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Heavy rain here in barnstaple  not complaining as have to go out later. Enjoy the snow if you get it. 😁

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UKMO have downgraded Gosport to sleet. I hope they've got it wrong. Temps have risen to 4.8C increasing at 3.2C /hr. DP 2.2C

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Nice frosty start to the day. Temperature rising but still plenty of frost on the ground. 1.6°C 

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Couple from earlier, the icy fog has finally started to give way but it deposited a decent bit of rime on most of the trees and vegetation.

Temp here still at -3.8°C.

 

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1 minute ago, Zephyr said:

Seen someone coming out of meredith's with two sleighs wasn't you by any chance?  🤣😂

Haha nope! Still haven't been out this morning. My sledge is ready to go.

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1 minute ago, MidnightSnow said:

Haha nope! Still haven't been out this morning. My sledge is ready to go.

Is the snow still on?

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4 minutes ago, rh205 said:

UKMO have downgraded Gosport to sleet. I hope they've got it wrong. Temps have risen to 4.8C increasing at 3.2C /hr. DP 2.2C

 

3 minutes ago, Climate_Eyes said:

Couple from earlier, the icy fog has finally started to give way but it deposited a decent bit of rime on most of the trees and vegetation.

Temp here still at -3.8°C.

 

Huge temperature difference, locations not far apart. Inland and coastal.

Edited by Lloyds32

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Interesting met office app update. The band of ppn whether it be rain sleet or snow lasts barely 3 hours till it's over for this location. No pivot here!

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Today

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In to tomorrow

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just had an amber alert come up on my phone from the met office but when i check its still showing yellow!!

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Amber alert for a huge swathe of the West country!

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Amber warning out and its about 5 miles to the south of here ☺ close enough for me ❄❄❄❄

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Just now, TomW said:

 

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Beat me to it, it’s on my pc but not my phone

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7 minutes ago, Lloyds32 said:

 

Huge temperature difference, locations not far apart. Inland and coastal.

It's interesting that they are forecasting heavy snow for Lee-On-The-Solent beach yet Alverstoke is sleet despite the Lee location being as close to the coast as you can get. I'm beginning to wonder if this is going to be a now-casting event for our location. 

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weird shaped amber warning 🙂

i'm right on left edge.... knife edge

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I’m less than half a mile outside the Amber warning. :oldlaugh:

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4 minutes ago, stevofunnelcl said:

weird shaped amber warning 🙂

Shaped around coastal areas by the looks of things.

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I think the amber warning is more about the snow falling circa rush hour.

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3 hours ago, Lloyds32 said:

Ian F's forecast from last night really indicates that initially temperatures will not be cold enough for snow, looks pretty wet at first then it will turn to snow later in evening. By then the ground will be wet, so accumulation amounts will be a couple cm at best. Coastal areas in North Somerset probably staying pretty damp and miserable. Up over the hills will be a different story, all round looks a damp wintry mess, for N. Somerset. PPM pretty patchy too.

"A band of rain will arrive from the southwest on Thursday afternoon, quickly turning to snow and becoming heavy at times. 3 to 7 cm is likely to accumulate quickly - within two to three hours - with up to 10 cm in some places."

This is going to the wire. Do I believe the Met Office or Lloyds32 🤔

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3 minutes ago, MidnightSnow said:

"A band of rain will arrive from the southwest on Thursday afternoon, quickly turning to snow and becoming heavy at times. 3 to 7 cm is likely to accumulate quickly - within two to three hours - with up to 10 cm in some places."

This is going to the wire. Do I believe the Met Office or Lloyds32 🤔

As my post clearly stated, it was what Ian F said last night...Please feel free to view his forecast.

As he also said, the forecast will homed in TODAY with regards to warnings (as per the Amber) and a more clearer picture. So basically its not what I think, its what Ian F said last and night the Meto text today. 

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