posted on Jan, 18 2012 @ 03:59 AM
reply to post by Komodo
Thanks for your reply Komodo. As mentioned here
in my weekend update, i
expected heavy snowfall for the NW of the US, which will slowly move east across the northern states. I don't understand how national weather
forecasters struggle to come to the same conclusions as i have within the same time frame as i have? I guess its just the uncertainty...they don't
like being wrong
I posted this thread nearly 10 days ago, whilst we were still in the midst of mild air, wondering if winter would actually arrive this year, and now
we are in its grip in the areas mentioned. As an amateur weather forecaster, with limited knowledge, even i could see the tell tale signs of the
change. The signals were falling into place...mainstream weather outlets are just too conservative in my opinion.
For those of you in the UK wondering where the snow is...the northern half of the UK, from around Manchester north can expect some snow even at low
levels from tomorrow through to Friday, but expect more widespread snow next week as the Polar Vortex over Greenland destabalises and a blocking
effect takes place.
Unfortunately i will be in Egypt from Friday onwards due to work for 10 days so wont be able to keep you all up-to-date with anything weather wise due
to limited internet, however, keep your eyes on the weather channels, winter here in the UK will be arriving shortly