What is the torpedo/future cold spell everyone's banging on about?
By Deep Snow please
Seen a lot of discussion about a torpedo in the model thread and frankly don't understand:
What is it? What weather wild it bring? When is it? How can we be so sure this far out?
What's your fantasy winter?
By Deep Snow please
There might already be a thread for this, but figured it'd be good to have one in the winter forum.
What do you want from winter - (1st December to 28th February official, looking a little longer this year if things go to plan).
Do you want a mild, wet winter or a cold and snowy winter, or something different. What snow depth do you want, if realistic pressures like having to get to work weren't a barrier, what temperatures do you want?
Snow depths: 120cm by Christmas, 240cm-360cm by February
Temperatures: Record of -25C maximum by day and -35C minimum by night
Icicle counts: Should occur regularly and be anything up to 3ft in length
Snow drifts: Good 10ft or so
Maximum Windspeed: Around 150mph
Ice Days: At least 40
Frosts: Every day from Dec to Feb
Svalbard - the first days
By Mark Bayley
I am enrolled at UNIS,Svalbard, studying Arctic glaciers till September. I am hoping to keep this blog updated with details of what I am up to and pictures. So far I am limited to Longyearbyen, having not received gun training, but next week will start with fieldwork. The weather has so far been sunny, and rather warm, reaching a high of 15c yesterday. The constant light is taking some getting use too! I'll be visiting a local glacier on Thursday, where I hope to update!
April/May Cool/Cold Spell
Good Evening to you all.
As the Warm/Hot Spell is ending as we speak or has ended depending on where you are the cool spell slowly taking over the UK with unsettled weather as it main force.
Your opinions/thoughts on the spell/period.
Please also be respectful of other users opinions as well...
Midweek Snow: 28-29th January Onwards
By Ross Andrew Hemphill
There may already be a thread for this so lock this if that's the case....
Met Office weather warnings have been issued for much of the country for heavy, frequent snow showers from tomorrow morning.
Here is the latest output from the models:
Very interesting spell of weather coming up very soon, lets all keep everyone informed of what's happening across the country.
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