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3 minutes ago, Day 10 said:

Irish Sea slowly coming to life.

Not really. 

Need much bigger and prolonged efforts

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image.thumb.png.f7d9bff86afe714e390c2f9f28d29029.png If you run the radar, there's a nice circulation where the purple circle is.

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1 minute ago, Had Worse said:

image.thumb.png.f7d9bff86afe714e390c2f9f28d29029.png If you run the radar, there's a nice circulation where the purple circle is.

That will fizzle out before it reaches here. Those clumps of showers south of it probably gonna reach here.

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Just now, Had Worse said:

image.thumb.png.f7d9bff86afe714e390c2f9f28d29029.png If you run the radar, there's a nice circulation where the purple circle is.

Yeah it was picked up by the models the other say, fizzles out over Scotland. 

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4 minutes ago, Day 10 said:

Hahaha sod off!

Come on town, from an un-snowy Huddersfield ?

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1 minute ago, ChezWeather said:

I love how even after the main front has passed, Buxton still manages to get a heavy snow shower 

 

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They should have their own bloody thread discussing when is it ever going to rain!

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3 minutes ago, ChezWeather said:

I love how even after the main front has passed, Buxton still manages to get a heavy snow shower 

 

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I do find it fascinating how Buxton gets snow. I know it has a high altitude but there is a part of east Cheshire running across to Buxton and it rarely fails to get snow if there is any about. I am in a favoured location looking out on an inch of snow but I’m tempted to move over the hill to Buxton anyway! 

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@Chris.R what are the parameters by the coast now mate?

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showers only really get going at 3am according to Euro 4

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31 minutes ago, SnowThunder said:

Waiting 9 years for another proper winter generally makes one sulky

I’d consider moving then.

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When is it supposed to be cold enough for snow, still 4c here according to the car 

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22 minutes ago, northwestsnow said:

Hmmmmm,

Looks like its euro 4 against the world with this overnight streamer .

Ar you seriously writing off an overnight streamer at 7pm?

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1 minute ago, johnwirral said:

When is it supposed to be cold enough for snow, still 4c here according to the car 

Next December 

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3 minutes ago, Ramp said:

Ar you seriously writing off an overnight streamer at 7pm?

Yes

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I don’t believe that is going to fizzle out through Scotland 

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3 minutes ago, Ramp said:

Ar you seriously writing off an overnight streamer at 7pm?

where did i say that?

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5 minutes ago, Wardlegacy said:

I do find it fascinating how Buxton gets snow. I know it has a high altitude but there is a part of east Cheshire running across to Buxton and it rarely fails to get snow if there is any about. I am in a favoured location looking out on an inch of snow but I’m tempted to move over the hill to Buxton anyway! 

It must be a great place to live.  Guaranteed regular dumpings of snow every winter. Reasonable summer weather I assume. Plenty of shops/amenities and even a Wetherspoons. What's not to like!?

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Love the way all showers are pink indicating snow but as soon as they near Merseyside they turn the dreaded blue colour. ?

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Reference Thursday its worth noting that the pivot point is where you will see the most snow

Reference overnight snow Showers Early hours of the morning if in fact they happen at all

C.S

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4 minutes ago, Spah1 said:

Next December 

That’s more accurate than the GFS

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Going off for a bit doing my head in all this 

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1 minute ago, Dexter said:

It must be a great place to live.  Guaranteed regular dumpings of snow every winter. Reasonable summer weather I assume. Plenty of shops/amenities and even a Wetherspoons. What's not to like!?

Yes my only issue is I’m a gardener specialising in wildlife garden design and I need to have enough to work to survive else I’d be there! 

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3 minutes ago, Ramp said:

I don’t believe that is going to fizzle out through Scotland 

It is

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3 minutes ago, Ramp said:

I don’t believe that is going to fizzle out through Scotland 

It will do, polar lows weaken as they hit land.

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