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Nanna-Ree
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UK Temperatures could plunge to below zero and bring snow in coming weeks...
Temperatures are set to nudged a record breaking 21C from the start of next week as Britain enjoys an Indian summer - but forecasters have warned not to get used to it.

The brief spell of unseasonable warmth could precede a polar plunge, bringing England’s first snow of winter by Friday, according to Meteorologists.

This year is already Britain’s 'strangest-ever' for weather, the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology said, with the worst drought since 1976 followed by the wettest summer for a century.

But the erratic climate has a few more surprised in store in the coming days, delivering a taste of three seasons in a week - as a golden autumnal weekend is being followed by summer and winter snaps

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im not saying that i believe everything that the weather man says....but thought id put it out there so that those that want to can prepare...just in case....

seems abit earlier than i was expecting....but i did just go out and re- stock up the tins in the cupboard this weekend as its starting to get colder and i dont want to be caught out if the weather turns quickly.....

iv been predicting a cold winter this year for months....i think alot of people are not taking the weather as seriously as they should just because we had a mild winter last year.....

verycoldverycoldverycoldverycoldverycoldverycold

Last Edited by Nanna-Ree on 10/26/2012 08:01 AM
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I hope they are wrong, quick temp changes normally give me a bad cold.
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Re: UK Temperatures could plunge to below zero and bring snow in coming weeks...
I've just been out chopping logs for the wood burner just in case.
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Re: UK Temperatures could plunge to below zero and bring snow in coming weeks...
Hard to say what the winter will bring this year. Last year was mild to the point of no winter to speak of.

But as we know all too well the two before were horrid.
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Re: UK Temperatures could plunge to below zero and bring snow in coming weeks...
It is the run up to Halloween and Britain is in for some wacky weather, with warm temperatures giving way to 'blood rain' and even the chance of some snow as temperatures plunge by as much as 10 degrees in less than a week.

And if the rain clears, stargazers will be treated to a meteor shower on Monday just before dawn, with the debris from Halley's Comet sending a cascade of shooting stars across the night sky.....


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It is really odd and the leaves are only just starting to change.

In many ways it feels more like the last week of September.
We used to get bad frosts all through October with snow in November.
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fucking hell.I hate this country.iamwith
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Re: UK Temperatures could plunge to below zero and bring snow in coming weeks...
I've just been out chopping logs for the wood burner just in case.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26022188


i live by "just in case"...
there isnt alot i can do....but i can have gas for the camping stove, tins in the cupboard, blankets out and at hand...and afew in the boot of the car "just in case"....

winter clothes/jumpers/wellies for the kids bought early....not left til its too late...etc

doing something is better than nothing
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screamahhh
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Hard to say what the winter will bring this year. Last year was mild to the point of no winter to speak of.

But as we know all too well the two before were horrid.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10903069



no we had no winter at all last year...i dont think i had to de- ice the car once compared to the 2 years before....

but i think thats where alot of people will make the mistake of not worrying about the cold...and back to believing that the 2 years before were the abnormal weather not last years mild winter...which i think was the abnormal weather and that the winters will be getting colder...

but you have the met office to blame for people not being prepared cos they always scaremunger and get it wronge so no one listens to them

i think over the next few years people are in for a shock!!...
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Gulf Stream virtually stopped by Corexit......will result in very cold winters in UK and Europe.


See also the WOW-WOW-WOW thread regarding the sinkhole.


There is an excellent 2 hour long video that you can listen to as you browse this website......or listen to later on.
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Gulf Stream virtually stopped by Corexit......will result in very cold winters in UK and Europe.


See also the WOW-WOW-WOW thread regarding the sinkhole.


There is an excellent 2 hour long video that you can listen to as you browse this website......or listen to later on.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25839887


thanks...have bookmarked to watch later....
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"a mild winter last year"

I ski'd on the roads that got closed rockon

I've never seen snow and ground freeze like it in all my years in the UK. Its usually just generally cold, even more so with wind chill.

Norway have it right. I'd love to spend a year there

Looking forward to this winter








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The centre for what and what?

Ecology and hydrology.?

Holy fuckin shit, i just went on their website and nearly fried my brain trying to read the gobbledegook.

Let me guess, they get paid a shed load of public money to tell us what we already know if we stick our heads out the window !!!
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"a mild winter last year"

I ski'd on the roads that got closed rockon

I've never seen snow and ground freeze like it in all my years in the UK. Its usually just generally cold, even more so with wind chill.

Norway have it right. I'd love to spend a year there

Looking forward to this winter





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 Quoting: elecmon




ok, well we never even has a frost last year....

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[link to www.ceh.ac.uk]

There ya go.

Fill yer boots. Have a blast.
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Re: UK Temperatures could plunge to below zero and bring snow in coming weeks...
The centre for what and what?

Ecology and hydrology.?

Holy fuckin shit, i just went on their website and nearly fried my brain trying to read the gobbledegook.

Let me guess, they get paid a shed load of public money to tell us what we already know if we stick our heads out the window !!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24216589


lol ohyeah

[link to www.ceh.ac.uk]

The Centre for Ecology & Hydrology

The Centre for Ecology & Hydrology is the UK's Centre of Excellence for integrated research in terrestrial and freshwater ecosystems and their interaction with the atmosphere. As part of the Natural Environment Research Council, we provide National Capability based on innovative, independent and interdisciplinary science and long-term environmental monitoring, forming an integral part of NERC's vision and strategy.

Working in partnership with the research community, policy-makers, industry and society, we deliver world-class solutions to the most complex environmental challenges facing humankind.

wtf
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"a mild winter last year"

I ski'd on the roads that got closed rockon

I've never seen snow and ground freeze like it in all my years in the UK. Its usually just generally cold, even more so with wind chill.

