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2 minutes ago, marksp said:

Yep I saw that weather report, she said the snow should move on through the Midlands into the North York Moors.

anyway should be plenty of snow here, gfs ppn charts now show close to 30cm

 

where the hell are you?? guessing not in west yorks? :(

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and were off! it's moving back up north! :) sunday is going to be very exciting for some of us just enjoy it!!

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5 minutes ago, sausage said:

where the hell are you?? guessing not in west yorks? :(

nope north west Derbyshire, about 12 south of Sheffield, edge of Peak District, so most a lot of the town and surrounding countryside is 200 to 275mts asl

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Just now, marksp said:

nope north west Derbyshire, about 12 south of Sheffield, edge of Peak District, so most a lot of the town and surrounding countryside is 200 to 275mts asl

its another geographical mute point bit like Yorkshire, I,m 12 miles south of Sheff, and 45 to 48 North of Birmingham, but come under the Midlands area, all be it East Midlands, but I,m some distance from Lincs.

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For what its worth the GEM is also further north, albeit slightly..

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24 hours of snow for South Yorkshire, so 10-20cm won't be surprising. Several CM's for West and North and parts of East Yorkshire.

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Again, this can and will shift

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Now we know why the met put the Amber out 

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Just now, Love Snow said:

Now we know why the met out the Amber out 

I wouldn't be shocked if somewhere gets a red out of this. It has the possibility to dump a foot and half somewhere. Unlikely to be in Yorkshire though - Derbyshire is my guess for the sweet spot in this.

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well i have a gut feeling for sth Lincs this is going to be a let down, met office forecast has gone from heavy snow to now rain/sleet with a chilly feel.

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Final one from me 

Models suggest snow showers from tomorrow afternoon and evening - only a dusting though

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Another model, another slight shift north. Cracking for South Yorkshire with other areas joining in on the 'games'

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4 minutes ago, LeeSnow84 said:

shovels at the read:cold:

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1 minute ago, Mark Bayley said:

Another model, another slight shift north. Cracking for South Yorkshire with other areas joining in on the 'games'

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This is shaping up to be 15cm -20cm quite easily for South Yorkshire. We got 10cm from a front March 2013 nowhere near as active or prolonged as this 

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Just now, inghams85 said:

 

This is shaping up to be 15cm -20cm quite easily for South Yorkshire. We got 10cm from a front March 2013 nowhere near as active or prolonged as this 

Indeed, Rotherham is well placed!

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3 minutes ago, Mark Bayley said:

Indeed, Rotherham is well placed!

Without a doubt yes but still time for a small 50 mile shift to bring this back to the north Midlands. Well know by 0z tomorrow morning i would say 

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2 minutes ago, inghams85 said:

Without a doubt yes but still time for a small 50 mile shift to bring this back to the north Midlands. Well know by 0z tomorrow morning i would say 

Yes, that is always a risk. I don't expect any significant changes however. At worse North and west Yorkshire may miss the 'worst' of it, but those further south should see decent event, unless there is a significant track further south.

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wow just goes to show the met are clueless at many a time. have you just seen the massive downgrade in the further outlook posted by them just as yesterday they were saying cold and snow until mid jan. wow what a flip. i wonder what weve lost thats changed that?? any ideas?

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and on above before quote.

is there something to say it wont even potentially track even further north too!!?

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2 minutes ago, sausage said:

wow just goes to show the met are clueless at many a time. have you just seen the massive downgrade in the further outlook posted by them just as yesterday they were saying cold and snow until mid jan. wow what a flip. i wonder what weve lost thats changed that?? any ideas?

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UK Outlook for Saturday 23 Dec 2017 to Saturday 6 Jan 2018:

During the early part of this period we are likely to see a transition from spells of wet and windy weather moving across the UK towards more benign weather becoming established. This is likely to bring a mixture of colder, drier conditions and shorter lived milder, wetter and windier interludes. Snow is likely at times, especially in more northern and central parts of the UK. Temperatures will probably be below average overall.

https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast/gcrp54pyc 

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Ta dah!

I probably won't be up north to experience it but positive for you guys. 

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3 minutes ago, Cheese Rice said:

Ta dah!

I probably won't be up north to experience it but positive for you guys. 

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I have also ended up 'down south', although find myself in Sheffield this weekend. Very tempted to go back Monday rather than Sunday evening! Some back edge snow on Monday, though (London)!

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It's definitely looking good for Sunday here. We had a covering last night, unexpected and hopefully just a teaser.

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5 minutes ago, Static Prevails said:

It's definitely looking good for Sunday here. We had a covering last night, unexpected and hopefully just a teaser.

where are you situated buddy :)

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3 minutes ago, sausage said:

where are you situated buddy :)

Chesterfield. Not quite Yorkshire, but I tend to hover between here and the Midlands thread. Obviously best of luck to those further north too!

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