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Went to the Pennines in the end. Should have gone to Teesdale, but there wasn't time, so settled for Weardale. Couple of shots...  

Here you go... I ventured fully out. 27991638_1593131500722016_1995411088115499008_n.mp4

Have to say the SE thread better than any soap opera. They're 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 w

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Just now, Boro Snow said:

Definitely looks a bit further north to me, that stuff in front has intensified a wee bit, right off to watch the Walking Dead ?

If it’s further North that means most of the North East is in for a biggie tomorrow morning?

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I've been tracking this area of precipitation all evening and to me it looks like making landfall somewhere  around the Blyth area and then heading sse from there.Just my uneducated opinion though!

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2 minutes ago, Jarrow Posh said:

I've been tracking this area of precipitation all evening and to me it looks like making landfall somewhere  around the Blyth area and then heading see from there.Just my uneducated opinion though!

I agree, would have guessed Whitley Bay so only a few miles between our respective predictions. 

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8 minutes ago, Freezing-Point said:

Yes that follows what you can see on the radar.  The lighter patch is getting pulled more Easterly, which means the track of the snake will change before it makes landfall, keeping it more north when makes landfall.   Reminds me of the shape of the pnn from 26th Nov 2010 when we got 8"

Expected inland locations in about 30 min

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3 minutes ago, Jarrow Posh said:

I've been tracking this area of precipitation all evening and to me it looks like making landfall somewhere  around the Blyth area and then heading see from there.Just my uneducated opinion though!

That's exactly what I'm seeing on both fronts. It did look like Teesside was in the firing line with the second front but I'm not so sure now. Seems more north now! 

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First area of snowfall just making landfall with the North East. Should be affecting a few of us within half an hour. Second, intense area of snow looks to be further North. Newcastle looks more in the firing area now. 

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13 minutes ago, Jarrow Posh said:

I've been tracking this area of precipitation all evening and to me it looks like making landfall somewhere  around the Blyth area and then heading sse from there.Just my uneducated opinion though!

Its definitely pulled further north.  I am going for Wearside to make landfall now.  However i think that the main PPN will still be further south as the low continues to develop

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1 minute ago, Boro Snow said:

Actually is the front still developing

It is still developing and it looks like a radar fault on the southern flank it just doesn't look right, cuts off to quickly.

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Looking very interesting,  this band ahead of the main low was not forecast by any model as far as I know looks like it is intensifying,  nice little surprise. The main band is still developing so very hard to tell where the must intence precipitation will end up.

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1 minute ago, seabreeze86 said:

Looking very interesting,  this band ahead of the main low was not forecast by any model as far as I know looks like it is intensifying,  nice little surprise. The main band is still developing so very hard to tell where the must intence precipitation will end up.

Nice little base for the real stuff.

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If you are lucky enough to get alignment with the intense core of the snake you are in for a real pasting here.  Some red areas starting to appear now which is greater than 10mm per hour of rain.  Not sure how much snow that would be in these conditions, but enough to cause mayhem

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2 minutes ago, Freezing-Point said:

If you are lucky enough to get alignment with the intense core of the snake you are in for a real pasting here.  Some red areas starting to appear now which is greater than 10mm per hour of rain.  Not sure how much snow that would be in these conditions, but enough to cause mayhem

10mm equals 10cm roughly.

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6 minutes ago, J-Man said:

It is still developing and it looks like a radar fault on the southern flank it just doesn't look right, cuts off to quickly.

Yeah definitely a fault just seems to dissappear 

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