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3 minutes ago, Dancerwithwings said:

What's your thought's on this now then :)

still none, GFS on it's own for Sat/Sun, see what EC says, 

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1 minute ago, I remember Atlantic 252 said:

still none, GFS on it's own for Sat/Sun, see what EC says, 

So ATM you still recon that we wont see any snow at low levels before Friday ???

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2 minutes ago, Dancerwithwings said:

So ATM you still recon that we wont see any snow at low levels before Friday ???

not here, but over 200m will see lots, but thaw during Wednesday

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Just need this to stick for Sunday and Thursday's low to continue to correct southward.

Not too much to ask for :D

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3 minutes ago, I remember Atlantic 252 said:

not here, but over 200m will see lots, but thaw during Wednesday

MO warnings say above 100 - 200 m and charts show snow getting down to low levels Tuesday evening to Wednesday morning. At 146 m I am feeling hopeful!

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Netweather forecast for here going for 35mm tonight from showers, some torrential snow.... 

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12 minutes ago, I remember Atlantic 252 said:

not here, but over 200m will see lots, but thaw during Wednesday

YOUR WRONG....snow showers to fall to low levels come tomorrow afternoon and evening for pretty much anywhere in the Midlands

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18 minutes ago, WillinGlossop said:

Netweather forecast for here going for 35mm tonight from showers, some torrential snow.... 

Looking good Will, Fingers crossed.

Meto Peak District for tomorrow. Temps dropped 3.3c now here -1.7c wind chill. High avalanche risk on the highest hills also.

Cold and windy with fleeting sunny spells and frequent snow showers. Gales are likely across high ground, often giving blizzard conditions and severe wind chill. Showers will be heavy at times with a risk of hail and thunder, particularly in the afternoon and evening.

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Blimey it's the end of the world :D MAX GUSTS.....160KM = 100MPH :shok:

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22 minutes ago, Polar Maritime said:

Looking good Will, Fingers crossed.

Meto Peak District for tomorrow. Temps dropped 3.3c now here -1.7c wind chill. High avalanche risk on the highest hills also.

Cold and windy with fleeting sunny spells and frequent snow showers. Gales are likely across high ground, often giving blizzard conditions and severe wind chill. Showers will be heavy at times with a risk of hail and thunder, particularly in the afternoon and evening.

High avalanche risk from supposedly 4" snow on the hills.

met office must have done a typo. Maybe if 14" fell that would uphold the warning:cc_confused:

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19 minutes ago, Dancerwithwings said:

Blimey it's the end of the world :D MAX GUSTS.....160KM = 100MPH :shok:

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My lord, Very interesting.. While also considering the impacts on the public. Seems to be all coming at once this week, hail thunder snow rain, And severe gales.

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12 minutes ago, Had Worse said:

High avalanche risk from supposedly 4" snow on the hills.

met office must have done a typo. Maybe if 14" fell that would uphold the warning:cc_confused:

This Meto Peak District foreast is for 300m and above, While the avalanche risk is for the highest tops at 600m and above. I rely on this personally as will Will.. Due to our location.

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1 hour ago, I remember Atlantic 252 said:

not here, but over 200m will see lots, but thaw during Wednesday

Think you could well be wrong on some of that.

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17 minutes ago, Dancerwithwings said:

Blimey it's the end of the world :D MAX GUSTS.....160KM = 100MPH :shok:

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ECM also takes it further south. Midlands in the firing line for some of the strongest winds.

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2 minutes ago, The Wolf said:

Think you could well be wrong on some of that.

Very wrong lol. I’d expect snow at all levels come end of day tomorrow 

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Yes, it will be cold enough for snow at low levels tomorrow evening.

Not sure why 252 thinks otherwise, he likes the idea that in this day and age snow isn't possible :friends:

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3 hourly snowfall charts from the high res Euro4 model. Tuesday evening to Wednesday morning. Followed by the total snow accumulation chart up to Wednesday morning.

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1 hour ago, Had Worse said:

High avalanche risk from supposedly 4" snow on the hills.

met office must have done a typo. Maybe if 14" fell that would uphold the warning:cc_confused:

I raise your 14 inches to 24 inches 👌👍❄️❄️❄️❄️ According to Ec 

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54 minutes ago, Polar Maritime said:

This Meto Peak District foreast is for 300m and above, While the avalanche risk is for the highest tops at 600m and above. I rely on this personally as will Will.. Due to our location.

Would be strange to see snake or Woodhead closed by avalanche eeeek ❄️❄️❄️❄️

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Showers turning much more wintry sleet with some wet flakes and had a few graupel showers too... 1c feels pretty cold out putting bin bags out....

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23 minutes ago, WillinGlossop said:

Would be strange to see snake or Woodhead closed by avalanche eeeek ❄️❄️❄️❄️

I remember Winnats Pass was closed by one in March 2013.

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Yes.

I thought it was extra cold rain on my folically challenged head but after lampost watching, it confirmed my suspicions.

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2 minutes ago, Terminal Moraine said:

I remember Winnats Pass was closed by one in March 2013.

That was the snow I missed.... I came up here (from Kent) in mid feb 2013 to show my mum (my mum lives in Somerset) the house I wanted to buy and it was bitter and remember her saying why do you want to move somewhere so cold.... think the windchill that evening was -10c.... got the keys for new house on 3rd may 2013.... 

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Just now, WillinGlossop said:

That was the snow I missed.... I came up here (from Kent) in mid feb 2013 to show my mum (my mum lives in Somerset) the house I wanted to buy and it was bitter and remember her saying why do you want to move somewhere so cold.... think the windchill that evening was -10c.... got the keys for new house on 3rd may 2013.... 

Yes mum, its a cool place to live.

Then she said, wheres the beach to which you answered, down there on the banks of Bottoms Reservoir

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