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Jeezo - the number of moaners on the Council twitter saying "over-reaction, just a few flakes, blah blah blah" Look out of the window, fools!

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5 minutes ago, edo said:

its quality mate

 

we deserve this lol 

 

anybody is englandshire getting anything..... been too excited following us to even look UK wide 

some thundersnaw approaching east anglia 

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A think a few of us will see/hear some tomorrow :yahoo:

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21 minutes ago, edo said:

lolz of course mate.... im not some mad mad from the model thread.... like OTR i love to see everyone have copious amounts of snaw... 

Appreciate it Edo, all your comments tonight have made me smile. I've a nephew in Edinburgh and he's thoroughly p****d off that he's got very little snow. If it's any consolation I spoke with another nephew in Shawlands, Glasgow and they've just a light dusting.......but it's still coming down in Motherwell as I type?

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1 minute ago, Stormeh said:

Am I weird that I get turned on looking at this....?

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Well if so, you're in good company here.

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Well I'm off to bed now, another really heavy shower coming through at the moment although not quite as squally as the last one. I thought it could be impressive but the depths we've reached so far here in such a short space of time have been incredible and this is only the start of the proper snow potential. 

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10 minutes ago, 101_North said:

It's like a dense fog blowing about. Not seen anything like it!!

With the kids now off school tomorrow we could have some fun to look forward to! I'm err...... 'working' from home :D

jammy.... im in at 7 am tomorrow but will get a lunchtime finish maybe 

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10 minutes ago, ECOSSE1650 said:

Appreciate it Edo, all your comments tonight have made me smile. I've a nephew in Edinburgh and he's thoroughly p****d off that he's got very little snow. If it's any consolation I spoke with another nephew in Shawlands, Glasgow and they've just a light dusting.......but it's still coming down in Motherwell as I type?

im happy now.... 1 big mad shower was all it took

and now have a soft spot for the new snaw capital of scotland..... motherwell 

edit 

ooft heres a 2nd big mad shower 

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And the next shower begins.

Feels weird as all the house lights in my street are off which is very unusual so everyone appears to have gone to bed to keep cosy. That is apart from me who is staring out the window lampost watching

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Really heavy again, I am starting to worry how I will get home later. My manger doesn’t give a toss :unsure2:. Hopefully the roads are not that bad.

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Quick update from here: absolutely Baltic oot (or more accurately, Siberian). Only a covering of snaw yet, but am keeping the faith that we'll get whumphed over the next several days. Gauge currently reading -3.1/-9C, but that Beasterly wind is brutal: will scythe through yer bits till they're bits & pieces. Night all and 'MON THE SNAW! 

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2 minutes ago, Norrance said:

And the next shower begins.

Feels weird as all the house lights in my street are off which is very unusual so everyone appears to have gone to bed to keep cosy. That is apart from me who is staring out the window lampost watching

I went out to take a few measurements and have 8cms measured on flat ground (no grass) in my front garden.

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impreasive @sawel and have to say @Stormehim getting rather excited too by this latest shower

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3 minutes ago, Sawel said:

I went out to take a few measurements and have 8cms measured on flat ground (no grass) in my front garden.

Mine will have to wait for morning though I don't think that I am far behind.

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Our yellow warning for Saturday has been removed by the MO. 

EDIT - Errr it's back again.

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7 minutes ago, Sawel said:

Our yellow warning for Saturday has been removed by the MO. 

EDIT - Errr it's back again.

 maybe looking for the red warning ⚠ button ? 

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1 minute ago, Cheggers said:

 maybe looking for the red warning ⚠ button ? 

Nah, that only happens when there's 3 cms in London Town.

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36 minutes ago, Stormeh said:

Am I weird that I get turned on looking at this....?

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It looks even more awesome in numbers, we might mention this snowy period now and again in years to come:

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I live somewhere between the 65 and the 39. 

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Fort William cold, diddily squat snow, according to Netweather we're looking at practically 14 days sub zero with hee haw precipitation ?

The Least from the East !

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4 minutes ago, Penicuikblizzard said:

When are the coldest uppers due to arrive??

Between about now and 9am. Last time we had uppers like this was 1991. It's possible you'll never experience uppers like this again in your lifetime.

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This one has to be worth saving - 2 troughs embedded in flow, in a pool of sub 510 dam air - Snawtastic.

Met Office Fax Synoptic Chart

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