Latest CFS Shows ‘Block’ Buster Winter

Written by on October 12, 2013 in Rest of Europe, United Kingdom & Ireland with 1 Comment

Though models have been all over the place in recent weeks, I thought I would take a glance at the latest CFS for November through March and boy, the charts sure caught my eye. The funny thing is. I believe the latest output! See video for more..

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Check these out…

Nov

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Dec

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Jan

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Feb

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Mar

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Now wouldn’t that be fun and games!

BTW, Hope your watching the indexes. Although we’ve not been truly cold yet, have you noticed the NAO trending more and more negative along with the AO? Waiting for the PNA to go positive and then I think we’ll start to see more interesting times.

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  1. Penny says:

    Mark yes Mark you know ive been following the CFS and thereis a huge trend going on also Russia and siberia snow cover is very early and blocking is starting to set up i feel this winter could be of that seen in 2010 Nov onwards …maybe? :0

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