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Now remind me why I dont post in the MOD thread oh yes that is it,post deleted because I Mentioned lack of snow and it been coldest part of winter.yet you can post about your Granny and that is o

HEAVY SNOW WOOOHOOOO! 

Mod thread is like stepping into the SE regional thread. Snow in the SE innit fam? Lots of snow...you understand blud?  

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Should see a preety cold night tonight, perhaps -3 degrees, and tomorrow looks cold, possibly no better than 2 degrees and only briefly so frost will linger out of the sun. Looking forward to snowfall overnight Monday - bit of a pity it is coming through the night, but would be nice to see it falling first thing.

Today was great in the Lake District after yesterday's murk, lots of snow on the fells, and blue skies. 

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Just now, Chris.R said:

 Thursday night currently looking like a snow to rain event but it has huge potential. I‘d take that for now though.  

I suspect there could be a few surprises in the woodshed this week.

The national forecasts have not really added much detail beyong 24 hours. Definately cagey.

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16 minutes ago, Joe Bloggs said:

18z GFS is decent - a relatively active front 

http://www.wetterzentrale.de/maps/GFSOPUK18_39_43.png

Yes it  is Joe :)

Hate to use the word altitude but i suspect its going to play a part tues even, need temps as close to zero as possible when the decaying front hits our region,i fear the snow will be that light unless ground temps are low it will just wet the ground.

We'll see.

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1 minute ago, northwestsnow said:

Yes it  is Joe :)

Hate to use the word altitude but i suspect its going to play a part tues even, need temps as close to zero as possible when the decaying front hits our region,i fear the snow will be that light unless ground temps are low it will just wet the ground.

We'll see.

thurs/fri front more active, but modelled on GFS as wintry mix, mild sector there

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1 minute ago, I remember Atlantic 252 said:

thurs/fri front more active, but modelled on GFS as wintry mix, mild sector there

Im not even looking at thur yet, small changes would mean rain or snow- too far out to know yet.

PS 18z shows snow IMBY friday :)

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6 minutes ago, northwestsnow said:

Yes it  is Joe :)

Hate to use the word altitude but i suspect its going to play a part tues even, need temps as close to zero as possible when the decaying front hits our region,i fear the snow will be that light unless ground temps are low it will just wet the ground.

We'll see.

I don’t think altitude will play much of a part on Tuesday tbh. 

If the front gets here it should be snow at all levels, certainly inland. In fact some of the snow could be falling with temps below freezing. 

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1 minute ago, frosty ground said:

Tuesday with temps of 1 at 300m probably means snow will not settle for most. BBC app has had this weekends temp spot on

BBC app has temps sub zero all day in moorside- it will stick for you but it will be that light if temps get above freezing in the afternoon anything will just melt, hence my comment about altitude. :)

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14 minutes ago, itsnowjoke said:

Sticking every where .........

 

 

 

 

 

bloody pva glue nightmare 

Your post is still there in all it's glory MOD thread, what a farce! ? ? ? 

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