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1 minute ago, Man With Beard said:

Do you feel this month has wiped out the pain of your big misses of the past 10 years??

Oh, without a doubt! Feb 28th/March 1st saw more snow here than 2009 and 2010 combined. From both these events, circa 25cm in total. That's rare in itself, and yet it happened in March. :O

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2 minutes ago, Man With Beard said:

I think the more intense stuff is moving in just in time for Dorset!!

Do you feel this month has wiped out the pain of your big misses of the past 10 years??

For me yes!!! (Tonight depending of course lol)

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11 minutes ago, chris55 said:

The brighter echoes look to be headed our way :) surprised me when I looked at the radar I thought the snow was done with us for the day.  Ice surprise

Yeah it's looking quite good developing quickly. Have a sparkling dusting now which has covered the patio and street so looking good! 

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Snowing in Poole. Not overly heavy and only dusting the pavement. Road is wet.

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2 minutes ago, chris55 said:

You guys in Cheltenham yea?

I'm only 100meters, but in these non marginal set-ups elevation doesn't make that much difference.

radar is suggesting something heavier is on the way so perhaps an hour or so of more significant snowfall

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I believe I'm 65 Meters. Not far off each other. Difference is, Cleeve Hill is my snow shield. 

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This is canford cliffs poole so far.

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Light snow falling here.

Heavier ppn to my south just missing but im hoping to get in on the action later :)

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Not even any snizzle falling here. Seem to be in a gap looking at radar.

Cotswolds could zap my snow this eve

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5 minutes ago, ajpoolshark said:

just 2 more for the full house folks, come on, don't let me down, you can do it!

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Going by the radar and taking into account the amount of lying snow in Devon, surprised parts of Devon did. Did not get a red warning, perhaps thats what Ian was referring to, perhaps the models have underperformed..

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1 minute ago, Rapodo said:

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This is canford cliffs poole so far.

Yeah settling on all surfaces without a problem. Sizzling heat must be warming the Tarmac up lol 

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Just now, Bristle boy said:

Not even any snizzle falling here. Seem to be in a gap looking at radar.

Yes northern half of somerset and bristol abit light and patchy but that should change later i think.

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7 minutes ago, chris55 said:

You guys in Cheltenham yea?

I'm only 100meters, but in these non marginal set-ups elevation doesn't make that much difference.

radar is suggesting something heavier is on the way so perhaps an hour or so of more significant snowfall

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Hope we get a right dumping from the brighter echoes :D

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4 minutes ago, ajpoolshark said:

just 2 more for the full house folks, come on, don't let me down, you can do it!

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I RED WARNING was on the cards for a good DUMPING !! 😜

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Semi-pitching on the road here, not in the middle bit where cars go up and down. Concrete is getting a good seeing too, though. :)

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3 minutes ago, EllyTech said:

I believe I'm 65 Meters. Not far off each other. Difference is, Cleeve Hill is my snow shield. 

Oh lol, not meteres, feet!!! And its 86.:pardon:

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Roads white around here...which is actually a better covering than the roads had  this morning....its great when you get these little features that pop up at short notice....snow fix meter...full to overflowing....:cold::good:...brilliant.

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We're in the snizzle zone here. Not a complete stop after the main band. I wonder if it is still developing. If it is, a big night ahead for areas further west.

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2 minutes ago, Nights King said:

Yes northern half of somerset and bristol abit light and patchy but that should change later i think.

Really? I’m losing confidence.

just seen our friends near you have posted on Facebook that their road is closed.. they live on the Rocky Mountain/Masbury Road 

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Heavy snow and big flakes in the Cotswolds atm just been walking in it starting to really come down again and there's some decent radar developments continuing to back build 

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Very light stuff visible in streetlights here in Moordown; nothing settling on roads/pavements that I can see - they're just wet.

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9 minutes ago, chris55 said:

You guys in Cheltenham yea?

I'm only 100meters, but in these non marginal set-ups elevation doesn't make that much difference.

radar is suggesting something heavier is on the way so perhaps an hour or so of more significant snowfall

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Abbeymead - small flakes blowing in the wind, instant cover though after the road melt earlier.

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i have a feeling the heavy stuff in the midlands with move south-east to the bristol area

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