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Offline Frank H  
#41 Posted : 28 February 2015 18:37:46(UTC)
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6.5c please

Offline Twister  
#42 Posted : 28 February 2015 18:52:20(UTC)

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Location: Egerton, Kent 33mASL

7.0 please
Location: Egerton, Kent - 33m ASL

Thunder 2016: 12 (Apr 3,13; May 21; Jun 8,11,17,22,23,25, Jul 2,12, Aug 26)

Winter 2015/6: Snowfalls: 10 | Snowcover: 2 (Jan 17 (0.5cm)) | Air frosts: 39

Winter 2016/7: Snowfalls: 4 (Jan 12-3, Feb 10-11) | Snowcover: 2 (Jan 13, 2cm, Feb 11, 3-5mm) | Air frosts: 57 (2 in Oct, 10 in Nov, 13 in Dec, 19 in Jan, 6 in Feb, 3 in Mar, 4 in Apr)

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Offline The Professional  
#43 Posted : 28 February 2015 20:18:12(UTC)
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6.01 please. Thanks!
Offline Zubzero  
#44 Posted : 28 February 2015 20:27:30(UTC)

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4.4C please

Offline Stormchaser  
#45 Posted : 28 February 2015 20:55:53(UTC)

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A combined analysis of model output for the last few days and using the LTA for the second half of the month suggests a CET of around 7*C for March... but there has been a marked trend upward in the predicted temperatures through the period, with early runs producing as low as 6.7*C run and the latest of the runs more than a degree higher at 7.8*C.

To add to this output, there is a strong signal for a considerable positive height anomaly to develop over NW Europe by mid-month, and this has been around in some guise or other for at least a week now. It's a pattern that tends to be very persistent once established, and can produce well above average temperatures across the UK at times as a long-draw SW'rly imports air from the subtropics.


So, like last month, I'm going to adjust the predicted CET upward. Hopefully this will prove to be a step in the right direction this time


I may as well go with an old favourite:



Many thanks as always GW, here's hoping for a spring that has something for everyone 

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Offline Duncan McAlister  
#46 Posted : 28 February 2015 20:58:41(UTC)
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7.0 for me please.
Offline Easterly Beasterly  
#47 Posted : 28 February 2015 21:09:11(UTC)
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I'll go for 7.4c please

Offline bruced  
#48 Posted : 28 February 2015 21:22:38(UTC)

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I'll go with 7.2 please.  Models have adjusted the high pressure belt further south than was forecasted a few days ago thus exposing the UK to milder air.  To be fair, the MetO (who have predicted the general pattern this winter with a fair bit of accuracy) have been, for the past few weeks, projecting higher pressure to the south over the near continent.  I see no reason to dispute this.

Thank you



Offline Grandad  
#49 Posted : 28 February 2015 21:59:22(UTC)

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6.0C for me please


Offline Darren S  
#50 Posted : 28 February 2015 22:54:32(UTC)
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6.3C please 


Arborfield, Berks (61m asl) My weather station website

Winter 2020/1 @15/04/21 0900 Snow Days: 10 Snow Cover Days: 4 Current Depth: 0 cm Max Depth: 9 cm Total Depth: 13 cm

Winter Snow Depth Totals:

2019/20 0 cm; 2018/19 14 cm; 2017/18 23 cm; 2016/17 0 cm; 2015/16 0.5 cm; 2014/15 3.5 cm; 2013/14 0 cm; 2012/13 22 cm; 2011/12 7 cm; 2010/11 6 cm; 2009/10 51 cm

Offline John S2  
#51 Posted : 28 February 2015 23:05:16(UTC)
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My guess = +6.85c
Offline redmoons  
#52 Posted : 28 February 2015 23:27:48(UTC)

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6.85c cool spells 



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Offline nouska  
#53 Posted : 28 February 2015 23:43:38(UTC)

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6.9C please.
Offline Gavin P  
#54 Posted : 01 March 2015 11:08:44(UTC)
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Sorry, a bit late with this. Can I say 7.0 please.

Rural West Northants 120m asl

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Offline scillydave  
#55 Posted : 01 March 2015 11:18:39(UTC)

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5.8c for me please
Birdlip, highest village in the Cotswolds and snow heaven in winter.
Offline Gooner  
#56 Posted : 01 March 2015 13:08:41(UTC)

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Remember anything after T120 is really Just For Fun



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Offline Charmhills  
#57 Posted : 01 March 2015 13:32:18(UTC)

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7.6c for me please.


Offline Saint Snow  
#58 Posted : 01 March 2015 14:18:15(UTC)
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I could be in big trub this month

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Offline Whether Idle  
#59 Posted : 01 March 2015 17:33:19(UTC)
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7.0 please

Dover, 5m asl. Half a mile from the south coast.
Offline Caz  
#60 Posted : 01 March 2015 21:42:02(UTC)

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Originally Posted by: Saint Snow Go to Quoted Post

I could be in big trub this month

Ahhh, but you know how fickle the models are and the fat lady hasn't even begun to sing yet! 

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