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    Is there anywhere I can find out what the weather will be like where I live in Late July and August of this year?
    Or is that impossible? :rolleyes:

    Love BlueAngel xxx
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    lol, I guess theres no such thing then.
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    Yeah - It'll be warm, and sunny with some patchy showers.
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    (Original post by HearTheThunder)
    Yeah - It'll be warm, and sunny with some patchy showers.
    :rofl:
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    wet but dry
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    (Original post by BlueAngel)
    Is there anywhere I can find out what the weather will be like where I live in Late July and August of this year?
    Or is that impossible? :rolleyes:

    Love BlueAngel xxx
    You could find out the average temperatures for each day of the year. What city do you live in?
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    (Original post by BlueAngel)
    lol, I guess theres no such thing then.
    no way you can get a forecast for july/august already hun. even 5 day ones arent that accurate really...
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    are u serious about this thread? :rolleyes: for christs sake
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    there's some bloke here who reckons he can predict the weather for july and august, though personally he looks a bit dense to me. Never trust a bloke with weird teeth.
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    My geography teacher says any prediction of the weather over a week is pure guess work. And you gotta trust him. He's an old know it all grumpy kinda git.
    Here's my prediction. It will be good. Or it will be crap. There you go
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    have a look on the met office website, i'm not entirely sur eof the address but I think they do a long range forecast.
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    (Original post by Bismarck)
    You could find out the average temperatures for each day of the year. What city do you live in?
    cool, where do they do that? I live in Manchester, England.
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    (Original post by mkenani)
    are u serious about this thread? :rolleyes: for christs sake
    I was serious
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    *looks into crystal ball*
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    (Original post by LPK)
    *looks into crystal ball*
    and what do you see on the afternoon of the 20th July 2005?
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    (Original post by BlueAngel)
    cool, where do they do that? I live in Manchester, England.
    So it'll be raining then :rolleyes:

    Chaos theory..... means its completely impossible to predict the weather that far in advance, though the met office do advance (very vague) reports. Try http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/seasonal/index.html
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    (Original post by PhilipGarsed)
    So it'll be raining then :rolleyes:

    Chaos theory..... means its completely impossible to predict the weather that far in advance, though the met office do advance (very vague) reports. Try http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/seasonal/index.html
    The 20th July will be on the four week forcast by the weekend
    http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/...ook/index.html
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    (Original post by PhilipGarsed)
    The 20th July will be on the four week forcast by the weekend
    http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/...ook/index.html
    thanks, so it is possible
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    (Original post by PhilipGarsed)
    So it'll be raining then :rolleyes:

    Chaos theory..... means its completely impossible to predict the weather that far in advance, though the met office do advance (very vague) reports. Try http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/seasonal/index.html
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/t129307.html

    Also I know the weather now
 
 
 
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