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03-01-2014, 12:58   #1
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Ninja Snow Risk - Saturday 4th Jan.

Opening up a seperate thread to concentrate on tomorrow's sneeky snow risk.

Currently its looking very borderground. Yes the ppn is there to cause some good accumulations but im a bit worried on dewpoints on the nmm.


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NAE 12pm tomorrow.



850 temps just decent enough for midlands


Dps are good



NMM though has more of high ground in the east at risk.

Roll on the next runs! * fingers crossed! *
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03-01-2014, 13:07   #2
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Will be watching this like a hawk as my location at home and immediate surroundings could put me at risk if the NAE verifies.
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High ground certainly likely to see something anyway!
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Any chance of snow for Dublin or is it just the NW
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Dublin and Wicklow hills Sallys Gap will have snow.
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Dublin and Wicklow hills Sallys Gap will have snow.
Noted that now, obviously after your experince of Canada, you don't rate them as mountains anymore?
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Noted that now, obviously after your experince of Canada, you don't rate them as mountains anymore?
Quality never laughed so much....
THE Dublin and Wicklow Rockies will Have Blizzards.
Wicklows Sally Gap Mountain Pass will Have Serious Drifts
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Typical situation where Cavan and Monaghan see decent snow and the rest of the country under precipitation sees sleet at best (at low lying areas). Still one to follow though.
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Will have to borrow a land rover so and head up the mountains
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I've just been out for a short walk in Dublin 22 I thought my inner ears where going to explode from the wind chill it's is freezing out side
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Bbc weather just showing a small band of rain/snow moving up along the east early tomorrow then a few small showers following behind.
Nothing like the charts posted above
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Latest NAE has pushed the snow risk further west with the precipitation going further west. Although probably a now-cast situation.
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Latest NAE has pushed the snow risk further west with the precipitation going further west. Although probably a now-cast situation.
Will be interesting to see what the 12 Z gfs shows (even though its not high res), the 06z run only has the precipitation affecting the E coast and inland E to a certain extent.
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If I don't wake up tomorrow to find a ninja snowman in my back garden I'm gonna be very disappointed.


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I seriously want to follow this but don't think id be able for the heartache if nothing comes of it
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