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Radar has got a swivel/pivot on it..... Not sure of the term, dont watch strictly..... Definately colder out but no wind.....

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Temp  has just shot down through the 6s  now the rain has started. A good sign. 

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2 minutes ago, iand61 said:

I'd put up with Fred Talbot if he was forecasting a foot of snow and gale force easterly winds.

 

Currently putting weather symbols on his cell wall! :D

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I don't know if it's wishful thinking but it looked a little sleety outside.

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1 minute ago, WillinGlossop said:

Radar has got a swivel/pivot on it..... Not sure of the term, dont watch strictly..... Definately colder out but no wind.....

Is that swivel/pivot good for us or is this the start of operation downgrade:)

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Just to refresh our memories this is snow and what we are looking out for :D

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Just now, iand61 said:

Is that swivel/pivot good for us or is this the start of operation downgrade:)

the pen is here sooner than it should imo. the pivot is over scotland, looks normal lp rotation to me

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Just now, iand61 said:

Is that swivel/pivot good for us or is this the start of operation downgrade:)

Not sure radar watch/ nowcasting..... 

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Should I move my car to top of a cobbled steep hill is my question

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Good news

Manchester Airport have just updated to Level 3 status for snow and ice overnight.

I don't have any links or charts to back this up,we just get a text message with the latest from

The airport weather centre.

C.S

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1 minute ago, cheshire snow said:

Good news

Manchester Airport have just updated to Level 3 status for snow and ice overnight.

I don't have any links or charts to back this up,we just get a text message with the latest from

The airport weather centre.

C.S

how many levels are there?

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1 minute ago, Minus 10 said:

how many levels are there?

Lol I think 3 Cheshire snow will confirm.

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1 minute ago, Minus 10 said:

how many levels are there?

Five

Level three is a  risk of flight disruption and diverts

C.S

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Rain is gettiing heavier here

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19 minutes ago, Darren Bown said:

We should have had Sara Blizzard

If it were Sara Lee, we get our just desserts....

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Rain is not what we want is it imagine if it was snow ;)

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1 minute ago, cheshire snow said:

Five

Level three is a  risk of flight disruption and diverts

C.S

Cheers, Liverpool will be a level 1 then, brollies and puddles

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Level 3 sounds like decent snow territory :D looking positive here further north and east then & a bit higher up. I am feeling slightly more optimistic now. Temp and dew are slowly dropping so that is all good as well.

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1 minute ago, Minus 10 said:

Cheers, Liverpool will be a level 1 then, brollies and puddles

Level five is total closure.

This happened last in 2010 for about 3 hours

C.S

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Rain turning heavier here. No surprise as we're not due anything but rain .Saw snow the other day for the first time in ages so mustn't grumble. Well only a little grumble

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Ha ha my wellies are worn out with all the use ive had of them this winter !! :laugh:

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Rain here

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7 minutes ago, cheshire snow said:

Five

Level three is a  risk of flight disruption and diverts

C.S

Need to approach under 200m n they'll be fine lol

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