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    Last year I asked the Met Office about some cloud formations I encountered in the South Pacific.
    They said they had no idea what it was , never experienced it before.
    So they do not know everything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodney Mills View Post
    John F. re #9.

    John, if you look at my post of a link on the other climate thread you will see that the effect of the weather pattern change that effects the Arctic so bad, also effects the world's tidal ocean patterns. You can see that the West coastal areas of the U.K. are relatively unaffected, whoever these global tidal change patterns are effecting the East coastal regions and Essex and London fall in there. Now the split between East and West would not be equal and down the middle of the country I would imagine. I should think elevation and topography could have some bearings. This last part is pure speculation on my part. The map, photos of glacial loss of land ice, etc. is not, but the product of scientific organizations.

    Written in haste, off for our daily trip to the hospital/doctors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Kong View Post
    Last year I asked the Met Office about some cloud formations I encountered in the South Pacific.
    They said they had no idea what it was , never experienced it before.
    So they do not know everything.
    Brian


    Was that our Met Office ? which is the United Kingdom's national weather service.

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    Yes the British Met Office, Bracknell ,Herts.

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    To vague to comment further on, would require much more information
    to assist. I have dealt with them and always got results.

    Possibly try:

    Met Office
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    Current weather report UK.

    Tail end of Hurricane Lorenzo lashes Britain with 65mph winds today with two inches of rain set to fall in just six hours on Sunday.

    Parts of Britain were struck by winds gusting at 65mph today as the remnants of Hurricane Lorenzo swept over the country, before two inches of rain falls in as little as six hours this weekend.
    South West England and South Wales were hit by the heaviest rain and strongest winds today, before showers fall across the country over the weekend – with the heaviest rain expected for eastern areas on Sunday.
    The Met Office issued an 18-hour severe rain warning for eastern Britain and Scotland for Sunday, amid warnings that many parts will see up to 1.2in (30mm) of rain with up to 2in (50mm) in some places within just six hours.
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    Part of Queensland experienced a downfall in just over one hour of some 4 inches of rain.
    A big dump but not unusual as tropical downpours occur regularly here.

    The latest in this saga is a claim by some phycologists that much of the fear being generated amongst the young is aimed at pulling them into the arena of the climate change ideologists.
    Dangerous stuff according to one phycologist as he claims once into this thought process they can then be moved into others to suit the demands of those peddling what ever concepts they wish.

    There are now more marches subject of the 'Climate emergency' which many have dubbed it.

    Weather patterns here in Victoria ae at present normal for spring and the forecast for the next three to six months is for hot dry weather, nothing new in that.
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    Just really about UK mainly and possibly a harsh winter ahead, there is already a climate change thread,
    though it seems not to be going anywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith at Tregenna View Post
    Current weather report UK.


    A though for friends in Ireland.

    As storm Lorenzo moves ever closer
    please think of our lifeboat crews
    and our coastguard personal and take
    their advice
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    Re; Holly Berries
    Vegetation only responds to what has BEEN - not a forecaster. Lots of berries = plenty of water and warm weather.
    In Cheshire there is some nonsense about ,' The birds are building high' Never knew exactly what that meant !!
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