This is gibberish to me but to an expert it is fairly useful. …
Originally posted by Will Hand:
Make the most of this. Cold Atlantic zonality is set to return this
week with loads of rain and hill snow in the south and more lowland snow in
the north. Details, as ever, are elusive but with a powerful jet coming out
of Canada and then buckling we are in the firing line for some deep lows
crossing Britain later in the week. Even more interesting is that the pool
of very cold air now established Greenland-Iceland is being drawn into the
depressions with the 528 line well south and sub -5C 850hPa close or over
UK. A very interesting week ahead for weather watchers/fanatics, not so good
if you all you want is fine settled weather. DT06Z GFS is interesting, it
won't be right in detail but shows the possibilities. Professional
forecasters will earn their money again this week
A phew paragraph spaces would have helped.
Here is what I wrote in reply:
Originally posted by me:
These four phases are a recursion as with the fog and frost of the
week before last so with this one.
As with the snow for the last spell so with the snow for the next. Or
Ice Storms in Canada.
Somebody's going to cop it.
You can make these things as simple or as complicated as you want. There is no excuse for making it sound like gibberish.