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31-12-2020, 16:05   #46
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There will be light to moderate snow showers in the east next week on current projections, sometimes more mixed near coasts though.



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UKMO looks similar



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With all the talk of FI and SSW events, easy to take the eye of the shorter term. What are folks up to date thoughts on snow prospects over the next 5 days?
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With all the talk of FI and SSW events, easy to take the eye of the shorter term. What are folks up to date thoughts on snow prospects over the next 5 days?
Slim, looking like marginality throughout. Rain sleet and wet snow.
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I'll answer my own post (if that's not too wierd) with the below chart for (admittedly) 6 days time....

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Kids mightnt be going back to school on the 11th for a totally different reason than the press are discussing...



Before that there are snow chances as soon as Thursday...
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Yes looks like a weak front crossing down over the country around late Weds / Thurs followed by troughs . Will see if the area of LP to the E of the UK on Thurs lends a hand to guide / send in bands of precipitation from the NE later Thurs into Fri as the ECM suggests atm, this could be wintry for the N, NE and E if it happens like this but that is a bit far away yet.













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Can you spread COVID by throwing a snowball?. Will social distancing be required during snowball fights?.
I will await government advice before proceeding to have fun 🀩.
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Can you spread COVID by throwing a snowball?. Will social distancing be required during snowball fights?.
I will await government advice before proceeding to have fun 🀩.
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If you wear warm gloves you will be grand..
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ICON painting a picture of a cold breezy / blustery wintry spell from later Weds through to Friday. Showing some very cold air over us and deep cold close by, some very cold wind chill readings. ECM currently not showing it too snowy , ARPEGE looks a bit wintry but little precipitation . UKMO and GFS a bit wintry but not a lot of wintry precipitation . Early days in the world of snow, will see what the ECM shows later.







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15Z ICON Flash shows continuous snow over Wicklow mountains overnight, with even the odd flurry over other parts of the east come morning time.

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I reckon in general the models showing a fairly tame weakening cold front break up as it passes down the country Weds night into Thurs. Wintry but light stuff, probably mainly sleet and some light snow on higher ground. ICON still showing the most snow from this. Bit away yet for any accuracy, ECM showing more in the way of wintry precipitation on the 12Z than previous runs. Has the the cold front move into cold air, 850 hPa of about -5 to -6C and similar type temperatures following.






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I reckon in general the models showing a fairly tame weakening cold front break up as it passes down the country Weds night into Thurs. Wintry but light stuff, probably mainly sleet and some light snow on higher ground. ICON still showing the most snow from this. Bit away yet for any accuracy, ECM showing more in the way of wintry precipitation on the 12Z than previous runs. Has the the cold front move into cold air, 850 hPa of about -5 to -6C and similar type temperatures following.






Looks fairly heavy for me.
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This could potentially be all snow (if it’s not windy). The front seems to cool as it heads south.

The freezing level appears to drop ahead of the front too.
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Showing as snow heading SE.
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