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3 minutes ago, Day 10 said:

Not good news on the second band for Friday, latest ICON, GFS & HIRLAM hardly get anything here atall. Looking more and more like a real epic fail in our little corner of the world.

Are you Summer sun in Disguise :diablo:

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10 minutes ago, dodgeredee said:

Don't start monitoring the progress of Storm Emma now because it's first wave will not reach our parts, it's the second band that pushes up tomorrow that might just scrape the southern parts of the region.  Personally knowing it will be so light by the time it reaches here I'm hoping it stays south of me and we keep the snow from today intact with lower temps.

What snow from today? Barely anything here and what little there has been blown off to never never land in the stupid gale. I'd like Storm Emma to progress northward very much, and the bring some milder air in; not a fan of absolutely freezing weather with minimal snow. 

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2 minutes ago, Chris.R said:

Pressure is 3 mb lower than it should be at this time. I still think there are some surprises in store. 

Look at radar for our area, you will see it wont go past river dee at mold. It is stalled there on axis to london we have no chance

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I don't mind missing out on a normal cold spell as that's to be expected, but when we get a spell so severe as this then 2 inches that lasted half a day is really really poor. I will remember this for all the wrong reasons and we must be in about 10% of the country who look set to miss out (unless there is a surprise between now and Sat but not expecting it now).

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5 minutes ago, Mucka said:

The usual for us with an Easterly, cold but mainly dry.

Now that the main cold is almost over I would rather get rid altogether if we are not going to have proper snow.

Thankfully the models starting to show a quick warm up although UKMO latest looks unlikely.

Why thankfully?

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 I’ve still got an inch in shelter. 

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On 2/9/2018 at 20:20, Mokidugway said:

There you go , post away 

....if only some on here knew :D

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A few tree's beginning to come down looking at the reports, it might not necessarily be due to the strength of the wind as the ground is frozen-solid but rather the side-effects of ice and accumulated snow weighing on the branches 

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Just now, cheshire snow said:

see @Glacier Point post in the Midlands thread the main band has gone further East than forecast

C.S 

The UKv and GFS have both picked this up, glimmer of hope.

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1 minute ago, cheshire snow said:

see @Glacier Point post in the Midlands thread the main band has gone further East than forecast

C.S 

I think you will do all right tonight.

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1 minute ago, karyo said:

I think you will do all right tonight.

Hope so mate just a good covering will make me happy.

C.S

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Just now, cheshire snow said:

Hope so mate just a good covering will make me happy.

C.S

I hope you do too mate. Snow makes memories.  Anyone know where the UKW puts the precipitation tonight?

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5 minutes ago, frosty ground said:

Why thankfully?

I love the cold so long as it is extreme but not for too long if there not associated snow.

If it just going to be ordinary cold/chilly and dry I would rather it just warmed up and Spring arrived.

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6 minutes ago, SNOW_JOKE said:

A few tree's beginning to come down looking at the reports, it might not necessarily be due to the strength of the wind as the ground is frozen-solid but rather the side-effects of ice and accumulated snow weighing on the branches 

Yes 4 roads closed round here with trees down along with about 7 with snow the roads that are open are crawling. I think some trees look covered in sheets of ice

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4 minutes ago, Stratocumulus perlucidus said:

South of the dee is good but wont go north of it imo. 😢 

As nicely as possible. I really hope you're wrong.

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Just now, Mucka said:

I love the cold so long as it is extreme but not for too long if there not associated snow.

If it just going to be ordinary cold/chilly and dry I would rather it just warmed up and Spring arrived.

There is nothing normal about this spell with or without snow.

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Glacier Point   

 
 

Right now I don't think any model has handled this systems' northward track and speed well at all. GFS now probably best representation, but even that looks slow.

 

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Not surprised trees are coming down in the region, the wind seems to be as strong as it's been all day.  Bits and pieces of flakes flying through the air but nothing too alarming after the mid afternoon lull.

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Just now, Chris.R said:

Glacier Point   

 
 

Right now I don't think any model has handled this systems' northward track and speed well at all. GFS now probably best representation, but even that looks slow.

I hope he’s correct 

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2 minutes ago, frosty ground said:

There is nothing normal about this spell with or without snow.

Correct, but Mucka is right without any snow it's pretty useless. Who wants bitterly cold cloudy dry weather?

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4 minutes ago, frosty ground said:

There is nothing normal about this spell with or without snow.

I think that's why he said not for long It's been freezing for what feels like weeks even if it's only been under a week. I got more snow from the Feb 11 event than I currently have lying in my garden: in areas where it hasn't all been blown away anyway. Half the fun of cold is snow, of course many of us feel short changed by this event when looking at Scotland, the north east and the south west. 

Edited by Deep Snow please

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Wind is howling and blowing the snow about. My side of the street has about 2 inch cover, the other side about 10 inch cover !!!

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