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Old 19 October 2012, 07:02 AM
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Default speye91 - The Winter Legend......any news for this winter 2012?

As per title squire. Any update? It's a long way away but thought I'd get the ball rolling.

I don't bother with BBC / Met Office anymore come winter only what you say.


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Old 19 October 2012, 07:56 AM
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Lol .... Our very own groundhog !
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Old 19 October 2012, 04:42 PM
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Spew is the best

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Old 19 October 2012, 04:43 PM
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indian summer forcast late next week temps of 18 deg apparently wich is higher than the 13 deg norm for this time of year
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Old 22 October 2012, 09:41 PM
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Originally Posted by powerwrx View Post
indian summer forcast late next week temps of 18 deg apparently wich is higher than the 13 deg norm for this time of year
Sorry been busy.

Injun summer, your having a Giraffe......Dig out the thermals for this weekend. Meto are now onside for a nice wintery blast Friday onwards...Some White stuff will fall down the Eastern side of the UK.

I shall be at the Caravan for a Halloween party this weekend and we are quite high up, so maybe a spooky Snowman may be built. Precip out in the Noth Sea is high, so maybe .....Maybe a canny covering. depending on the upper temps.

John...Still **** mesel at the Spew..
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Flippin eck, one day off last years !
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Old 22 October 2012, 09:58 PM
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Originally Posted by J4CKO View Post
Flippin eck, one day off last years !
The chart's have been showing this for 2 weeks now. Almost nailed on..Meto had to mention it today,as it's within the reliable timeframe.

I had fun laughing at people this weekend, when they said it's going to be an Indian Summer...

Get the Winter woolies OOT.
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Winter tyres on then
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Indian summer was today I think ,except fog didn't roll back
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Old 22 October 2012, 10:46 PM
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Originally Posted by Frosticles View Post
Winter tyres on then
No. Think it's going to be Short blast of cold...Possibly end Tuesday. The PV has split and it's all over the place resulting in the cold blast, but could reform again.
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Getting towards that time for my winter tyres to be fitted then
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Anymore news squire?


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Could the US storm effect us in any way ?
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Could the US storm effect us in any way ?
Nope. : http://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/features/20159153
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SSTs are indicating a fairly "normal" winter for us, wet, windy and not too cold not too warm.

As we are in a neutral state now - its not probable that we will see a fast change that will have any impact on our winter. Give it another month or so - into early December and this becomes a lot more set in stone.

Its also looking, at the moment, like the neutral conditons may last into the summer. This may give a reasonable summer next year, but may give rise to possible impact of any drift in late summer 2013 for a bad winter 2013 - but thats a long way off yet.
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