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FEEDBACK W Yorks Weather and Yonder 1st-15th March

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My weather buddy reported that the windy weather was out to the west peninusular and I found I had been using a wrongly timed chart for the winds for this phase, this is the first time this has happened in 9 years, so I do apologise, it has never happened before and hopefully will never happen again.

1st some hazy and mists around mild but still blocking full sunshine, though some sunny outcome later in afternoonCONTINUE
2nd The sun never seemed to get out of the haze today so my forecast for this type of eather was on the ball. No preicpiation(CHECK) for morning precip??)
3rd was an all weather day with some breeziness around but only in fits and starts, rainy spells interrupted by sunny or clearer spells t/out the day and night and the temps were a little cooler than previous days. Still some haziness but mild.
4th SNOW 10 43 am for us after a rainy start to the day. Temps much cooler than yesterday, no wind at all today……mistiness to distance still obtains…
5th lovely sunny day but cold…no static outburst here…mild breeze later in day.
6th as forecast, but some mild frost to region overnight, very cold day and sun did shine! Breezy by pm (met says SSW at 8mph!!!) didn’t feel like it!
7th a drizzly mistly rainy start with cold temps and breezes mostly westerly according to the met….a little stronger than yesterdays breeze and up to 40mph gusty to some areas
8th overcast am and dry day, only a little sun and cold to icy temps—so not a good forecast for sunshine for today…so sorry!!

FEEDBACK 8th-15th March
A very accurate forecast with rain on 9th as forecast and better weather from 11th, with strong breezy conditions on 9-10th. No rain on 14th but there is still time for some spatterings to arrive, but curently warm and sunny after cloudy hazy start…….will it arrive as forecast after today? Read my next feedback at end of March…..

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Weather Froecast W Yorks and Yonder 1st-15th March

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1st-8th March 2012
Thunderstorms and lightening are signalled during this phase, with spring temps warming up a little to boost hopes of better weather to come….Some mistiness expected for 6-8th and strong winds from outset with Market Harborough region likely to experience on 5th, some unusual if not record breaking weather, near tornado type wind activity or wind clashes are prevalent during this phase. There is a promise of a little good outdoor weather but this could quickly change leaving you exposed to some rapid changes that catch you out, so be warned that nothing is to be left for granted weather wise…mistiness can arise 6-8th but clearer outlook afterwards…..

1st Strong winds expected with easterly flows in the mix, temps moderate with some cool pockets coming downslope by the evening,  mistiness around cloud and some lightening or static outburst expected for today, icy showers if not hail by 11pm also. Outlook is seismic for today +/- 2-3 days.

2nd N westerlies around strong at times, some variable mix of winds produce easterly and southerly clashes as well, squally winds expected. Temps vary from cool to moderate but much cooler by evening, a very unsettled outlook again, with risk of more static outbursts by evening. Showers look to be localised and scattered 7-9pm short and sharp but heavy at times. Some sunshine with cloud, but no guarantees…

3rd Mod temps but some cold pockets around especially in exposed high places, broody southerlies around today and tomorrow, sun, cloud, wind and rain expected, a kind of all weather outlook

4th Variable winds strong at time, strong easterlies to start with, followed by strong westerlies whizzing about, SE by afternoon and SW by evening. Cloudy, but sun at the start of the day, misty showery outlook overall, with conditions a bit murkier to the west of our W Yorks region, looks like some clearer outlook for us by 8pm, but don’t hold your breath…a quick showery outbreak could also arrive at this time too….

5th This day heralds sudden weather changes and static outbursts with intermittently strong NW winds likely, and cold pockets around in spite of some warming trends as sun gains strength. Better outlook by mid day with some sunshine around and warmth if sun gets out….

6th Cold from very early but milder later. Mists arrive today but also milder temps, with cloud around for the most part during the day. Can’t see much sun but I could be wrong…this is a cold November day today…

7thMuch milder today with a spring outlook developing should remain dry with some sun attempts to let us know the earth is quickening and summer is on its long journey into the northern hemisphere… Should stay dry but breezy

8th The bad weather travels NW to SE today and a clear outlook with sunshine expected…….
8th-15th March
Time allowed only a brief tour for this phase. So not a daily forecast unfortunately…

