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Just started hailing here. Radar looks good for a few more showers.

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3 minutes ago, Weather-history said:

And again

it's not very often it snows at sea level in Llandudno, and rains here at the same time. Very unusual.

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Another shower now and Tempest falling again. This one is almost all pure rain though.

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Snake pass has closed: impassable

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Turned to heavy ice pellets and now sleet. 3.6/1.1.

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Snow getting heavier

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No surprise that the A57 Snake Pass road is now closed due to snow.

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3 minutes ago, Chris.R said:

Turned to heavy ice pellets and now sleet. 3.6/1.1.

That shower is with me now heavy sleet

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Moderate rain now, I know I'm on low ground but I expected something by now surely

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1 minute ago, Dkeane3 said:

Moderate rain now, I know I'm on low ground but I expected something by now surely

Its only just making it down to 150m as wet snow!

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1 minute ago, Had Worse said:

Its only just making it down to 150m as wet snow!

Yes - inly turned fully to snow here around 20 mins ago - now stopped though.

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In the space of 5 minutes, some heavier precipitation has enabled massive snowflakes to fall, and what was a wet black surface is now a white one - very rapid change!

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Definitely some snowflakes in this shower,gusty wind aswell

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Snowing here but wet,nice to see the big flakes though,more please but of the dryer variety.

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Moderate to heavy snow.... not laying though apart from grass and car and roof

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Some nice flakes in the last shower and starting to stick with a slight dusting here at 180m.

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And bugger all here no big surprise the snow shield has been activated as per usual ? 

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Lowering dewpoints over coming hours should mean any snow that does fall will be less wet in nature and greater chance of sticking and lying.. could be quite a white scene for many as the sun rises..

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Irish Sea going back to sleep as usual. I had a snow shower an hour ago lasted 10 minutes in Chorley. But surfaces still too wet.

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20 minutes ago, Dkeane3 said:

Snake pass has closed: impassable

 

19 minutes ago, SNOW_JOKE said:

No surprise that the A57 Snake Pass road is now closed due to snow.

Yes

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i will be going up to Kinderscout Sat or Sun but stop at the lay-by just after snakes pass inn on the right hand side as you go towards Glossop,should be a good day up there.

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This is garbage - i am more bothered about FI in the model thread - mid march onwards holds much more potential.

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Just to point out. I met a bloke in Thailand from Sweden and he lives near Malmo. He says Malmo rarely snows on Xmas day to my surprise. I been thinking. Malmo/Gothenburg is located on the west coast of Sweden. I wonder Sweden's western coast has the same problem? Sea between Denmark and Sweden is basically another Irish Sea. While Norway just like Scotland to the north-west/north blocks any precip from north-westerly airflow to west coast of Sweden where Malmo/Gothenburg is.  I guess the North-West is not alone in this.

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