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North West England Regional Weather Discussion 23/04/2017 onwards


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Browse the regional threads. Everyone’s noticed the adjustment!   GAME ON

HOLY super duper ITS TURNED TO HEAVY SNOW

If I can put my twopenneth in? The Welsh thread might as well be the South Welsh thread..completely monopolised by people from Cardiff, Swansea and the Valleys. Places over 4 hours drive away from me.

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Everything is evolving a little slower than I thought it would. It was never expected to be wintry in our region until at least 10pm.. however low lying areas (even inland) in NI and Scotland are still reporting rain. That, as I'm sure you'll agree is not how this is supposed to be scripted. That doesn't mean it won't snow tonight, but perhaps the sea surface temperatures are causing more marginality than originally expected near the coast/western low lying areas.

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2 minutes ago, northwestsnow said:

next 6 hours make or break for my location- if i dont see any snow showers starting to pack in by 1am then i think its game over personally.

Never seems to match the hype eh 

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5 minutes ago, SP1986 said:

Everything is evolving a little slower than I thought it would. It was never expected to be wintry in our region until at least 10pm.. however low lying areas (even inland) in NI and Scotland are still reporting rain. That, as I'm sure you'll agree is not how this is supposed to be scripted. That doesn't mean it won't snow tonight, but perhaps the sea surface temperatures are causing more marginality than originally expected near the coast/western low lying areas.

I think SSTs are a big problem.

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Re: the hype.. it's understandable there would be hype because sometimes these situations deliver.. sometimes they do not, however it's been a while since we've had a situation like this where there is potential snow showers from a seaward direction. Therefore our bad experiences tend to be forgotten, whereas our hope often takes centre stage. This one, as yet is an unknown.. however it is looking less likely it'll be the winter wonderland many were expecting in more low lying areas.

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2 minutes ago, SP1986 said:

Re: the hype.. it's understandable there would be hype because sometimes these situations deliver.. sometimes they do not, however it's been a while since we've had a situation like this where there is potential snow showers from a seaward direction. Therefore our bad experiences tend to be forgotten, whereas our hope often takes centre stage. This one, as yet is an unknown.. however it is looking less likely it'll be the winter wonderland many were expecting in more low lying areas.

All part of the enjoyment of the hobby. The ups and the downs 

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Just now, swainclubber said:

All part of the enjoyment of the hobby. The ups and the downs 

for some people yes, although judging by some posts you'd think life savings had been bet on snow. 

but in general yes I agree it's very enjoyable following the run-up and the event itself.

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1 hour ago, cheshire snow said:

From Dianne worst of the snow showers AFTER midnight,just thought I would put the 

Word after in capitals to stop the toys been thrown,relax and enjoy.

It' been a long time coming 

C.S

This kind of language makes me vomit. 

‘The worst of the snow showers’. So she means not very good, poor, not heavy, not settling,weak? 

OR

the opposite. Which in my book would be the best of the snow showers.

Why is it the ‘best’ of the sunshine (which causes cancer) and the worst of the ‘snow showers’. 

Stop forcasting with Bias !!!??

 

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