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

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 Still only 2.5°C. Expected it to be around 5°C by now but it’s reluctant to rise. 

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06z GFS looking very interesting next week from Tuesday onward  if it manages keeps itself together.

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2 hours ago, robbo88 said:

Woke up to no snow, what fell lastnight has melted. Checked the radar and it's snowing down south again. 🤣

Country brought to its knees then?

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2 minutes ago, Frost HoIIow said:

Off we go again with another snow chase. 🙄

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Rinse and repeat cycle throughout winter. Never ends well with toys inevitably being thrown out of the pram in the mod thread!

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27 minutes ago, Dexter said:

Rinse and repeat cycle throughout winter. Never ends well with toys inevitably being thrown out of the pram in the mod thread!

...fear for some members sanity if next weeks "carrot GFS" is anything to go by.

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All eyes on next week's weather. Most models points to a cold and snowy outlook next week. :cold:

Fingers crossed.

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12 minutes ago, Iceaxecrampon said:

...fear for some members sanity if next weeks "carrot GFS" is anything to go by.

06GFS is fantastic for us in the NW snow chances all the way until the end of the run

Snow even getting down to sea level.😍😍 and colder than the last NW 

Now I have gone at jinxed it😁

C.S

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 Really liking the look of mid next week. 850s not that special between -6 and -8 most of the time but pressure is low so geo-potential heights are low and boundary layer temperatures are also conducive. DPs well down as well. Freezing level fluctuating between around 50-300 m. 

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Looking at the GEFS for next week a cold spell looks likely now upper Temperatures are around -8 until around the 04Feb then a big spread going forward as you would expect a few cheeky members bring -15HPA towards the end and a few just for balance bring in +7 HPA so next week cold yes snow more than likely how much and were yet to be resolved

C.S

Above is for Manchester.

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10 minutes ago, cheshire snow said:

Looking at the GEFS for next week a cold spell looks likely now upper Temperatures are around -8 until around the 04Feb then a big spread going forward as you would expect a few cheeky members bring -15HPA towards the end and a few just for balance bring in +7 HPA so next week cold yes snow more than likely how much and were yet to be resolved

C.S

Above is for Manchester.

And even though the runs are fluctuating somewhat the trend over last couple of days has kept the Northwest on the cold side of the jet with plenty of snow chances, starting to look good for us next week. 

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15 minutes ago, Chris.R said:

 Really liking the look of mid next week. 850s not that special between -6 and -8 most of the time but pressure is low so geo-potential heights are low and boundary layer temperatures are also conducive. DPs well down as well. Freezing level fluctuating between around 50-300 m. 

Bags of potential!!!! 

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6 minutes ago, Day 10 said:

And even though the runs are fluctuating somewhat the trend over last couple of days has kept the Northwest on the cold side of the jet with plenty of snow chances, starting to look good for us next week. 

If I was to be really picky I would prefer -10HPA just to take away those too words

Altitude and Marginal😁

C.S

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4 hours ago, Had Worse said:

Have fun.

Btw, can I use pork for that Goulash recipe? 

Goes well with anything you like 👍

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Baths leaking running onto boiler in kitchen so it’s not coming on now so no hot water or heating at the moment waiting for someone to come and look at it so ....... it’s going to be a cold one 

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That’s not good itsnowjoke hope it’s fixed soon 😬

im guessing as the gfs is showing a southerly tracking low next week the model forum will be buzzing due to southern bias in there.... 

meanwhile fog persists 3c....slow drip drip drip outside....

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8 minutes ago, northwestsnow said:

EC snow depth charts reveal det is an absolute snow fest midlands north...

 If it corrects south over the next day or 2 then the carnage moves south...

 Dont want any corrections north for sure.

This peaked my interest. What are you classing as a snowfest (depth wise?)

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 29 Jan 2019 to Thursday 7 Feb 2019:

Cold with blustery wintry showers on Tuesday, these will be most frequent across western parts, 

👍👍👍👍👍👍 for starters

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It's looking like we're going to have an extremely mixed week.

8'C by dawn, compared to -4'C or whatever it was on Wednesday morning! 

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Colder by the weekend by the looks of things with possible snow on the highest ground on Saturday before things settle down and turn cooler on Sunday. 

By then hopefully we can have a better understanding of any potential snowfalls next week, particularly Tuesday/Wednesday - as at the moment I quite frankly haven't the faintest clue on what could be in store, aside from the fact that the uppers look a little more promising than of late if any precipitation was to fall. 

We'll see what happens - one thing's for sure this mild junk tomorrow and Saturday is extremely short lived (to think that some Atlantic driven zonal Winters we have days like tomorrow from November to March? 😮 )

 

 

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32 minutes ago, johnwirral said:

Take a look there’s even snow for here, must be faulty https://weather.us/model-charts/euro/england/snow-depth-in/20190201-0600z.html

Just under a foot of snow for here. Can we bank that?

 

How accurate are these charts? (don't worry, I know they're generally useless).

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27 minutes ago, Spah1 said:

UK Outlook for Tuesday 29 Jan 2019 to Thursday 7 Feb 2019:

Cold with blustery wintry showers blizzards on Tuesday, these will be most frequent across western parts, 

👍👍👍👍👍👍 for starters

Edited for you 🤣👍

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2 minutes ago, Deep Snow please said:

Just under a foot of snow for here. Can we bank that?

 

How accurate are these charts? (don't worry, I know they're generally useless).

They are useless without a doubt - but to a lesser extent in the more wider picture it does suggest that it is picking up on signals for next week to be wet at times, and with uppers -5'C or lower I hope to see at least some snow falling, whether it sticks is another question.

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