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3 minutes ago, evans1892 said:

What we thinking?

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Really depends where you measure it as with it being a dry powdery base it is not sticking so needs to be measured on the ground really or large surface as it's almost bouncing off my handrail near to the door where it normally piles up.

The winds really picking up now so I would expect some drifting by the morning as the centre of the low passes through. Fingers crossed we have a good ole dumping for the rest of the night

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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...  

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1 minute ago, geordiekev said:

Really depends where you measure it as with it being a dry powdery base it is not sticking so needs to be measured on the ground really or large surface as it's almost bouncing off my handrail near to the door where it normally piles up.

The winds really picking up now so I would expect some drifting by the morning as the centre of the low passes through. Fingers crossed we have a good ole dumping for the rest of the night

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I'd say we have about 3cm on the ground. It's stuck to the lamp post and fences all the way up and that's something I've not seen in a while maybe since 2013?

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6 minutes ago, Continental Climate said:

Tiny flakes in Stockton but quite intense maybe this signifies it is getting colder. 

Yes we're pretty much now reliant on convective snow pepping up, rather than the wetter/warmer frontal snow, so I would expect it to turn powdery again through the night but a good base to start with.

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11 minutes ago, Freezing-Point said:

The temperature must have got up above 0 after the main snow hit here.  There seems less depth now then at 2am, despite more snow falling. There is just under 3" of wet snow.  Should have been 4.

The whole thing is a damp squib.

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Just now, North East Blizzard said:

We've had a good few inches and plenty more to come, wet snow it ain't. No sign of melt what so ever here

Snow has slid down the cars and there are a few splashes of water in my window.  Temp now falling back -0.3c

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4” here at crook on top of car and local estate road.  Was 2-3” and some wet tracks on the road between hunwick and brancepeth but into Durham and they seem wet.  Bit slushy too.

 

if this is the warm up, then rest of week wil k h fun for those commuting.

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