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Yorkshire, Lincs And The Pennines - Cold Spell Discussion 13

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Thought now would be a good time for a fresh thread!

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Good to see the 18z gfs run continues with the easterly theme from the 19th/20th January

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That would be lovely indeed! :)

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Okay well the NAE is out.

Main area of risk is central northern England, so South, West and North West Yorkshire.

Snowfall likely to turn to rain before 10-11PM.

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10-15 Cm quite widely with locally up to 20 Cm.

Precipitation accumulation is forecast to be around 10MM for central areas, this typically equates to 13 CM of snow, but as snow will become increasingly wet depths predicted may be lower.

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Warmer 850's increase from the south, the speed at which is still undecided, if slower than an obvious higher risk of prolonged snowfall. As it stands warmer 850's by 9PM in the south, covering all areas by 11PM.

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Afterwards a band of heavy rain sweeps through Yorkshire, large thaw will occur with patchy lying snow by morning, however not a full thaw as temperatures will be 1.c above freezing. 850's around 1-2.c, so fairly close to snow but just not enough.

Particular note is the ensembles, most members below 0.c with only four above freezing. If 850's stay below zero as most members suggest then snowfall throughout is a possibility, however this would mean the track of PPN would change.

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Low of -2.6c, currentley -1.9c

Dusting from last night is still there and heavy snow one the way!

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Snowing quite moderate here in barnsley quite cold at 1c :)

MORNING ALL IN SOUTH YORKS!!

ISSUED THIS MORNING!

Yorkshire & Humber: S Yorkshire Heavy Snow 0825 Fri 7 1300 Fri 7 Rain and sleet spreading north this morning will initially fall as snow, giving temporary accumulations of 5 to 8cm in places, before turning back to rain as it becomes milder this afternoon.

The public are advised to take extra care and refer to the Highways Agency for further advice on traffic disruption on motorways and trunk roads.

Issued at: 0821 Fri 7 Jan

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snowing in rotherham! settling slightly even though it looks wet!

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Just had a slight shower in Leeds LS11

settled straight away but stopped after about 5mins

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check s66 8fe thats my work place and its getting heavy!!!!

OMG REALLY heavy! FAT flakes! settling on WET MAIN road haha this is beaut!

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check s66 8fe thats my work place and its getting heavy!!!!

OMG REALLY heavy! FAT flakes! settling on WET MAIN road haha this is beaut!

Same here, very heavy in barnsley! looks like couple hours of it before the rain washes it away

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Same here, very heavy in barnsley! looks like couple hours of it before the rain washes it away

The place i work is in maltby and is next to a main road and to say how wet the surface was the snow has brought the temp back down to 0c!

now settling everywhere!

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Morning all

Good to hear some of you guys are getting some lovely snow :D

Had one or two very light flurries, but nothing special. The radar is looking nice however

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Snowing in Leeds Morley now sky looks full of it temp of 1.5c

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getting heavier again!

here are some photos for you lot.

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Current temp sustained at -1.7c, Dew point -3.3c.

@ Craigers, what was your temp before the front arrived, and great to see snow reports!

Who knows it could stay as snow throughout for Yorkshire.

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Shame it's rain here because the radar is showing some very heavy PPN about to arrive.

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Main band of precipitation almost reached my area according to the radar.

Current temps and dew points are: Temp -0.9c Dew point -1.1c

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I'm having to travel tomorrow morning so would be interested to know if the snow will turn to rain tonight. I'm at 330metres asl. If it stays as snow i may struggle.

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What's in like in Doncaster anyone? I have to go to work there in a bit.

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