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JamesL

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    Cwmbach, Aberdare, Mid Glamorgan
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    Weather and bodybuilding
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    Snow, wind and summer storms

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  1. Looks like round 2 is starting Snow getting heavier here and still -1 atm
  2. A nice surprise -2 and dry snow here blowing off the roofs
  3. Just a case of radar watching I guess At this rate I’m guessing it will be in your area around 10-11am
  4. Ah you got a bit of height there too. All my family farm around Clarbeston which isn’t too far from you
  5. It looks way too intense to fizzle Its also tilting NW-SE At this rate NI will struggle to get the snow and we will end up getting more
  6. Where is your location? You’ve not put it in your profile Thanks 😊
  7. I fear it will be dry for most of us tomorrow but I’d love to be wrong In the mean time I’ll share some pics of my parents house in N Kent who had around 8-9” of powder snow by yesterday morning Today the snow has blown and cut off a couple of hamlets close by on the N Downs
  8. Looking at the latest MetO forecast, no real snow at all for wales now so think we need to look to the next potential snow event in a few weeks time lol
  9. On 6 February 2018, the BBC began using the MeteoGroup graphics, which include: a seasonal "window on the weather" at the start of each bulletin. green land. high quality moving graphics reproduce detailed weather conditions represented by high-resolution data. Not sure on the data they use tho Id always go through the UKMet BBC are not my go to
  10. Another 10cm of snow fell last night, topping us out at just over 20cms on the grass this morning Temp -5.5 Cloudy and calm Probably the deepest snow since 2010/2018 here in Newnham, Kent IMG_6705.MP4
  11. This next cell has our name on it a little later 👀😳 Looks like a head on collision unless the wind veers more ENE
  12. Each cell is dropping between 1-2” One of the heaviest showers of the spell has just gone overhead Will be interesting to measure the depth come morning Edit: ME9 postcode - Newnham, N. Kent
  13. More than 15 cms out there now and still it comes in Newnham, N Kent ME9 IMG_6693.MP4
  14. As I mentioned yesterday evening, don’t be surprised if you see an Amber warning for those in Kent and E Sussex this afternoon and this evening As expected deep convection now beginning to fire up in a distinct streamer Those in the firing line could add another 10-15cms before the end of the night. Expect the streamer to migrate eastwards over the next 6-12 hours before finally leaving the Kent coast by tomorrow midday James
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