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North West England Regional Discussion 13/01/13 ------>

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Settling now in Bacup, still only fine but covering all the leaves,grass etc but not concrete or cobbles yet.

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Will probs settle in Bolton, closer to the pennines and much higher up than us here in leyland.

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very light rain/sleet for about 2 hours now and all the snow that settled has melted, went for a drive up the fells and theres about 5 cm at 250M ASL.

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Pretty much a non even here in Wigan so far

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sp1986 - you are only virtually up the road and you have snow? Wirral is weird for weather though isn't it?

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Starting to pep up a little.

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sp1986 - you are only virtually up the road and you have snow? Wirral is weird for weather though isn't it?

It's snow but sleety in nature, and occassionally had rain mixed in.. it's snowing on Bebington and Bromborough too, along with Neston, and Chester.

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I expecting the sleet to turn back to snow tonight just in time to give 2 cm. Its not a non-event for me though its an half-event. other half is not happening, but that is snow stick to the ground.

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We had a few flakes earlier but then drizzle. Nothing since. I'm not even bothered about it sticking to be honest - I just love watching it fall

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turned lighter to rain now! Humidity is 100% again.. dewpoint above 0C and it makes a little more sense than before.

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I expecting the sleet to turn back to snow tonight just in time to give 2 cm. Its not a non-event for me though its an half-event. other half is not happening, but that is snow stick to the ground.

Thats what i was sat here thinking as the sleety snow has almost stopped now, still ive got a cricked neck from keep looking out of the window! Lol im in a new house now and i have a perfect lampost right outside the front window! Lol....

So are we needing the temp to plummet or what?

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I expecting the sleet to turn back to snow tonight just in time to give 2 cm. Its not a non-event for me though its an half-event. other half is not happening, but that is snow stick to the ground.

Looking at the radar where is 2 cm possibly coming from?

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Pure snow falling here, very light though

This band is a very weak affair it has to be said.

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Temp 2.0c light sleet/snow blah, blah, blah, a bit of an overhyped non event, again.

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Looking at the radar where is 2 cm possibly coming from?

Looking at the radar where is 2 cm possibly coming from?

apparently the second band ? beats me!

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How come the BBC weather just lied to us this time last night we are pretty confident to have snow here with 5cm in places. Its just not on. Last few hours ago we are expecting a complete snow event but now it is just the snow to rain event again!! I pretty fed up by them lying to us everytime we gonna get snow.

Enough of me ranting. it stopped snowing here now.

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Is this band of precipitation expected to intensify? (if so how) , because if it doesn't i can see it all clearing the region in an hour or 2 and leaving nothing behind just wet roads and footpaths, it s stopped completely now

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