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VEry light snow in Belfast - dark dark clouds. BAltic. Hope this is it heading our way now - maybe lol

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6 minutes ago, SnowJon said:

Snizzle back on again

Lucky you, you must be on the southern side of central Belfast.

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It’s gone again!! It’s almost like it’s too cold to snow properly! 

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On 26/02/2018 at 15:47, mountain shadow said:

 

On 26/02/2018 at 09:10, Hegzyy said:

 

IMG_20180228_110550.jpgmost snow I've had since Dec 2010

 

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light snow in belfast titanic now, jaysus i just want a small layer so i can have some sort of an excuse to WFH tomrrow hahaha

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Wee bit of powder puff snow in Belfast, nothing to exciting yet.

Parts of Eastern and Central Ireland getting mullered.

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10 minutes ago, Weegaz said:

Red warning out for Scotland,,,,lucky sods

Aye, not even sure why we have a yellow to be honest. Pretty dire. That's me done unless things change. Here is the Euro4 snow accumulation chart. It is high res and fairly decent. Think it says it all really. This is total accumulation over the next 48 hours.

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Continuous snow showers here with blizzard like conditions. I would say we have had about 10cm easily.

This is bliss

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This is the craic lads!

About 10cm now in total, some peppery streamers every hour or so!

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Snowing away here but will never get anything lying unless it gets heavier which I doubt will happen. 

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looks a decent streamer over belfast now, looking out the window and its gone missing tho? haha

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2 hours ago, mountain shadow said:

I think your area is favoured as the wind remains North Easterly, becoming more Easterly. The Dublin area will continue to see snow piling in I think.

I'm in north Louth and it's being snow showers all morning. Turing slighly more easterly now. More of the coast on target now, looking at Hirlam and other sites I don't no what to predict. For Northern Ireland east coast looking better now lads on Radar, not heavy but better than nothing. 

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The radar is absolutely fascinating at the minute, for some reason showers are only starting/building when they pass lough Neagh.

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Definitely a more easterly now as the streamers have more or less dried up. Direct easterlies not great for us, showers become more sporadic, but absolutely no complaints from me, having a blast with the kids here, as all schools are closed.

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So is Friday a bust for the north ? In work so can’t check anything. I see met office still have s warning but I take it they are in process of removing it. 

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17 minutes ago, BlastFromThePastbuzz said:

2 red warnings by Met Éireann. And for Emma everywhere has a red or orange warning except for donegal,not even a yellow. 

 

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Snow-ice Warning for Connacht, Cavan, Monaghan, Donegal, Clare and Limerick

Scattered heavy snow showers today, tonight, and tomorrow.

Issued:

Wednesday 28 February 2018 11:00

Valid:

Wednesday 28 February 2018 08:00 to Thursday 01 March 2018 12:00

 

There is a yellow warning for Donegal atm.

I'm still hoping for a bit to come our way. Seeing some of the pictures from around the country has me feeling left out :-(.

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Lovely line of streamers coming straight at Omagh now. I'd say the M1 would be dodge enough now. Very heavy precip showing over the A5 from Ballygawley to Omagh, too.

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