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Weatherview with Bob.
30 October 2011 18:33 Post ID: #215027 - in reply to #205063
The east coast of the U.S. has been hit by early snow. Maybe we'll get some soonish.

http://web.orange.co.uk/article/news/three_killed_as_early_snowstor...
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02 November 2011 18:02 Post ID: #216358 - in reply to #205063
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not a jot showing,if anythiong it's the opposite compared to last year right out until the 14th.
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02 November 2011 19:28 Post ID: #216379 - in reply to #205063
The Daily Express had a front page scare story today which predicted a Siberian winter was nigh..

Obviously the De-icer companies must be getting some commission for this.

http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/281196
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02 November 2011 19:41 Post ID: #216384 - in reply to #205063
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load of bollocks TNMW if one does crop up it'll be by shear luck on their behalf not by any forecasting skills.
Piers Corbyn is a renegade crook with his own pay per view weather site.
the tabloids lap it up lol.trust me nothing even winter like is showing at present and as fecked if i'd bet on xmas day snow with the current synoptics.
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02 November 2011 19:42 Post ID: #216385 - in reply to #205063
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meant cock not crook.he might try to sue me lol.
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02 November 2011 19:44 Post ID: #216386 - in reply to #205063
As long as it's not too windy then ill be happy this winter.
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04 November 2011 19:53 Post ID: #216996 - in reply to #205063
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not a chance of any ice age as reported by the rags.
slight cool down late sat into sun,then temps back on the increase with this warm southerly flow.
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04 November 2011 20:08 Post ID: #216998 - in reply to #205063
I may just stock up on me grit whilst everybody has their guard down.
Surely the council will have restocked the grit bins by now?
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04 November 2011 21:19 Post ID: #217013 - in reply to #205063
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tentative signs of something colder around the 16th mate,but jack shit to worry about.
i'm a cold severe weather lover, trust me if anything was showing.this will be one of the first places i post about it.
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07 November 2011 17:02 Post ID: #217770 - in reply to #205063
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i see something much colder after the next 5 mild days.
too early for anything definative just yet,but it is showing it's hand.
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07 November 2011 22:15 Post ID: #217879 - in reply to #205063
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08 November 2011 17:47 Post ID: #218113 - in reply to #205063
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mild mild mild,tis all.
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13 November 2011 17:47 Post ID: #219585 - in reply to #205063
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shit just looked at tonights GFS and i see dead people lol.
joking aside a shortlived 72 hr cold blip then warming up again friday onwards.feckin awful dark damp day here today.
winter weather proper is now showing for the last few days of NOV and into early DEC.
it may feck off just yet but it is at least showing it's hand with tonight's 12z GFS.
ice age my feckin arse and take ya plastic snow shovels back for a full refund.could do them under the trade description act 1978.
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13 November 2011 22:15 Post ID: #219660 - in reply to #205063
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Thanks for all the updates Bob, much appreciated.
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15 November 2011 19:13 Post ID: #220281 - in reply to #205063
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at long last, it looks like this shite HP thats been stuck over Europe for the last 10-14 days is about to get it's arse kicked.
so more mobile systems towards the last week of Nov.still waiting for the ECM and tonights 18z GFS Data (22.30 ish).
i'll put a bit more meat on the bones, regards what's expected as we head into winter season proper.hang back with the snow tyres just yet lol.
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15 November 2011 19:28 Post ID: #220298 - in reply to #205063
Cheers Bob.. I still haven't got me grit sorted yet but it's an excuse to stay indoors if any bad weather hits as the other half would only have us trail the shops anyway.
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15 November 2011 19:57 Post ID: #220305 - in reply to #205063
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Put me snow tyres on end of October, there will be nowt left of them by the time we get any snow. Bought two big bags of grit and snow shovel so I wasn't caught out. Typical British weather. Pfft.
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15 November 2011 20:25 Post ID: #220322 - in reply to #220305
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peteindatoon - 15/11/2011 19:57

Put me snow tyres on end of October, there will be nowt left of them by the time we get any snow. Bought two big bags of grit and snow shovel so I wasn't caught out. Typical British weather. Pfft.



