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1 minute ago, seabreeze86 said:

Surely this can't miss us

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Not sure exactly where you are.  Do you have postcode zoom so you can see you location marked with a small red dot?

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2 minutes ago, seabreeze86 said:

I know it's crazy this is the precipitation for the last 12 hours says all really

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Yup, that just about sums it up 😂. What's made even worse, is that these showers then intensify when they pass over. 

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We've probably had more than a LOT of the south regions.   Goes to show, you dont need huge fancy weather patterns to deliver the goods!

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2 minutes ago, Freezing-Point said:

Not sure exactly where you are.  Do you have postcode zoom so you can see you location marked with a small red dot?

There I am 

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4 minutes ago, Chris. said:

We've probably had more than a LOT of the south regions.   Goes to show, you dont need huge fancy weather patterns to deliver the goods!

I always prefer convective snow showers like this,  as it usually dumps a moderate amount each time.  You also have the added risk of thunder and lightning which comes as a bonus.

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4 minutes ago, seabreeze86 said:

There I am 

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Not a direct hit then.  You should get a covering from it.  Whats the temp there?  Its -1.2 here

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1 minute ago, P-M said:

I always prefer convective snow showers like this,  as it usually dumps a moderate amount each time.  You also have the added risk of thunder and lightning which comes as a bonus.

Could not agree more and thats where my misunderstood 2010 comment came from.  This is just a mini version

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Just now, Freezing-Point said:

Could not agree more and thats where my misunderstood 2010 comment came from.  This is just a mini version

I know and if the model runs are anything to go by we might be waiting a while. 

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Getting on for 2 hours now since the last snow shower the latest through teesside have passed to our south

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"Thundersnow" nowt better.!!

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Light rain here, temp 2.4c Dew point 0.3, need heavy precipitation for snow,  not Redcars day so far

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This really is such a slow moving set up so cant see too much change in direction of showers from what we've seen over last few hours

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Boooooommm..!! I love the the North Sea snow machine.. more Thundersnow..!

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14 minutes ago, Summer Sun said:

Getting on for 2 hours now since the last snow shower the latest through teesside have passed to our south

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Next one incoming

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Seems to be clearing up in the north sea after this main cluster moves inland.

 

Apart from the northumberland streamer.

Thoughts??

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2 minutes ago, doctor32 said:

Seems to be clearing up in the north sea after this main cluster moves inland.

 

Apart from the northumberland streamer.

Thoughts??

It does this but by the time the main showers now are pushing inland more will be showing on the radar again.

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21 minutes ago, Freezing-Point said:

Could not agree more and thats where my misunderstood 2010 comment came from.  This is just a mini version

I think the misunderstanding was even mentioning 2010 in the first place. It's just basically like any year we get snow showers from the north sea. 

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9 minutes ago, doctor32 said:

Seems to be clearing up in the north sea after this main cluster moves inland.

 

Apart from the northumberland streamer.

Thoughts??

Only the radar will tell us while we still have air flow off the N.Sea.   I thought it was dead at 5PM then showers just materialised from nowhere.   It could happen again......

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Moderate / Heavy snow 7/10

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