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1 minute ago, SNOW-MAN2006 said:

Looking at the radar these showers in north sea may hit landfall soon and they are moving in a straight line N-S. Could this be a streamer for Sunderland area and produce some snow. That is the question.

 

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Yeah I got my eyes on those too in Redcar. The temperature is rising though as the cloud comes in so not sure about snow. We'll see what happens. 

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22 minutes ago, NickR said:

From what I can tell none of the big snow events over the next 4 days will affect us. Looks like being one of those frustration cases of a huge swathe of western and southern England getting a clobbering while we get nowt. Or am I missing something?

You may be right but to hard to tell with the way the models are at the moment... best just wait and see when the time arrives.

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Some showers now approaching from the North sea could give a dusting for coastal areas in the next few hours.

 

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very light snow flurry in Westmoor, least its snow!

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Not as many showers as I thought there would be I have to admit, perhaps the ridge of high pressure toppled in quicker than first thought but either way, I would not rule out the NE out for snowfall tomorrow evening, it looks a bit of a long shot but this does to a small extent remind me of 12th Feb 2009 where a waving occlusion came and give a very surprising snowfall event when the previous day, the forecast was for patchy rain/drizzle to edge in from the West. A little different this set up but it really would not surprise me if the NE sees snowfall and I am once again let down! 

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Lovely cold frosty morning in darlington, although i love the snow and we havent had any out of this cold spell at present, its very welcome to dry the ground out and just nice to see the sun again:)

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Some rain, sleet and snow running down the western side of the country tonight some uncertainties on how far east it will get NMM says no for this region always worth keeping an eye on

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Maybe a few rouge showers for the coast though

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Another ice day here now with a max of -1.1 today and if the met local forecast is to be believed the next day it gets above -1 here will be Thursday. Will we hit minus double figures tonight?

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6 minutes ago, NorthEastSnow said:

Are we not expecting much from this band? Looks good to me. 

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Not supposed to make it onto this side of the pennines but doesn't look to be following the forecast srcipt!

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Looks a lot further East on the radar than forecast. Could it reach us? I generally don't have much faith in the radar's predicted future track function.

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Had light snow here on and off since around 4 with the heavier stuff looking on course. I'd say west of a68 100% it will snow, west of a1 to a68 70%, east of a1 30% but chances increase further south. Just my thinking!

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aaargghhhh frustratingly close!!!!!!!!

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Radar suggesting this band much further east than initially forecast - some very light disturbance making it over the Pennines, but waits to be seen whether we will see something meaningful out of this...

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1 hour ago, NorthEastSnow said:

Are we not expecting much from this band? Looks good to me. 

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What radar is that you are using NE Snow?

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come on my son!!!!! -2 DP   0 deg  -8 uppers. just get yourself 50-60 miles further east!!!!! i'm outside now doing tribal snow dance!!!!!!!!!!

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Think the ppn to the east of the pennines showing on radar is very high up in atmosphere and is acually fizzling out before it reaches ground as going off radar it should have been snowing where i just drove from but it's not and bone dry. I may be wrong though!

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Damn you doctor and your voice of reason!!!!!!! haha. yea its bone dry here to but radar has light precip over me in last 30 mins!

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1 minute ago, doctor32 said:

Think the ppn to the east of the pennines showing on radar is very high up in atmosphere and is acually fizzling out before it reaches ground as going off radar it should have been snowing where i just drove from but it's not and bone dry. I may be wrong though!

 

Yep - strangely enough it should be snowing or raining right over my house but it isn't.  Perhaps you are right.  It does seem to be spreading though on the radar so who knows , we should know in the next hour or so.

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The hills are killing it.

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18 minutes ago, P-M said:

What radar is that you are using NE Snow?

It's a home and dry app one iPhone. Not sure how reliable it is but it's currently predicting this.

 

 

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