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Victims of the 2017 Snow Blizzard Speak Out Some harrowing tales are emerging across the country this morning as the victims of the 2017 snow storm share their stories.  The whole of Norther

Just saw total accumulation maps (for next 48hrs) from latest euro4 model. Think I peed myself a little!

Guys - good luck with the snow potential over the next few days  cameras at the ready!

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8 minutes ago, bobbarley said:

How far south does it have move to get us some action?

Anywhere between 100-200 miles we  would be in the game I reckon. 

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9 minutes ago, jello said:

Tuesday evening looks lovely :)   I know its automated but oooooooh

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Not too often we see that!! Not a fan of automated forecast but excitement starting to build for Tuesday and just maybe we will get lucky with the storm tracking further south. Latest BBC forecast certainly shows the uncertainty around the positioning of the low. Also look how strong the winds are on Tuesday. Blizzards on the hills!!

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8 minutes ago, ronan said:

Not too often we see that!! Not a fan of automated forecast but excitement starting to build for Tuesday and just maybe we will get lucky with the storm tracking further south. Latest BBC forecast certainly shows the uncertainty around the positioning of the low. Also look how strong the winds are on Tuesday. Blizzards on the hills!!

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I never really trust automated. But heres hoping.  Fingers crossed the low is much further South, its about time we had something good.  

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I'll leave this here and hopefully by the 12z's tomorrow evening the low is 250 miles further south. It is a totally viable outcome at this range. Fingers crossed!

W COUNTRY The key issue we are watching ahead is risk of (warnable) strong winds developing into early Thurs. However, considable uncertainty at the moment on areas of England at risk: error margin N-S ca. 250 miles! Will update as forecast confidence grow 

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Toys were well and truly out of the pram in the model thread today :rofl:  I was entertained. I'm watching where this low will track with great interest. At least Tuesday should bring us something. 

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Hi guys, don't find time to post in here as often as i'd like.

 

From my post on Boards.ie

 

18:00 Euro4

12 am - 6 am Tuesday

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6 am - 12 pm

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12 pm - 6 pm

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Projected maximum temperatures on Tuesday

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Looking good for most of the country. Far south coasts, extreme west coasts may be an exception.

 

Usual caveats apply. 

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Bit crap that the low pulls up the warm uppers for that short window on Wednesday, however, there are some very cold NW winds brought back in from early Thursday morning through to Saturday lunchtime.

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Spots of green showing on radar this morning.

Exciting couple of days coming up with radar and lamppost watching.

I'm sure into tomorrow this thread, along with other, will go into overdrive.  Hope the servers have had their weetabix.

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4 minutes ago, BREIFMAN11 said:

Just to give you a picture of how poor automated are Derry shows sleet for most of the day and a lot of Derry is higher than sea level though I'm just an odd one out me

I know - they are poor! Still - it's slightly encouraging to see so much snow in them for tomorrow for Bangor - normally we'd just see sleet there as well!

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8 minutes ago, ronan said:

Really looking forward to seeing some snow now! 

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I would have assumed this would warrant an amber warning. Snow through morning and evening rush hours, pretty continuous all day it seems.

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I love snow, but love it even more on days I'm not working!  I have to drive for my job and home visits need to be made.... but I'm rubbish at driving in snow/ice :cold::cold::cold:.  Half of me wants a big heap of snow but other half is wetting myself LOL.

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