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Angelici Magiovinium

Scotland Regional Discussion - January 14th 2013>

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Please use this thread for your regional discussions about the current weather or what is being forecast for the next few days in Scotland

Link to the previous one here…

http://forum.netweather.tv/topic/75517-scotland-regional-discussion-january-12th-2013/page__st__820

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watch raintoday.co.uk.. the band to the east has already edged a bit closer to you.. Good Luck!

Aye last few frames look like more easterly movement. We might get lucky here, cold has certainly entrenched itself today.

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Aye last few frames look like more easterly movement. We might get lucky here, cold has certainly entrenched itself today.

Don't know, that wind is still pushing down from the NW.....

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Have a watch at 5 min intervals, definite westeastward trend from the mass out east of Dundee.

http://www.meteorada...imated-12&time=

Westward, no ?

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Got excited there for a minute - sitting out here in my yacht in the middle of the North Sea... ;)

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Well the roller coaster keeps going :bad: The 12z looks interesting, that low looks nasty I just hope it's not the end of our cold spell.

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Evening peeps! Nae snaw here, a tiny dusting in Portree this morning, rather chilly though 2.4 degrees and falling. Doesn't look as if Skye will see much in the way of white stuff....shame! sad.png

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It has been snowing off and on all day here. Just checked the depth on the garden table and it is sitting at 9 cm. I have exams on Wednesday and Thursday so I am hoping I can drive into them without any major problems. Fingers crossed!

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UW120-21.GIF?14-17

I'd imagine if this chart comes off then the MetO will be issuing some Red weather warnings in places in the UK. Someone somewhere would be in for a remarkable blizzard.

Also, MetO now forecasting some spells of light snow for my location overnight tonight.

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Good model output so far tonight with the likelihood of a big snow event at the end of the week going into the weekend increasing. The UKMO has been very consistent with low pressure off the Atlantic running into the block that's by this time started to establish itself over us from the east. It goes for an approach from sw to ne direction which would give us the greatest chance of remaining in the cold and at the same time reducing the risk of any precip turning to rain. I think this scenario looks favourite just now.

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Also, MetO now forecasting some spells of light snow for my location overnight tonight.

lol in contrast the MetO have now removed all the little snow symbols they did have for Perth for the rest of the week to be replaced with just the clouds.

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lol in contrast the MetO have now removed all the little snow symbols they did have for Perth for the rest of the week to be replaced with just the clouds.

You've got to laugh, the band is getting closer

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lol in contrast the MetO have now removed all the little snow symbols they did have for Perth for the rest of the week to be replaced with just the clouds.

why does this not surprise me :(

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FMS, what's happening here? Thick sleet aka no on now at 0C. WMFS? We still looking good for later in the week?

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The band of ppn moving southwest over Fife appears to be perking up...

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UKMO is very good for the east coast up to +132ish, after that I'd be having another psychological episode regarding uppers and coastal modification but still probably hanging onto snow for the majority in the east and all in central and western parts would see blizzards from +120 onwards, especially given how much there would already be on the ground. GFS is still very snowy but turns to rain from the southwest around +120. Either way a lot of snow for the bulk of Scotland.

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Either way a lot of snow for the bulk of Scotland.

To be honest I'd take half a centimetre lying on the ground. Two years is a long wait.

2.2c, light drizzle outside at present.

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Some super winter sunshine anc clear skies earlier. Another cold day, no snow overnight. For snow here in the next few days, I think I'll be relying on some precipitation in western areas around Wednesday/Thursday. The end of the week is looking very interesting but considering how we've seen last minute changes effect snow prospects, then we'll need to hope that the models maintain the trend. It's too hard to call what will follow this weekend, but I really do hope that we end up with a better cold and snowy period than this following the SSW earlier this month.

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You've got to laugh, the band is getting closer

It is but I don't think it will actually blow any further west than Dundee, I think that band is supposed to 'hug' just along the coast.

What is the precipitation like in Dundee then Dundonian kilters??

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