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Offline Rob K  
#521 Posted : 14 August 2022 10:46:47(UTC)
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The Met Office long rangers seem to contradict each other.

The first one which runs until the 27th says “Unsettled conditions will dominate in most areas towards the end of the period.”

But the second one says “The conditions are likely to become generally more settled towards the end of August.”

Yateley, NE Hampshire, 73m asl

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Offline moomin75  
#522 Posted : 14 August 2022 10:49:10(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Rob K Go to Quoted Post
The Met Office long rangers seem to contradict each other.

The first one which runs until the 27th says “Unsettled conditions will dominate in most areas towards the end of the period.”

But the second one says “The conditions are likely to become generally more settled towards the end of August.”

Hedging their bets so they can't be wrong.

Witney, Oxfordshire

100m ASL

Online Ally Pally Snowman  
#523 Posted : 14 August 2022 11:20:14(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Rob K Go to Quoted Post
The Met Office long rangers seem to contradict each other.

The first one which runs until the 27th says “Unsettled conditions will dominate in most areas towards the end of the period.”

But the second one says “The conditions are likely to become generally more settled towards the end of August.”

As I've said before their online stuff is just shite sometimes.  

Bishop's Stortford 85m ASL.
Offline Gavin D  
#524 Posted : 23 August 2022 08:42:33(UTC)
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Offline Heavy Weather 2013  
#525 Posted : 23 August 2022 11:30:35(UTC)
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Astonishing Update:

Metoffice have just confirmed that the highest min ever recorded has been upgraded from 25.8C to 26.8C at Shirburn Model Farm, Oxfordshire. Kenley Airfield loses its record.

I will update with a link when I have it.

Mark

Beckton, E London

Less than 500m from the end of London City Airport runway.

Offline David M Porter  
#526 Posted : 23 August 2022 11:34:30(UTC)
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Offline tierradelfuego  
#527 Posted : 23 August 2022 12:16:38(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Heavy Weather 2013 Go to Quoted Post

Astonishing Update:

Metoffice have just confirmed that the highest min ever recorded has been upgraded from 25.8C to 26.8C at Shirburn Model Farm, Oxfordshire. Kenley Airfield loses its record.

I will update with a link when I have it.

 

That is crazy, not sure I will ever get my head around min temps and all the factors involved.

20 or so miles away from that rural location in our rural location, our highest min was 16.xc in the hot weather recently. We haven't had a night not drop below 19c in the last 8 years of living here.

Offline tallyho_83  
#528 Posted : 30 August 2022 00:44:01(UTC)
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Thought this is an interesting read I'd like to share:

https://www.severe-weath...ing-winter-influence-fa/

Home Location - Kellands Lane, Okehampton, Devon (200m ASL)

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Sean Moon

Magical Moon

www.magical-moon.com

Offline roadrunnerajn  
#529 Posted : 30 August 2022 06:20:09(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: tallyho_83 Go to Quoted Post

Very interesting… we will see and with the current forecast energy crisis probably Sod’s law.

Helston Cornwall 62m asl. Land of the eternal spring (13c and overcast mizzle)
Offline doctormog  
#530 Posted : 25 September 2022 19:34:49(UTC)
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Looks like autumn has indeed arrived in the higher elevations of Aberdeenshire this week:

https://www.metoffice.go...jkst9nc#?date=2022-09-25

Offline Surrey John  
#531 Posted : 26 September 2022 06:36:15(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: tallyho_83 Go to Quoted Post

 

there is an updated version, rather suggests winter in UK will be colder than average

 

https://www.severe-weather.eu/global-weather/polar-vortex-early-disruptive-event-winter-influence-united-states-europe-fa/

Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire

35m ASL

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