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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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Things will only get better as we hit the early hours of the morning with some form of trough feature bringing some heavy prolonged showers to the region... this happens around the time the amber warning kicks in

 

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It seems to me that the N Sea isn't nearly as full as I thought it would be or as it has been in the past. What is happening is that the showers are intensifying over land... though often after passing the coastal strip.

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1 minute ago, doctor32 said:

Things will only get better as we hit the early hours of the morning with some form of trough feature bringing some heavy prolonged showers to the region... this happens around the time the amber warning kicks in

 

Here's hoping.

Sorry for the downer, guys.. I know that's how I am, but today has been particularly crap in real life terms.

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8 minutes ago, Freezing-Point said:

Look at how the showers are developing from about 10 miles inland.  In the pics you see time snaps from the radar.  Red dot is me that completely missed the shower, but look at how it suddenly appeared and then intensified

 

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Right over us now. Whiteout, take care out there I think were going to need a biger shovel:cold::cold-emoji::yahoo:

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A lull. But the Meto seem very confident that plenty more is in the way. Roads around Newcastle are really quite treacherous, particularly the side streets. Sky is orange so would seem as though it’s only a matter of time before more snow and/or hail fall. 

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This is getting insane. The mix of grains then flakes grains and flakes is just piling up the snow levels. Gonna be a crazy night I think on top of the 15 cm up till this afternoon ? ❄

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The North Sea looks lit up like an Xmas tree on the radar.  I know there are gaps now in the showers but remember once the true cold passes over it will intensify and create disturbances in the flow as well.  All to play for I can't wait to see how this pans out!

 

This region does very well out of these set ups and usually a large part of the it too!

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Just now, CPK East Durham Coast said:

It’s been 17 years since I’ve seen the sky over the sea lit like it is tonight. Going to be a busy night I think 

What about 2010?

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8 minutes ago, Freezing-Point said:

Just spoke to my Dad who is near Morpeth.  Says its barely stopped there since 5pm.  Couple of Inches down.  Radar confirms that

I work there and it was already pretty deep this morning!

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Just now, Freezing-Point said:

I can see 3 troughs due in the next 24hrs that look like hitting us.  The first should be hitting this evening and the other 2 tomorrow.....  Could bring periods of prolonged heavy snow with blizzard conditionsimage.thumb.png.e8e86c53ca8c2a4b71f9cd8c216d13c0.pngimage.thumb.png.55afe97cfe7645b77ee2000f2f19ee18.png

Which areas of the region would they be hitting?

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Just now, Freezing-Point said:

I can see 3 troughs due in the next 24hrs that look like hitting us.  The first should be hitting this evening and the other 2 tomorrow.....  Could bring periods of prolonged heavy snow with blizzard conditionsimage.thumb.png.e8e86c53ca8c2a4b71f9cd8c216d13c0.pngimage.thumb.png.55afe97cfe7645b77ee2000f2f19ee18.png

 

So going by that FP should the first trough already be here?

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1 minute ago, Chris. said:

Parden my amateurness,  what are you looking at for a trough feature on those fax charts?  I guess its a dip in the isobars, but cant see any?

The black squiggly line that looks like someone has drawn it on 1st fax it's just off the east coast from our region.  2nd fax there's 2  which are shown left to right off the coast.  

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11 minutes ago, Freezing-Point said:

Just spoke to my Dad who is near Morpeth.  Says its barely stopped there since 5pm.  Couple of Inches down.  Radar confirms that

That must've cheered you up, no end!

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