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Holiday weather
« on: May 21, 2006, 21:00 »
Any guesses as to the weather forecast for the holiday week?

as we're off to the Lakes for the week I'm looking for a prediction. Will it be a washout or will we need to pack suntan lotion and shades 8)

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Re: Holiday weather
« Reply #1 on: May 22, 2006, 08:18 »
Well Cru...if this last week's anything to go by !!!!!! snorkel and flippers would be a good bet......it aint stopped raining here is Cheshire since we came back from Benidorm!!!
Dont forget though.....if it didnt rain in the Lakes...there would be no lakes  :lol:

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Re: Holiday weather
« Reply #2 on: May 22, 2006, 14:03 »
Here is a summary of the latest NWP output for noon on Friday. Issued 0538z,
22 May 06.

The models are varied again today, but the general theme is of further rain,
especially in the north, with low pressure never far away. In a week's time
there are a few signs that conditions will become more settled with high
pressure moving in from the west, but as ever more runs are needed.



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Re: Holiday weather
« Reply #3 on: May 22, 2006, 14:14 »
Every time i have been to the lakes it has poured down, that's why i stopped going  :lol:

Hope you have better luck and have a great week of sunshine  :)

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Re: Holiday weather
« Reply #4 on: May 23, 2006, 13:20 »
Here is a summary of the latest NWP output for noon on Saturday. Issued
0530z, 23 May 06.

The models show low pressure to the north for the weekend with westerlies
likely; the further north you are the more likely it is you'll see rain, but
all areas are at risk. Beyond that there are still signs that the low will
move away, to be replaced with a high bringing increasingly settled
conditions from the west.


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Re: Holiday weather
« Reply #5 on: May 26, 2006, 12:41 »
Here is a summary of the latest NWP output for noon on Tuesday. Issued
0530z, 26 May 06.

The models show a high to the west by the middle of the week with a cool
northerly or NNW'ly flow over the UK. The high then looks like moving over
the UK, bringing light winds and settled conditions - along with an initial
risk of night frosts in sheltered areas.



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Re: Holiday weather
« Reply #6 on: May 26, 2006, 15:07 »
good so we needed pack the snorlke or flippers to get around the campsite

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