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  1. I think their just covering their asses, I'm in yorkshire in the yellow warning zone but only expecting sleet and rain
  2. Yorkshire & E England Regional Weather Discussion

    Luck of the draw now mate, some should do very well and others could narrowly miss showers and not get much
  3. Yorkshire & E England Regional Weather Discussion

    Just look at all those reds on the radar this could get very interesting
  4. Yorkshire & E England Regional Weather Discussion

    I want to go to sleep as have to be up for work at 5am... But I can't take my eyes off the radar and sferics
  5. Yorkshire & E England Regional Weather Discussion

    Radar picking up, fun and games are about to begin!
  6. Yorkshire & E England Regional Weather Discussion

    Im praying that I get one of those red blobs on the radar They represent heaven lol
  7. Yorkshire & E England Regional Weather Discussion

    I think its starting to pep up now mate, but on 5 minute radar updates, everything does seem a little slow lol.
  8. Yorkshire & E England Regional Weather Discussion

    Still got a sneeky feeling the snow will be north of us but any corrections south overnight would be massive!
  9. Yorkshire & E England Regional Weather Discussion

    Seems showers are developing inland a bit and we may be in a convergance zone. Out of nowhere shower heading for me (look at colne on net weather radar.)
  10. Yorkshire & E England Regional Weather Discussion

    Don't worry every where apart from perhaps east yorkshire should see a bit of snow tonight : )
  11. Yorkshire & E England Regional Weather Discussion

    It shyould start picking up in the next hour or two
  12. Yorkshire & E England Regional Weather Discussion

    . Based on that the models for last 24 hours has been keen on the shower activity pepping up over our neck of the woods later this evening/overnight. On weather observation map on weatherworld you can see the blue (freezing air) edging closer and closer to us.. Bbc weather has just mentioned a more persistant area of snow pushing into northern england tonight. Thats what it's based on : ) )
  13. Yorkshire & E England Regional Weather Discussion

    Should be a great night ahead for western areas! Showers should become more frequent overnight and the colder air is really starting to dig in! Some areas could get a pasting as streamers and more organised bands of snow push in. And due to the liveliness of these showers we could see snowfall rates of upto 2"/hour...
  14. Yorkshire & E England Regional Weather Discussion

    You will be fine, although it shows heavy snow most of the day. Doesn't mean all this will settle.. Will be a case of frequent heavy snow showers with snow settling on high ground at first but the snow line lowering as the day wears on. Skipton might have a couple cm by late afternoon, I wouldn't expect wetherby to have more than a light slushy covering at best. Later on tuesday interests me though, looks like between 18:00 tuesday and 6am wednesday is our main window for snow to low levels. Showers should become more frequent with maybe a more organised band of snow from the west, with temps at there coldest of this cold snap. I would say 1-3cm quite widely with 5-10cm 200m+.. Obviously north and west yorkshire highest risk.
  15. Yorkshire & E England Regional Weather Discussion

    I agree I think there are a lot of exagerated snow depth reports in the midlands thread! looks more like 2-7cm widely not 10-15 cm
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