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3 to 4cm here judging from a first glance from the window. It looks as though the main shower action will be to the west of here today though.

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Morning everyone! (Feeling like I’m arriving at the office, lol)

Woke up to it chucking down wet snow, by the time I was downstairs it had stoped, and by the time I’d caught up on all the posts on here it has started again!

think it’s going to be a roller coaster kind of a day! 🙃

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Looks like the streamer sweet spot will be Shropshire. Stoke avoiding most of it sadly. Plenty of snow here in Quinton.

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Nice little covering here in coventry...lets hope sunday we got snowed in!

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Just got into Lichfield, great example of how altitude makes a difference, even when its not a great deal. White up in Gentleshaw, slushy down here with just a slight covering on grass.

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Just for amusement purposes only of course but the bbc site going for snow from 5am sunday until 3pm monday here on the Warwickshire/leics border

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Hi all

 

Good few cm here atm and coming down nicely. More to come looking at the radar, nice streamer setup.

 

Sunday currently looking very good for us, 15cm + 

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Schools shut. Hammering it down  this will be like this for most of the day  happy days 

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1 minute ago, weirpig said:

Schools shut. Hammering it down  this will be like this for most of the day  happy days 

Yep, you're certainly in a great location for the rest of the day, shouldn't have a problem breaching the 10cm mark.

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Roads are stuffed round Stourbridge, Clent, south west of Birmingham. Coming down heavy.

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2 inches here... lovely white scene but looks like someone exploded a can of shaving foam....

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Stop start light snow currently and temps dropping. Can see a heavier band of precip inbound on radar - Way west of me but think might get under the edge...cast offs from Brum area.  Hopefully a few more surprises today - enjoy!:D

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A light covering here in Tipton, must be expecting a tad more due to the amount of local schools that have closed for the day 😎

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From what I can see, a lovely covering of about an inch here in Harborne. 

Sunday/Monday is looking good for around here. The situation reminds me of 8-9 Feb 2007. That was an amazing event in an otherwise horrid winter. Anybody remember the event?

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1.5-2cm now, all surfaces covered. Definitely will be a day of lying snow, only the second in Dec since 2010. Just had a pretty heavy shower of large flakes mixed with small grainy stuff, and still flakes floating down. 

And I've just heard from the postman that there is virtually nothing in town!

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12 minutes ago, weirpig said:

Schools shut. Hammering it down  this will be like this for most of the day  happy days 

Schools shut because of a few cm's of snow?! World has gone mad 😂

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Looking to the NW, just coming off the Irish Sea looks to be a more organised section of snow. If this can hold together, a fair bit of the region could see some more in the coming hour or 2.

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