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Dkeane3

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    Whalley Range 40m asl
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    Extremes, Snow, Winter, Summer storms after a 'heatwave'

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  1. 72.6mm and 8.3c am I too late
  2. Could it be to do with the polar vortex breaking down towards the end of winter anywhere, giving us a better chance of a SSW delivering these spells?
  3. More snow in Manchester than last time, drifts over 6-8 inches in parts
  4. Showers coming from more of an easterly direction now?
  5. Some nice lying snow already in E Stockport, about 100m asl
  6. Snow blowing around on the roads in Manchester City centre at the moment
  7. It's snowing inside Manchester piccadilly
  8. Why would any want a 'warm up', all we'd get is some mild, showers then mild and more showers in March/april or would u rather some extreme cold in such a mundane month, maybe some interesting weather for our usual spring?
  9. Okay so xcweather had me down for 7cm and the radar currently has snow over me in South Manchester, but it's raining moderately and has been all morning...
  10. North west regional discussion

    Last time this sort of spell happened (March 2013) we had a very hot summer, not scientific I know but one can hope
  11. North west regional discussion

    You did well on Wednesday? Much better than anything had here
  12. Some people need to understand that it's not just the met office that name these storms, met eireann is involved also, so if a storm is looking bad for Ireland and not the UK mainland or in your back yard, they will still name it as it affects different regions giving them an amber/orange warning while you may get nothing. The tabloids pick that up and scare us all half to death until we realise it's nothing for us in the end... The naming of storm Emma was to avoid Confusion with the public, as with the hurricane when various tabloid were screaming it's name that the nhc had given it, unsure whether storm Emma named by Portugal was even known to anyone though.
  13. North west regional discussion

    I don't think it's melting. More blowing around, it's strange here near Chorlton, mod snow but no added accumulation
  14. North west regional discussion

    Heavy snow in Manchester City centre, sticking to everything surprisingly
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