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Monday 14th April to Easter Monday 2014

Posted by TonyH in TonyH's Blog, 13 April 2014 · 142 views

Headline: Mild and mostly dry with sunny spells; frost and fog patches overnight; turning unsettled next weekend

Mostly dry with some sunny spells since last Tuesday with temperatures around or a little above the April average (13c) although quite warm at times for the Midlands where Coventry topped 16c (60f) on Wednesday for example. There were a few...

Top 10 Moments of the Winter 2013/2014

Posted by weathermaster in weathermaster's Blog, 10 April 2014 · 137 views

10. False taste of winter



Towards the end of November the UK got it's first taste of winter with strong Northerly winds and some wintry weather around as well.

9. The January tease



January was mostly settled and it always felt like it was leading up to something the models would show us some cold charts then downgrade them as we got closer...

Hmm!

Posted by Tim B in Tim Bs' Ownage, 07 March 2014 · 147 views
first day of spring, #davecalls

Looks like the first of the nice weather this weekend, maybe I'll take a trip around some of the countryside if I get time between my Uni work and all the other stuff people are trying to hire me for!

Looking forward to it.

Oh and yeah, I simply couldn't resist changing my Facebook profile picture to something you might recognize!

Goodnight!



February 7th update

Posted by pat lightning timmer in pat lightning timmer's Blog, 07 February 2014 · 236 views

February 7th update Now development through Texas and Arkansas , every hour snow storm expanding in size and snow rate...expected to hit here around 12.00am(6hrs time)

A little something i want to get out of my head.

Posted by Skulltheruler in Skulltheruler's Blog, 03 February 2014 · 241 views

I personally feel sorry for chris mantle a fair bit about what happened this morning I feel that the regional discussions forums/threads or whatever you call it should at least have ' friendly chats' in them even 'if' there are slight to moderate 'off-topic' things that may or may not be the weather at all.

People may agree with me or not agree with me b...

A wet start to 2014

Posted by Barbmac in Barbmac's Blog, 02 January 2014 · 282 views

Well what a soggy start to 2014! I measured 32mm of rain in our gauge for yesterday...the Hill won't be fit for walking today, far too mushy on the paths. It's been mild, though, at 8.4o C. Still wondering whether neighbours fence panels will finally lift off this winter, they're closer to it every storm. http://f1.nwstatic.c.../style_emoti...

Winter Forecast Recap/Update

Posted by LomondSnowstorm in East-central Scotland Weather Central, 27 December 2013 · 467 views

With December nearly over (and with me having some spare time on my hands for once) I thought it would be a good time to assess my winter forecast so far and give my thoughts on where we're likely to head weatherwise in the New Year.
This was my NH composite forecast for the general height pattern for both the troposphere and stratosphere for December, al...

AWT'S Winter Forecast 2013/2014

Posted by A Winter's Tale in Scotland Weather Central 2013, 09 December 2013 · 453 views

DECEMBER... A mild-very mild month with long periods of south westerly winds. More unsettled in more northern and western areas with little sunshine and persistent rainfall. During the latter half of the month there may be a more progressive outlook with a trend of short cooler and showery spells - especially in northern and western areas - aswell as a ri...

The week the Arctic High took control

Posted by canadiancoops in canadiancoops' Blog, 07 December 2013 · 308 views
cold

As a strong storm came through at the weekend it also introduced an arctic high with bitterly cold temperatures.

This week we have not got above -25oC and night time has been around -32oC.

Tonight the temperature has really taken a tumble and at 11:20pm tonight its currently -37oC. The record low here is -42oC set in Dec 2008. Will we break it? I guess...

TV News footage of the big Snow of Christmas 1995

Posted by Shetland Coastie in The Big Snow of 95, 19 November 2013 · 416 views

A friend posted this on my Facebook page. It's a collection of news items about the big snow of 1995.

https://www.facebook...644610552256298

AWT's Winter Blog 2013/2014

Posted by A Winter's Tale in snowscotland's Blog, 18 November 2013 · 464 views

Snow Diary so far:

Monday 18th November - Snow shower from the NW late in the day - No lying snow
Thursday 5th December - Snow flurries from the NW - Lying snow of a dusting
Friday 6th December - Snow flurry from the NW and some patchy snow from the west - No lying snow
Thursday 19th December - Snow shower from the west in the morning - No lying snow...

Some storms from Brighton's history

Posted by xxsnowflakexx in xxsnowflakexx's Blog, 28 October 2013 · 372 views

After today's storm it was interesting to read some of these pieces about storms in Brighton's history:    
   http://rpmcollection...weather    

   ..and some more on Brighton's storms:   http://www.brighton-...storms.aspx  

History...

Vote for us!

Posted by Shetland Coastie in Hagar's Blog, 16 October 2013 · 312 views

Hi folks. Off on a bit of a tangent here. This here is my other hobby, singing. Me and my friend Caz did this for the final of a contest on the karaoke website SingSnap. The winner will be decided by public vote so I'm looking for a favour - your vote! You can vote for us by visiting https://www.facebook...ingsnap  just scroll down to our entry and cli...

Scottish Independence

Posted by A Winter's Tale in Thoughts, Comments and Analysis! , 13 August 2013 · 598 views

In the closing year of the 20th Century, finally, Scotland had its own devolved parliament in the wake of a referendum in 1997. In just thirteen years, Holyrood had performed tremendously to boost life for Scottish citizens including: the introduction of the smoking ban, abolition of tuition fees and the provision for free prescriptions. These stupendous...

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Glastonbury Forecast 22 and Final - 28th June

Posted by J10 in Netweather Community Blog, 28 June 2013 · 858 views

This is the final forecast for Glastonbury 2013, so thanks for reading and for your comments.

Unfortunately the rain yesterday totalled 10mm and this has caused some mud on site, this was forecast but only very recently, so earlier forecasts in the week did not pick this up. According to site reports, the wet ground and dampness is starting to dry out an...

Stormchase 2013 - Day 10

Posted by HeadcornWx in Stormchase USA 2013 , 22 June 2013 · 464 views
stormchase

One word sums up todays chase. Amazing!
We left Scotts bluff and temps/dew points were just about right to make the whole place feel juicy and ideal for development of severe storms later that day.

As we headed west towards the Rockies we could see huge convection on top of the mountains. Things were looking good and soon these storms became severe warne...

Blame Culture

Posted by Tim B in Tim's Tardis, 02 June 2013 · 362 views

Not posted here in a while but since this topic has been raised again I shall be succinct.

I recently moved in to a new apartment and...

Sod it, just watch, I'll let you decide.



World Snooker Championship + top 10 favourite players

Posted by Thundery wintry showers in The Land of TWS (aka Ian), 20 April 2013 · 903 views

The 2013 World Championship is underway. I'm particularly intrigued as to how Ronnie O'Sullivan will fare after his sabbatical from the sport, but if anyone can come back "rusty" and put in a fine performance, it would have to be him.

I have the players as most likely to win the tournament as Neil Robertson, Mark Selby and Mark Allen. I think Judd Trump...

snow watch

Posted by Matt Whittle in Matt Whittle's Blog, 05 February 2013 · 644 views

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New - February Forecast

Posted by Barry95 in Barry's Forecasts , 01 February 2013 · 570 views

Barry's February Forecast

The first week of February will have temperatures near or slightly above average, in a W or SW wind. Precipitation will be above average in the North of the UK and around average in the South. It will be mostly cloudy, with strong winds at times, making it feel rather cool.

Into the 2nd week of February,...



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