why put snow tyres on in mid autumn?lol.
put them on when the snow is due, and dont buy grit it's intended to be stolen from the handy bins they place alongside the roads.
ya'll not need a shovel if yas got the right tyres on.
christ yas wasted some loot of late and we still aint into winter.
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15 November 2011 21:13 Post ID: #220347 - in reply to #205063
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They were winter tyres Bob and they work best in temperatures of 8C or below, snow or rain. To be fair tho it has been mild for the time of year and this time last year we had 18" of snow.
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17 November 2011 22:27 Post ID: #221025 - in reply to #205063
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quick update.
no snow for the foreseable (10-14 days)but a rather tasty storm brewing this time next week.looks to batter the west coast,so we ok here folks.
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17 November 2011 22:55 Post ID: #221040 - in reply to #205063
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tonights release from NOAA
Prognostic Discussions
Valid: Nov 23 - 27, 2011 (6-10 Day Outlook)
Valid: Nov 25 - Dec 01, 2011 (8-14 Day Outlook)
Issued: Nov 17, 2011

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PROGNOSTIC DISCUSSION FOR 6 TO 10 AND 8 TO 14 DAY OUTLOOKS
NWS CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER CAMP SPRINGS, MD
300 PM EST THU NOVEMBER 17 2011

6-10 DAY OUTLOOK FOR NOV 23 - 27 2011

TODAY’S 0Z/6Z GFS ENSEMBLE MEANS FEATURE AN AMPLIFIED TROUGH EXTENDING FROM
ALASKA SOUTH INTO THE EAST PACIFIC AND A WEAK TROUGH NEAR THE MISSISSIPPI
VALLEY. THE 0Z/6Z GFS AND 0Z CANADIAN ENSEMBLE MEANS ALONG WITH THE OPERATIONAL
0Z/6Z GFS MODEL RUNS INDICATE A PAIR OF LARGE NEGATIVE 500-HPA HEIGHT ANOMALY
CENTERS OVER SOUTHERN ALASKA AND NEAR THE SOUTHERN TIP OF GREENLAND. BY DAY 8,
THE OPERATIONAL 0Z ECMWF MODEL INDICATES DEVELOPMENT OF A DEEP, CLOSED 500-HPA
LOW OVER THE MID-ATLANTIC, WHILE THE OPERATIONAL 0Z/6Z/12Z GFS MODELS ARE MORE
PROGRESSIVE WITH A SHORTWAVE TROUGH EXITING THE EAST COAST. SINCE THE
OPERATIONAL 0Z ECMWF MODEL HAS NO SUPPORT FROM ITS MOST RECENT 12Z RUN, THE
OPERATIONAL GFS MODEL RUNS, OR THE 0Z GFS ENSEMBLE MEMBERS, THE OPERATIONAL 0Z
ECMWF MODEL SOLUTION IS DISCOUNTED TODAY. THE 0Z ECMWF ENSEMBLE MEAN WAS NOT
AVAILABLE FOR INCLUSION IN TODAY'S OFFICIAL 500-HPA BLEND.
TELECONNECTIONS UPON A LARGE NEGATIVE 500-HPA HEIGHT ANOMALY CENTER OVER
SOUTHERN ALASKA AND A STRONG FLOW OF PACIFIC AIR FAVOR NEAR NORMAL TEMPERATURES
ACROSS MOST OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST, CALIFORNIA, AND GREAT BASIN WITH ABOVE
NORMAL TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE NORTH-CENTRAL CONUS. DESPITE AN EXPECTED COOLING
TREND ASSOCIATED WITH LOWER 500-HPA HEIGHTS LATE IN THE PERIOD, LARGE POSITIVE
TEMPERATURE ANOMALIES ON DAY 6 FAVOR NEAR TO ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES ACROSS
THE SOUTHEASTERN CONUS.

DUE TO LARGE DIFFERENCES AMONG THE OPERATIONAL MODEL RUNS ACROSS THE EASTERN
CONUS, THE PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK WAS BASED PRIMARILY ON THE NAEFS PRECIPITATION
TOOL IN THIS REGION. TELECONNECTIONS UPON A LARGE NEGATIVE 500-HPA HEIGHT ANOMALY CENTER OVER SOUTHERN ALASKA FAVOR ABOVE MEDIAN PRECIPITATION ACROSS THE
PACIFIC NORTHWEST AND NORTHERN CALIFORNIA. ENHANCED ODDS FOR BELOW MEDIAN
PRECIPITATION ARE EXPECTED ACROSS THE GREAT PLAINS AND SOUTH FLORIDA.