Mostly a dry phase but there will be reports of t/storms for some UK regions, we may be lucky and avoid such outbreaks locally. The phase looks mostly dry and spring like with warming temps to bring out plant growth but some strong winds at time predominantly westerly, remainig breezy in between the strong bouts of windy weather.
Rain is most noteable on 9th and 14th and some rumblings of t/storms likely 14th-16th as spring continues its journey into the northern hemishpere. 11-12th is when temperatures will rise but this leads to static oubreaks in days afterwards depending where you are in the UK

Feedback W Yorks and Yonder Weather Feb 14th-29th

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Oh dear, the only rain to the east for 14th was a tiny amount passing over Bridlington and surrounding areas, and that was so light with no floods from previous phase—happily. But this did put my forecast to shame. I did see the high front coming down from Foroyar where my charts showed it forming, but I didn’t expect it to block the precipitation, though clearly it is good that no floods arrived; but a learning curve for future reference and I think looking at Spring now the experience will come in handy. 14th turned out to be cloudy and a little breezy, but dry and temps much milder now that the moon has gone south taking the cold air with it. Some areas like Wales had some light snowfall apparently, but not enough to write home about.
15th We got a lovely sunny morning with just a few clouds around and mild temps continuing, with some ice on large water areas, but defrosting of them continues. Some cheeky sporadic breezes keep branches swaying. 16th we didn’t get gales but blustery winds blowing trees around and some ice ledges evidenced the icy outlook continuing as forecast, some spray arrived also which I hadn’t foreseen. 17th gave some sun spells  with pathways and road stil wet from precip of yesterday so stil a lot of damp air around. 18th as forecast 19th gave a  cloudy start and even the met warned of rain for the weekend but theweather gave a hint of spring with sunshine showery stuff  didn’t arrive it turned out lovely and sunny. 20th as forecast

FEEDBACK 21st Feb-1st March
The overview was highly accurate apart from wind reaching gale force though certainly they were a bit wild by 26 and 27th but mostly overnight which seems to have been a pattern so far this winter.
21 Sun with cloud milder temps rather than the icier ones I foecast with sporadic windy outbreaks. Dry with sun spells 85% accurate
22 Rainy till 9am very blustery winds strong at times some sun spells mid day with some spray outbreaks arriving Some precip arrived very early morning as forecast temps mod so 100% accurate for today
23 Exactly as forecast
24th Still rainy from previous ight sun between fast moving cloud winds still fairly strong but a dry day lovely sunny pm, cold temps 100% accuracy
25th glorious am but cold temps strong blustery winds 5pm onwards 95% accurate no mists that I noticed in my locality
26th fair and dry day some sun spells, windy outbreaks strong at times average to cool temps.
By 27th this forecast for our region was posted by netweather ”’Although the UK is sure to be proclaimed as hotter than plenty of random places in the media this week, despite being unseasonably mild – it is still colder than Florida”
Yep Netweather we are colder than Florida and the temps are cool today!!! That’s the problem with all those mets being under pressure to pull a rabbit out of a hat, they just pull out any statistic in order to prove some record has been broken this year- last years- sometimes never…….and to think astrologers get all the bad press for scaremongering…..27th was cold damp and gloomy with some sporadic mizzly drizzly and windy intervals……and a friend sent me news of another hit with an EQ as forecast…”Great call on the seismic this past week. A 4.7 in France on Feb 26th You nailed it exactly.” Thanks Stephanie for the heads up….I wonder if there might be a bigger one around by 1st though???
27th turned into a mizzly drizzly day not good for anything outdoors but not a major rainy event….winds did get sporadically wild and windy but not gale strength in our region I don’t think…
28th Yes a more settled day with no precip during the day although ground still wet from perhaps a continued mizzle overnight into very early hours. Temps moderate. Outlook overcast today.

Weather Forecast 1st-14th March 2012 W Yorks and Yonder

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14th-21st Feb
The worst of the floods should be coming over and I expect many areas to be affected by this heavy precipitation which will see heavy amounts fall in a short space of time helping February match if not beat its record set for England and Wales in 1848.
A weather system moves down from the Isle of Foroyar to NW Scotland from 14th, and is followed by a cold icy weather flow forming off the S E coast of Iceland bringing some cold icy conditions to northern highlands travelling S Easterly down Great Britain for this phase.

14th Rain will be travelling eastwards and flood warnings continue, some in our region from yesterday, some static outbursts and lightening could accompany this flow with drains overflowing and roads affected. Cool temps with some cold pockets around. Some sunshine with cloud during the day.

15th N Westerlies around today, strong at times, mild to mod temps for season, some sunshine around but rain expected by 7-8pm

16th  mod temps during the day but icy by night time, cloud with sunshine winds NW can be strong and speedy and lashing, gales likely.

