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  • Location: Falkirk, Scotland
  • Weather Preferences: snow,cold,frost,fog,wind,rain
  • Location: Falkirk, Scotland

    Now before peoole start getting red in the face at the thought of the season which follows autumn (not mentioning it in case the alarms start ringing), I think its totally reasonable to start discussing it should they wish to.

    If the thought of the season in question upsets anyone who thinks its too early, feel free to not be compelled to mention it here, there's plenty of room for all.

    I understand others views who prefer to stick to shorter range, so fill yer boots and live and let live.

    Let's hear what folks think :-)

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  • Location: Peterborough
  • Weather Preferences: Snow and frost in the winter. Hot and sunny, thunderstorms in the summer.
  • Location: Peterborough

    There is short range, long range and then the range covered by the CFS 9 monther which is about as useful as a chocolate teapot.

    There is a reason why seasonal threads are opened in the middle of the preceding season, that is because it's only then when you can even get the faintest idea of what is going to happen (models, background signals etc).

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