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6 minutes ago, snowray said:

Big difference also is that this is late January not March, what comes out of the sky will not melt in a day or two, it will freeze and with more snow likely on top will make for very dangerous conditions. Sometimes I do wonder what on earth is wrong with us longing for such extreme weather that can cause such misery for many; the elderly, the disabled, motorists, and the economy of course, and even death if things were to really get bad in prolonged freezes.?

Luckily for us this is just a model thread so we don't need to wonder about elderly, disabled, motorists and the economy as this is just a weather forum. ? 

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Good grief I don’t look in this thread for 1 hour and apparently the world is ending. Some of you need to get a grip, honestly. How often has either ECMWF-GFS-or UK Met done something simila

Looks like someone has been out celebrating last night snow with a bottle of my favourite Spanish Cava !

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Now I lay me down to sleep,                         I pray the Lord the cold charts keep,        if they downgrade again before I wake,     I pray the Lord my soul to take.                 Cos I can't take this s**t anymore. Amen. ?                

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7 hours ago, sundog said:

Now I lay me down to sleep,                         I pray the Lord the cold charts keep,        if they downgrade again before I wake,     I pray the Lord my soul to take.                 Cos I can't take this s**t anymore. Amen. ?                

Well praise the Lord.  My prayer must have worked. ?

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9 hours ago, snowray said:

Big difference also is that this is late January not March, what comes out of the sky will not melt in a day or two, it will freeze and with more snow likely on top will make for very dangerous conditions. Sometimes I do wonder what on earth is wrong with us longing for such extreme weather that can cause such misery for many; the elderly, the disabled, motorists, and the economy of course, and even death if things were to really get bad in prolonged freezes.?

The thing with the weather is that we can't change it - what will be will be. 

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1 hour ago, Jason74 said:

Only hope the excellent output continues and doesn't get watered down or put back as we approach next week. Too many times that has occurred over the years. 

I think the significance is were starting to get into territory on some of the latest runs where even if it is watered down it'll still be a good event.

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2 minutes ago, northwestsnow said:

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Hows that for cold lol.

Might aswell live in the arctic lol!!that is frost bite cold quite literally!!if this gfs run comes to reality then expect school and businesses to be shut for days!

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11 minutes ago, northwestsnow said:

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Hows that for cold lol.

If anything like that came off you could say good-bye to any chance tens of thousands of schools, and hundreds of thousands if not millions of business premises opening their doors. Shame it's the realm of fantasy.

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Just now, Deep Snow please said:

If anything like that came off you could say good-bye to any chance tens of thousands of schools, and hundreds of thousands if not millions of business premises opening their doors. 

We're British we will survive LOL.

I dont for one minute think it will pan out like 6z but i guess it shows what is possible..

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On 14/01/2019 at 08:14, carinthian said:

Just look at all those fronts heading for the Alps on Thursday. Picture sent this morning from my village back in Austria. 60cm fresh snowfall this morning.

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That's next to Bacher Gasthof, Was staying there last year. 

That's how I imagine when the ice age starts.

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3 hours ago, Deep Snow please said:

If anything like that came off you could say good-bye to any chance tens of thousands of schools, and hundreds of thousands if not millions of business premises opening their doors. Shame it's the realm of fantasy.

pretty sure we can manage with a frosty  morning -10c!!

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2 minutes ago, Steve Murr said:

Yes Icon moves a nice leap to the ECM - about halfway-

What I have been earmarking on here & elsewhere is Tuesdays event, The models ( with the exception of ECM ) are continually weakening the signal for cold ahead of the front, thats both in terms of warmer 850s & heigher heights-

As we edge closer & the 850s/ Heights reduce so the leading edge becomes snow as well-

Tuesday is shaping up big for someone - West Midlands is my current focal point out to Wales -

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It’s always those guys. 

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