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48 Comments on “Snow Watch”

  1. kiki Says:

    When is snow coming????????????/

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  2. Finn Says:

    will there be snow this winter in northern ireland -strabane??

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  3. ZAIN Says:

    NEEEEEED TO KNOW
    WHEN IS IT COMING
    ???????????????

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    • Daniel Smith Says:

      When there’s a risk of snow, it will appear here

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  4. Roman linley Says:

    I’ve read it’s going to be a mild wet winter

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  5. courtney Says:

    is it going to snow in london,if so when?

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    • Daniel Smith Says:

      Unfortunately forecasting snowfall for a specific area is not possible, however when the risk of snow arrives I will keep you updated 🙂

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  6. Kevin Says:

    Why are we not able to comment on your emphatic no with regards to a big freeze this winter? Many forecasters are predicting significant amounts of snow in their long range forecasts; are you not worried your statement of ridiculous and untrue will come to bite you should the headlines prove true?

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    • Daniel Smith Says:

      You should be able to comment, I haven’t disabled commenting on that article as someone else has already commented so I’m not sure whats going on with that, I’ll look into it!

      They may well come true, but given the hundreds of articles over the years claiming the same thing, they’re bound to get it right sooner or later aren’t they? If I forecasted 100mph winds in London every year for the rest of my life, chances are I will end up eventually getting it right. The Express and Daily Mail printed exactly the same scaremongering articles last year warning of a big winter freeze, last winter was above average.

      The articles and headlines are aimed to sell papers with quotes from obscure amateur forecasters who just so happen to be predicting extreme snowy conditions. Predicting the specifics months in advance simply is not scientifically possible.

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      • Kevin Says:

        I understand your point but surely you would have been better just highlighting the scaremongering rather than state it will not be a severe winter. The MET have indicated that it could possibly be a severe winter with extreme temperatures; hardly amateur forecasting

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        • Daniel Smith Says:

          Can you link me to where they’ve said this? As far as I’m aware, the Met Office don’t produce seasonal forecasts or comment about future seasons

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  7. Kevin Says:

    BBC Weather – Monthly Outlook – 10 – 16 December indicates colder than average temperatures however they have tamed back on their initial comments. Additionally BBC had a video last week stating cold weather and snow to come with predicted temperatures dow to minus 15 in parts of the highlands. Will try to see if I can find it but generally the Beeb are good at backtracking

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    • Daniel Smith Says:

      I wouldn’t call that a “Big Freeze”, though.

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      • Kevin Says:

        Suppose we’ll have to wait and see….its way colder than average just now and falling, along with the record snow levels between Scandanavia and Russia at the moment which if we get easterlies over the coming weeks, this has been forecast, would be pretty severe for us if it plays out that way

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        • Adam Says:

          I can’t but feel you are way out of your depth Kevin. Forgive me if i’m wrong, but unless you have some sort of experience in predicting the weather you are making assumptions back with no scientific knowledge.

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          • Kevin Says:

            I’m sorry its a weather forecasting only site!
            No laymen allowed!
            Private club!
            Are you telling me to sod off?

  8. Roman linley Says:

    Well going in the loft to dig out the Christmas decks 🎅 West Sussex is so cold this morning first hard frost of the winter I do hope we get snow this Christmas winter 10/11 was so snowy up to two feet in our garden let it snow let it snow let it snow ⛄❄❄❄❄❄⛄

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  9. Sara Dicaprio Says:

    Do you mean December as opposed to November???

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    • Daniel Smith Says:

      Woops! Yes I do, thanks for pointing that out

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  10. MissRose Says:

    It is deffinately alot colder this November / December than it was last year (or than I remember it being). I am hoping for some snow (as most of us seem to be!) but I hope none at begining of January, have to travel from North to South to see a friend.

    As for the website, take no notice of the trolls, I love how you go into details and then try and explain them in Laymens terms which I deffinately need! Also with every update I try to understand the professional speak rather than the easy to read stuff as I love trying to learn or understand new things.

    Keep up the good work and look forward to further updates especially if they bring snow!

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  11. krissarmstrong@yahoo.co.uk Says:

    Snowing in Glasgow just now, really hope it continues on right through the night!

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  12. roman.linley@gmail.com Says:

    Rain in West Sussex after a cold day
    It’s got mild

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  13. Adam Says:

    Any thoughts on Wednesday morning snow yet Daniel? Seen a few ideas floating around.

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    • Daniel Smith Says:

      I’m keeping an eye on it, if it’s still showing on tomorrows models I’ll make a post highlighting the potential 🙂

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  14. roman.linley@gmail.com Says:

    Hi Daniel
    It it true it going to get cold then mild just before Christmas
    What’s your thought

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    • Daniel Smith Says:

      It’s too early to say at the moment unfortunately

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  15. stevester8308 Says:

    Is Northern Ireland not part of GB anymore ?

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    • Daniel Smith Says:

      ?

      There’s no snow risk for Northern Ireland, hence no mention. I have dedicated weather charts for Ireland and Northern Ireland, when the risk represents itself they will be posted onto the blog

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  16. MissRose Says:

    Shouldn’t it be Tuesday 4th? As today is Monday 3rd 🙂

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    • Daniel Smith Says:

      Yes, yes it should! 😀 lol

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    • jack hawkins Says:

      what do you mean miss rose

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  17. Roman linley Says:

    We got snow in Billingshurst West Sussex it’s massive flakes it s started 30 mins ago ❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄

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    • jack hawkins Says:

      I wish I could have snow now

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  18. Dylan.wilson@blueyonder.co.uk Says:

    It’s white in Sittingbourne…..yippeee!

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  19. snowmad Says:

    when will it snow in the northwest , wirral !

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  20. mike Says:

    Well snow lovers the fun begins around middle of next week,looks like your prediction is correct this will be the month for snow,hope it will go up to xmas

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  21. Luke Storey Says:

    Really hope Wednesday next week onwards will result in an Early-December 2010 like setup 🙂

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  22. jack hawkins Says:

    when will it snow

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  23. Adam Says:

    Take on the latest models Daniel? You’ve been quiet the past few days 😛

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  24. Gavin M Says:

    When’s the snow coming to n.ireland? Around Strabane ?

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  25. mike Says:

    Snow time over 😦 which goes to show just how hard it is to predict the uk weather! Daniel does very well concidering how changeable our weather can be,yes its going to be cold,pity the High pressure did’nt stay wear it is now,ok so its back to the usual wet and mild weather by the end of the week,at least for now.

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  26. mike Says:

    Dont be too sad their is no snow yet,ive just looked at the pressure charts up to xmas,some of us may have a white xmas yet!!!

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  27. Sally Fielding Says:

    Your all bonkers!
    But I share your enthusiasm

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  28. jeps xxx Says:

    when will it next snow in hull

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  29. pel Says:

    snow is comming,eastern uk will probably see quite a bit

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