Heavy snow forecast for St Helens tonight

St Helens Star: Heavy snow forecast for St Helens tonight Heavy snow forecast for St Helens tonight

The Met Office is predicting that a band of sleet and snow will move across the region including St Helens overnight (Sunday).

Heaviest of the snow is forecast to fall in St Helens before midnight.

Travel organisations are warning motorists and travellers that they could face some disruption on  Monday morning with heavy rain set to sweep in following the snowfall.

It will remain cold over the next few days with temperatures readily dropping to sub zero at night.

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5:24pm Sun 13 Jan 13

And Justice For All says...

The band of sleet and snow will unfortunately be without their lead singer. This is due to more cuts by the all consuming Rimmer and the rest of the dirge at St Helens Cancel, sorry, Council.
The band of sleet and snow will unfortunately be without their lead singer. This is due to more cuts by the all consuming Rimmer and the rest of the dirge at St Helens Cancel, sorry, Council. And Justice For All
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6:13pm Sun 13 Jan 13

Diva72 says...

Heavy snow? For us that means approximately 3mm and we'll be snowed in, and our lovely neighbours will have all the grit off for their own paths so we won't be able to get our cars up th'hill. Might as well just go park at work now(!)
Heavy snow? For us that means approximately 3mm and we'll be snowed in, and our lovely neighbours will have all the grit off for their own paths so we won't be able to get our cars up th'hill. Might as well just go park at work now(!) Diva72
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8:13pm Sun 13 Jan 13

pitbullboxing says...

Rimmers' snow tax to come into effect tomorrow......
Rimmers' snow tax to come into effect tomorrow...... pitbullboxing
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12:13am Mon 14 Jan 13

smith&weston says...

I hope we don't get more than 2 inches of snow or we can kiss goodbye to bin emptying for the next 3 weeks if previous snow is anything to go by.
I hope we don't get more than 2 inches of snow or we can kiss goodbye to bin emptying for the next 3 weeks if previous snow is anything to go by. smith&weston
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4:38pm Mon 14 Jan 13

frankly says...

well that forecast from last night is slightly out, unless its still due 24 hours later.. Been ok today and on the roads no problems as yet.......Where do they recruit these forcasters from ?
well that forecast from last night is slightly out, unless its still due 24 hours later.. Been ok today and on the roads no problems as yet.......Where do they recruit these forcasters from ? frankly
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9:42pm Mon 14 Jan 13

pitbullboxing says...

Had an hour or so here. More forecast for tonight , but I won't tape the tennis rackets to my shoes just yet.
Had an hour or so here. More forecast for tonight , but I won't tape the tennis rackets to my shoes just yet. pitbullboxing
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11:12pm Mon 14 Jan 13

saintsfan says...

And Justice For All wrote:
The band of sleet and snow will unfortunately be without their lead singer. This is due to more cuts by the all consuming Rimmer and the rest of the dirge at St Helens Cancel, sorry, Council.
lol!!
[quote][p][bold]And Justice For All[/bold] wrote: The band of sleet and snow will unfortunately be without their lead singer. This is due to more cuts by the all consuming Rimmer and the rest of the dirge at St Helens Cancel, sorry, Council.[/p][/quote]lol!! saintsfan
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6:25pm Thu 17 Jan 13

saintsfan says...

Oh look, another snow forecast, which has mysteriously changed today (to basically just a dusting). I won't hold my breath for this snowfall but just in case for once the forecasters were right the first time I will pack my spade, wellies and blanket in the car tomorrow!
Oh look, another snow forecast, which has mysteriously changed today (to basically just a dusting). I won't hold my breath for this snowfall but just in case for once the forecasters were right the first time I will pack my spade, wellies and blanket in the car tomorrow! saintsfan
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8:34pm Thu 17 Jan 13

rosered1 says...

Heavy snow? Remember when we were kids and we got heavy snow where we could build snowmen and make snowballs and the snow came halfway up your long boots? Now that was snow. Since when did 3-7 mm of snow become classed as "heavy"????
Heavy snow? Remember when we were kids and we got heavy snow where we could build snowmen and make snowballs and the snow came halfway up your long boots? Now that was snow. Since when did 3-7 mm of snow become classed as "heavy"???? rosered1
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