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  1. Reading many posts, I think many have read Scotts post like those totals are by Sunday...as he references the stalling front on Sat night/Sunday (bold in quote). However, they are to Close of Play Tuesday and i guess that front is specifically reference as a significant contributor to those numbers👍
  2. 300ft asl Portishead: Snowing nicely. 1oC but Dew -0.5oC....if the temps hold at this level it could be a good 10cm...
  3. Meteociel.fr - Radar de précipitations pluie et neige - Royaume-Uni/Irlande WWW.METEOCIEL.FR La météo en temps réel et prévisions météo pour la France, Observations météo, modèles numériques et logiciels météo (GFS, ECMWF, UKMO, GEM, AROME, ARPEGE, JMA) Incoming!!! This could be a big suprise here - the PPN is heavier and progressing west quicker than forecast. Im a realist with these things, but its actually looking very good for NE areas of region.
  4. Ok. Im going to take a punt here, and tbh its against the models...but the latest nowcast situation leads me to think that the North East of the region will have sleet and wet snow, potentially for hours, starting from mid day...Bridgewater to wells to Bristol type area....and IF it can intensify it might just "suprise" a few people today and settle. The wind is from the East, the temps are low, solar impact is minimal, 850s are poor to be fair, but I just think it might snow in the North and NE of the region. Lets see where we are at midday and i will update my thoughts.
  5. Heres my view on the weekend... Saturday. Almost zero chance of lying snow in the south west. Its virtually Impossible and any model saying it will happen is almost certainly wrong. You might get a wet snow flake later in the day. Very poor 850 temps, poor thickness and no entrenched cold = no... in my experience of this "chase" for 20 years. To confirm - maybe some wet snow in the afternoon, but a whiteout in the SW...no chance. Sunday. Chances of sleet or perhaps wet snow in the more North East area of the region. Could turn into something on Sunday night and Monday...it has potent
  6. North Coast different story than south. On the beaches, sleet at worst yeah, but otherwise snow imo.
  7. Big upgrades on ppn from euro 4 18z. 7am as an example (although this will likely be 5am situation)
  8. Ive taken that into account...also, the front is just starting to have ppn in advancement of the main band (similar to "katafront" principles). If i was to bet on ppn for those three cities i would guess sleet/snow in Plymouth...snow in exeter and bristol...
  9. For context, current Radar and frontal speed suggests 1.45am Plymouth, 2.30am Exeter, 3.30am Bristol...
  10. This radar animation is quite good for capturing the building size and intensity of the band... Meteociel.fr - Radar de précipitations pluie et neige - Royaume-Uni/Irlande WWW.METEOCIEL.FR La météo en temps réel et prévisions météo pour la France, Observations météo, modèles numériques et logiciels météo (GFS, ECMWF, UKMO, GEM, AROME, ARPEGE, JMA)
  11. Some very intense ppn on the radar to our west. It gathering some strength. It also has some sleet within it, even out at sea to our west (unusal), which bodes very well for when it hits land... And to top it off, lightening currently being detected at Scilly Isles...
  12. 2013 had a similarly timed SSW event to this year that could have contributed to the very cold March (it was colder than both Jan and Feb).
  13. UKMO @ 96hrs appears to be out (before 72 etc..) am i missing something here?!
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