Surrey John
26 September 2021 07:20:09
Another month where I was miles out with my prediction.

Will have to try and guess better in October, do I just guess now, or wait 4 days and still guess wrong.


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lanky
26 September 2021 07:47:40

Originally Posted by: Surrey John 

Another month where I was miles out with my prediction.

Will have to try and guess better in October, do I just guess now, or wait 4 days and still guess wrong.

You and everyone else

Everyone has gone too low in September and everyone except Hippydave went too high in August

I guess we are all more predictable than the actual weather on here

 


Martin

Richmond, Surrey

Spring Sun Winter Dread
26 September 2021 08:50:35
Yes

I guess I'd just seen the "scorching hot start to September followed by 3 weeks of cool dross" pattern too many times to believe this year would be the exception

But it truly has been. September started on full blast summer mode and even now as I sit here in the 26th , this could pass for a mid July day easily. As could almost any day in the month.

ARTzeman
26 September 2021 10:17:16

Slight Rise..

Met Office Hadley      16.9c.      Anomaly      3.1c provisional to 25th

Metcheck                   16.18c     Anomaly      2.46c

Netweather                16.8c       Anomaly      3.1c

Peasedown St John   16.3c      Anomaly     2.02c.          




Some people walk in the rain.

Others just get wet.

I Just Blow my horn or trumpet

Hungry Tiger
26 September 2021 13:45:13

Originally Posted by: ARTzeman 

Slight Rise..

Met Office Hadley      16.9c.      Anomaly      3.1c provisional to 25th

Metcheck                   16.18c     Anomaly      2.46c

Netweather                16.8c       Anomaly      3.1c

Peasedown St John   16.3c      Anomaly     2.02c.          

4 days left - Shame a change is taking place from tomorrow - If that hadn't happened reckon we could have a 17.0C

 

 


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Caz
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26 September 2021 17:51:18

Originally Posted by: lanky 

You and everyone else

Everyone has gone too low in September and everyone except Hippydave went too high in August

I guess we are all more predictable than the actual weather on here


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Caz
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26 September 2021 17:56:40

Originally Posted by: Spring Sun Winter Dread 

Yes
I guess I'd just seen the "scorching hot start to September followed by 3 weeks of cool dross" pattern too many times to believe this year would be the exception
But it truly has been. September started on full blast summer mode and even now as I sit here in the 26th , this could pass for a mid July day easily. As could almost any day in the month.

June and July were lovely here but August was very cloudy and has been far surpassed by September!  If this month had been like August, it would have been a long winter but I don’t mind going into Autumn now we’ve had some warm sunshine! 


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ARTzeman
27 September 2021 10:12:55

Met Office Hadley      16.9c      Anomaly      3.1c provisional to 26th

Metcheck                   16.21c    Anomaly      2.49c

Netweather                16.81c    Anomaly      3.12c

Peasedown St John    16.27c    Anomaly      1.99c. 




Some people walk in the rain.

Others just get wet.

I Just Blow my horn or trumpet

ARTzeman
28 September 2021 10:25:47

Met Office Hadley        16.8c        Anomaly       3.0c provisional to 27th

Metcheck                     16..06c     Anomaly       2.34c

Netweather                  16.72c      Anomaly       3.03c

Peasedown St John     16.1c        Anomaly      1.82c.            




Some people walk in the rain.

Others just get wet.

I Just Blow my horn or trumpet

four
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28 September 2021 10:47:44
Mean falling quickly now but final 2 or 3 days won't make much difference, currently 14.6C (+2.0C) here
ARTzeman
29 September 2021 11:50:08

Met Office Hadley       16.6c       Anomaly       2.9c provisional to 28th

Metcheck                    15.89c     Anomaly       2.17c

Netweather                 16.58c     Anomaly       2.89c

Peasedown St John    16.1c     ANOMALY       1.82C.  




Some people walk in the rain.

Others just get wet.

I Just Blow my horn or trumpet

ARTzeman
30 September 2021 10:15:43

Met Office Hadley        16.4c       Anomaly       2.8c provisional to 29th

Metcheck                     15.71c     Anomaly       1.98c

Netweather                  16.28c     Anomaly       2.69c

Peasedown St John     15.72c     Anoamlyy      1.44c.




Some people walk in the rain.

Others just get wet.

I Just Blow my horn or trumpet

Saint Snow
30 September 2021 21:26:32

No October temp thread?

 

(hope late entries don't get docked )

 

 


Martin

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GezM
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01 October 2021 08:25:14

Originally Posted by: Saint Snow 

No October temp thread?

 

(hope late entries don't get docked )

 

 

I was just looking for the October thread myself. I'm sure Mr GW will give us reasonable time to get our predictions (guesses) in after the thread appears. 

Not sure why I'm that interested really as I must be near rock bottom after September 


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Hungry Tiger
01 October 2021 09:49:10

Originally Posted by: GezM 

 

I was just looking for the October thread myself. I'm sure Mr GW will give us reasonable time to get our predictions (guesses) in after the thread appears. 

Not sure why I'm that interested really as I must be near rock bottom after September 

I'll sticky the October thread as soon as I see it.

 


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The Professional
01 October 2021 11:07:38
https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/hadobs/hadcet/cet_mean_2021 . This is 0.09c higher than the final August figure.

So everyone ends too low for September, but with WI the closest - impressively, only 0.18c shy. Congrats, a big gain on the rest of the field!

GezM
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01 October 2021 11:24:14
Well done Whether Idle. An excellent prediction in a month of a big anomaly!
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Saint Snow
01 October 2021 13:28:23
https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/hadobs/hadcet/cet_mean_2021 . This is 0.09c higher than the final August figure.

So everyone ends too low for September, but with WI the closest - impressively, only 0.18c shy. Congrats, a big gain on the rest of the field!

 

Like me and a couple of others, WI is liable for a 0.2c 'correction' for a late entry.

 

 


Martin

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A TWO addict since 14/12/01

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Hippydave
01 October 2021 14:08:01

Congratulations to WI

Been a funny year CET wise, with some large swings month to month and even during some months, making it hard to judge. Probably find that volatility will disappear in time for winter and we'll get months of wet and mild


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Whether Idle
01 October 2021 14:59:57

Thanks guys. I have a penalty to pay. Anyway it’s up to the boss. Its fair. The irony is I was going to go for an outrageous 16.01 but forgot to do it and then changed my prediction for the worse after I panicked having forgotten to do my entry. Serves me right.

I would advise all to get their predictions in by midnight tonight. By PM to GW.


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