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South West and Central Southern England Regional Weather Discussion 22/02/2018 Onwards

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27 minutes ago, Kreftysoton said:

Massive downgrade across all sites for southampton snow now guess the models are pushing it west. This week has been very very disappointing....

Hi returning member here still a newbie though! Are referring to today or Thursday with this post?

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Not sure if it's been posted already, but we've gone up a box in the warning impact matrix. That summary as well :shok::shok:

 

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2 minutes ago, Dormouse said:

How do I attach video?   I’m using iPad.

Select reply to topic (as you did to post this) then select ‘click to choose file’ and you can select from your photo library -

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3 minutes ago, MidnightSnow said:

Not sure if it's been posted already, but we've gone up a box in the warning impact matrix. That summary as well :shok::shok:

 

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Ooh they’ve given ballpark figures as well now too!! 50cm for the Moors :shok:

Edited by dec10snow

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33 minutes ago, Bring Back1962-63 said:

Very brief update: I may have been too conservative just now: My earlier predictions (from the last 2 days may have been right after all). Just look at the streamer lengthening again and strengthening during the last hour. The convective activity is still there and adding to it from the east-south-east. Loads of smaller shower echos showing east and south of the coasts up to Brighton. Today's snow may be more widespread after all as it all edges northwards. Just 4 quick charts:

                            0800                                                              Live                                                                 0620                                                        0920

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I've got to do some work now but keep an eye on that radar - looking very interesting again.  David

 

 

Yep. Getting real in Wembury now.  Although the sky is lifting again as I type, there looks like there is plenty to come.

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2 minutes ago, MidnightSnow said:

Not sure if it's been posted already, but we've gone up a box in the warning impact matrix. That summary as well :shok::shok:

 

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Next step is Red Warning then...

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29 minutes ago, Jemma Croton said:

Swindon tomorrow. I am EXCITED!!

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Swindon looks a degree or so colder throughout than Reading. Any idea why?

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20 minutes ago, Chul said:

:nonono:are you saying we will get nothing.....surely not.....please say that’s not true :angry:

It still looks fine. If in doubt, stick to what the Met Office are saying and join us tomorrow for Radar watch.

It's all part of the fun. :)

 

Min of -6.6C at 3:21 am last night, before picking up to -5.0C at 7am. Decent.

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2 minutes ago, karlos1983 said:

Next step is Red Warning then...

If it went red I wonder which areas would be under it. Presumably the moors they've  mentioned would but would the rest of us?

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5 minutes ago, karlos1983 said:

Next step is Red Warning then...

Would love a 50 mile eastward move on the low looking at the gfs. At the mo we are on the line of the heavy/ lighter stuff. The moors in the sw look awesome!!

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10cm - 20cm..........

BAAAAAANNNNNNNNNKKKKKKK!!!!!!!!

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Thursday and Friday very disappointing now for Soton.. been in no mans land for showers aswell. Just cold and sunny very very poor. If we cant get snow with this set up may aswell say game ovee

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2 minutes ago, That ECM said:

Would love a 50 mile eastward move on the low looking at the gfs. At the mo we are on the line of the heavy/ lighter stuff. The moors in the sw look awesome!!

Would be nice for us eastern parts of the region. Still time especially seeing the big shift on the GFS last night. 

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26 minutes ago, Tonyinhampshire said:

The band of rain looks lighter compared to yesteday. Heavy over west country. It might change..

Rain?

Wash your mouth out:rofl:

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Wind getting up a bit now with a significant windchill. 

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59 minutes ago, Jayfromcardiff said:

Derek brockways Twitter.

Who is he? 

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8 minutes ago, Marcus_surfer said:

Anyone for a trip up to Dartmoor Thursday?

No choice for me - have to walk a mile and a half up the hill to hay the sheep and dig them out of their huts if it is really drifting! That will serve me right for my wishing this on!

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4 minutes ago, Kreftysoton said:

Thursday and Friday very disappointing now for Soton.. been in no mans land for showers aswell. Just cold and sunny very very poor. If we cant get snow with this set up may aswell say game ovee

You’re quashing my mojo!!! Anything is better than nothing and I can’t see us getting nothing.......anyone agree, please agree lol :good:

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That wind chill is a killer, im an outside worker so am a bit tough however this is starting to beat me, not good for a lot of folk.......

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Just now, matt111 said:

If it went red I wonder which areas would be under it. Presumably the moors they've  mentioned would but would the rest of us?

My guess would be N Somerset South Wales area if one comes

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Broadmayne Blizzard where are you? Not seen you on here recently. This set up atm is almost identical to the blizzard 18/19 Feb 78 bud.........

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