17th Some gloom fogs and mists before sunrise clearer by 7 am, cold outlook but bluer sky  outlook  by 9 am with sunshine arriving auguring a nice sunny day mild temps a little cloud around and some southerly intrusions into the less active whippy westerlies bringing in some cloud for the evening.

18th Expect early morning showers, clouds and mists around from night before, some cool temps but clear skies with sunshine during the day. Strong if not high speed winds expected by today, very unsettled conditions prevail with clear skies soon clouding over then clearing again.

19th Variable temps today, some sunshine, variable winds, mists and mizzly evening weather, followed by more very heavy  rain 7pm approx.

20th Clearer skies today, after a misty muggy start, with a cold nippy outlook during the day, zippy westerlies strong at times, and rain coming over to the south western parts of UK today.

21st Dry but icy pockets mingle with some mild to mod temps in sunshine. Cloudy by evening with rain to west leaving us dry.

21st Feb -1st March 2012

Outlook is for some fine weather interrupted by scattered showery intervals, temps look mostly moderate for the season but some icy pockets around. Some windy weather expected with strong if not gales for us by 26th. I don’t expect high levels of precipitation to reach flood capacity, in  fact many winter showers look light if frequent, but 26th-27th looks to bring  heavier rain but this will clear the air and provide refreshing conditions that make even a wet walk in the wood seem uplifting, though the strong winds might make it a little risky in case of dead branches being blown off…..
Seismic conditions herald a large EQ for end of this phase, and 1st is likely time with Spain, SE of Madrid and France looking to be affected.

21st As already outlined in previous phase, I expect winter showers to be travelling over here in the morning and moving over to eastern parts by afternoon leaving chilly temps in their wake, some little warmth in sun but mostly cold with southerlies and some easterlies around. Some mistiness and cloud around by evening in valleys and especially to regions to the east of W Yorks.

22nd Icy showers before sunrise and mid afternoon, clouds around clearing by 9 pm some sunshine breaks during the day, temps seasonally moderate, breeziness prevails with air currents strong to the easterly quarter.

23rd Quick spartan icy showery along with sunny outbreaks 9am and later in day, not long lasting,  gusty westerly windy weather continues into today, fair temps around  but icy showers keep things wintry. By 9pm still windy, fair outlook and still showery outbreaks which continue to be localised and scattered until next morning.

24th Sun with cloud by late morning should remain drier today but a strong northerly keeps temps cool

25th A sunny and bright day, though winter sleet showers around 10 am expected. Cold temps as strong northerlies give way to  some winds westerly, strong  and gusty from the outset but these turn to south westerlies by 2 pm, and will build to stronger outburst as day progresses Mists and cloud by 8pm.

26th-27th Cooler temps,  strong windy weather that can bring gale strengths into play, 7 am on 26th brings showery conditions with more cloud forming by 1pm more rainy outbreaks overnight into 27th when intermittent rainy spells refresh the air but keep things wet wet wet. Some south easterlies coming in on 27th also

28th Should be more settled outlook, moderate temps winds can still be brisk.
29th Quick showers expected around 9 am,  temps icy lots of cold pockets rolling down from north and a frosty outlook highly likely by evening.  Winds gusty North Westerly strong and speedy at times. Some sunshine expected for today.
1st March Temps moderate for season during the day but frosty cold at night winds variable but very strong and high speed at times, showery outbreaks from 2am and again risk of more by 10pm

Feedback 1st-14th Feb 2012 W Yorks and Yonder Weather Forecast

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FEEDBACK 1-7th Feb
The north of England got the lowest temp for this phase by 6th when Yorkshire reported -8 I think, the lowest recorded temp so far for the season I believe, so this part of the forecast was accurate. The icy freezes were around with waters freezing over to W Yorks and yonder from 2nd. Snow arrived to the east from 1-2nd, none arrived here, so I was a little off the mark with the locality forecast, but acccurate with mists and fogs to our region by 6th. No mizzly weather here however, so not an accurate part of the forecast, but by 5th we did get constant though thin snowfall that was prolonged leaving 2 inches of cover for out locality and yonder.
I was correct with the forecast for sunshine for the 3rd which was glorious and sunny and for 5th -also sunny but cloudy by late evening. 6th-7th very accurate dry with sunshine around and cold pockets and some signs of breezes rustling through leaves, though no showery outbreaks on 6th. Fogs and mists arrived 4-5 pm on 7th, not much sun during the day and as forecast the night sky was clearer.
95% accuracy for this forecast.

