posted on Jan, 14 2013 @ 03:57 AM
Not wanting to put a curse on the potential but what has been produced by the models yesterday and this morning is signalling to a cold, if not very
cold week ahead with a possible breakdown over next weekend. Obviously thats still 5 days away and anything can happen but if the break down does
occur as prediscted. (Met Office charts have been good recently), we could see undercutting occur.
This is where the cold air undercuts a "milder" weather system. This means there is a potential strong Low Pressure system aiming at the Uk come
the weekend, This on a normal day would be very wet and windy. With the cold air established on the UK as the Atlantic tries to take control again,
we could see the milder air pushed up and the cold air remain "at least for a while".
This undercutting action could lead to some VERY DISRUPTIVE snow for most of the UK, away from coasts.
I am not over estimating here when i say that if the models hold with this possibility we could see areas receive 60+ cm's of snow with severe
blizzards and drifting...something akin to 1982.
THIS IS A POSSIBILITY...NOT A PREDICTION
I will follow up on this over the next couple of days.