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23 hours ago, Weather-history said:

This is just ridiculous

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And you kindly did a review of this back in 2006...

 

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This must have produced some very heavy snow  where I live,in  gale force NE winds.

 

Anyone have any details?

 

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We don`t have to go back very far now for the all time best blizzards ever THE BEAST FROM THE EAST.

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This gave a proper blizzard here in gale force SE winds with 10 ft snow drifts 9 inches of snow in about 4 hours and hundreds of people stuck in cars over the South Downs and Epsom Downs.

Can anyone guess the year ?

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Edited by SLEETY

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1 minute ago, philglossop said:

1986?

Earlier.Also  hundreds of people stuck in cars on salisbury plain,snow was falling and dfriting so fast they couldn’t open their car doors to escape the blizzard.

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32 minutes ago, SLEETY said:

This gave a proper blizzard here in gale force SE winds with 10 ft snow drifts 9 inches of snow in about 4 hours and hundreds of people stuck in cars over the South Downs and Epsom Downs.

Can anyone guess the year ?

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Forecast for 13th December 1981?

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34 minutes ago, SLEETY said:

This gave a proper blizzard here in gale force SE winds with 10 ft snow drifts 9 inches of snow in about 4 hours and hundreds of people stuck in cars over the South Downs and Epsom Downs.

Can anyone guess the year ?

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😍 Superb.

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14 hours ago, SLEETY said:

This gave a proper blizzard here in gale force SE winds with 10 ft snow drifts 9 inches of snow in about 4 hours and hundreds of people stuck in cars over the South Downs and Epsom Downs.

Can anyone guess the year ?

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Another possibility would be say early January 1982, the 13th December 1981 I mentioned I would have thought would have said snow turning to rain for the SW. 

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Here is one that tends to get forgotten as it fell between the great Highland blizzard at the end of Jan 25th to29th and the great South West blizzard of 16th to18th Feb. This gave a foot of snow from Northumberland right up to Aberdeenshire including to Newcastle, Edinburgh and Dundee.

 

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On 12/11/2019 at 08:34, Weather-history said:

This is just ridiculous

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RMETS.ONLINELIBRARY.WILEY.COM

 
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January 1940 was coldest month on record for almost 50 years, freezing the river Thames

Tied 1st for coldest mean temperature Januaries here (East Scotland) with Jan 1941 both -2.0 C https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/pub/data/weather/uk/climate/datasets/Tmean/ranked/Scotland_E.txt

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23 hours ago, Weather-history said:

Forecast for 13th December 1981?

Well done 👏

 

 

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At about 7 pm it suddenly turned to rain after about 4 or so hours of heavy drifting snow,the centre of the depression suddenly moved North,allowing milder air into the South and a rapid thaw.

The original  forecast was for the centre of the low to stay in the channel,so a pretty poor forecast,by morning only the drifts were left the level snow cover had gone.

 

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Your`re not going to find a much better charts than these for looks which did deliver a foot of snow and ample drifting,like february 1985 but charts are far more impressive.The perfect easterly.

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Here's the charts I choose, relating to my location.

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I had to post two days because it occurred in between them - circa 12pm on the 5th. If you can work it out, you get a free like.

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10 minutes ago, Mapantz said:

Here's the charts I choose, relating to my location.

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I had to post two days because it occurred in between them - circa 12pm on the 5th. If you can work it out, you get a free like.

Dorset supercell / severe thunderstorms?

 

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The weather on this day 35 years ago was so freaky that it seemed like an episode of The X-Files. Violent thunderstorms had erupted...

 

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The start of summer occasionally produces some really potent thunderstorms for the UK

 

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2 hours ago, Snowyowl9 said:

Your`re not going to find a much better charts than these for looks which did deliver a foot of snow and ample drifting,like february 1985 but charts are far more impressive.The perfect easterly.

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Awesome charts.

I think  we will see those type of charts during this winter season for a change and not just the spring.

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On 14/11/2019 at 11:13, SLEETY said:

Well done 👏

 

 

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At about 7 pm it suddenly turned to rain after about 4 or so hours of heavy drifting snow,the centre of the depression suddenly moved North,allowing milder air into the South and a rapid thaw.

The original  forecast was for the centre of the low to stay in the channel,so a pretty poor forecast,by morning only the drifts were left the level snow cover had gone.

 

yep..remember this..it was a sunday..lots of heavy snow and blizzards that turned to rain late in the day and the snow cover was mostly gone by the next day..but the cold returned a few days later

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After the incredible amount of rain this autumn (500mm+ here) I'd take anything which has a massive 1040hpa high slap bang over the top of the UK.

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On 13/11/2019 at 18:02, SLEETY said:

This gave a proper blizzard here in gale force SE winds with 10 ft snow drifts 9 inches of snow in about 4 hours and hundreds of people stuck in cars over the South Downs and Epsom Downs.

Can anyone guess the year ?

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1978 NYE?

BFTP

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On 13/11/2019 at 18:02, SLEETY said:

This gave a proper blizzard here in gale force SE winds with 10 ft snow drifts 9 inches of snow in about 4 hours and hundreds of people stuck in cars over the South Downs and Epsom Downs.

Can anyone guess the year ?

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Feb 19th '78?

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