There’s plenty of rain on the long range forecast, but what about snow (Image: Leicester Mercury)Get the biggest Daily stories by emailSubscribe We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor details of your data protection rightsThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailUnlike exit polls long range weather forecasts can sometimes be unreliable.Things have a habit of changing, with unpredictable fronts delivering a bit of unseasonable warmth or, more recently, continuous rain.But there are some well known websites that say they are world renowned for long range forecasting and, not only have they got a reputation for getting it right, they saved a few lives as a result too.So we decided to consult Accuweather to see what they are predicting for December, January and February in Leicester.They say on their website that they are “recognized and documented as the most accurate source of weather forecasts and warnings in the world, has saved tens of thousands of lives, prevented hundreds of thousands of injuries and tens of billions of dollars in property damage”.Earlier in the month the Weather Channel suggested snow could be on the way, but after several days of continuous rain that forecast looks a little optimistic.Here what we can expect, according to Accuweather.The weather for December The most important question about December weather is will it snow? Well, Accuweather say we might get a snow shower or two, on December 17 and 29, but there little chance of the heavy stuff.Christmas Day is nice, with sunshine and a top temperature of 8C, perfect for a walk at Bradgate Park.Aside from that it pretty uneventful. Temperatures rarely drop below zero and, as you would expect, there plenty of rain forecast, especially before Christmas.
And de Rosa, A. And de Zotti, G. And Delabrouille, J. We start by considering the sine Gordon partial differential equation (PDE with an arbitrary perturbation. Using the method of Kuzmak Luke, we investigate those conditions the perturbation must satisfy in order for a breather solution to be a valid leading order asymptotic approximation to the perturbed problem. We analyse the cases of both stationary and moving breathers.
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