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2 minutes ago, snow*please said:

im heeeeere....for crying out loud i cant keep away!

i will go tomorrow ?

THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW:D

brb.

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A friend's snowman has started to limbo all by itself.

Some pics from Todmorden

Guys - hope your doing well & enjoying the snow Good luck to all tonight !!!

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9 minutes ago, Sunny_AS said:

Come on North Sea!!! You can do it!!!

Is that stuff developing North of Norfolk not just part of the main system that is painfully slowly moving North?

It doesn't really matter one way or the other I suppose as it is all likely to reach us eventually and we may get a few cms out of it especially here in South Yorkshire just not convinced it's convection as such?

November already snow please?!  :D

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1 hour ago, ChezWeather said:

Make sure you come back in summer for some thunderstorm watching :D

i would but we dont get any decent storms anymore!

love some thunder and lightning but its as rare as our snow ?

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7 minutes ago, snow*please said:

just took the dog to loo and can confirm we have.....SNIZZLE 

My favorite weather related word....snizzle  :D

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6 minutes ago, Harsh Climate said:

greens now in showers near middlesbrough, could one more suprise be  in store!

We don't live near there lol

but i know what you are getting at(enhanced ppn)

BTW,that was one of the quickest showers i have ever had,didn't wan't to miss nowt:rofl:

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By my estimation it would still take around 6 hours for the front to get here even though it has made a push. 

The thing off East Anglia is not a shower, it's the front pivotting. 

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Just now, summer blizzard said:

By my estimation it would still take around 6 hours for the front to get here even though it has made a push. 

The thing off East Anglia is not a shower, it's the front pivotting. 

It looked like it stalled for a bit, but has now started to push north again...

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30 minutes ago, wrcstarlet said:

Forecast looks interesting!

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Eye ours just updated to more prolonged snow but it's dry as a bone and the remains of the front some time away

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Just now, The PIT said:

Eye ours just updated to more prolonged snow but it's dry as a bone and the remains of the front some time away

Look south east. Your front is 2-4 hours away but the movement north is on the eastern side. 

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4 minutes ago, summer blizzard said:

By my estimation it would still take around 6 hours for the front to get here even though it has made a push. 

The thing off East Anglia is not a shower, it's the front pivotting. 

Agree regarding the East Anglian stuff being part of the front.

Still may take a couple of hours to reach here though.  Lets hope it maintains some intensity though as it could give at least the South of the region a bit of a covering if it does!

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It has fealt colder today in that wind,it is a shame that we didn't have no snow to go with it,would love to see it blowing about

heading for the hills tomorrow for a walk,not kinderscout though as i feel i won't make it up there so probabley head for somewhere like Bolsterstone and surrounding area's or stanage edge or wharncliffe crag,dunno yet.

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58 minutes ago, snow*please said:

just took the dog to loo and can confirm we have.....SNIZZLE 

If we don't get nothing soon it will be a big SNOOZLE lol

i am shattered,but i will keep going:)

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