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God I hope not I will be sick as a parrot , winter is my favourite time on the river piece and quiet , lovely crisp winter mornings the feeling that you have your own private river , this would be the sixth Christmas spent on the boat and I am really looking forward to it , we have done snow before so I need to keep everything crossed ...

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I have just read your link to the scary headline about the weather.


If you read the whole script,  they hedge their bets all the way through by saying,


This does not dispel some very mild weather at times during the end of October and throughout the upcoming winter as the negative NAO may not be consistently negative throughout the remainder of autumn and the upcoming winter period.

"Despite this there will be phases of strongly negative plunges particularly from December to January.

"This will result in some very potent or potentially memorable periods of cold and snow within this period for many parts of the country, and despite some swings to milder weather at times, the colder periods of weather should be taken seriously and prepared for sooner rather than later, so that people aren't taken by surprise when these wintry blasts do occur."


Well surprise surprise - it is called Winter.:facepalm:


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