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  1. It’s all clear now.. snowplough and a few gritters . You’ll be fine
  2. Those pics were me and my daughter out for an early morning explore . Depends where your drop is ?
  3. It’s a warning ... an “ it might happen”
  4. It’s not hype ..... it’s a forecast... not a crystal ball
  5. Is there a knock on into the summer months ie a predominance of easterlies would promote warm/hot conditions after June?
  6. It wasn't hype... it was what the models were constantly showing... And... you are joking? Temps of -5c in the daytime ,in March with heavy driving snow.
  7. Without being ungrateful ... these Atlantic snapshots have helped me in discovering what's happening weather wise in Kansas...
  8. Invariably Easterlies always start like this ... and always the forum states .,'this is a dry ,cold easterly... then instability draws in a front from the east or a small cold pool creating heavy showers
  9. almost trollesque.... "well dones" can be handed out after the event surely ? not based on one set of runs... this holds true whatever the outcome
  10. ' tomorrow's blip ' have constantly fallen on a Saturday . In S. Yorks / Derbyshire cricket league we will have had 8 games rained off or abandoned out of 18 this season .
  11. Even up a red mires , on Hallam moors there is a good 7in covering. Under stanage edge yesterday afternoon there was 10 in of powder snow. A long hard walk back to Sheffield from Hathersage after we had to abandon the car because of accidents blocking all roads out.
  12. Well over 200m here in west sheffield and it's sleety snow. Too far south to pull the colder air?
  13. First snow shower in Crosspool , Sheffield at 18.50. 3c on car thermo so dewpoint must have dropped significantly
  14. had to walk upto stanage pole on Hallam Moors at 1,430 ft before rain turned to icy snow this afternoon . still deep drifts and probably 10ins of level snow left
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