Thank You!

October 17, 2012

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I’d just like to say thank you to everyone who’s made UK Weather Forecasts a success, thank you to everyone whos posted links on various weather forums helping drive traffic to the website. I’d like to say a special thanks to some of my more regular readers who have commented on articles and had some good weather debates in the past. I truly do appreciate it. Just to give you an idea of how much UK Weather Forecasts has grown since the first article back in 2010, I’m going to post the statistics for September and October for 2010, 2011 and 2012

These statistics show the total amount of visitors through the months of September and October, as you can see in 2010 we were seeing very few visitors, jump to 2011 and the visitor rate increases dramatically. The increase this year was a lot smaller but we’ve continued to see that increasing trend nonetheless. Perhaps most importantly, it’s only the 17th October and already we’ve beaten the visitor hits by a good 4,000 and we’ve still got half a month to go! Very impressive.

I’d also like to mention that over the last two days we have beaten the “visitors in one day” record twice, reaching 3,660 on the 16th October with an all time visitor count currently standing at an amazing 296,555 hits!

So once again, thank you to everyone who keeps coming back, thanks to everyone who has commented and thank you to everyone who has helped put UK Weather Forecasts onto the forecast map. When I first began the Blog it really was aimed at friends and family who were asking me for weather updates, I could never have imagined the site would become as popular as it has done and long may it continue!

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9 Comments on “Thank You!”

  1. B Says:

    the reason i found the site .. is because recently i am becoming more interested in our UK, as well as global emerging weather patterns (for the layman) .. and am interested in different peoples perspectives …
    I wonder how many more people in the past few year are also consciously taking more of an interest in ‘the weather’ …
    Thanks for all your doing by the way .. i don’t have the knowledge to truly appreciate what you do … but am grateful

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  2. JP Says:

    Just keep up the good work and no doubts ti will get bigger. I wonder if James Madden is a fan too.

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  3. Snowmad Says:

    Hi dan can I ask when do you intend to post your winter forecast. Many thanks and keep up the good work

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  4. michael haydon Says:

    lol. If I get this Maplin Weather Station up and running by November, hoping to give real time reports of the Fylde Coast weather and other nearby areas, of particular Interest or severity.

    Glad the Sites getting a good Following Danial:) “Now where did put my my new weather satellite” 😛

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  5. Sarah Kendall Says:

    Thanks Dan, keep up the good work, it’s much appreciated! I’m not surprised the popularity of your reporting has grown given the high quality of your research, in-depth explanations and readability. Well done!

    Wishing you much success for the future 🙂

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  6. Ray Tooley Says:

    Yes,”Long may it continue”…!!!

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  7. claire Says:

    Hi Daniel
    awesome website. As I am studying meteorology at present and its nice to see others with the same interest. I also have regular updates through email as I always like to know what’s happening with the weather.
    thanks Claire .

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  8. Ray Tooley Says:

    UNFORTUNATELY!!!…I’ve JUST heard the weather forecast for NEXT week,and it’s suggesting we’re going to get an “Indian Summer”,with temps. ‘WELL ABOVE average’…
    I do hope that this doesn’t mean another mild,snowless Winter!!??

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