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28-11-2010, 22:08   #1
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Snow Reports/ Chat - Potential Blizzards & Heavy Snow - 29/11/2010

Please use this thread for the bulk of conversation about the snow and short term forecasts, radar watching, satellite watching etc....

While using this one for more detailed Synoptic Forecast Discussion.
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28-11-2010, 22:09   #2
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Snow Reports/ Thundersnow & Chat - 29/11/2010 onwards

Looks like some snow heading into Dublin and along the East coast.


Hope the mods don't mind but some of the little ones were complaining....looking for a new thread.
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still no snow in cork. *sigh* beginning to think we'll be the only county/city in ireland that wont see snow
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thanks for the new thread, but I think its a Xfactor / get me outta here problem
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hey first one to post here. damn no im not

its -2.2c here and no snow, but im looking at the lampost waiting
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after 30 mins of light to medium snow easing off totally in Sandyford. Not much in that one at all.
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Nice steady fall now in D14 Looks like it could be a good one.
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We've seen remarkably little by way of snow in Swords, Nth. County Dublin over the last couple of days. Around a centimeter in total. It was the same last winter. We seem to miss out on the beefy showers compared to other locations in Dublin. Don't know if it's our closeness to the coast, or that we are in the shadow of the Isle of Man. :-(
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Cheers for the new thread trogs...
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lightly snowing in goatstown atm. hopefully it'll ramp and we'll have to leave the house by the upstairs windows
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Just hit -8c
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Trogdor you should lock the other thread...
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Snowing here a little bit, near Vincent's Hospital.
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Starting to snow heavy here in Tallaght. -4 on de clock
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lightly snowing in goatstown atm. hopefully it'll ramp and we'll have to leave the house by the upstairs windows
seems to be coming from my way north toward you and it's stopped here already (Sandyford)
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