Feedback 8- 14th Feb

Generally the mists and fog forecast was accurate but airlines seemed to be going alright from local airport, or no news came to my ears that they were struggling! Heathrow already experienced problems before this phase started. The conflicts of weather did arrive giving snow, frost, mists and mizzles and milder temps during the day from 8th onwards, but freezing cold at night. Motorists were encountering problems with icy oily greasy roads from the outset as forecast they would. . In Stoke people were experiencing rain turning to ice immediately it hit the pavement leaving many pedestrians injured as they slipped on the invisible dangers.
8th was cloudy but some sun spells to brighten us up and lakes remained frozen. Some mild breezes moved leaves on evergreens An accurate forecast for today.
9th was overcast and icy with rain and sleet coming down from the NW at 10 10 am, only light cover for 5-10 mins, then heavier precip from 11 am for aobut one hour, mostly sleet but some dusting of snow to branches on trees. Misty pm with drizzle frosty icy overnight reminded us of November as promised. A 90% accurate forecast for today, didn’t notice any sudden gusty weather…but then I was asleep perhaps when they arrived! Temps got milder today during the day.
10th Thick overnight frost and light dusting from very early morning still lying around, an icy misty start and a frosty evening. Temps were milder during the day today and on 11th and snow began thawing a little during the day time.
11th Frosty start and it was a gloomy day as forecast with no sun coming through at all, very little snow left by evening but dampness filling the air. Didn’t notice any showers around mid day…did you?
12th Overcast and milder temps around than earlier in the week but the lake is still frozen, but smaller ponds and water areas are thawed.
13th Milder temps, dry day but overcast. Sun beginning to breakthrough a little by 4-5pm. Some breeziness making branches sway.No precipitation at all, so this forecast only 80% accurate for these two days!!

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Weather forecast W Yorks and Yonder 1-14th February 2012

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31st Jan – 7th Feb

Some dominating high seasonal temps with lows to Scotland and northern England, westerlies arriving to confirm the outlook. Some misty conditions and showery outlook to the west of UK and unsettled temps make it difficult to predict outcomes for this phase weather wise so far ahead. There’s a lot of contradictory signals weather wise with some icy low freezes offset by some dull, showery, mizzly conditions and a tendency for temperatures to thwart a constant that helps forecast the outcome. I do expect some good outdoor weather though on some days probably the first two days and then for the second half. The first half is dominated by some highly variable conditions that could lead into prolonged heavy winter showers overnight 1st-2nd, with some flood alerts showing for some UK regions and I’m only sorry I never get time to do all the necessary charts to readily locate and follow the weather trends throughout the UK

31st shows some localised quick icy showery outbreaks some sun during the day with late evening mists and mizzles, and cold pockets. Snow or frost not unlikely either, but the air should feel clear if not invigorating.
1st Feb some quick showers lead to a sunny day cloud forming by evening along with more mizzle or quick showery outbursts by 10pm Strong westerlies look likely to break over the west of us and could reach here, temps cool to moderate and varying. I expect some prolonged rainy outbursts as mentioned above from late tonight till tomorrow

2nd The rain could continue from last night until a final shower outburst lasting 2-3pm. Southerlies combine with easterlies echoing the forecast for the unsettled weather.

3rd  Cool to moderate variable temp conditions sunshine with cloud during the day and a quick shower potential around 4 pm with some more cloud around late evening. breeziness could arise also

4th-5th I expect today and tomorrow to be a little more settled with some sunshine and warmer temps especially with sun around to cheer everyone up, cold temps on high places and in sheltered areas. More cloud around by 8pm on 5th

6th-7th A dry day, sunshine and cloud clearing enough  to allow some blue skies, cold pockets, breezy sudden spurts of NW winds lower temps in high places with potential for snow on high ground a few flutters here not beyond the bounds of expectation. Some localised icy winter shower outbreaks by evening approx clearer outlook after 6pm. Exposed regions will have some strong pockets of wind blowing downslopes, gusty at times.
8th-14th Feb
This phase brings a long ranging change from fair to not so good from halfway through. Overall the mists and dull weather remind us of November’s mists and mugginess as we move towards Valentine’s Day! Temps will be variable damp air can be a little cloying if not oppressive particularly the by the 9th onwards with prolonged precipitation likely from late on 12th into early hours of 13th raising water levels in some rivers and we can expect a warning of disruption to travel as a result. Mists and fog, mizzly muggy outlook for second half can also interfere with air travel as well.
Again I’m looking at some conflicting evidence for weather, some of which dictates snow and frost, others that forecast mistiness, mizzles and milder temps that deny a snowy or icy outlook so a difficult weather chart to be confident of for this phase, but I do expect the prolonged precipitation on 12-13th and I also expect at least one if not more river to burst its banks and create problems for motorists from the outset, air travel will also be affected by fogs and mists at some airports particularly for the second half of this phase.

