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

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9 minutes ago, northwestsnow said:

What a load of cobblers..

 

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5 minutes ago, shadowfax said:

Snow is much heavier now!

bugger off

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met office had me down for snow at this time. its sleeting (i think) why have i got a feeling it will be too wet for anything to stick if and when it does turn.

 

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NW Radar has more of a wintry mix E Lancashire.

(edit:) Showing the Pennine rain shadow at full effect.

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Formby Merseyside 4.4 Degrees and raining, not expecting any snow here today, possibly Thursday might produce a shower of two.

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13 minutes ago, shadowfax said:

Snow is much heavier now!

Yes the altitude makes all the difference today.

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Sleet in Macclesfield now, quickly turning to light snow.

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2 minutes ago, snow fest said:

Formby Merseyside 4.4 Degrees and raining, not expecting any snow here today, possibly Thursday might produce a shower of two.

 Disagree. I think you’ll be surprised tonight. 

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1 minute ago, Chris.R said:

 Disagree. I think you’ll be surprised tonight. 

I hope you right! 🙂

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Wheres Pip with my Chorley updates? 

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2 minutes ago, Spah1 said:

Wheres Pip with my Chorley updates? 

Nothing special here. Just rain.

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3 minutes ago, Spah1 said:

Wheres Pip with my Chorley updates? 

Probably taken sleeping tablets so that he wakes up when the snow showers come tonight.

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1 minute ago, Had Worse said:

Probably taken sleeping tablets so that he wakes up when the snow showers come tonight.

No. We still might see surprises today. Convective cooling can make all the difference. Just need some heavier bursts then Bingo.

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Is it me or is that precip tracking much for west to east than the north west to south east initially forecast?

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Drizzle here, nothing wintry about it

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Don't expect anything until later on for lower levels as Chris was saying, heavy snow will stick as ground cools later

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41 minutes ago, northwestsnow said:

Well call me cynical but today will be a sleety mess followed by watching showers to my north and south overnight....

Yes im serious and yes i hope im super wrong.

 

You’re wrong, it’s snowing in Littleborough at the warmest the uppers will be.

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Well another let down for me too wet now for anything to stick even if it fell

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4 minutes ago, Ramp said:

You’re wrong, it’s snowing in Littleborough at the warmest the uppers will be.

oh cool, is it sticking. im at the lowest part in rochdale right now

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4 minutes ago, Ramp said:

You’re wrong, it’s snowing in Littleborough at the warmest the uppers will be.

That's good news, was it expected at this time?

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Just now, itsnowjoke said:

Well another let down for me too wet now for anything to stick even if it fell

Not necessarily, depends on how heavy + evaporative cooling.

 

Seen sodden surfaces freeze over and give way to layers of snow before, it can happen.

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