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UK Outlook for Thursday 14 Feb 2019 to Thursday 28 Feb 2019:

Generally cold conditions are often likely to dominate the weather through mid to late February, however confidence is low. The weather is likely to be a mixture of cold wintry, showery days and more mobile days with Atlantic fronts bringing rain across the UK, and occasional milder interludes remain possible. Towards late February there is the possibility of a colder, more easterly flow developing, though the signal for this has decreased in recent days.

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11 minutes ago, Spah1 said:

UK Outlook for Thursday 14 Feb 2019 to Thursday 28 Feb 2019:

Generally cold conditions are often likely to dominate the weather through mid to late February, however confidence is low. The weather is likely to be a mixture of cold wintry, showery days and more mobile days with Atlantic fronts bringing rain across the UK, and occasional milder interludes remain possible. Towards late February there is the possibility of a colder, more easterly flow developing, though the signal for this has decreased in recent days.

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What about the first 14 days of Feb? Probably more important 

Rain and hill snow will clear later on Monday, however further rain, sleet and snow will possibly arrive from the west on Tuesday. It will stay mostly cold, with frost and ice likely overnight. Thereafter, it is likely to stay changeable, with further spells of rain, sleet and snow interspersed by sunshine and showers. The wind will be brisk at times, with gales around exposed coasts and over higher ground. After a cold start to February, temperatures may temporarily return closer to normal, although further colder interludes are still possible. Overnight frosts are still likely to be widespread and towards the end of this period there is a greater chance of it becoming even colder.

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1 minute ago, frosty ground said:

What about the first 14 days of Feb? Probably more important 

Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

UK Outlook for Monday 4 Feb 2019 to Wednesday 13 Feb 2019:

Rain and hill snow will clear later on Monday, however further rain, sleet and snow will possibly arrive from the west on Tuesday. It will stay mostly cold, with frost and ice likely overnight. Thereafter, it is likely to stay changeable, with further spells of rain, sleet and snow interspersed by sunshine and showers. The wind will be brisk at times, with gales around exposed coasts and over higher ground. After a cold start to February, temperatures may temporarily return closer to normal, although further colder interludes are still possible. Overnight frosts are still likely to be widespread and towards the end of this period there is a greater chance of it becoming even colder.

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Rapid thaw in progress...

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Can somebody post the Met Office forecast as I'm not sure it's been posted. 😆

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16 minutes ago, Weather-history said:

Timelapse of last night

 

Boss that! I assume your on a flight path? Unless my eyes are deceiving me ... also who was in the garden at 7am and who was in your neighbours before that? 😂

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Mad how quickly this is thawing, sun way too strong. We need long blizzards/persistent snow/grey skies to keep snow these days. Hopefully some shower activity to get going tonight. 🙂 

3 minutes ago, Makemeasnowman said:

Boss that! I assume your on a flight path? Unless my eyes are deceiving me ... also who was in the garden at 7am and who was in your neighbours before that? 😂

Had to check that several times to check it wasn't someone sleeping in @Weather-history's shed. 😄 

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6 minutes ago, Backtrack said:

Heavy snow 

Local lunch time forecast said there could be a few heavy snow showers through the cheshire gap this afternoon

C.S

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thaw occuring, still snow on trees which is nice, grey skies about too but going to be lethal come morning!

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Just now, cheshire snow said:

Local lunch time forecast said there could be a few heavy snow showers through the cheshire gap this afternoon

C.S

I hope so. Thursday will deliver I reckon 

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8 minutes ago, Makemeasnowman said:

Boss that! I assume your on a flight path? Unless my eyes are deceiving me ... also who was in the garden at 7am and who was in your neighbours before that? 😂

It was Karyo, his holiday was really in Kev's shed. 😁

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1 minute ago, Backtrack said:

I hope so. Thursday will deliver I reckon 

Not confident on that one

C.S

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2 minutes ago, Backtrack said:

I hope so. Thursday will deliver I reckon 

Thursday you will need to be about 200 miles further South.

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Just now, feb1991blizzard said:

Thursday you will need to be about 200 miles further South.

200 miles south of the british isle's with the way it keeps moving south

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Just now, chiffer said:

200 miles south of the british isle's with the way it keeps moving south

Yes, even Steve Murr is getting borderline - i hate these setups - for one they always track further and further south and even if you live in the south, they end up much more inactive fronts, and if they get far enough North, they then tend to be rain.

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9 minutes ago, feb1991blizzard said:

Yes, even Steve Murr is getting borderline - i hate these setups - for one they always track further and further south and even if you live in the south, they end up much more inactive fronts, and if they get far enough North, they then tend to be rain.

I can't remember one that started to our north and ended up over us.

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2 hours ago, Chris.R said:

  How thick is it down there? Only got a dusting up here. 

I’d say about 2inches nothing mega I’ve know it to go over the top of my wellies!

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I’ve been busy with my granddaughter 😍

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2 minutes ago, Jan said:

I’d say about 2inches nothing mega I’ve know it to go over the top of my wellies!

Omg what a difference!

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12 minutes ago, feb1991blizzard said:

Yes, even Steve Murr is getting borderline - i hate these setups - for one they always track further and further south and even if you live in the south, they end up much more inactive fronts, and if they get far enough North, they then tend to be rain.

I never get my hopes up unless there has been deep prolonged cold for a while. 1-4 degrees certainly isn’t cold weather by my standard and weather coming from the south or west never fills me full of confidence. Oh how I miss living in Berlin in winter.

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8 minutes ago, frosty ground said:

I can't remember one that started to our north and ended up over us.

I can remember plenty that started over us and ended up as rain because it moved to far NE though.

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