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Wales (Cymru) Winter Regional Discussion 07/01/14


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Latest 24 hours even wetter mid and north Wales: Capel Curig 66.8mm, Bala 44mm, Lake Vyrnwy 40mm, Trawscoed 28.8mm, Mona 27.8mm, Rhyl 26.8mm

http://www.ogimet.com/cgi-bin/gsynext?lang=en&state=United+K&rank=100&ano=2014&mes=02&day=15&hora=12&Send=send

 

Pity the people living along the Severn next week again.

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Yellow Warning of Ice for Wales : Conwy, Gwynedd, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Powys, Wrexham, Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion, Monmouthshire, Blaenau Gwent, Caerphilly, Merthyr Tydfil, Rhonnda Cynon Taff, Torfaen, Newport, Neath Port Talbot, Pembrokeshire & Swansea valid from 2000 Sat 15 Feb to 1000 Sun 16 Feb
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Latest 24 hours even wetter mid and north Wales: Capel Curig 66.8mm, Bala 44mm, Lake Vyrnwy 40mm, Trawscoed 28.8mm, Mona 27.8mm, Rhyl 26.8mm

http://www.ogimet.com/cgi-bin/gsynext?lang=en&state=United+K&rank=100&ano=2014&mes=02&day=15&hora=12&Send=send

 

Pity the people living along the Severn next week again.

 

46mm here, 324mm for the month, getting silly now.

 

The two nearest PWS on Wunderground recorded 292mm and 288mm this month so it sure has been crazy wet here.

 

http://www.wunderground.com/weatherstation/WXDailyHistory.asp?ID=IUNITEDK13&day=15&year=2014&month=2&graphspan=month

http://www.wunderground.com/weatherstation/WXDailyHistory.asp?ID=IABERDAR2&day=15&year=2014&month=2&graphspan=month

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Cairngorm reporting 900cms of snow depth on the summit - WOW - just think if that had transfered across the country with temps a little lower! - life would have become literally impossible - and they are still struggling to dig out the resorts themselves now with lifts and huts covered etc - even on the middle they have 500cms and average - ie 600m asl 100cms

 

Ptarmigan T-Bar in 7 - 8 metres of snow

 

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the whole mountain drenched in snow!

 

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46mm here, 324mm for the month, getting silly now.

 

The two nearest PWS on Wunderground recorded 292mm and 288mm this month so it sure has been crazy wet here.

 

http://www.wunderground.com/weatherstation/WXDailyHistory.asp?ID=IUNITEDK13&day=15&year=2014&month=2&graphspan=month

http://www.wunderground.com/weatherstation/WXDailyHistory.asp?ID=IABERDAR2&day=15&year=2014&month=2&graphspan=month

Truly remarkable for half of a month :O

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Impressive for any month let alone about half-way through February (2nd driest month of Autumn/Winter) after a previous 2 months of crazy above average rainfall. A winter that will go down in history for sure.

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Well tonight will be our 4 th night in a hotel due to this damn tree here till Monday when they are going to review what to do. Looks like they are going to have to use cranes to get to it over the tops of the houses glade we sent paying it.

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Rainfall so far this month in Wales in (mm) To 15th February in Official Stations.

StationNumber    Rainfall (mm)   Station Name3305          273.40      Capel Curig3409          243.40      Bala3410          219.00      Lake Vrynwy3503          157.40      Trawscoed3604          144.40      Milford Haven3605          136.40      Pembrey Sands3502          129.80      Aberporth 3313           94.20      Rhyl3609           83.20      Mumbles3405           79.60      Aberdaron3301           75.80      Raf Mona3321           70.00      Hawarden3302           65.40      Valley3507          136.00      Sennybridge Exc [7th-10th]3716           56.20      St Athan    Exc [8th-13th]

Wet across all parts, but very wet in many places.

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Hi All.................

 

Are we likely to get any cold by the end of this so called poor of an excuse of a winter??????

 

No ones come out of bermudas and tank tops in Neath this winter.  Sun bed shops are taking a hammering.

you might wanna try Japan - A metre and a half of snow fall fell in just 12 hours - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-26222457

 

no sign of any late snow at the mo in these parts!

 

hints of something wintry at the end of this week (21st) - 24hr snap shall we say - probably hail showers - and another one possibly around 25th - otherwise loads more rain!

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The second mildest day of the winter today at 8.1c and still wet well after last night,today might of been sunny with the odd shower.

But I doubt the multi rain records will go if this carries on with more rain on a similar amount.

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Anyone feel this?!

@LastQuake: M4.5 #earthquake strikes 61 km SW of #Cardiff (United Kingdom) 25 min ago. Read witnesses' stories & share yours: http://t.co/VcFdjd9rGK

Have seen reports of twitter of people feeling it in Swansea, Bridgewater, up the Bristol Channel etc!

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Anyone feel this?!

@LastQuake: M4.5 #earthquake strikes 61 km SW of #Cardiff (United Kingdom) 25 min ago. Read witnesses' stories & share yours: http://t.co/VcFdjd9rGK

Have seen reports of twitter of people feeling it in Swansea, Bridgewater, up the Bristol Channel etc!

 

Didn't feel it here, probably too far North

 

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Twitter user Paul Clews posted a picture of a broken lamp, saying that the damage occurred as a result of the tremor

 

WE WILL REBUILD.

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