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It looks like the band might slide slightly east of West Midlands but hopefully increase shower activity through Cheshire gap as slides past.

It does actually seem to be intensifying in the Irish seas north of Wales.  May be a surprise later

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Just had a heavy burst of snow and very strong winds seemingly out of nowhere.

Cleared as abruptly as it began.

Looking at the radar, that next lot pushing south should be here soon.

 

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6 minutes ago, Dancerwithwings said:

Radar Looks interesting....Will it, Won't it :whistling:

Fingers and toes crossed! That's a huge area if it translates into snow! :yahoo:

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12 minutes ago, Dancerwithwings said:

Radar Looks interesting....Will it, Won't it :whistling:

You referring to that mass of ppn up north looks like it's pivoting east to me and will miss us also looks marginal. But let's hope for the best.

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1 minute ago, snowangel32 said:

You referring to that mass of ppn up north looks like it's pivoting east to me and will miss us also looks marginal. But let's hope for the best.

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Iv been watching this for 2 hours lol (don't ask) and I can tell you for a fact your in the direct line. Massive flop my the mods.  The mids will get 2 hours of snow out of this or 1.5 minimum. Shouldn't break up too much as it's an area of low pressure. 

Iv got a covering of snow at 100ft asl aswel from the Cheshire gap, so no modspicked this up correctly 

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2 minutes ago, Severe Siberian icy blast said:

Iv been watching this for 2 hours lol (don't ask) and I can tell you for a fact your in the direct line. Massive flop my the mods.  The mids will get 2 hours of snow out of this or 1.5 minimum. Shouldn't break up too much as it's an area of low pressure. 

Iv got a covering of snow at 100ft asl aswel from the Cheshire gap, so no modspicked this up correctly 

We all hope your right mate. Met had it way east than this it's quite a big misjudgement from them. You been up all night watching it how's the PPN holding up as it tracks South. 

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1 minute ago, snowangel32 said:

We all hope your right mate. Met had it way east than this it's quite a big misjudgement from them. You been up all night watching it how's the PPN holding up as it tracks South. 

Woke up at 4:30 and thought I'd just check the radar quickly then realised there's loads of showers around me so I looked out and it's all white which is a big shock to he fair as I'm low ground. Then been watching the trough up north and it's intensified not weakened. It's looking really strong. However we will have to see what happens but we all should see somethin out of it

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12 minutes ago, snowangel32 said:

You referring to that mass of ppn up north looks like it's pivoting east to me and will miss us also looks marginal. But let's hope for the best.

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Blimey a looks like I could get something out of this one! I'm just between Notts and Sheffield!

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