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3 minutes ago, Daniel Smith said:

First signs of rotation on the last few radar grabs 

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Could keep the front stronger as it crosses the South-East later on

Agreed daniel...imo we are ripe for a pep up in the region..

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1 minute ago, Daniel Smith said:

First signs of rotation on the last few radar grabs 

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Could keep the front stronger as it crosses the South-East later on

Shows how nerdy I am I've been watching that area for the last hour. I suppose watching all those developing tropical cyclones in the past has given me an eye for spotting circulations in radar!

System is pivioting earlier than expected which as Steve said is good because it should keep the front more active. The only risk is how far north does the system get and what is the EXACT track of the low. Hopefully it can gain a little latitude. If it were, it will really pull us into a large fall of snow.

I'm still slightly concerned by ARPEGE, if only because whilst its 2hrs slow, the radar presentation matches its 4pm estimate almost perfectly. That may suggest whilst the timing is wrong, the evolution is very good...we will see!

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1 minute ago, Nqp15hhu said:

What is your point Daniel? Spell it out.

Well even a first day meteorology student would know that winds coming off a warm ocean = warmer temperatures and winds coming across cold land = colder..

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4 minutes ago, Daniel Smith said:

First signs of rotation on the last few radar grabs 

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Could keep the front stronger as it crosses the South-East later on

looks like the rotation is over Truro now

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7 minutes ago, yamkin said:

UK SEVERE COLD WEATHER LEVEL 3 AMBER ALERT ISSUED

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This is good news

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Good Afternoon. The upper level alto stratus is spilling in now with occasional convective clouds traveling NW ahead of the front. 

This is the beginning of an undercut of colder continental air. 

Temp 39oF  Dewpoint 21oF @ 2pm 

 

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circulation south of cornwall  shows on radar and winds around cornwall. won't this enhance snow in southwest and weaken precipitation on front to east. 

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11 minutes ago, CanadianCoops said:

Great piece by our very own Tom ...

 

Thank you 

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Just now, Steve Murr said:

Saw this

Always good to see

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Snow also reported in Newquay at sea level.

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2 minutes ago, Daniel Smith said:

Well even a first day meteorology student would know that winds coming off a warm ocean = warmer temperatures and winds coming across cold land = colder..

Unless there's an onshore breeze in summer....that can be so annoying - but that's day 2 in meteorology class ?

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Could scald some but west looking best (in the region).and as much as i h8 using these graphics..i will on the occasion 4 highlighted purpose.

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Is it another one of these?

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1 minute ago, CanadianCoops said:

Unless there's an onshore breeze in summer....that can be so annoying - but that's day 2 in meteorology class ?

Im on day 3 of my meteorology

class and we are learning how to use the netweather radar app ?

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Just now, Lampostwatcher said:

Im on day 3 of my meteorology

class and we are learning how to use the netweather radar app ?

Just wait til day 4 when you get to look at the fax charts lol....Oh this could go on 

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8 minutes ago, Daniel Smith said:

Well even a first day meteorology student would know that winds coming off a warm ocean = warmer temperatures and winds coming across cold land = colder..

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9 minutes ago, dubmuffin said:

Did you photoshop that to keep us all happy?

Updated by the MetO

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14 minutes ago, Steve Murr said:

I agree around the radar 

looking great - I checked it against the 3pm Euro 4 & it was certainly better & maybe a bit more forward in terms of motion !

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Expect surprises tonight into tomorrow ❄️❄️

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6 minutes ago, Steve Murr said:

Saw this

Always good to see

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Yep getting some reports of snow on the other thread. Not even going to be remotely marginal once the snow does finally arrive.

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2 minutes ago, Essex Chelle said:

Cornwall

Jebus... and down to sea level during the day. Looks like where Poldark was filmed!

Gives me hope for later.

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UKMO is now updating every hour (Is this UKV here?) upto 6hrs out on its estimated radar:

https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast/map/gcpvj0v07#?map=Rainfall&fcTime=1548907200&zoom=7&lon=-2.88&lat=50.98

2pm update shows the pivot happening. Getting into the south of our area around 7pm, reaches my area at 8pm. Holding up well upto 8pm and looks similar to the Euro4 still.

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Although a dusting looks likely for here, going to be fascinating watching this roll in today, who knows these things often throw up the odd curveball. ?

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