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Blimey that ECMWF at 240hrs put me in poundland Sydenham under a
screaming easterly

http://policlimate.com/weather/ecmwf...l.html#picture

If that comes of ..........surely a bitter spell.


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On Jan 9, 10:22*pm, Lawrence13 wrote:
Blimey that ECMWF at 240hrs *put me in poundland Sydenham under a
screaming easterly

http://policlimate.com/weather/ecmwf...z_panel.html#p...

If that comes of ..........surely a bitter spell.





I would also add the midwest to eastern seaboard USA gets well whacked
as well.

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On Jan 9, 10:23*pm, Lawrence13 wrote:
On Jan 9, 10:22*pm, Lawrence13 wrote:

Blimey that ECMWF at 240hrs *put me in poundland Sydenham under a
screaming easterly


http://policlimate.com/weather/ecmwf...z_panel.html#p...


If that comes of ..........surely a bitter spell.


I would also add the midwest to eastern seaboard USA gets well whacked
as well.


Absolutley outstanding http://176.31.229.228/modeles/gens/r...9-1-192.png?18
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Lawrence13 wrote:
On Jan 9, 10:23 pm, Lawrence13 wrote:
On Jan 9, 10:22 pm, Lawrence13 wrote:

Blimey that ECMWF at 240hrs put me in poundland Sydenham under a
screaming easterly
http://policlimate.com/weather/ecmwf...z_panel.html#p...
If that comes of ..........surely a bitter spell.

I would also add the midwest to eastern seaboard USA gets well whacked
as well.


Absolutley outstanding http://176.31.229.228/modeles/gens/r...9-1-192.png?18

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Well the massively outlying operational 18z run would probably mean it
wouldn't be safe for me to go outside at my age! The reality is that
there is increasing consistency from several models and their ensembles
for it to get colder towards the end of the month, but not quite in the
reliable timeframe - yet.
Dave
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On Jan 10, 1:33*am, Dave Cornwell wrote:
Lawrence13 wrote:
On Jan 9, 10:23 pm, Lawrence13 wrote:
On Jan 9, 10:22 pm, Lawrence13 wrote:


Blimey that ECMWF at 240hrs *put me in poundland Sydenham under a
screaming easterly
http://policlimate.com/weather/ecmwf...z_panel.html#p....
If that comes of ..........surely a bitter spell.
I would also add the midwest to eastern seaboard USA gets well whacked
as well.


Absolutley outstanding *http://176.31.229.228/modeles/gens/r...9-1-192.png?18


----------------------------
Well the massively outlying operational 18z run would probably mean it
wouldn't be safe for me to go outside at my age! The reality is that
there is increasing consistency from several models and their ensembles
for it to get colder towards the end of the month, but not quite in the
reliable timeframe - yet.
Dave


You'll be saying "not nailed on" next,


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