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  1. kev238

    Midlands Regional Discussion

    Becoming quite interesting in Nottingham now Definite trend to Banding the snow together now Its not a patch on the Wednesday evening a couple of weeks ago but it seems to be causing more problems on the roads and buses
  2. kev238

    Midlands Regional Discussion

    Becoming quite interesting in Nottingham now Definite trend to Banding the snow together now Its not a patch on the Wednesday evening a couple of weeks ago but it seems to be causing more problems on the roads and buses
  3. kev238

    Midlands Regional Discussion

    Wow Nottingham had just been hit by a full on blizzard. Frustrating that it will probably melt at this stage but crazy snow and winds combining to lead to very low visibility in the city centre!
  4. Essentially we are seeing big swings in outputs as this must be a very finely balanced situation As the Met Office extended does sound quite wintery ( and they were on the money previously ) perhaps the colder operationals deserve more emphasis
  5. The current pattern is very flabby with lots of low pressures meandering around The story of the next couple of weeks could be a very wet first half of march with an associated flood risk down in the south west and Midlands!
  6. My gut feeling is that there will be another disruptive snowfall in England before the end of the month though it will be the marginal heavy wet type. There is so much cold air up to our north and northeast that it could pounce at anytime with a meandering and weak jet. I hope I am wrong as I am now looking forward to some spring warmth and the first occasion to get the shorts out !
  7. WIB is totally wrong. If the public choose to make journeys that aren't essential then that's their fault The media has been going on about this for what seems like forever. I think the MO have done a good job in challenging circumstances Amber warnings were issued days ahead for SW England- these tell people to be prepared Perhaps the red for SW England could have been issued a few hours earlier so people could have not left their homes for work but that would be my only criticism
  8. This low pressure looks 100s of miles away from where it was meant to be
  9. No offence to any specific posters but Nottingham hadn't done all that well the rest of the winter but I didn't clutter up the thread with posts claiming how rubbish the December cold spell was !
  10. I think the wind direction is clearly in the perfect direction for Notts to pick up moisture from the wash area.
  11. The best thing to do is just look at the radar! Things look like they are closing in in Nottingham again
  12. Blowing and drifting snow- not in a hilly area but urban Nottingham ! I think it will lighten soon but mesmerising to watch!
  13. Heavy heavy snow still pouring down- well blowing around might be a better description! This is quite an exceptional event in my opinion for many parts of the country!
  14. Still heavy heavy snow in Nottingham- this is now my favourite snow event in my 20 years in the city!
  15. It's a very poor situation - they must have access to a radar! In Nottingham we have 6 inches or so. Surely an amber warning should be in force for here?!?
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