID: #291001 - in reply to #205063
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looking even better with tonights 18z run.
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17 July 2012 10:27 Post ID: #291261 - in reply to #205063
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The Jet Stream is on the move north..!!!!

Summer is on it's way..
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17 July 2012 19:12 Post ID: #291332 - in reply to #205063
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jet stream heading north dosen't guarantee summer.but i agree things are looking much better than they have for the last 7 weeks.
Areas affected in detail:
N.England, Wales, N.Ireland


Severity level:



Weather type:
Heavy Rain


Alert risk period:
17/07/2012 17:00 until 18/07/2012 23:59


Alert details:
Outbreaks of heavy rain will move across Ireland and into Wales and Northern England during the second part of Tuesday, initially in the form of showers but becoming persistent overnight before that clears to heavy showers and possible thunderstorms during Wednesday.

Rainfall totals in excess of 25-50mm are possible, with a particular focus of the highest rainfall totals likely to be on the east of Northern Ireland, Northwest England and North Wales - especially over high ground.

This is again likely to bring disruption and localised flooding, particularly in the context of other recent heavy rain which has left sodden ground and high river levels.



Confidence: 90%
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19 July 2012 19:46 Post ID: #291771 - in reply to #205063
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bang on schedule.

Posted 11/7/2012 22:33
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Subject: Re: Weatherview with Bob.
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Location: CONSETTearly tentative signs of the HP over Greenland weakening,which inturn will allow the jetstream to head north towards it's usual summer track.
this will then allow the Azores heat to head up north towards us.loads of iff's and buts just jet but the 21'st currently looks like the turning point.
fingers and toes crossed.


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20 July 2012 23:07 Post ID: #291949 - in reply to #205063
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first time in 6 year,the temperature alarm sounded in the greenhouse at 7.8c and the heating has kicked in unfeckin believable for the 3rd week of july.
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22 July 2012 16:36 Post ID: #292127 - in reply to #205063
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make the most of the comming days,because if todays runs are correct the jet is heading south again as HP builds over Greenland.
so it's as we were through June and most of July.
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24 July 2012 21:48 Post ID: #292459 - in reply to #205063
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all down hill as the jet fragments, and HP builds over Greenland by saturday.
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04 August 2012 12:25 Post ID: #294489 - in reply to #205063
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some very explosive storm cells heading north towards Tyneside.
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05 August 2012 20:28 Post ID: #294777 - in reply to #205063
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Bob, your forecasting talents are much appreciated on this forum. So how can you predict it more accurately than they do on TV ?
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05 August 2012 21:22 Post ID: #294788 - in reply to #205063
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it's all down to understanding the area you are forecasting too.the media forecasters have more diploma shit than i could shake a stick at.
but they learned that in a classroom,i learned my bit by shepherding most of my life. once you begin to understand how local microclimate operates, that coupled with the vast array of subscription data online makes for a far more accurate localised forecast.still get them wrong at times though lol.
weather does what weather will.

Edited by BLACKBOB 5/8/2012 21:25
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05 August 2012 21:26 Post ID: #294789 - in reply to #205063
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keep an eye on the 10th-11th for a very significant rise in temps.
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06 August 2012 11:14 Post ID: #294831 - in reply to #205063
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conditions today favourable for a re-run of yesterday,1pm onwards should be about right.
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06 August 2012 11:37 Post ID: #294835 - in reply to #205063
Not saying this lightly but one day Bob, your info is gonna save someone's life on here or maybe their car etc.

Top stuff as ever.
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06 August 2012 12:40 Post ID: #294845 - in reply to #205063
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Durham about to get hit.
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06 August 2012 15:12 Post ID: #294902 - in reply to #205063
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who turned the sun off? its 3pm and its as dark as 9pm severe shit on the way
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06 August 2012 15:16 Post ID: #294905 - in reply to #205063
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Its bloody dark over costa del hazlerigg,and heres the rain...
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06 August 2012 15:19 Post ID: #294906 - in reply to #294845
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Durham about to get hit.


aye we've had a fair bit,.but its sunny as buggery now
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06 August 2012 15:22 Post ID: #294911 - in reply to #205063
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The rain has just hit NE3, thunder and lightning
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06 August 2012 15:23 Post ID: #294913 - in reply to #205063
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NE5 getting a right battering
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06 August 2012 15:33 Post ID: #294916 - in reply to #205063
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Feck, the warehouse has sprung a leak! All hands to the pumps!
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06 August 2012 15:33 Post ID: #294917 - in reply to #205063
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some real nasty stuff still lined up for Tyneside.
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06 August 2012 15:43 Post ID: #294919 - in reply to #205063
Aye... got it here as well. Started around 30 mins ago and the garden resembles the lake district.
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06 August 2012 15:49 Post ID: #294921 - in reply to #205063
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Sitting in an office in south shields (bone dry ) at the moment , But all the seagulls have fucked off !!
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