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Sunday Evening into Nighttime Watch

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With lots of speculation about Sunday evening filling up and being reported/removed as off topic from the Model Thread, here's a separate thread for a nationwide perspective on tonight's precipitation moving in from the west.

Will it snow where you are? (Probably not :winky:). Lampposts at the ready.

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I have been on this forum for quite a while and love reading the posts in model thread trying to learn , but I still get stuck....

So I am in Barnsley South Yorkshire do we think the snow will get this far?

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I have been on this forum for quite a while and love reading the posts in model thread trying to learn , but I still get stuck....

So I am in Barnsley South Yorkshire do we think the snow will get this far?

At 83m you might get an hour or so of wet snow or sleet before it turns to rain. Even at this altitude I'm expecting only a brief whitening of the ground before it all gets washed away.

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Wonder what ill get tonight hmm and what time to set alarm for

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Wonder what ill get tonight hmm and what time to set alarm for

It should arrive anytime between 00:00 and 02:00 for us

Places like Redcar may see sleet rather than snow as there right on the coast

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It should arrive anytime between 00:00 and 02:00 for us

Places like Redcar may see sleet rather than snow as there right on the coast

Sound mate Im 10miles from the coast so im fine so what time to turn back to rain as I want to watch the snow fall and see the covering before it gets washed away?

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You can see the front here, over Ireland and making progress through Wales, the South West & into Western Scotland;

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Wonder what ill get tonight hmm and what time to set alarm for

Better not set your alarm and conserve your energy for mid month mate, Going to be a lot of red bulls, pro plus, and all nighters to be had come mid month me thinks....

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Sound mate I'm 10miles from the coast so im fine so what time to turn back to rain as I want to watch the snow fall and see the covering before it gets washed away?

All depends really how quickly or slowly it moves but 3 hours minimum seems a good bet for the snow to last

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All depends really how quickly or slowly it moves but 3 hours minimum seems a good bet for the snow to last

Thinking about setting alarm for 5 or is that pushing it

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Thinking about setting alarm for 5 or is that pushing it

Looking at the latest forecast from the beeb just before 13:00 online that could be too late all will depend on tonight's models will they slow the system down or not? the next 3 hours will be crucial

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Hoping for some snow here (7 miles south of Leeds) expect it too arrive about 10pm and turn to rain about 12 :)

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Looking at the latest forecast from the beeb just before 13:00 online that could be too late all will depend on tonight's models will they slow the system down or not? the next 3 hours will be crucial

Cheers looking forward to the updates mate hoping it slows it down haha

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Cheers looking forward to the updates mate hoping it slows it down haha

There's the possibility of further snow on Wednesday certainly worth watching

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Well we had snow right on the coast here in Lowestoft last night from those showers running down the North Sea. We were incredibly lucky as we were just far enough east to catch a few of them. There was a light dusting on the ground this morning and I am barely a mile from the sea with an altitude of around 30m. I wouldn't write this event off for coastal areas just yet, especially with the flow being off the cold land as opposed to the sea!

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i am driving the van from the south coast to blackpool early tomorrow morning via manchester should i expect any disruption of the snow kind? lol

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hey peeps any slite chance of seeing anything in brum?

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Looks like I might just miss the snow, could do with some tonight as I got the Christmas lights up today and snow will just finish the effect off nicelysmiliz19.gif

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hey peeps any slite chance of seeing anything in brum?

Seems to far south for this event but midweek has potential

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What about Glasgow? Its been changing hell of alot recently for us , one minute rain then snow and so on lol, anyone help fellow member out here ha?

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Hi guys, as a lurker and learner im not a regular poster on here just an avid reader, but im located near portsmouth, its currently 1.7 degrees and falling (only got up to 3.5 today, not the 5 predicted) and the precip is approx 50 miles to my west at the moment, I know im not forecast an event of any sort but surely if the precip is heavy enough when it arrived and temp doesnt increase too much i could see some flakes on the leading edge before it turns back to rain?

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ah well thot there might be an unexpected supprise but it wasnt to be, how ever i just wont give up just yet. Lol.

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The latest forecast from the BBC a few minutes ago on the news channel shows the snow moving through very quickly tomorrow and not lasting several hours in north east Scotland as shown on the week ahead forecast before, something must have changed quickly

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Having lived fairly high up in the Peak District, I've always been used to situations where snowfall is almost always most likely to be heaviest and least marginal where I am rather than elsewhere in the region. Now I'm in Glasgow, it's the opposite. I realise the climate is even more oceanic to the west and south-west, but if it's snowing in Glasgow then it's almost certainly already snowing everywhere else. Glasgow is the 'last to get the snow', as it were.

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