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  1. Their app doesn't use the UKMO raw output, they have a high res model which is used for the forecast (symbols) on their app and website. After 72 hours it's the MOGREPS mean.
  2. Erm, that foot and a half of snow "near Dublin" is actually for the Wicklow Mountains which are only 20 miles from Dublin. The highest peak being over 900 metres so perfectly plausible.
  3. ...But it has the third biggest port in Europe! You're right, you're certainly no map reader.
  4. Very misleading and completely wrong. The ECM consistently outperforms GFS when it comes to snowstorms and hurricanes around the east coast of the USA - the pros over there always slate the GFS! ECM is their go to model when big weather events are incoming.
  5. Been snowing heavily for quite a while up here.
  6. I'm just over 140 metres ASL. The fact that I'm further inland has a bearing too compared to the rest of the town.
  7. Yep, everything getting covered again.
  8. Should get another 1-2 hours of it before temperature nudges up.
  9. Cars getting covered again up here.
  10. Still plenty of snow showers showing for up here in Dundee and Eastern Scotland between now and Tuesday I imagine?
  11. Check this storm out, especially near the end UNBELIEVEABLE!!!!
  12. That was one seriously heavy shower up here. I went for a walk to LIDL and apparently the windchill is -12c.
  13. Been a disappointing day in general - had about 9cms fall yesterday evening up until 4am this morning and only a cm or so since. So you're right - the yellow warning overdelivered and the amber warning has been a big let down so far! I'll never forget the whiteout and extreme windchill last night. Will look back on these videos and pics I have for years to come. The most severe and extreme snow and windchill I've experienced!
  14. ECM @ 120hrs wanting to keep us in the cold and bring down a north easterly!