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Ok, I have to reply to this because it's misleading the entire thread, iv studied radars and the weather all my life, the low pressure that formed along the south side of the main low is pushing east,

Nathan "not a weatherman" Rao of the Express says "Army on Standby as heaviest SNOWFALL hits in next 24 hours" What a bellend!    

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A few spots of rain in Nottingham with the ground fairly dry. Not convinced we'll see any settled snow. Looks like it will be mostly rain with it turning to wet snow before the band dies out. Thursday/Friday looks more promising

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Still raining here in central Birmingham. Heaviest core of the band seems to be fizzling out somewhat, although could strengthen again as it's quite an active front. 

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Waste of time all this marginal rubbish, won’t settle even if it does turn to snow. If we get anything Thursday it will all be mush by Friday afternoon. Not sure about anyone else, but unless it’s a proper cold outbreak it don’t interest me these days.

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2 minutes ago, MattStoke said:

Funny how the front is getting heavier as it pushes east of me. 

Great....send it down the A52 to Nottingham and I'll pick it up with a truck load of salt!

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38 minutes ago, Andypvfc said:

Yes mate, just down past the old Caldwell. More towards Butt Lane. So I need you keep me posted as to whether I can get home later lol

It's really going for it now, could quickly cover if this carries on. Keep an eye on it mate.

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It looks like it's going according to plan here.

For some hours, we've had SWerly rain.

That's now veered round to Werly and sleet. 

If the forecast was correct it should now continue to veer round to NWerly and bring us the coveted Cheshire Gap Streamer, and THAT is what will bring us the snow.

Don't fret about the Welsh mountains. They never were relevant to today's snow chances - it's this next bit where it veers to NWerly that brings the snow down to the Midlands, and across... 

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2 minutes ago, StokeWeather said:

It's really going for it now, could quickly cover if this carries on. Keep an eye on it mate.

Roads covered in biddulph and chatterley whitfield im informed by a supplier.

Sticking in Tunstall now

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Just now, Paul Faulkner said:

Roads covered in biddulph and chatterley whitfield im informed by a supplier.

Sticking in Tunstall now

Only takes a small burst of thicker snow and it seems to be settling. A few top ups throughout the afternoon could make rush hour interesting for certain areas.

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I'm at work in Tunstall which is quite low down in Stoke, it's thick, heavy and sticking!

I'm also around 200 meter from the highways agency depot....I have not seen a single gritter!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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8 minutes ago, el tiempo said:

Starting to stick on grass & cars

I was about to say that it doesn't look heavy or persistent enough to settle, but that sounds encouraging! Normally more settles near my home in Longton than near my work near Hanley, so could be interesting walk home this evening.

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