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1 minute ago, rh205 said:

I'm trying to upload some photos but keep getting the following error: 'There was a problem processing the uploaded file. -200'. The images are below the 7MB limit.  Anyone know why?

Has this problem with iPhone - someone kindly suggested screen shot the photo and upload that if quality not too bad, if you’re using phone or tablet. Worked for me 

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Sod the snow, Tom Baker is trying to steal your car. 

I want to see this in the morning.  

Good afternoon all ,with the passing of my beautifull wife last Autumn things have been rather busy at home but now starting to quieten down ,so today i,v been for a great walk up local woods .with th

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10 minutes ago, fromey said:

Just been over to the rugby club, it brutal out there! The drifts up here are roughly ankle deep.

its like icing sugar

4 minutes ago, ThundersnowDays said:

I think we're going to get hours of snow

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2 minutes ago, rh205 said:

I'm trying to upload some photos but keep getting the following error: 'There was a problem processing the uploaded file. -200'. The images are below the 7MB limit.  Anyone know why?

Picture resolution issue  possibly I had the same earlier so I just reduced the resolution, took another pic and it uploaded fine even though the first pic was also under the 7mb limit. 

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It's still moderate dandruff here in Wembury.  It is definitely still accumulating faster that it can sublimate.  The hill is very difficult for 2WD and as I watch on the webcam, I think we have our first strandee! . . . . Yep - he has bailed out.

The sheltered spots have an extra 2cm or so from the last 90 minutes, although it is difficult to be sure that hasn't been enhanced by drifting. 

wx forecast -  Increasing clouds and cooler.  Precipitation possible within 6 hours  Windy with possible wind shift to the W, NW, or N. 
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Temperature    : -3.3°C (Feels like -10.1°C)
Dewpoint       : -4.0°C
Humidity       : 95%
Pressure       : 986.2mb and Falling Rapidly over 3 hours
Today's Rain   : 0.00in
Current Rain   : 0.00in/hr
Solar Radiation: 25W/m² (UV index : 0.0)

10 Minute Average / Gust Wind Speed  * Direction
15.0mph / 28.0mph * Dir=E
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Daily values
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Temp between -4.8(°C) at  5:26 and -3.3(°C) at 16:29
Pressure between 986.2mb at 16:29 and 1002.9mb at  0:00

Highest wind - 33.0 (mph)  at 16:15
Heaviest Rain - 0.00in/hr at ----
Strongest Sunshine (UV) - 178W/m² at 12:18 (UV Index 0.6 at 12:17)

 

 

 

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33 minutes ago, Blizzardof82 said:

Bristol people saying only light? I must have my own micro climate here, I would say moderate.

 

Agreed.

Sat in the Beaufort and sunk a couple of Stowfords. Driving snow outside across the Village Green. Within next hour it will turn into a blizzard i reck.:D:cold:

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36 minutes ago, kent said:

Are you gonna blame this on Brexit Frogesqe lol.

No, popped in to see how you guys were doing. Lot of years ago mum and dad retired to St. Austell so have a bit of an interest. Thought I mention the high tide dangers but a bit banter and winding up is all good.

We've just had an intense shower, wild, horizontal and almost whiteout conditions. But we are tough, we can take it:friends:

 

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Just now, Barmada_Casten said:

Pathetic light snow with minimal accumulations in barnstaple north Devon. No heavy snow expected either.

Don't be so sure, that big area of orange/red in the channel has your name on it!

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Hard to say how much snow has fallen in Exeter, as it's drifted a fair bit (outside my door...), but it's something close to 10cm on the grass and pavements now I reckon! The worst/best of the snow hasn't even arrived yet, but here's the view from my kitchen about 20 minutes ago.

 

 

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Just now, karlos1983 said:

This is insane!!! Almost Blizzard conditions here, I’m in a bit of a sweet spot at the moment by the looks of it along with @Mapantz 

We all hope you'll both be very happy together.

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The next band of heavier snow for the West Country currently stretches from Southampton to Plymouth.

The very heavy PPN over the Channel Islands is expected to move through North Devon, South West Somerset into SE Wales.  This is what I think the Meto red warning is primarily for.

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4 minutes ago, Smartie said:

Picture resolution issue  possibly I had the same earlier so I just reduced the resolution, took another pic and it uploaded fine even though the first pic was also under the 7mb limit. 

Thanks Smartie that seems to have sorted it. Here's the snow in Gosport. Temp: -2.3C Wind: 5.0mph DP: -3.6C Windchill: -6.0C.

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34 minutes ago, Jemma Croton said:

Can anyone in Brixham area confirm if that funnel/tornado is legit?

Also, managed to sweet talk more precise locations of potential freeIng rain from Aidan “I’d do him” McGivern

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Spotted by “John Thomas” love it?? if it’s not a wind up, what were his parents thinking when they named him!!!’

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Just now, AWD said:

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The next band of heavier snow for the West Country currently stretches from Southampton to Plymouth.

The very heavy PPN over the Channel Islands is expected to move through North Devon, South West Somerset into SE Wales.  This is what I think the Meto red warning is primarily for.

Do you think isle of Wight will get some of it AWD ?

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3 minutes ago, Ben Sainsbury said:

Don't be so sure, that big area of orange/red in the channel has your name on it!

I hope so mate but we're just not getting any of the precipitation in this part of north Devon. The stuff seems have disintergrated as it gets here. 8 cm in Exeter Devon for instance. 

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6 minutes ago, frogesque said:

No, popped in to see how you guys were doing. Lot of years ago mum and dad retired to St. Austell so have a bit of an interest. Thought I mention the high tide dangers but a bit banter and winding up is all good.

We've just had an intense shower, wild, horizontal and almost whiteout conditions. But we are tough, we can take it:friends:

 

Cheers and stay safe. When this is all over will be back in the UK thread to give you some grief lol.

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Just got back from a walk and walking along the pavement parts are bare then next to them there a patch of deep snow.

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