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05-01-2021, 21:57   #31
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The situation on Friday also needs watching.
This low to our East is nudging further West with every run.
A further continued shift could give significant snow to the East on Friday daytime!!
Red warning!!
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05-01-2021, 21:59   #32
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The situation on Friday also needs watching.
This low to our East is nudging further West with every run.
A further continued shift could give significant snow to the East on Friday daytime!!
I was just watching that. A cold upper pool passes down the Irish sea, so significant showers should develop and encroach on the east coast with any slight easterly component to the northerly flow.
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The situation on Friday also needs watching.
This low to our East is nudging further West with every run.
A further continued shift could give significant snow to the East on Friday daytime!!
Don't be such a tease.....
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The situation on Friday also needs watching.
This low to our East is nudging further West with every run.
A further continued shift could give significant snow to the East on Friday daytime!!
Parallel also upgrading for Friday.
For me at the moment Friday is now becoming the far bigger risk of snow (for Eastern regions)
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ECM simulated radar for Wednesday night/Thursday morning

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ECM simulated radar for Wednesday night/Thursday morning

Getting a 404 for that image.
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Getting a 404 for that image.
Sorry. Anyway, here is the link to the hourly charts.
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Sorry. Anyway, here is the link to the hourly charts.
6am Friday morning
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I think there is going to be 52,658 snowflakes falling from this. Though we will probably only end up getting 50,000
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ECM simulated radar for Wednesday night/Thursday morning

That's what you will be getting waking up trying to look out the window Thursday morning 😂
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Meanwhile 18z ICON is having none of it for friday. It brazes pass the east coast.
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6am Friday morning
Yeah, but...

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That's what you will be getting waking up trying to look out the window Thursday morning ��
For some reason I'm still seeing my animated gif quoted there...
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Thanks for sharing G. Your charts show 2cm or more for me and temps staying at 0c throughout the precipitation.

850hPa does not exceed -4c.
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Cavan looking good for this. Lets hope we get atleast 3cm for a decent coating ❄
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