ANOMALOUS NORTHERLY FLOW INCREASE THE CHANCES FOR BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND
BELOW MEDIAN PRECIPITATION ACROSS MUCH OF ALASKA.

TODAY'S OFFICIAL 500-HPA BLEND CONSISTS OF 10 PERCENT OF TODAY'S OPERATIONAL 0Z GFS CENTERED ON DAY 8...15 PERCENT OF TODAY'S OPERATIONAL 6Z GFS CENTERED ON
DAY 8...25 PERCENT OF TODAY'S 0Z GFS ENSEMBLE MEAN CENTERED ON DAY 8...30
PERCENT OF TODAY'S 6Z GFS ENSEMBLE MEAN CENTERED ON DAY 8...AND 20 PERCENT OF
TODAY'S 0Z CANADIAN ENSEMBLE MEAN CENTERED ON DAY 8.

MODEL OF THE DAY: TODAYS 6Z GFS ENSEMBLE MEAN

FORECAST CONFIDENCE FOR THE 6-10 DAY PERIOD: AVERAGE, 3 ON A SCALE OF 1 TO 5,
DUE TO GOOD AGREEMENT AMONG THE GFS AND CANADIAN ENSEMBLE MEANS OFFSET BY POOR
AGREEMENT AMONG THE OPERATIONAL GFS AND ECMWF MODELS ACROSS THE EASTERN CONUS.

8-14 DAY OUTLOOK FOR NOV 25 - DEC 01, 2011

THE GFS ENSEMBLE MEANS INDICATE THE POTENTIAL FOR A PATTERN CHANGE ACROSS THE
FORECAST DOMAIN AS THE TROUGH NEAR THE WEST COAST RETROGRADES AND 500-HPA
HEIGHTS INCREASE OVER THE CANADIAN MARITIMES. THE OPERATIONAL 0Z/6Z GFS MODEL
RUNS ARE VERY SIMILAR TO THEIR RESPECTIVE ENSEMBLE MEANS. THE OFFICIAL
500-BLEND CHART DEPICTS A BROAD TROUGH OVER THE EAST-CENTRAL CONUS, A WEAK RIDGE ACROSS THE SOUTHWESTERN CONUS, AND AN AMPLIFIED TROUGH EXTENDING FROM
ALASKA SOUTH INTO THE NORTH-CENTRAL PACIFIC.

A DECREASE IN 500-HPA HEIGHTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE DEVELOPMENT OF A BROAD TROUGH
IS EXPECTED TO RESULT IN A COOLING TREND ACROSS THE SOUTHEASTERN CONUS, WHILE
AN INCREASE IN 500-HPA HEIGHTS LEADS TO A WARMING TREND ALONG THE WEST COAST. TELECONNECTIONS UPON A POSITIVE 500-HPA HEIGHT ANOMALY CENTER OVER NEWFOUNDLAND
SUPPORTS INCREASED CHANCES FOR BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE
SOUTHEASTERN CONUS. THE PERSISTENT, UPPER-LEVEL TROUGH ENHANCES THE ODDS FOR
BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES ACROSS ALASKA.

THE DEVELOPING TROUGH OVER THE EAST-CENTRAL CONUS FAVORS ABOVE MEDIAN
PRECIPITATION ACROSS THE OHIO AND TENNESSEE VALLEYS, MID-ATLANTIC, AND
NORTHEAST. EARLY IN THE WEEK-2 PERIOD, ONSHORE FLOW IS EXPECTED TO CONTINUE AND
ENHANCE THE ODDS FOR ABOVE MEDIAN PRECIPITATION IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST,
NORTHERN GREAT BASIN, AND NORTHERN CALIFORNIA. A BUILDING RIDGE INCREASES THE
CHANCES FOR BELOW MEDIAN PRECIPITATION ACROSS THE SOUTHWESTERN CONUS.
PRECIPITATION TOOLS OFFER WEAK SIGNALS ACROSS ALASKA WITH A SLIGHT TILT IN THE
ODDS TOWARD ABOVE MEDIAN PRECIPITATION IN THE ALASKAN PANHANDLE AND BELOW
MEDIAN PRECIPITATION IN WESTERN ALASKA.

