October snow?

(11 Posts)
johnworf Thu 27-Sep-12 19:56:43
Sirzy Thu 27-Sep-12 19:58:58

I hope not!

Wow grin

TheOriginalSteamingNit Thu 27-Sep-12 20:02:55

Bollocks, they did this last year too. Anyone else remember our toasty warm Christmas? It's part of the 'global warming, what global warming?' agenda.

Its full of genius statements like "He added that Scotland and the North would face the worst weather, including possible ‘blizzard-like conditions’." grin

However, look at the date of it!!!!! which is rather amusing given that last winter was a rather mild and unsnowy one. So if they come up with similar this year you already have the evidence in hand about the reliability.

redlac Thu 27-Sep-12 20:03:29

That's dated Sptember 2011!!!

How on earth did you end up with an article thats a year out of date Johnworf?

You can buy this winters 'forecast' from Exacta here if you like. Or if you'd prefer, I can make one up for you probably will be just as accurate

johnworf Thu 27-Sep-12 20:25:17

You know, I didn't notice the date. Someone sent it to me. Feckity bollocks!

johnworf Thu 27-Sep-12 20:26:30

OYBBK I would very much likea forecast for what's coming. Just so I can plan for my veg and keep my chickens warm etc. smile

lol - my forecast wouldn't be worth the pixels spent on it! grin I've no way of knowing what will happen. I cant see any pattern change in the models which go out to mid October, so nothing too cold on the cards at least until then I think. In fact they look quite mild. Unsettled at times though esp in the north. (make the most of this weekend)

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