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North West Regional Discussion 30 Jan 2019 onwards

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Bits of sleety stuff falling in a mainly watery mix.  Might scrape some icy flakes later on it's farewell edge, but the hills to the east might get something a bit more wintry.

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Have watched the rain slowly turn sleety, then the sleet become graupel, then a few actual flakes mixed in! Now, delicious white flakes are tumbling from the sky!!

Sadly the ground is rather wet so sticking is an issue... But it's a start!

Beginning to stick to car windscreens... Come on, you can do it!!!

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3 minutes ago, Spah1 said:

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game on

😂wow, how many times do the snow warnings look exactly like that?

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Snowing but not sticking

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Heavy snow now but not really sticking other than on the cars and grass.

probably a different story further up the hill though.

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Large wet flakes now very wet but better than drizzly sleety rubbish earlier....

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Heavy snow here now!

 

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7 minutes ago, Thunder Snow said:

Snowing heavy in carlisle

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5 minutes ago, gregior said:

Heavy snow here now!

 

Moderate sleety snow - very wet, if it had turned 3 hours early we would have been in business wrt a covering but probably too late now - only another hour of PPN left.

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In fact as i wrote that it has now turned to proper snow, not heavy enough to settle though.

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Very heavy snow in Whitefield

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Just started to settle properly and we now have massive flakes

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The snow is like feathers absolutely beautiful 

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Posted (edited)

Quite a wintry scene now with falling sleet/snow...but as expected it's on the very back edge of this current spell so I'd expect it to be over soon.

Edited by dodgeredee

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Belting down but too wet..

Doesnt float my boat  TBH.

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Much heavier... large fluffy snowflakes ❄️ ❄️❄️❄️ Trying it’s darndest to lay.... 

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Everything going white now.... covering on all surfaces.... really large flakes....

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The big white snowflakes lasted only 5 minutes, turned back to sleety rain, then some lighter snowflakes - alas no cover here. Waiting the clearance to see the snowline level - suspect about 300 metres. Later this evening and overnight probably brings further snow showers to low levels.

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Back to rain and all melted 

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Overnight rain has cleared no sign of any wintry PPN a few rain showers this morning with a current Temp of 3.3c

C.S

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Sun is out now, winter hill looks like it has a covering

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