Norway have it right. I'd love to spend a year there

Looking forward to this winter








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 Quoting: elecmon


And the lesson for today kids is don't drive on closed roads.
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Hard to say what the winter will bring this year. Last year was mild to the point of no winter to speak of.

But as we know all too well the two before were horrid.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10903069



no we had no winter at all last year...i dont think i had to de- ice the car once compared to the 2 years before....

but i think thats where alot of people will make the mistake of not worrying about the cold...and back to believing that the 2 years before were the abnormal weather not last years mild winter...which i think was the abnormal weather and that the winters will be getting colder...

but you have the met office to blame for people not being prepared cos they always scaremunger and get it wronge so no one listens to them

i think over the next few years people are in for a shock!!...
 Quoting: Nanna-Ree


We had winter in south england last year, but north england was warmer, I'm still trying to work that out.
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I left the UK in 2000 for sunny old BC, Canada, and pretty much every British summer has been a wash out since then. Meanwhile, here in BC the weather has been warm and sunny. This year we had no rain to speak of from June until October this month. Perhaps the pole shift, moving away from N America towards Russia, is moving all the weather patterns along with it........??
If y'all don't like the British weather..........move ;-)
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Hard to say what the winter will bring this year. Last year was mild to the point of no winter to speak of.

But as we know all too well the two before were horrid.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10903069



no we had no winter at all last year...i dont think i had to de- ice the car once compared to the 2 years before....

but i think thats where alot of people will make the mistake of not worrying about the cold...and back to believing that the 2 years before were the abnormal weather not last years mild winter...which i think was the abnormal weather and that the winters will be getting colder...

but you have the met office to blame for people not being prepared cos they always scaremunger and get it wronge so no one listens to them

i think over the next few years people are in for a shock!!...
 Quoting: Nanna-Ree


We had winter in south england last year, but north england was warmer, I'm still trying to work that out.
 Quoting: alexisj9


r u in the south east??...im from somerset in the southwest....
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"a mild winter last year"

I ski'd on the roads that got closed rockon

I've never seen snow and ground freeze like it in all my years in the UK. Its usually just generally cold, even more so with wind chill.

Norway have it right. I'd love to spend a year there

Looking forward to this winter








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 Quoting: elecmon


And the lesson for today kids is don't drive on closed roads.
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lolrofl
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Hard to say what the winter will bring this year. Last year was mild to the point of no winter to speak of.

But as we know all too well the two before were horrid.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10903069



no we had no winter at all last year...i dont think i had to de- ice the car once compared to the 2 years before....

but i think thats where alot of people will make the mistake of not worrying about the cold...and back to believing that the 2 years before were the abnormal weather not last years mild winter...which i think was the abnormal weather and that the winters will be getting colder...

but you have the met office to blame for people not being prepared cos they always scaremunger and get it wronge so no one listens to them

i think over the next few years people are in for a shock!!...
 Quoting: Nanna-Ree


We had winter in south england last year, but north england was warmer, I'm still trying to work that out.
 Quoting: alexisj9


r u in the south east??...im from somerset in the southwest....
 Quoting: Nanna-Ree


Another somerset un here :)
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Hard to say what the winter will bring this year. Last year was mild to the point of no winter to speak of.

But as we know all too well the two before were horrid.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10903069



no we had no winter at all last year...i dont think i had to de- ice the car once compared to the 2 years before....

but i think thats where alot of people will make the mistake of not worrying about the cold...and back to believing that the 2 years before were the abnormal weather not last years mild winter...which i think was the abnormal weather and that the winters will be getting colder...

but you have the met office to blame for people not being prepared cos they always scaremunger and get it wronge so no one listens to them

i think over the next few years people are in for a shock!!...
 Quoting: Nanna-Ree


We had winter in south england last year, but north england was warmer, I'm still trying to work that out.
 Quoting: alexisj9


r u in the south east??...im from somerset in the southwest....
 Quoting: Nanna-Ree


Yep should have said south east.
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That sounds a lot more impressive to someone whose first language is Fahrenheit, lol.
It's good to be open-minded, just don't let your brain fall out.
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That sounds a lot more impressive to someone whose first language is Fahrenheit, lol.
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Ah. Fahrenheit, i remember fahrenheit.

Back in the days before our natural man made measurements were usurped by the metrification fascists.

Well, you can stick your metres and kilometre and grammey thingys up yer khyber.

I'll keep my pounds, ounces, inches and and and fahrenheit too, err, if that's OK with you.

Besides, 76 degrees sounds sooooooo much warmer than that other crap.....doesn't it?

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cold ADO will bring this sort of weather, nothing new.
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Re: UK Temperatures could plunge to below zero and bring snow in coming weeks...
I've just been out chopping logs for the wood burner just in case.
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i live by "just in case"...
there isnt alot i can do....but i can have gas for the camping stove, tins in the cupboard, blankets out and at hand...and afew in the boot of the car "just in case"....

winter clothes/jumpers/wellies for the kids bought early....not left til its too late...etc

doing something is better than nothing
 Quoting: Nanna-Ree


What are wellie? serious question..
And the US is predicted to get a real winter this season as well. I wonder with all of the ice melt if your side of the world will see snow simular to lake effect we get from the Great Lakes?
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so, what sort of thing do you do to prepare for a bad winter in the UK....i know as a country we suck when it comes to the weather...what with the wronge type of snow or the wronge type of rain etc...omg its a joke!!!

our country as a whole is unprepared...i sometimes think it would be a whole lot easier to prep if i lived in the USA or something like that...

so what do you guys do??...keeping in mind that alot of us dont have things like wood burners etc....i just think it would be nice to share ideas....
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0c is not big deal you whiners

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