THE OFFICIAL 8-14 DAY HEIGHT PROG CONSISTS OF: 10 PERCENT OF TODAY'S
OPERATIONAL 0Z GFS CENTERED ON DAY 11...10 PERCENT OF TODAY'S OPERATIONAL 6Z GFS CENTERED ON DAY 11...30 PERCENT OF TODAY'S 0Z GFS ENSEMBLE MEAN CENTERED ON
DAY 11...30 PERCENT OF TODAY'S 6Z GFS ENSEMBLE MEAN CENTERED ON DAY 11...AND 20
PERCENT OF TODAY'S 0Z CANADIAN ENSEMBLE MEAN CENTERED ON DAY 11.

FORECAST CONFIDENCE FOR THE 8-14 DAY PERIOD IS: AVERAGE, 3 ON A SCALE OF 1 TO
5, DUE TO GOOD AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE OPERATIONAL GFS MODEL RUNS AND THEIR
ENSEMBLE MEANS OFFSET BY UNCERTAINTY INHERENT IN A POTENTIAL PATTERN CHANGE.

FORECASTER: BRAD PUGH

NOTES:


AUTOMATED FORECASTS ARE ISSUED ON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. OCCASSIONALLY MANUAL
INTERVENTION IS NECESSARY TO ADDRESS QUALITY CONTROL AND CONSISTENCY ISSUES.
IN THESE CASES, FORECASTS ARE MANUALLY DRAWN BUT A FULL DISCUSSION IS NOT
ISSUED.

THE NOTATION FOR THE CATEGORICAL FORECAST INDICATED ON THE MAPS IS
THE SAME AS THAT IN THE TABLES: A-ABOVE N-NEAR NORMAL B-BELOW

THE TEMPERATURE MAP SHOWS REGIONS WITH > 33% CHANCE OF BEING WARMER
(ORANGE, "A"), COLDER (BLUE, "B"), OR CLOSE TO (UNSHADED, "N")
HISTORICAL AVERAGE VALUES FOR THE CALENDAR PERIOD OF THE FORECAST
(DASHES, "F"). LABELS ON THE SHADED LINES GIVE THE PROBABILITY
(> 33%) OF THE MORE LIKELY CATEGORY (B OR A). PROBABILITY OF N IS
ALWAYS < 40%.

THE PRECIPITATION MAP SHOWS REGIONS WITH > 33% CHANCE OF BEING
WETTER (GREEN, "A"), DRIER (TAN, "B"), OR CLOSE TO (UNSHADED, "N")
HISTORICAL MEDIAN VALUES FOR THE CALENDAR PERIOD OF THE FORECAST
(DASHES, "INCHES"). LABELS ON THE SHADED LINES GIVE THE PROBABILITY
(> 33%) OF THE MORE LIKELY CATEGORY (B OR A). PROBABILITY OF N IS
ALWAYS < 40%.

IN THE SOUTHWEST AND OTHER CLIMATOLOGICALLY DRY REGIONS - THERE WILL
BE A GREATER THAN 33.3% CHANCE OF NO PRECIPITATION AND OCCASIONALLY
EVEN A NORMAL (I.E. MEDIAN) VALUE OF ZERO - ESPECIALLY DURING THE DRY
SEASONS. IN SUCH CASES A FORECAST OF NEAR NORMAL IS EFFECTIVELY A
FORECAST OF LITTLE OR NO PRECIPITATION.

THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER USES 1981-2010 BASE PERIOD MEANS FOR
TEMPERATURE...PRECIPITATION...AND 500-HPA HEIGHTS AS REFERENCE IN
THE CLIMATE OUTLOOKS.

