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North West Regional thread 01/09/18 Onwards......

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Just now, Chris.R said:

Really didn’t expect it to get this cold. Running about 3° below the forecast temperature. It’s almost as  if there were an off-shore wind. 

Uppers are cold, light winds. It’s -0.7C now. It won’t rain. We need the PPN now lads. 

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22 hours ago, Stratocumulus perlucidus said:

Have to say its dry here too even thoigh radar says heavy!

 

6 minutes ago, Stratocumulus perlucidus said:

Im aurw it will find a way to rain somehow 

 

4 minutes ago, Chris.R said:

Really didn’t expect it to get this cold. Running about 3° below the forecast temperature. It’s almost as  if there were an off-shore wind. 

Surface winds are now SSW. That’s why it’s falling so fast. 

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 Actually Liverpool Airport is reporting an off-shore wind lol

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come on Irish sea, make it happen were not asking for feet. 

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Just now, Backtrack said:

 

 

Surface winds are now SSW

  I’m sure that wasn’t forecast. Maybe they’re backing ahead of that next trough. 

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 Going to go outside see what happens with this precipitation in coming. 

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2 minutes ago, jam2010 said:

come on Irish sea, make it happen were not asking for feet. 

 A few fingers would do. 

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1 minute ago, Chris.R said:

 A few fingers would do. 

even one finger would satisfy most of us

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It’s now minus 1. Anything that falls will stick instantly. This could be good. Possibly correct regarding trough posted above but I don’t think that would alter the flow. It’s the upper flow which it would alter I guess. But that’s still on track. Some showers now developing. Come on

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Dam! 

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Irish Sea is pepping up I think.

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-0.2c showers building on the north of that batch so hopefully something 🤞

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Just now, pip22 said:

Irish Sea is pepping up I think.

Just about to say that, I think anywhere could get something tonight. The gap towards Manchester could fill in with showers soon.

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Is it me or are the showers now coming from a more westerly angle again?

 

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Hail 🙄 

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Those showers north of the batch is heading towards us I think. Hopefully they gonna have some good developments on the way here.

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Just now, Had Worse said:

Is it me or are the showers now coming from a more westerly angle again?

 

I was thinking that

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Hopefully some can arrive here too

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It is 0.8c here but we have a misty fog come down with snow showers.  Not seen that before!

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That showers finally hit, pretty heavy as well. Everything covered again where it had thawed slightly on path ways etc.

Edited by Deep Snow please

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It’ll be the energy injected by the trough that’ll be making them look like they’re moving W to E but they’ll just be growing in size and strength. Can’t see new trough being as effective as this morning, it’s colder now = less energy to tap into 

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