Which weather forecast is most accurate?

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in N. Ireland
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in N. Ireland
Have looked at various weather forecasts for this weekend to try and decide what we are going to do..... every one of them gives a different outlook - from very heavy rain to none at all!!!
Which one do you all use and which do you find accurate ??
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  • steveympsteveymp Forumite
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    BBC online one is usually spot on, although forecasting is still a bit hit and miss, remember last summer:eek:
    I am trying, honest;) very trying according to my dear OH:rotfl:
  • caz2703caz2703 Forumite
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    I'd go with none of them! On Monday they were predicting that today would be 1C with snow and London would be 9C. By yesterday they were predicting that today would be 4C and no snow. Now I've seen snow already albeit not very much so I've given up on forecasts. As for the Met Office - if they say sun pack your wellies, if they say snow get the BBQ ready!
  • quintwinsquintwins Forumite
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    it's suppose to snow, i wasn't convinced til my toddler shouted snow snow and jumped on the couch to look out the window lol, os i guess it's gonna snow, bit annoying i have washing out :(

    hope it's dry next week hubbys off mon and tue
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  • BOBSBOBS Forumite
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    Yeah I finish work tomorrow and was hoping to get and about outdoors - hard to plan anything! lol
    Quintwins - where are you - I am in Northern Ireland with about 7 inches!
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  • seatzieseatzie Forumite
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    to be fair to metoffice, last Friday on twitter they issued a heavy snow warning for Tuesday for Northern Ireland, so they got that right, not often though @metofficeni if anyone wants to follow them
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  • quintwinsquintwins Forumite
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    BOBS wrote: »
    Yeah I finish work tomorrow and was hoping to get and about outdoors - hard to plan anything! lol
    Quintwins - where are you - I am in Northern Ireland with about 7 inches!


    lol this is the n.ireland forum lol, so thats were i am lol, i'm near armagh, it's been heavy on and off all morning
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  • gibbynigibbyni Forumite
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    uk.weather.com has always been good for me
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    sorry quintwins - didnt realise the snow only reached your area - just you said you had washing out and we have had a heavy fall since yesterday early am- quite often folks check recent posts and dont realise its a NI forum!!
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  • Terrible snow here in bt36!!!
  • quintwinsquintwins Forumite
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    it was really stormy last night but, it was dry this morning so figured i'd hang my washing out, it's still out lol, it's freezing outside and a wee bit of snow won't hurt it lol
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