6-7th as previously described
8th Cold start with frosts mists or even snow around in high places, but sunshine brightens up the middle part of the day, with temps growing moderate, but colder by evening when cloudy skies are around.
9th-10th Mists and fog around, some scattered often localised hail and sleet or winter showers with temps variable, climbing slightly higher on 10th but the outlook is increasingly unsettled. Cold to frosty conditions at night with southerlies clashing with cold northerlies and gusty westerlies trying to sort out the weather, but not succeeding, by late 10th. Temps can be unusually mild for this time of year but the air will be a little oppressive as a result.

11th Showers likely around mid day, some sun could break through later afternoon, but more gloom around by evening. Humidity levels are high…
12-13th Oppressive air rules and damp conditions can be chilly with muggy, misty mizzly conditions expected to culminate in prolonged if not abnormal precipitation from tonight into early morning on 13th, not nice conditions for these two days, though sun may breakthrough clouds late on 13th when easterlies prevail

FEEDBACK Weather W Yorks and Yonder 16th-31st January

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Feedback 16th-23rd January
The general description for the phase proved accurate with freezing temps causing continuation of lakes and watering places to ice over, and sunny days accompanying these icy lows till 18th. Snow was forecast to Northern Scotland by 21st and beyond but haven’t had time to catch up with their weather. Mists and freezing fogs also arrived 16-17th in our region.

16th sunny with icy lows fogs and mists by nightime,
17th same as yesterday but milder as forecast, with mists around from overnight, everything still frozen over.
18th slightly milder temps than yesterday it was mizzly in spells t/out the day and more mizzly by 9pm approx, didn’t noitice any fogs

or mists in my locality but perhaps there was some in the valleys, the mizzly spells did produce some haziness, but wouldn’t call this

mists or fog, so not a spot on forecast for today.
19th Everything thawed today reflecting my forecast for milder temps, it was breezy and cloudy with a little sun amongst cloudy

weather I forecast correctly. We got hail and rainy outbreaks by 3pm and again at 11pm so a pretty accurate forecast for today.
20th Mizzly cloudy overcast am strong breezes at night, similar day to yesterday as forecast, no icy attempts at rain broke out that I

21st. Very strong if not gale force winds some mizzle spells but mostly dry, no frost as forecast, so not accurate on temps side, and

failed to spot windy condition for today. But the TV mets did say snow for Northern parts of UK so this was an accurate bit of my

22nd Dry day but icy pockets very windy but not as strong blasts as yesterday. The thaw was much earlier than I forecast arrivng on

19th rather than today, must tweak the maths a bit in my calc prog! Got the sunshine right for today!!

I award myself 90-95% accuracy overall for this phase, must do better next time!
Feedback 23rd-31st Jan

Snow did arrive for Scotland as forecast with winter showers hitting the Midland area around Wales and northern parts of England.

23rd Some clouds sunny but icy, 9.30 am brought some spray spells for us, rather than the 6am forecast and breeziness prevailed

then a heavy shower by 12 30 pm. The strong westerlies not around just breeziness. Cloudy start rather than misty, but yes temps

were seasonally cool.
24th Rainy then mizzly then very mizzly by 1pm providing the showery intervals I forecast and it was misty by evening, and I didn’t

notice any sun spells, though fewer clouds were around before lunchtime it was overcast by afternon and evening.
25th Drier day with a hint of sunshine milder temps than yesterday with sporadic squally winds from 7pm gaining some strength by

10pm but not gale force here. The west were experiencing worse weather than us for today. Not a good forecast for today only 50%

26th A frosty start to the day. A sunny morning with some cloud around, icy temps reflects my very cold weather forecast ( news of

outbreaks to come for N and West regions but not for us) Cloudy by 11am. Sunny pm spattering of rain for 5 mins 3 40pm winds noisy and strong by 5pm, heavy rain by 6-7pm rainy again midnight. Blizzards for Scotland and N England ((% accurate
27th Sun with cloudy start, with frost or left over hail or sleet around by early morning. Quick shower 9 25 am, didn’t see any for 7am as I wasn’t able to weather watch at that time, sun plus cloudy pm and very cold temps, snow to some parts of the higher ground. 99% accurate!
28th Frosty start, dry day sunny 100% accurate
29th Frsoty start, some mists due to icy cold temps quick showers 8-9pm approx
30th Frosty start, cloudy and overcast day, less frosty temps than at weekend.
Apologies for not posting the forecast for 29/30th…just can’t get the staff these days!!

