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A rare ice day. Frost melted off the car despite it being -2.4C which shows the air is quiet polluted.

Sunday now uncertain hopefully we may get snow showers tomorrow but doubtful if we will do.

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Well today was a great day really after the snow disappointment. It's been very cold, only maxed out at -1.7 on my station so a good ice day. The trees looked brilliant with thick frost on them.

Best winter's day in ages I think ?❄️

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36 minutes ago, winterof79 said:

The report was made 1 hour and 45 minutes ago, at 15:28 UTC

Forecast valid from 31 at 15 UTC to 01 at 12 UTC

Wind 2 kt from variable directions

Visibility: 0300 m

freezing fog

Becoming
from 31 at 18 UTC to 31 at 21 UTC

Visibility: 6000 m

Broken clouds at a height of 500 ft

Becoming
from 31 at 21 UTC to 31 at 24 UTC

Visibility 10 km or more

Scattered clouds at a height of 1000 ft

Temporary
from 01 at 00 UTC to 01 at 12 UTC

Visibility: 3000 m

Broken clouds at a height of 400 ft

mist, light snow showers

Becoming
from 01 at 02 UTC to 01 at 05 UTC

Wind 10 kt from the North/Northeast

Probability 30% :

Temporary
from 01 at 06 UTC to 01 at 12 UTC

Visibility: 1000 m

Broken clouds at a height of 100 ft

snow showers

TAF: EGNM 311528Z 3115/0112 VRB02KT 0300 FZFG VV/// BECMG 3118/3121 6000 NSW BKN005 BECMG 3121/3124 9999 SCT010 TEMPO 0100/0112 3000 BR -SHSN BKN004 BECMG 0102/0105 02010KT PROB30 TEMPO 0106/0112 1000 SHSN BKN001

 

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25 minutes ago, winterof79 said:

Showers anyone?

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Hoping so! Perhaps these streamers will make a better go of it without the Pennies in the way ? 

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39 minutes ago, Winter Cold said:

Well today was a great day really after the snow disappointment. It's been very cold, only maxed out at -1.7 on my station so a good ice day. The trees looked brilliant with thick frost on them.

Best winter's day in ages I think ?❄️

Yep, loved it. Proper winter day ❄️

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1 hour ago, Aiden2012 said:

So what time are we expecting the showers to get going? 

Looking at the recent Met Office forecast on YouTube, earliest looks to be 10pm this evening, with consistent showers and a more organised band around 4-5am tomorrow.

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I will be keeping an eye on the showers going into the North East at present

They seem to be moving slightly SE to NW

If the low down South starts pivoting the angle of the shower should change with the flow to E to W then NE to SW coming in from the North Sea

I think the above is correct in my view, please if wrong let me know help me out!!??  

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Dry as bone here but cold outside temp at -2.5C. Noticed the front is fizzling out in the west and seems to be a bit further south than expected. Looks like all the energy is going east which is the opposite of what the Beeb said.

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31 minutes ago, Love Snow said:

The lightest snow here given a covering on the pavements and roads 

I think there had been a little bit of snow in Cross Gates earlier. Thick frost, fog and even a little bit of snow, absolutely loved it today. ?

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24 minutes ago, fazzafarrand said:

I will be keeping an eye on the showers going into the North East at present

They seem to be moving slightly SE to NW

If the low down South starts pivoting the angle of the shower should change with the flow to E to W then NE to SW coming in from the North Sea

I think the above is correct in my view, please if wrong let me know help me out!!??  

I don’t think the showers currently shown over the North East will be moving towards Yorkshire.  If you run the sequence on HIRLAM the showers initially build from the SE moving NW overnight tonight then eventually the direction changes so the showers start coming from the East and then the North East.  Link here if you don’t have it.

http://www.meteociel.fr/modeles/hirlam.php?ech=3&mode=1&map=430

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14 minutes ago, SouthYorks said:

I don’t think the showers currently shown over the North East will be moving towards Yorkshire.  If you run the sequence on HIRLAM the showers initially build from the SE moving NW overnight tonight then eventually the direction changes so the showers start coming from the East and then the North East.  Link here if you don’t have it.

http://www.meteociel.fr/modeles/hirlam.php?ech=3&mode=1&map=430

That is pretty much exactly what I have said above to a degree

I meant to say any showers in the North Sea (not just the ones in the NE currently)

I was looking more at the overall direction they would come into Yorkshire

Also noticed a few popping up south of Lincolnshire just need them to fill in between the 2 area's ?

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9 minutes ago, LeeSnowFan said:

met video for showers for here look good for later

What time do they initiate? 

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55 minutes ago, Northern Sky said:

I think there had been a little bit of snow in Cross Gates earlier. Thick frost, fog and even a little bit of snow, absolutely loved it today. ?

There was, apparently. Looked like a picture perfect Christmas Card scene on Austhorpe Rd.

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17 minutes ago, Craigers said:

What time do they initiate? 

First signs now showing off the coast East of Skegness and moving NW.  Expected to move across Lincolnshire over next few hours and into Yorkshire around midnight’ish.

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Snowing lightly in west Leeds for the past 40 mins and light dusting on the ground. Strange as there is absolutely nothing showing on the radar. I can only assume it is precipitating out of the fog, and therefore too low to be getting picked up by the radar.

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3 minutes ago, SnOwFeSt said:

Snowing lightly in west Leeds for the past 40 mins and light dusting on the ground. Strange as there is absolutely nothing showing on the radar. I can only assume it is precipitating out of the fog, and therefore too low to be getting picked up by the radar.

I think it’s called snizzle, remember Matt Hugo saying it a few years back.

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34 minutes ago, Tony Beets said:

I think it’s called snizzle, remember Matt Hugo saying it a few years back.

Its like rime from the freezing fog and like being in a cloud and all the water vapour  freezing

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58 minutes ago, Cheese Rice said:

Showers won't start moving in till early morning so around 3am. 

Graphics on bbc showed earlier than that.

Reaching west yorks between 11 and midnight.

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2 hours ago, BlazeStorm said:

Looking at the recent Met Office forecast on YouTube, earliest looks to be 10pm this evening, with consistent showers and a more organised band around 4-5am tomorrow.

Thanks 

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Fog gone temp up to -1.8C, Perhaps we are going to have the highest temp for the day overnight.

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