THE NEXT SET OF LONG-LEAD MONTHLY AND SEASONAL OUTLOOKS WILL BE RELEASED ON
DECEMBER 15
ANALOGS TO THE 5 DAY MEAN OBSERVED PATTERN CENTERED 3 DAYS AGO (D-3)
FOR THE REGION FROM 20N TO 70N LATITUDE AND 175E TO 60W LONGITUDE
INCLUDE THE 5 DAY PERIODS CENTERED ON THE FOLLOWING DATES:
19891106 - 19711101 - 19901126 - 19941120 - 20031124

ANALOGS TO THE 7 DAY MEAN OBSERVED PATTERN CENTERED 4 DAYS AGO (D-4)
FOR THE REGION FROM 20N TO 70N LATITUDE AND 175E TO 60W LONGITUDE
INCLUDE THE 7 DAY PERIODS CENTERED ON THE FOLLOWING DATES:
19891105 - 19711103 - 19901128 - 19891110 - 19751129


6-10 DAY OUTLOOK TABLE
OUTLOOK FOR NOV 23 - 27 2011

STATE TEMP PCPN STATE TEMP PCPN STATE TEMP PCPN
WASHINGTON N A OREGON N A NRN CALIF N A
SRN CALIF N N IDAHO A A NEVADA N A
W MONTANA A N E MONTANA A N WYOMING A N
UTAH N A ARIZONA N N COLORADO A B
NEW MEXICO A B N DAKOTA A B S DAKOTA A B
NEBRASKA A B KANSAS A B OKLAHOMA A N
N TEXAS A B S TEXAS A B W TEXAS A B
MINNESOTA A B IOWA A B MISSOURI A N
ARKANSAS A A LOUISIANA A N WISCONSIN A B
ILLINOIS A N MISSISSIPPI A A MICHIGAN A N
INDIANA A A OHIO A A KENTUCKY A A
TENNESSEE A A ALABAMA A A NEW YORK A A
VERMONT A A NEW HAMP A A MAINE A A
MASS A A CONN A A RHODE IS A A
PENN A A NEW JERSEY A A W VIRGINIA A A
MARYLAND A A DELAWARE A A VIRGINIA A A
N CAROLINA A A S CAROLINA A N GEORGIA A N
FL PNHDL A N FL PENIN N B AK N SLOPE B B
AK ALEUTIAN B B AK WESTERN B B AK INT BSN B B
AK S INT B B AK SO COAST B B AK PNHDL B N



8-14 DAY OUTLOOK TABLE
OUTLOOK FOR NOV 25 - DEC 01, 2011

STATE TEMP PCPN STATE TEMP PCPN STATE TEMP PCPN
WASHINGTON A A OREGON A A NRN CALIF A A
SRN CALIF A B IDAHO A A NEVADA A N
W MONTANA A N E MONTANA A B WYOMING A N
UTAH A A ARIZONA A B COLORADO A N
NEW MEXICO A B N DAKOTA A B S DAKOTA A B
NEBRASKA A B KANSAS A B OKLAHOMA N N
N TEXAS N N S TEXAS N B W TEXAS A B
MINNESOTA A B IOWA A B MISSOURI N N
ARKANSAS N A LOUISIANA B N WISCONSIN A B
ILLINOIS N N MISSISSIPPI B A MICHIGAN A A
INDIANA N A OHIO A A KENTUCKY N A
TENNESSEE N A ALABAMA B A NEW YORK A A
VERMONT A A NEW HAMP A A MAINE A A
MASS A A CONN A A RHODE IS A A
PENN A A NEW JERSEY A A W VIRGINIA N A
MARYLAND A A DELAWARE A A VIRGINIA N A
N CAROLINA N A S CAROLINA B A GEORGIA B N
FL PNHDL B N FL PENIN B N AK N SLOPE N N
AK ALEUTIAN B N AK WESTERN B B AK INT BSN B N
AK S INT B N AK SO COAST B N AK PNHDL B A

LEGEND
TEMPS WITH RESPECT TO NORMAL PCPN WITH RESPECT TO MEDIAN
A - ABOVE N - NEAR NORMAL A - ABOVE N - NEAR MEDIAN
B - BELOW B - BELOW


SEE THE SHIT I HAVE TO READ THROUGH.
basically what it says is the fact we are comming out of this stuck weather pattern as the Atlantic looks to be stirring again.
thank fuck for that as these dark dank days are no good for man nor beast.mobility is arriving so i expect mild and wet with the odd overnight frost under clear skies.
at last we have some weather.