This forecast was 95+% accurate…..thank goodness, and it was done in October 2011!

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Weather Forecast W Yorkshire and Yonder 16th-31st January

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16th-23rd January

Some blue skies with sunshine for some days interrupted with static icy outbursts of hail and sleet, and snow for some UK regions.. Some arctic lows arrive

producing mists and fogs in low lying areas.

16th Icy conditions with snow for high slopes, quick winter showers after a gloomy mid day, skies clearing by 6 pm but more winter hail and sleet showers likely and cloud by 8-9 pm static conditions will bring in some reports of lightening showers today/tomorrow for some regions of UK.
17th Temps milder than yesterday but some mists/fog and dullness to start of day, snow potential for south of our region, we get icy showers outbursts 6pm and 8pm approximately, depending on your locality as these are very localised outbursts, but sunshine around in the afternoon.
18th Icy, icy, icy start but some blue skies around sunrise, icy cold outbursts around mid day.  Freezing fog around by evening and winter snow and sleetshowers arrive late at night
19th Temps slightly milder here than yesterday, static outbursts for some regions, snow  on high ground with easterlies creating some unsettled conditions. Sun and cloud with unsettled outlook arriving from west. A blizzard outlook can develop today bringing heavy snowfall to some regions beyond ours especially on high ground.
20th Much the same as yesterday but temps more variable and fluctuating, some clearer skies but icy pockets, but a little warmth from sun, quick icy attempts at showers likely for some localities in our region.
21st Midnight 20th-21st clearer conditions arrive. Sun around with cloud during the day, but arctic lows as weather travels easterly, the evening looks to bring some clearer skies for us but that means temps plunge lower with no cloud cover to keep things warm so frost and ice on roads prevails. The arctic conditions could ward off snow falling in our region today but I can’t be 100% certain, for there is a snowy outlook operating for some areas of UK
22nd Less severe low temps and some sunshine around today. Westerlies begin to prevail after today, growing strong, gusty and nippy over next 24 hours, but temps seem to be less severe and icicles look likely to be keeping everyone entertained today and tomorrow… there could be some thaw to iced over waters….

23rd-31st January

Similar conditions prevailed 31st March 2012 when blizzards hit Lancashire and Ireland got 1 foot of snow in 10 minutes causing chaos, but some modifications exist this time around bringing some variations on the theme back then. Snow looks likely to hit John O Groats region and winter showers hit  SW Midlands with weather pulled from SE to NW from 26th and seismic outbursts a trend for this phase.

23rd Strong westerlies, high speed continue for a few more days with outlook gloomy and rainy from start of 23rd still showery by 6am, clearing for a sunnier outlook by morning. Quick icy showers could arrive by evening with temps seasonally cool.
24th Slightly milder temps today, cloud mists in the early morning sudden showery intervals also. Skies look a little clearer by 10- 11 am so some sun spells expected during the day. Cloud around late evening with snow for high regions likely late evening.
25th Icy winter showery outbreaks, potential for snow flurries for our region, but west of us is likely candidate for heavier outbreaks than we get. Temps cold. Should be some sun conditions by afternoon with skies looking much clearer by 11pm.
26th Very cold weather with more news of winter blizzards could combine sleet and snow. A cloudy morning but sun spells by late afternoon, late evening looks icy and frosty or crisp underfoot so take care while journeying.
27th Southerlies and some easterlies which can bring in muggy conditions along with daybreak mists and fogs. Sun with cloud fro 7 am cloudier by 5pm. Some very heavy winter showers moving across from SE to NW regions. Expect icy showery intervals till late evening continuing into early next day.
28th Windy, icy cold, with ice frst particularly on exposed ground where strong winds can blow N Westerly turning into high speed gusts at times. Sun with cloud by the afternoon, with temps variable today from freezing cold to less severe, clearer conditions by 7pm.