Just wondering what websites others find to be most accurate for the weather forecast. I use BBC Weather, MSN weather and Metcheck - they all say different things but on the whole, Metcheck seems to be the most spot on. Any others to recommend?
(I know a few of you would say ignore the forecast and just go anyway !)
Message posted by mspeekay12/8/2008 at 10:28am Outfit: Gelert Rocky 2 Sunncamp Villa Location: Buckinghamshire
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You want real weather forecast, from someone who has been camping and hiking for over thirty years and has really experienced climate change? Someone who was a hour late to meet their mates in the pub tonight because it was too extreme to leave the house in the monsoon until a lift was available?
It will p1ss down.
------------- Summer? What summer?
Message posted by AngieGL17/8/2008 at 8:48am Outfit: Outwell Sun Valley & Vango Icarus Location: Gloucestershire
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We use metcheck. Conditions can change quite variably in different areas. I've just returned from Charmouth, Dorset where we had gorgeous sunshine for 2 days and a strong breeze coming in from the sea, pleasant and perfectly fine to sit out in. Inland by a few miles, it was chucking it down as all the websites predicted. However due to the breeze, the rain clouds were held back literally just over the coastline, so we were very lucky!
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Message posted by smee0517/8/2008 at 8:55am Outfit: bailey bordeaux s7 Location: Padiham - East Lancs.
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