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3 minutes ago, Wardlegacy said:

The met office app now shows sleet tomorrow turning to heavy snow in the afternoon. 

Same here. Could be something afoot. 

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22 minutes ago, Mokidugway said:

Beginning to wonder if I've got beaver fever from drinking from streams in Patagonia :shok:

You not feeling any better then

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48 minutes ago, Mokidugway said:

:nonono:

1.0c now

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2 minutes ago, itsnowjoke said:

You not feeling any better then

Got more wind than the Pennines 

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13 minutes ago, Deep Snow please said:

Same here. Could be something afoot. 

Could be a foot

 

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7 minutes ago, Spurry said:

1.0c now

 1.8 here, not too far behind. 

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19 minutes ago, Mokidugway said:

Got more wind than the Pennines 

Kalanticon gel which can be bought at the chemist is good for that anti flatulent antispasmodic and great for excess acid but you have to ask for it and obviously not taking anything that's simalar but they will ask about meds

Edited by itsnowjoke

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Sst at Crosby down to 43°F again. 

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2 hours ago, Day 10 said:

The lakes look good for snow tomorrow for a time

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:rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl: 'The Lakes look good for snow' LOL! We have pretty much missed out on everything for this and the last few winters!! :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:

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1 hour ago, damianslaw said:

Nice cover of snow first thing this morning, again about an inch, we can't seem to get over the 5cm mark this winter.. Alas unlike last Tuesday/Wednesday, the snow quickly thawed in the sunshine, but it felt cold still this afternoon.

Chance we might see some sleety wet snow in the morning, but it looks a high ground event. The Met Office warning is very odd though, NW Cumbria including coast only, then snow on the Pennines - but it is moving east through the region, so don't know why other parts of Cumbria are not included given the topography, so I wouldn't be surprised to see heavy snow in central parts of the Lakes down to valley level for a time.

Looking forward to some drier conditions by the weekend hopefully, frost and sunshine, and with the sun gaining some strength now, in light winds, it could begin to feel a little springlike.

Can't quite belive you got an inch! I live 5 miles from Windermere and we had a megre 1mm sprinkling so you were very lucky, or typically, I was very unlucky AGAIN!!!!

Thought things were bad, but when your missing out on decent snow by <5 miles....well...ugh...I give up!

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4 minutes ago, Barmada_Casten said:

Can't quite belive you got an inch! I live 5 miles from Windermere and we had a megre 1mm sprinkling so you were very lucky, or typically, I was very unlucky AGAIN!!!!

Thought things were bad, but when your missing out on decent snow by <5 miles....well...ugh...I give up!

If you put your location in profile it might help us explain local geography factors contributing to it. It may be an elevation factor at play here. That or you are extremely unlucky.

Edited by Deep Snow please

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1 minute ago, Deep Snow please said:

If you put your location in your post it might help us explain local geography factors contributing to it. It may be an elevation factor at play here. 

Aye possibly a rain shadow 

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10 minutes ago, Mokidugway said:

-90 c here :cold:

:nonono::nonono::nonono::rofl:

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15 minutes ago, Barmada_Casten said:

Can't quite belive you got an inch! I live 5 miles from Windermere and we had a megre 1mm sprinkling so you were very lucky, or typically, I was very unlucky AGAIN!!!!

Thought things were bad, but when your missing out on decent snow by <5 miles....well...ugh...I give up!

Yes where is your location, surprised you missed out, there was widespread snow over most of S Cumbria overnight down to 50 metres at least.

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2 minutes ago, Mokidugway said:

Think I'll take my flatulent corpse off to bed , god help the wife .......

 

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1 minute ago, damianslaw said:

Yes where is your location, surprised you missed out, there was widespread snow over most of S Cumbria overnight down to 50 metres at least.

There was snow on walney albeit a small amount 

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13 minutes ago, Mokidugway said:

Aye possibly a rain shadow 

Or a simple height issue. I'm wondering if Barmada_Casten lives in a valley between two of the many hills in that area which can be as low as 20-30m (the valley height that is) asl, and isn't counting snow on the hill next door as an event?

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1 minute ago, Deep Snow please said:

Or a simple height issue. I'm wondering if Barmada_Casten lives in a valley between two of the many hills in that area which can be as low as 20-30m (the valley height that is) asl, and isn't counting snow on the hill next door as an event?

Looking at previous posts, I think Ambleside is the location.

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3 minutes ago, Had Worse said:

Looking at previous posts, I think Ambleside is the location.

Well that would be rather odd. Ambleside gets about the same amount of snow as Windermere, and has had quite a few snowfalls, just like we have. Its within the snowy central lakes zone, we are just on the southern boundary and do well, when places a few miles south don't, just enough height, proximity to the fells and distance from the coast.

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