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Just now, WalsallWeather123 said:

Lol its fine. My comment was a bit out of order as well.  Just the disagreement in model shows it will be a nowcast radar watching event

Yeah weird, never seen such wild disagreement between models. 

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Anyone with a macro lens needs to go and photograph the amazing snowflakes falling right now. This is the best i can do

So, both hi res models over which whose territory this system is evolving - Hirlam and Arpege (both I would have a lot of respect for) - have very decent accumulations forecast by Friday morning from

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Having retreated East, the area of snow over the East mids is moving West again. Picked up here in the last 10 minutes. Have to say I expected a bigger dry gap North of the frontal band now near Brum.

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2 minutes ago, kmanmx said:

How are you identifying this streamer ?

I can't see one, but then I am not particularly adept in the art of model/radar watching.

kmanmx..

Sorry you have to use the minus option on the +/- icons at the top of the map to view outwards.

It is really bursting into life now.

If you use the anim on/off feature it shows the movement over the last 2 hrs.

It enables you to really see the current trends in movement/intensity of the rainfall/snowfall.

MIA 

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1 minute ago, Midlands Ice Age said:

kmanmx..

Sorry you have to use the minus option on the +/- icons at the top of the map to view outwards.

It is really bursting into life now.

If you use the anim on/off feature it shows the movement over the last 2 hrs.

It enables you to really see the current trends in movement/intensity of the rainfall/snowfall.

MIA 

Got it. As the ppn hits the easterly winds to the north slightly, it's firing it right across our way. Looks good.

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1 minute ago, Midlands Ice Age said:

kmanmx..

Sorry you have to use the minus option on the +/- icons at the top of the map to view outwards.

It is really bursting into life now.

If you use the anim on/off feature it shows the movement over the last 2 hrs.

It enables you to really see the current trends in movement/intensity of the rainfall/snowfall.

MIA 

I take it MIA  its not been feeding tractors with carrots weather just yet?.

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oh my lordy haha.

just checked net weather radar, snow had pepped up a bit and the ppn that had been steadly coming in from east, now changed, merged with system coming up from down south

and there's  a push from the south now.

 

this could be this afternoons fun and games

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11 minutes ago, davehsug said:

Having retreated East, the area of snow over the East mids is moving West again. Picked up here in the last 10 minutes. Have to say I expected a bigger dry gap North of the frontal band now near Brum.

i did, thought it might be a few hours of blue sky and sun, OH no looks like its merged, seems to moving west agin as it gained momentum from the south

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Arpege  not as good for the Midlands   got to favour  a few brisk showers in the West Of the region    nothing significant i would have thought.   anyway  as people have said a nowcast situation

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1 minute ago, Chunky Flake said:

Are we in the sweet spot in Cannock for a dumping 

Absolutely not i'm afraid, in fact, along with anyone in a line across to Leicester, I am sure we have done worse than anyne else in the coutnry for thsi cold spell.

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