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21 November 2011 11:46 Post ID: #222086 - in reply to #205063
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bit of the white stuff showing it's head for late friday night.
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21 November 2011 12:00 Post ID: #222089 - in reply to #205063
We've been lucky so far with no real cold weather hitting yet, although winter doesn't officially start until next week. Im getting that grit i was on about later on. May as well before the doom merchants cause a panic.
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21 November 2011 18:59 Post ID: #222247 - in reply to #205063
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ignore the doom feckers,i'll keep yas all upto date.
waiting for tonights run, and i'll post something more credible up.
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21 November 2011 19:02 Post ID: #222251 - in reply to #205063
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at the moment the northern hemisphere is up and down more than Ulrikas knickers.so plenty time for the cum shot just yet.
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25 November 2011 11:18 Post ID: #223475 - in reply to #205063
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batten down the hatches this LPsystem is going to hit tonight and into tomorrow.
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25 November 2011 11:20 Post ID: #223477 - in reply to #205063
The heating's packed in today..

Boiler's fucked.

Can't get the engineer out till Sunday, so hopefully it wont be too cold.
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25 November 2011 11:57 Post ID: #223485 - in reply to #205063
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there could well be a few need a roofer come monday lol
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25 November 2011 12:07 Post ID: #223488 - in reply to #205063
Ive decided that if our gutters come off again due to snow/ice then they can stay off for good. As for the wind bothering the roof. When we got our extension done, we had the gable end of the old roof missing and we got 80mph gusts... I had to climb up and stick a couple of temporary tarpaulins there for a couple of days until we could finish the job properly... even then the wind was still gusting to 40 -50mph but i couldn't hack the worry and noise due to the high winds with nee roof on. So i tend not to worry now.
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25 November 2011 17:02 Post ID: #223596 - in reply to #205063
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this fecker is intensifying as it hits the land to our west.the meto should be shouting about well before now.
keep away from overhanging trees for the next 24 hrs.
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25 November 2011 23:15 Post ID: #223808 - in reply to #205063
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ownd to bob,i'll claim this MetO feast as my own.
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27 November 2011 15:47 Post ID: #224626 - in reply to #205063
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no end insight of gales from the west for at least the next 5 days or so.the Atlantic is awake and flexing itself.
now snow to speak of either even though temps drop way back for the comming week.
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28 November 2011 12:13 Post ID: #224845 - in reply to #205063
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another wild one tomorrow,of more concern is the one progged for saturday gusts of 65mph+ through the afternoon into evening.
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28 November 2011 19:02 Post ID: #224952 - in reply to #205063
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i see feckin snow,saturdays LP system looks to drag cold air from the Canadian east coast and from Greenland.
sunday onwards looking favourite for the white stuff.i'll put some meat on it as the runs progress.
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28 November 2011 19:33 Post ID: #224965 - in reply to #205063
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[IMG]http://i44.tinypic.com/r28gna.png[/IMG]
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28 November 2011 21:55 Post ID: #225029 - in reply to #205063
Editing the pic you posted would show this Bob..



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28 November 2011 22:00 Post ID: #225032 - in reply to #205063
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fecked if i know how to do that lol.i'll keep em comming you do the clever thing lol.
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28 November 2011 22:02 Post ID: #225034 - in reply to #225032
BLACKBOB - 28/11/2011 22:00

fecked if i know how to do that lol.i'll keep em comming you do the clever thing lol.


it's all explained in the editing pics forum..

instead of using the IMG either side, you just put the picture link inside a different bit of code..

the code is in that thread but the last pic link would look like this.


<img src='http://i44.tinypic.com/r28gna.png' title='forum smileys'>
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28 November 2011 22:08 Post ID: #225040 - in reply to #205063
Not Bob Johnson.
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so i have to type all that shit before and after the link?
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28 November 2011 22:11 Post ID: #225044 - in reply to #225040
BLACKBOB - 28/11/2011 22:08

so i have to type all that shit before and after the link?


basically mate.

I just have it saved in a text document for easy access.

Copy this code Bob and save it somewhere for easy access. replace the piece of writing with the code of the pic of your choice. to get the code from any picture, just right click on the mouse and COPY IMAGE LOCATION.

<img src='replace this text with the picture link' title='forum smileys'>
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