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The front moving up from the Midlands, when can we expect to see this 'snow shadow' effect?

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Backtrack is it heading towards us?

 

 

The bits in the Irish Sea should be soon, but it's late arriving.

 

If this is what the Met Office call light snow (i.e. 12 flakes a minute) then I'm just gonna log off for the night hahaha

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Radar heading straight for Marra at Cumbrian coast - be interesting what evolves.

 

Ian

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No vino just neat gin to calm me down .....

Nice !! Plenty of ice and a squeeze of limes

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No vino just neat gin to calm me down .....

ive told you before mother's ruin good job your male

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Its certainly cold here

 

 

Pfft, you wimp. This was me on Boxing Day

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Radar heading straight for Marra at Cumbrian coast - be interesting what evolves.

 

Ian

given that the radar says i've had light ppn over me and nothings falling im very confident that i'll see.....nothing

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To illustrate my point @ Peter.

Play the radar back, 30 mins ago vs now. The front is beginning to become reinvigorated as it crosses the sea. Now GROWING and INTENSIFYING.

That front is progged to fizzle away slowly through the evening. It wont reach the mainland anyway, it's the bits & pieces from the south/southwest that will affect the areas within the yellow warning.

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The bits in the Irish Sea should be soon, but it's late arriving.

 

If this is what the Met Office call light snow (i.e. 12 flakes a minute) then I'm just gonna log off for the night hahaha

I'd say late arriving by an hour and a half in fact, probably see it edging eastwards in half an hour, then fingers crossed it'll stall it's weeble.

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That front is progged to fizzle away slowly through the evening. It wont reach the mainland anyway, it's the bits & pieces from the south/southwest that will affect the areas within the yellow warning.

 

 

Not too sure where that bits heading, but check out the ppn surrounding the low in S Wales, it's pepping up every new radar frame.

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given that the radar says i've had light ppn over me and nothings falling im very confident that i'll see.....nothing

 

ppn looks more solid and picked up over the sea - thought this was an all westerly direction about midnight tbh.

 

Ian

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Why?

 

Because Corona & snow make a fantastic combo

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sorry to say it guys but I can feel spots of rain falling, along with the odd flake.

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wimp av u seen my drinking arm mate pfft put you to shame ..knots on cotton are those u wanna see my bad boys

 

 

I have no idea what any of that means, sorry man haha!

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Not too sure where that bits heading, but check out the ppn surrounding the low in S Wales, it's pepping up every new radar frame.

The NMM shows that, yes. But, it also shows that it weakens 9pm onwards, much like the euro4. The euro4 actually has the ppn further west than what the radar shows, the NMM looks pretty close to it though.

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sorry to say it guys but I can feel spots of rain falling, along with the odd flake.

 

:yahoo:  :yahoo:  :yahoo:

I thought the same earlier, it's snow though, look closer :p

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I have no idea what any of that means, sorry man haha!

u must be younger than me haha

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The NMM shows that, yes. But, it also shows that it weakens 9pm onwards, much like the euro4. The euro4 actually has the ppn further west than what the radar shows, the NMM looks pretty close to it though.

 

NMM has been VERY poor with precipitation over the past week or so, and even now it looks a little suspect. This is a nowcast event I'd say

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