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MO update There is a small chance of a weather system approaching the northwest over the weekend, which could bring significant amounts of snow on meeting the cold air. However, this is still ver

A few pics of the stunning local snowfall

Off we go again with another snow chase. ?

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The radar shows the band of activity out in the Irish Sea to be on a SW NE track and missing most of the region.

hopefully this will veer more westerly but it’s currently looking good for Cumbria, providing of course it falling as snow.

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1 minute ago, Spah1 said:

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can’t wait ???

Yeah rain for us too, so even if snow does appear later tonight it won't have much effect on sticking. It rained last night too. I always go by the language used the second anyone says marginal then in reality it means rain unless you live on a hill or mountain. That logic is yet to be wrong.

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14 minutes ago, I Cumbria Marra I said:

Raining

Lol. 

 

20 minutes ago, iand61 said:

The radar shows the band of activity out in the Irish Sea to be on a SW NE track and missing most of the region.

hopefully this will veer more westerly but it’s currently looking good for Cumbria, providing of course it falling as snow.

See above! 

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Morning all

00z EURO4 - if you look carefully there is a very unfortunate little slice in the Manchester area. 

NWS’s favourite word - altitude! Still looking good for a streamer though 

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We should pray Thursday’s band moves north. 

That is 10cm 15cm event. Day off work. Sledging with the kids. Building snowmen the full works. 

I genuinely don’t think I can watch a 4th time where it just work across the midlands. 

? 

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1 hour ago, CreweCold said:

Man I miss you being in this thread...used to be in all the time back in the day ?

Haha! I’m always in here! It’s you that’s the absent one ? what you reckon for tonight old buddy old pal old friend 

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29 minutes ago, northwestsnow said:

Why is the precip moving North west??

 

If you mean north east that's because we have a complicated dual signature due to the low deepening. That line from Scotland through Ireland essentially merges with the stuff in front and pushes it all south east.

Keep your temperature and precipitation reports coming.

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