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Desperate measures now!

Icicles like I've not seen since 2010

BBC1  0100-0200 The snow that never came. With @Cheshire snow @crewecold  @Backtrack @chrisc @captaincroc C.S 

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1 hour ago, itsnowjoke said:

I'm feeling more optimistic with snow prospects for tomorrow from the feature running in from the N Sea, It looks further north than predicted and heading more SW than SSW, so should ease its way over Cumbria easily. Thereafter with the wind tilting more direct east, much of the region in the firing line for heavy snow showers rest of tomorrow and Wednesday, showers could band together. Memories of 26/27 Jan 96 strongly coming to mind. Night!

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Just now, johnwirral said:

Looks like the GFS is going tits up for Friday on this run...

Tonight could be good mate.

The GFS tonight actually looks better to prolong the cold spell and the snow does swing up by Saturday, personally I like this run. All good :good:

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1 minute ago, Spah1 said:

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gfs 18z for the feature tomorrow morning

It is the Pub Run though , it's the one which is always a bit odd when compared with the other 3 runs

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Whas interesting about this front is that it has a waved tip on it on its southern flank in particular so some here in the region could get a nice spell of heavy prolonged snow.

I really hope the GFS is right so it can put 2 fingers up to the bbc and met office and the obsession of the PPN hitting the midlands. Do suspect I'm too far North abd the mountains up here are higher but greater Manchester and Merseyside looks well placed. 

It's all down to radar watchING though and it's so interesting watching and see how it develops and seeing people's predictions on how it will develop.

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-1c here, bitter cold and the breeze is keeping frost away from the cars. Looks crisp on the grass though. Looks like the heavy snow is game on again for tomorrow morning, could be the most promising snow since March 2013 for me. I’ve been told to take it easy getting to work tomorrow haha.

Metoffcie not really going for many showers in the afternoon on the dreaded app, but they were seriously out with the precip chances today anyway.

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6 minutes ago, Darren Bown said:

-1c here, bitter cold and the breeze is keeping frost away from the cars. Looks crisp on the grass though. Looks like the heavy snow is game on again for tomorrow morning, could be the most promising snow since March 2013 for me. I’ve been told to take it easy getting to work tomorrow haha.

Metoffcie not really going for many showers in the afternoon on the dreaded app, but they were seriously out with the precip chances today anyway.

That’s the dryness of the air. No water to condense

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8 minutes ago, karyo said:

The band of snow looks ahead of schedule, already affecting the northeast and north Yorkshire.

Looks to be a tad West so Peak District on Southern edge with more going to lancashire and Greater Manchester. The Amber zone is more East on the warning

 

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3 minutes ago, Acupuncturist said:

The snow for the early hours looks like it might miss Manchester to the North according to radar. North of region could do well 

 Well that’s a turnaround. I should still do alright then? 

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6 minutes ago, Had Worse said:

Looks to be a tad West so Peak District on Southern edge with more going to lancashire and Greater Manchester. The Amber zone is more East on the warning

 

Unbelievable that there still changes in the track. The Aprege takes ti further west, mostly west and north of Manchester.

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