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  1. Non stop torrential rain here! Everything flooded, drains over flowing and constant thunder. I'm under the heaviest rainfall on the radar. Crazy!
  2. Heavy persistent rain here, grey skies and the odd clap of thunder. Quite cool outside now compared to this morning.
  3. Light snow for a while now. Grass and roof of house covered but road and paths just wet.
  4. Steady, moderate snow has brought a very thin covering to all surfaces. Still keeping expectations very low for later.
  5. Yes, definate change in direction meaning areas of interest for here are moving down the coast.
  6. I'm not sure they are actual radar images.... don't think the North Sea is covered?
  7. Very poor show here. Significantly lowered my expectations and put the sledge away!
  8. Very light snow here now. The shower tracked from Filey originally so that's where my focus on the radar will be!
  9. The showers between Scarborough and Bridlington are heavy and look to be heading towards West Yorkshire. Hopefully they maintain their intensity! Just a light covering of ice pellets here this morning so far.
  10. If you want to know what showers will hit Leeds-ish area then you need to look at Flamborough Head. Currently it's in a dry spot but the gaps are closing. Hopefully a couple of hours and snow will be falling in West Yorkshire!
  11. Finally, the North Sea seems to be starting to come to life!
  12. Unfortunately all the heavy snow from last night has melted. Tiny bits of dandruff blowing around in the wind. Radar looks promising for later.
  13. Really coming down now, cars and grass starting to cover over. Intensity seems to increase as the showers reach the m1 near Wakefield.
  14. Snowing here now. It seems to have intensified in front of the "dragon" as per these radar snap shots.
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