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Cymro last won the day on October 21 2010

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  1. -8.7 here absolutely wonderful ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜ What's the chances the front tomorrow doesn't make inroads and produces snow for Wales? Cold air is pretty entrenched?? Today has gone from being 5/6 degrees to 1/2 degrees widely. Tomorrow from being 7/8 to being 3/4. The mild spell is at best close to seasonal norm mid week.
  2. Snowing heavy here and the showers are very slow moving as well. Already topped up 1cm on existing snowcover!
  3. Measured 12cm on the grass and 10cm on hard surfaces. Really pleased ๐Ÿ˜ Currently snowing again now although more of the wet kind.
  4. I told you it would snow ๐Ÿ˜โ„๏ธ 20210124_041937.mp4 20210124_041921.mp4
  5. We have about 4cm here already and coming down thick and fast ๐Ÿ˜
  6. We werenโ€™t spoilt here, the Beast from the east was the biggest let down that I have witnessed on this forum IMBY of course. This event now will produce more snow here than the beast did. ( Again IMBY) But I am confident although the track may seem further NE it isnโ€™t that far out, cold, dense air over Wales compared to ROI will slow it right down. I said earlier that I donโ€™t expect it to make much inroads past Walesโ€™ border, and I still stand by that! Itโ€™s currently -4.9 here after a minimum of -5.8 itโ€™s definitely going to snow folks, absolutely no doubt at all!
  7. Stop the nerves people, itโ€™s definitely on ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜
  8. Join in the snow chant folks, It's going to 'BWRW EIRA' no doubt ๐Ÿ˜„
  9. Quite simply put, most models show a vast swathe of Wales having accumulating snow overnight into tomorrow morning. When was the last time that we could honestly say that? I am still not convinced that the front will move as quickly as it currently is, it will certainly slow down, and hopefully pep up over the Irish sea as well. I am confident most of us will wake up to a few centimetres tomorrow, no it's not deep and crisp and even, but it's neither a dusting, it's a covering over the majority of Wales' landmass, which is great. North East Wales has done great today with showers, co
  10. It has been very cold today, and our dusting is surviving in the shade, and considering it wasn't much I am quite impressed, all standing water in fields and pond iced over, shows what can happen when the ground has cooled over a long period of time. I think settling snow won't be a problem for anywhere above about 100m tomorrow. 2"- 4" Valleys, Carmarthenshire inland and North Pembrokeshire. 1" perhaps immediate coasts Llanelli, Swansea, South Pembrokeshire, Barry, Cardiff, Port Talbot. The best thing is the temperature will be even colder than today so most lying snow should last comfo
  11. Sugar dusting here this morning and very icy. Looks good for tomorrow and with the front arriving at the coldest part of the day and slightly slower no longer 3/4am but 4/5am West 5/6am East. If itโ€™s moving slower or potentially struggling against the cold air it could mean that the front is stalling further West which isnโ€™t a bad thing for us in terms of a wrap around and more accumilation.
  12. Excuse me if this is a stupid question, but reading that chart, is it not for next Wednesday rather than Sunday??
  13. That's not strictly true, uppers and dewpoints look good, there are so many factors in determining snow. I think we serve a very good chance over the weekend. It has snowed heavily here with temperatures above 3 degrees in the past and has poured down with rain with temperatures of -2. That's the beauty of the weather and the atmosphere.
  14. North? It has been snowing here and heavy wet snow now as well, not settling though but the temperature difference between 6pm and now is huge, dropped from 8.5 to 1.2! Could be a few surprises in the morning now.
  15. I don't want to go on and on, so this is the last I will say of it but I am really disappointed with the METO warning system once again. Roads closed the length and breadth of Wales, homes flooded, bridges damaged, fields under water and the forecast and radar showed this would happened, if anything more rain has actually fallen than first anticipated. The metoffice updated warnings earlier, with given new data and still failed to issue an amber. Institutional Negligence!
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