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lfc1971
31 Aug 21 14:48
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I’m missing seeing snowfall falling gently into the still night.

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By:
Foinavon
When: 31 Aug 21 14:49
Take a winter holiday in the Highlands, you will see some then. Akabula probably knows the best places.
By:
casemoney
When: 31 Aug 21 14:50
No more snow  , burning heat across the land  due to climate Change
By:
A_T
When: 31 Aug 21 15:04
the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 31 Aug 21 15:16
..

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episodes/b0991bqd/snowfall

Great series
By:
mecca
When: 31 Aug 21 15:29
Plenty of snowflakes on here
By:
edy
When: 31 Aug 21 15:53
Too true, mecca...too true...
By:
peckerdunne
When: 31 Aug 21 16:59
Probably when you take your head out of your arse  !lol
By:
Kriskin
When: 31 Aug 21 17:30
You will see her next running in the Arc
By:
casemoney
When: 31 Aug 21 17:45
Grin
By:
moisok
When: 01 Sep 21 13:08
case you are wrong   - it is all to do with Brexit!  Will you never learn  - oh and greta of course and boris  and nazis etc

Thank me laterExcited
By:
moisok
When: 01 Sep 21 13:08
I have had to put on extra clothing today - really cold!Cry
By:
breadnbutter
When: 02 Sep 21 17:06
Looks like la nina  to play her hand again this year with a wet jan on the cards.

A fast start to winter   with colder nights already starting,colder and earlier than previous years after Sept equinox  with signs of winter by early  Oct.

Not much chance of early snow apparently, and with a wet jan forcast it might be mid to late Dec or late march.

Recent shift of jetstream means more chance of snow further south.

Need a lot of things  to line up for a proper bit of snow in uk and looks unlikely atm.
AT least that's how it reads to me atm. But  we all know this islands weather can be a law  unto itself.
By:
Foinavon
When: 02 Sep 21 17:26
Looking back through my photos we had a heavy snowfall here in Brum in January this year, The photo is dated Sunday 24th January.
By:
breadnbutter
When: 02 Sep 21 18:00
Been some really weird clouds this last few years, some strange weather patterns, was very warm spring last year, hopefully same next year.

Been very dry again this year in northern UK.

Rivers on their bones.

Just started to get clear night's this last week , gunna get chilly.

But no sign of any decent rainfall.

Last spring was a shocker, not many apples, pears or plums, a few but May was a shocker, not many insects about .
By:
Coachbuster
When: 02 Sep 21 18:37
do you lot live in England lol ?   

in case you don't , snowfall doesn't normally arrive until January or February ,sometimes as late as March and stays on the ground for no more than around 30 minutes if you[re lucky in low lying areas (ie the south)

We:ve just come out of AUGUST  which is probably similar to most winter months , damp and cold as a rule  with fook all in the way of sunshine  ...it normally gets warmer and sunnier after the kids go back in Sept
Hth
By:
breadnbutter
When: 02 Sep 21 18:44
Am in far north of UK.

Rain has inverted in uk, been bone dry,

Ffs Kent is snowiest county in sarf.

Cumbria and parts of northest see plenty snow.

My bet for plenty snow would be west Midlands, if anticyclonic conditions prevail.

Gunna be cold shortly, wrap up coachy.
By:
breadnbutter
When: 02 Sep 21 18:47
Was on the foreshore listening to the geese gaggling, deffo got a diff tune about them, won't be long till they gone.
By:
Coachbuster
When: 02 Sep 21 18:49
lol bread and butter ...its already been cold and i had heating on


due to get to 26c  next week
By:
Coachbuster
When: 02 Sep 21 18:51
Yes, Kent is one of the coldest counties in the UK in winter due to it proximity to France and the continent
By:
breadnbutter
When: 02 Sep 21 18:58
Yea I know but the high pressure is going to let night temps plummet,been a pattern  last few years, temps  fallen right after Sept equinox and this year  no diff its actually forcast to be cold start to Oct.

That's the only saving grace, the fact it's forcast, lol.
By:
Coachbuster
When: 02 Sep 21 19:16
well cold nights normally means sunny days in late September and October    ///cold cloudy nights don't happen to at least November
By:
breadnbutter
When: 02 Sep 21 23:20
Stop woffling garbage to me please,Kent snowfall has nothing to do with proximity to France and everything to do with Northeast winds and North Sea.

Please just have a stab at answering the OP, s question, throw in a winter forcast of your own.
By:
akabula
When: 02 Sep 21 23:24
The Highlands are a great place to be in Winter, no midgies.
By:
Coachbuster
When: 02 Sep 21 23:28
idiot ...read what i write 

i said COLDEST because it's near to the continent , FRANCE happens to be  our neighbours ,likewise Belgium ,Holland etc  ...i didn't say anything about snowfall ...which we get once a year if we're lucky 


why else would Kent be cold  ?   England doesn't have a north east  ....Newcsatle is actually in the north/north west  from that point of view ... cold comes from  North East  but via Kent as its the path of least resistance  as its near a land mass  ..Scotland is surrounded by sea so its winters are fairly mild
By:
Giuseppe
When: 02 Sep 21 23:29
"throw in a winter forcast of your own."

whatever happens climate change will be blamed

little snow: warming climate

lots of snow: sign of more extreme weather
By:
akabula
When: 02 Sep 21 23:29
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HYQU-KGEzWE

That should cheer you up lfc, snow falling on a farmers field in Perthshire.
PS I've included some sheep in case kennybhoy looks in.
By:
Coachbuster
When: 02 Sep 21 23:30
well guissepe  ...we get far less snow than years ago .most winters we don;t get any .

winters of the past saw 2 weeks of snow  ,and sometimes 2x a year
By:
akabula
When: 02 Sep 21 23:37
Not been the same since the ice age ended Coach.
By:
Coachbuster
When: 02 Sep 21 23:39
was that around 1995
By:
Coachbuster
When: 02 Sep 21 23:40
well if the ice age was saqy 500 years ago i'm sure we would be a little more than alarmed
By:
Coachbuster
When: 02 Sep 21 23:42
the last ice age was caused by discarded fridges found in caves
By:
Giuseppe
When: 02 Sep 21 23:43
worst snow in my lifetime was in 2009

never experienced anything like it before or since
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