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Lowland Snow Cover !

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With some northern blocking now starting to show on the models, and cold pools appearing to our East, lets have a guess at where and when the first lowland snow cover will happen..

Here,s my guess..

East Anglia arround the 28th November..

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I'm gonna go for......2nd of december (what do we win? :p )

A Snowman: :drinks:

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It's already happened in Buxton.

But if I have to guess again, I will go for Durham city around November 30th.

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It's already happened in Buxton.

But if I have to guess again, I will go for Durham city around November 30th.

Durham City, ey? drinks.gif

I'll go for widespread snow on the east coast, mainly NE Scotland and NE England. November 25th. crazy.gif

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Durham City, ey? drinks.gif

I'll go for widespread snow on the east coast and parts of the Pennines, Peak District. November 25th. crazy.gif

Durham is England's snowiest city mate.

Also he said lowland snow, so you can't have Pennines or Peak District.

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Durham is England's snowiest city mate.

Also he said lowland snow, so you can't have Pennines or Peak District.

LOL, I know! I live in Durham though!

Ah right, misread.

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28th November - Newcastle/ gateshead area as a northeasterly kicks in. I believe in Scotland the pressure will be too high to see the first showers, otherwise I would have gone for the granite city!

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Just for you Backtrack

Runcorn 29Nov:clap:

C.S

YESSSSS :yahoo:

We will get our first snow probably mid way through December. :p

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If it was november 2005 it would be around november 25th in the west/SW.

That was a greenland high bringing a N/NW-ly.

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It has already happened in places in north-east Scotland, I'm not sure how low down, but parts of Aberdeen(shire) had snow last month.

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Looking promising for all the snow lovers towards the end of this month then :)

It has already happened in places in north-east Scotland, I'm not sure how low down, but parts of Aberdeen(shire) had snow last month.

It has indeed CMD. Aberdeen, Banff and Buchan all low level, had their first snow on Oct 20th. Of course Orkney&Shetland too. It would not have been overly unusual to see it a month earlier in the north and north east though really

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October 28th in the south 2008 it has happened earlier in the south that is.

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Durham is England's snowiest city mate.

Also he said lowland snow, so you can't have Pennines or Peak District.

Durham City the snowiest lowland city-well that is something I have never realised-does anyone have the average number of snow days for Durham as compared to Newcastle-upon-Tyne?

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Possibly much of Northumberland, County Durham and low level parts of North Yorkshire - Whitby area for example. As for a date 25 Nov perhaps.

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First week of Dec in East Anglia one one of those setups that gives beggar-all more than 20 miles from the east coast (again).

Earliest date for lying snow @ 0900 in 21st century so far 23rd Dec 2001. Last time in November was 1996, also in 1993 and 1988.

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Already had laying snow here in Portlethen, on Aberdeenshires coast in October...

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It's already happened in Buxton.

No it hasn't.

Maybe on the hills surrounding it, but not in the town.

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YESSSSS :yahoo:

We will get our first snow probably mid way through December. :p

hope we can keep this in to xmas to :drinks:

we could see our 2nd snow next tue lol

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I've a feeling by thursday next week alot of the uk could be seeing snow of some sort.

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