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Met Office Releases Three-Month Winter Outlook

Tuesday November 18 2014

THE Met Office has warned we could be facing one of the wettest winters on record.

After a mild October, South Yorkshire has been in gloom over the last few days with heavy fog and drizzle failing to clear.

The latest three-month outlook from the weather experts, which covers from now until January, suggests that they will be wetter than average, with stormy fronts coming in from the Atlantic.

It states: "The outlook suggests the continuing risk of our weather coming in from the Atlantic, which brings unsettled conditions during the first part of the three-month period."

While more unsettled conditions are typical for this time of year, the Met Office say 'spells of wet and windy weather may be more frequent than is typical'.

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Reply Posted by Melvyn Thomas on Tuesday November 18 2014 at 16:29
is this the same as the barbecue summer? Pretty soon we'll have a £97M computer to give hourly updates, imagine that 24 chances every day to be wrong.

Reply Posted by katie1979 on Wednesday November 19 2014 at 07:55
It said in the papers last week we were heading for worst winter in 100 years. Im sure they said that last year. Hopefully we will get similar. No snow suits me in my job

Reply Posted by the mayor on Wednesday November 19 2014 at 21:16
Hope the snow stays away because i didn't order extra rocksalt this year due to my yacht refurbishment.

Reply Posted by Michael Fish on Wednesday November 19 2014 at 22:45
They can't get the weather right from one day to the next, never mind 3 months out!!

Reply Posted by jud on Monday November 24 2014 at 21:11
Aye the say stuff like this every year probably have a heatwave Christmas day!!!