View Full Version : Well, Old Man Winter is here


Jerricho
5th Oct 2005, 16:14
Winnipeg METAR and TAF

METAR CYWG 051400Z 05024G29KT 1 1/2SM -RASN OVC006 01/M01 A3010 RMK SC8 SLP202

TAF CYWG 051229Z 051212 03025G40KT 5SM -RA BR SCT004 OVC008 TEMPO
1318 2SM -RASN OVC004
FM1800Z 03025G45KT 1/4SM SN BLSN VV003 TEMPO 1804 3/4SM -SN BLSN
OVC005
FM0400Z 02020G40KT 2SM -SN OVC004
BECMG 0406 6SM -SN SCT010 OVC050
RMK NXT FCST BY 18Z=

Snowing anywhere else?

And looking at that TAF.......... 45 knot wind this afternoon? Aww crap. Who wants to go to work for me?



Big Tudor
5th Oct 2005, 16:18
Sorry Jerricho old boy. Just come in from beside the pool, a very pleasant 38C today.

(No, not at home at the moment! :ok: )

airship
5th Oct 2005, 16:28
Let's face it. In a few years time when the oil's run out everywhere else and the Gulf stream stops flowing...

They'll still have oil in Canada;
they'll still have forests which they can chop down;
and they'll still have bears;

...but they'll still have to import beaver from eastern Europe... :E

inmate
5th Oct 2005, 19:14
Winters getting here,

SCC 18.00 100/03 1/4 Freezing Fog, 100' OVC 2989

Time to take a nap, not going to call it a day just yet.
Stay warm

Chacha
5th Oct 2005, 19:16
Roll on snow! .. Can't wait to get my ski's out! .. I just love the snow! .. And the cold! .. :p

kooyheier
5th Oct 2005, 19:54
Hell Yeah!!! Bring on the snow........!! It's a shame the UK isn't your typical winter country.. Yeah the weather is miserable and Sh!te... But NO SNOW!!!!!!

I'll go to work for ya, if you'll do my Alicante and back 2mrw mrning!!!

Cheers
:cool:

PS. Still awaiting that batch of homebrew matey!!!:suspect: :p

Jerricho
5th Oct 2005, 20:00
Blame the snow................ or the leaves on the lines :p

Big Tudor
5th Oct 2005, 20:04
You may get your dream this year kooyheier . Apparently the Met Office is predicting a bit of the cold stuff for the UK this winter.

kooyheier
5th Oct 2005, 20:17
Any link to that info BIG TUDOR Always interesting to read about the weather

:ok:

Richard Taylor
5th Oct 2005, 22:10
Big Tudor:

Will Aberdeen get its annual White Christmas this year?

:ok:

tall and tasty
5th Oct 2005, 22:32
Apparently the Met Office is predicting a bit of the cold stuff for the UK this winter. :(

Time to emigrate to warm climates, love the cold crisp blue skies get in the Alps or Rockies, hate the British winter with a vendgance. The fall colours are making up for it at the moment and so pretty at work across the airstrip especially in the early morning mist.

TnT

click
5th Oct 2005, 22:50
http://www.skibanff.com/conditions/webcams.html


your east european beaver quality checker at your service....we aim to please:}

El Grifo
5th Oct 2005, 23:14
Temperature is plummeting here as well.

23.15 and already the reading is 22c

Looks like we are in for a chilly one.

:E :ok: :E

tilewood
5th Oct 2005, 23:19
I've just installed a woodburner in my igloo, but ever since
I lit it I'm sure I can hear water running! :confused:

ehwatezedoing
5th Oct 2005, 23:55
CYUL 052000Z 23005KT 10SM SKC 26/16 A3016

Me think you're working the wrong sector/tower Jerricho.

And expecting 28C tomorrow in Montréal bwaaaahahahaha :}






(ok!, only 27!)

fernytickles
6th Oct 2005, 00:20
28'C in Wisconsin here today, forecasting snow and rain tomorrow.... I'm off to London, Ontario tomorrow for the day. Hang on to the warm weather there for me, would youse... :cool:

Jerricho
6th Oct 2005, 01:17
Me not bi-lingual Mr Eh.

guccigal
6th Oct 2005, 01:32
Jerricho,

Old Man Winter may have arrived in your part of the world, but here in BrisVegas, Hot Lady Summer has arrived early... it's going to be 35C today.

There's sure to be lots of bikini clad babes at the beach, bodies glistening with a hint of sweat.

At least you can look forward to catching some sun in January.

Gucci x

pigboat
6th Oct 2005, 01:33
Sure ya are. Ya speak English and Strine. Don't sell yerself short. :E :D

Jerricho
6th Oct 2005, 01:42
Cunnilingual then......... :E :E

tinpis
6th Oct 2005, 06:41
Darwin
Fine and mostly sunny.
Hi: 34C Low: 24C

http://www.augk18.dsl.pipex.com/Smileys/moon2.gif

http://www.augk18.dsl.pipex.com/Smileys/beach3.gif

Farrell
6th Oct 2005, 06:45
Roll on the winter!!!!!

Snowboarding in Chamonix, followed by aperitifs at the bar, and a nice meal at the chalet with friends - I love France! :ok:

Atlas Shrugged
6th Oct 2005, 07:48
There's sure to be lots of bikini clad babes at the beach, bodies glistening with a hint of sweat. http://www.planetsmilies.com/smilies/tongue/tongue0014.gif

tinpis
7th Oct 2005, 05:39
Brizvegas hasnt got a bloody beach.

guccigal
7th Oct 2005, 05:48
Brizvegas hasnt got a bloody beach

True. Unless you count the "beach" at Southbank Parklands.

Wasn't inferring Brisbane had a decent beaches. Naturally, everyone heads to the Goldie or the Sunshine coast, luckily not far away at all. I'm sure most Brisbane people think of the Gold Coast as an honorary part of Brisbane during summer. Or we head to the backyard pools...

Happy?

chopperpug
7th Oct 2005, 08:16
well..... darwhine hasn't got beach you can swim at either, unless you want to end up on the front page of the NT news :(
Katherine.... 39 degrees... Blue sky..tinged with smoke
What more could a man want?? (or a women). Maybe somewhere slightly cooler and with better beer perhaps...but hey??

1DC
7th Oct 2005, 10:22
Got my winter sorted. Out of the UK on December 30th and back on April 2nd. Mainly Oz in between. Oh I do like this retirement...

GLS 62
7th Oct 2005, 11:47
JERRICO


Thank you for sharing your nice cool northern air. Walked out on the patio this AM at 0400 CDT with a cup of coffee. What a delight the temp down to 70F, northern breezes 20-25mph.


Life don't get better than this!!!

:ok:

Jerricho
7th Oct 2005, 14:32
I'm sure most Brisbane people think of the Gold Coast as an honorary part of Brisbane during summer.

Oh GG, has you been drinking them bloody alco-pop things again. Christ, I'd rather drive to Bribie Island.

:E

tinpis
7th Oct 2005, 21:06
Tin once owned a house at Bongaree.

Rollingthunder
7th Oct 2005, 21:09
RT once inhabited a house in Watson's Bay, (we called it Caligula's Boot) across the street from the manager for OZ PAN AM. It was a while ago and winter could be tricky...but the beach was great.

Big Tudor
10th Oct 2005, 12:33
Met Office Prediction (http://www.met-office.gov.uk/corporate/pressoffice/2005/pr20050926.html)
Sorry for the delay in posting the link. One has been familiarising oneself with vast quantities of alcohol, and suffering as a result.

flapsforty
10th Oct 2005, 13:00
Jer, PM