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


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Just checked MET office radar and although we have only been in the lighter ppn so far we have a decent covering and blizzard conditions.

Glancing south the really heavy stuff looks poised to head north, although it looks to disintegrate as it moves north the front should help to actually bring it inland as the evening/night progresses.

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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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Just now, Willsy said:

I just saw that maybe it’s the power lines shorting out with all this freezing rain

Exactly what I'm thinking nothing on lightening detector. 

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A day of pretty much constant light to moderate snow in gusty winds here in South Glos.. In the last hour the winds have picked up even more and the snowfall become heavier. 

I would imagine many roads in the area impassable in the morning.  And then tomorrow it looks like we may get to do it all again! A truly memorable event unfolding.

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I could name you dozen of instances of lightning that never made it on the radar. The flash looked far too bright to be from anything else.

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Just now, John88B said:

A day of pretty much constant light to moderate snow in gusty winds here in South Glos.. In the last hour the winds have picked up even more and the snowfall become heavier. 

I would imagine many roads in the area impassable in the morning.  And then tomorrow it looks like we may get to do it all again! A truly memorable event unfolding.

True I'm unsure whether tomorrow's event is likely to be as significant as today's but what I can be sure is that any snow that does fall is likely to be of the wetter variety.

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11 minutes ago, Bristle boy said:

The falling snow is really swirling around in all directions. I really should venture out but 'er indoors thinks i'm a bit over the top when it snows like this:D

I've literally just come in from doing a 3 minute video. Absolutely epic! 

I will try to post shortly. The wind with that snow is insane! Wow! 

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3 minutes ago, SNMartyn said:

Wiltshire, Berks and Hampshire about to turn to blizzards by the looks of it. Hold on tight folks

 

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I hope so. It keeps fizzling out as it hits IOW!! Surely not the next batch too?

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3 minutes ago, Blizzardof82 said:

Going out for a walk in a bit, looking forward to sledging and picture taking tomorrow, is this normal for 46?

Normal for 44 lol :yahoo: not 46, way too old!:nonono:

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1 minute ago, island lad said:

Ok, had a great afternoon in the snow with the boys. But confused with current radar precipitation type. 

Snow or freezing rain overnight ?

Snow unlikely as 850s are above freezing. Freezing rain most likely.

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