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Met Office video forecast has just been updated and still looks great for a lot of the region. Fingers crossed for you all.

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Coming down and covering nicely here in Ashton. 

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Just now, BlackburnChris said:

How come we can like everybody else's posts apart from your's? The option doesn't come up on your posts 

Long story - not allowed to use reactions/sticky notes/messages, side effect no-one can react to my posts.

Also that shower is anaprop.

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8 minutes ago, Winter Hill said:

Onshore wind ?

Probably contributing but then Crosby and Blackpool which are right on the Irish sea coast are cooler at 4 and 3. I don't know how this location does it. I expect nothing and it still manages to disappoint.

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Hope everyone enjoying their deep snow   back in on Thurs t time😎  shure it will be epic with talk of 2cm maybe more 😂

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 2.8°C here dropping slowly. 

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2 minutes ago, Snowy L said:

Probably contributing but then Crosby and Brighton which are right on the Irish sea coast are cooler at 4 and 3. I don't know how this location does it. I expect nothing and it still manages to disappoint.

 Where are you exactly? City centre? 

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2 minutes ago, Deep Snow please said:

Long story - not allowed to use reactions/sticky notes/messages, side effect no-one can react to my posts.

Also that shower is anaprop.

Shame, I would have LOL'd at that ha

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33 minutes ago, captaincroc said:

I don't think so sadly. The Euro4 looks north Cheshire and Manchester.  Obviously I'm hoping the MetO is correct but am preparing for no showers tonight. 

Yes further South looks drier through the night and early hours but the showers will likely move further South through the morning before slowly dying out.

Trouble is showers are hit and miss by their very nature, even if we are in the firing line, but hopefully you will get at least a dusting in the morning from one penetrating far enough SE.

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33 minutes ago, Selliso said:

I'm interested in this feature that has developed just off the Hebrides... looks like shower activity is beginning to show some signs of rotation. I haven't noticed this on the models previously... (may have just missed it) Will be watching its development and trajectory over the next hour or so.

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It was on a model yesterday looks like a polar low to me

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1 minute ago, Chris.R said:

 Where are you exactly? City centre? 

In the south, closer to the airport which is what I am using for observations.

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5 minutes ago, Winter Hill said:

Definitely south of the Region on Thursday 

 

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Just watched the latest Met Office video forecast and the low looked a tad further North by Thurs eve.

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2 minutes ago, Snowy L said:

In the south, closer to the airport which is what I am using for observations.

 Oh right well sometimes airports can be slightly warmer than the surroundings. 2.8°C here on the coast. Keep the faith, still think it’s looking good. 

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The first Irish sea sourced shower has hit.

Plenty of white stuff covering everything 

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2 minutes ago, Day 10 said:

Just watched the latest Met Office video forecast and the low looked a tad further North by Thurs eve.

Yes. The band was definitely further north than the earlier broadcast 

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3 minutes ago, Day 10 said:

Just watched the latest Met Office video forecast and the low looked a tad further North by Thurs eve.

Another 50 miles north please 

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10 minutes ago, Winter Hill said:

Definitely south of the Region on Thursday 

 

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Tonight’s ECM shows the front struggling to reach the far south midlands. I’d be looking at that chart and ploughing an entire council truck worth of salt all over it. 

That front won’t make it further north than Birmingham.

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What have i done to deserve this? Nowt falling from the sky even though radar says ppn overhead and rapidly weakening on radar😫

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4 minutes ago, PolarWarsaw said:

Tonight’s ECM shows the front struggling to reach the far south midlands. I’d be looking at that chart and ploughing an entire council truck worth of salt all over it. 

That front won’t make it further north than Birmingham.

I have that feeling too. Fingers crossed though.

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