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North West England Weather discussion 16/01/16 Onwards

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Defo sleet here in woodley, east stockport, i was expecting nothing but rain after weds

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1 minute ago, chicken soup said:

Even if it does turn to snow it will have to come down like the clappers to stick.

No not really..... Every time rain proceeds snow and every time the same tired old myth is trotted out :wallbash::rofl:

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It's that type of sleet that you can only tell from seeing it splat on a conservatory roof. Looks like large drops of rain to everyone else. But do remember that most models had all lower ground as rain well into the early hours, so for slight bits of sleet, it must be slightly colder.

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2 minutes ago, chicken soup said:

Even if it does turn to snow it will have to come down like the clappers to stick.

If it came down at the rate this rain is, it's stick on grass pretty quickly I would think.

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My lamppost turned off just now.  It is actually a playground lamposts which usaully turns off at 10pm when kids go to sleep. I wish the council have them on all night for me!!

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Heavy rain here. I'm pretty sure evaporative cooling is something in textbooks and never happens in real life!

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11 minutes ago, Mokidugway said:
3 minutes ago, pip22 said:

My lamppost turned off just now.  It is actually a playground lamposts which usaully turns off at 10pm when kids go to sleep. I wish the council have them on all night!!

 

 

I have a new method  pip:D

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Snowing and sticking in North Wales now 150m +

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Just had a last look before all the council lampposts turned off and it is definately turning more to snow here.

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Rain is turning to snow conway, bangor area

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57 minutes ago, Minus 10 said:

Anyone else have the problem when right clicking on mouse to save a web page the backround part of the image is missing? Keep trying to save a radar map but the map itself isn't there when I save??

 

Print-screen and paste into paint. Works everytime.

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2 minutes ago, Allseasons-si said:

I have a new method  pip:D

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Behold the Cree flashlight ,the new lampost :)

 

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2 minutes ago, SNOW_JOKE said:

 

Print-screen and paste into paint. Works everytime.

Cheers

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I've got the non-stick sleet variety at the moment.

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3 minutes ago, Mokidugway said:

Behold the Cree flashlight ,the new lampost :)

 

I am glad that you got your spelling right there Moki,you could of slipped up with....

fleshlight:rofl:

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Sounds like it sleeting again

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Finally turned to sleet here..... One step at a time lol

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Must be a quick drop in temperature with all these sleet/snow reports. XC weather still shows NW England between 4-6c as of 9.50.

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