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mega heavy snow hail shower passed through north leeds! best of season. was incredible. need full on orange blobs to push through!!

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Not much left at Buxton looking at the cam. I think they need to remove the weather warning for this area.

Looking at the Cat and fiddle they maybe due to get a shower every time I looked this afternoon it's been dry with a steady thaw.

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Don't believe it. Had a beefy lookign shower heading this way and it's path suddenly shifted from west north west to west and will now miss us. Snowing on the Buxton cam and Cat and fiddle.

Buxton and Cat and fiddle now have a covering once gain.

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Thunder snow and roads white from last shower 

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No thunder but tons of soft hail here white over once more. This brought the temps down from 2.6C to 1.3C.

Not often you can hear hail on the roof and a steady swishing sound from the ivy covered trees.

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Almost stopped now but it was good while it lasted. The heaviest wintry prec this spring and beats all of winter.

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I thought I'd seen lightning and heard a rumble of thunder earlier, been white over here several times and we have a covering now. 

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Covering in Shirecliffe, Sheffield, slushy on the grass and car. Missed seeing the heavy stuff falling...damn it but seems like there are plenty of showers out there.

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I took a trip to the peak district yesterday and what a windy day it was with hail and snow showers with the odd rumble of thunder thrown in,took a layby just past the snake pass inn then headed up toward Win hill

here are some pics of edale valley with Lose hill,back tor,hollins cross and mam tor,the last pic is of Kinder scout

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Map and location where i was(black circle)

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overall it has been a pour winter here and i hope that next winter will be much better in terms of cold and snow,i am looking forward to some good weather now and hopefully some good storms.

 

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Storm Gareth not really packing a punch apart from one gust over 50 everything in the 40's so not a storm here. Correction just had another over 50.

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21mph highest gust here so nothing major. Sounds very strong though listening to it in the night

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Picked up after I left and we've had a 57 mph gust so seems to building up

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I've managed to scrape a 25mph gust lol!

Just shows how protected low ground is, most of Rotherham probably only saw those values.

Must admit it feels and sounds stronger then 25 when your out in it....

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Bloomin windy today. First storm of 2019 I think where it stayed windy most of the day and only has just died down in the last hour. Max gust 57 mph and plenty of gusts across the day into the 50's. Sadly it's unnamed but has blown the likes of the last two so called name storms into the wind if you forgive the pun.

 

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Well we've had our flood warnings and the sirens down the Valley have sounded. The railway is shut at walsden as is the road to Tod at Callis Bridge.

We expect to go beyond 'property flooding at around 5:45!

That low had better get a move on a shift these sw winds to west or NW to push the rest of this rain south of us!

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42 minutes ago, Gray-Wolf said:

Well we've had our flood warnings and the sirens down the Valley have sounded. The railway is shut at walsden as is the road to Tod at Callis Bridge.

We expect to go beyond 'property flooding at around 5:45!

That low had better get a move on a shift these sw winds to west or NW to push the rest of this rain south of us!

Seems to be Flood Warnings all down the Calder valley. Put it in perspective though e.g. Hebden Bridge is forecast to go above 2.2m, Boxing Day 2015 it went to 3.63m. Its a flood but a minor one thankfully, so the centers should be spared.

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Hi Cowdog!

The 'forecast' levels , from the E.A. , go up and down with each update ( as the river height fluctuates?)

Our 'properties at risk from flooding levels are 3.82. Currently the peak is forecast at 3.82 at 6 pm........

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What a horrible day worse day I can remember in a long time for Rain and Wind.

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Well wintry showers today probably be the last of the year.

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