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1 minute ago, geordiekev said:

Have to say the SE thread better than any soap opera. There attacking each other cos some have snizzle and some dont, the place is in melt down. 

Thank God for regionals and happy to see that we all support each others luck and joy up here. A pleasure as ever coldies ❄⛄

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Given the decent dumpings we got last year and the fact we've generally had at least one hefty fall every year for a while (plus the fact I drag the kids up to the Pennines whenever there's a big fall), when I told my 8yo boy that his grandparents would be getting a lot of snow, he asked how much... I said, about 7cm (showing him how much that was)... Great NE kid-used-to-snow response: "well that's not much!".

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Just now, gazzac69 said:

got a light dusting here from that shower that passed over and its stuck 

 

We are right in the firing line for the next bunch.  Could put a CM down this.  15 mins

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Yes tyne and wear look good at the moment.

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Newcastle looking good on easterly for next bunch

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Sunderland to Tyneside for the next bunch of showers if they maintain.

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Winds will shift from an easterly to a ENE and eventually NE through the night, tomorrow could bring snow to any part of NE region, and I'm increasingly now thinking some will edge over the Pennines, given the strength of the wind and direction, would be a bonus to see a snow shower from the NE - but they do occur in the right conditions even this far west - draw a direct line from around Sunderland and we are only about 80 miles as the crow flies..

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I am thinking I am 8 mile too for north for these shower.  Should catch the N side of them and more especially the later ones behind the first line of attack

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Dew point and temperature still dropping here but still dry. As long as there some snow on the hills to take my daughters sledging that will do me (although enough to build a snowman in the garden would be nice)

Good luck all, of to sleep bloody work in morning 

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Allow me to recall last year (and why 7cm doesn't seem like much to my boy!). 10 brownie pts for getting the locations right:

 

 

 

 

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I have a feeling that teesiders are going to be very frustrated. How I see it we miss most of these showers tonight and tomorrow and it’s only when the winds come in from north easterlies we get a few. Could be a very frustrating day with the most northern of memebers doing very well. 

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2 minutes ago, NickR said:

Allow me to recall last year (and why 7cm doesn't seem like much to my boy!). 10 brownie pts for getting the locations right:

Catchgate?  Remember you posting those

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Freezing-Point said:

 

The buried car is on the road leading up from Cornsay Colliery towards Tow Law, about 500 yards from the pub at Cornsay Colliery. The other one is just starting on the road down to Stanhope from the Pennines just before Crawleyside.

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Light snow in Washington again now.  

 

Edit: Moderate snow 6/10  - thick and sticking everywhere.

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Just shows you - from one small shower it's deposited 1-2cm's if you get stuck under these for a while it soon mounts up.  Good luck everyone.

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Just now, Summer Sun said:

Started in darlo

Bet you're buzzing Gavin 😂  Nice to hear though.

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5 minutes ago, Summer Sun said:

Started in darlo

Are you sure lol. Nothing showing on radar. 

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Steady away here, road going under. 

The kids were asking me earlier if they will get to school in the morning. I told them that wouldn't be a problem, then added that the difficulty will be getting home again! Told them they would be stuck there all weekend lol ⛄

 

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Looking good for Teeside/Tyneside atm edit: and Northumberland

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Prefer netweather original as shows wind vectors high up.

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Edited by geordiekev

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2 minutes ago, geordiekev said:

Looking good for Teeside/Tyneside atm

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I think Teesside will miss out on the majority of showers.

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More incoming - turning out not a bad night this end.  Don't worry Teesside areas should see their fair share as the night wears on.

 

I've always much preferred showery snow that frontal.  I can't remember the last time I saw a decent snow depth off one.

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2 minutes ago, NorthEastSnow said:

I think Teesside will miss out on the majority of showers.

Think everyone in with a chance looking at showers popping up anywhere to east of region 

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Moderate snowfall again here 6/10 coming down steady.

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Just now, geordiekev said:

Think everyone in with a chance looking at showers popping up anywhere to east of region 

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I just know from experience Teesside can be in a funny place when the winds just not right. It’s fine margins make all the difference being in the dip if you like they do tend to fair better for the northern areas.

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