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  1. Clearly weather underground is on to something for next week here in Surrey
  2. Lovely crisp clear day in the Surrey Hills today. Not as chilly as I was expecting it to be whilst spending three hours being shot at by Nerf gun’s in the stocks at the school Christmas fair. Beautiful sunset at Newlands Corner on the North Downs this evening.
  3. We had strong gusting winds into 2pm, then squally showers here in the surrey hills. It had all passed by 6pm...
  4. Heading off to St Moritz with Club Med on the 29th March. Leading my school trip with 50 others. Last (This) year at the same time Serre Chevalier was perfect for the time of year, height etc. So St Moritz should given its heights be amazing..... can’t wait
  5. Very stormy here in the surrey hills, with about 30min off torrential rain. Cracking rumbles of thunder, and looks like some more to come before the end of the evening. Living at the top of a hill has its advantages, but I do worry about friends and family lower down!
  6. This is a very sad evening to see @TomSE12 leaving. I thoroughly enjoy reading his posts in the morning, SE historical weather and the detailed discussions with Mr Currie. To think that someone with such humour, knowledge, compassion for everyone else and and thoroughly brilliant writing style is being forced of this forum is perhaps a sad reflection of the wider world we now live in. This forum will be a duller and much less well informed place with Tom’s leaving. Such a shame!
  7. So astronomical summer ends tomorrow..... and then astronomical autumn begins Sunday.... the meteorological forecast ties in perfectly!!
  8. Watched them many times great team especially in the Big Sam days.... My best mate's nan was married to Nat's brother, who was arguably a better footballer than Nat. Nat was a lovely man, I met him a couple of times and always had so much time to talk to people, even a Brighton fan when they were on the brink!! Sorry to go OT but no storm here.....
  9. Me and the whole family sitting in the garden watching it come our way
  10. Stuck up between Leith and Holmbury Hills we haven't seen anything so far..... Breeze is picking up though....
  11. In Serre Chevalier at the moment. 15cm overnight at 1400m, 80cm at 2000m and a whopping 100cm at 2800m... Only supposed to have been rain at 1400m and below, so much better than the resort forecast was saying even yesterday afternoon. Awesome skiing this morning, although very poor visibility and v.high avalanche risk. Think some resorts only a 30-50km away have had significantly more, we were on the trailing edge... But it's going to be a cracking bluebird day tomorrow
  12. Apparently a brief heavy snow shower in the Surrey Hills this morning..... But then I'm in this in the southern French Alps, epic snow day today!!
  13. Well maybe winter has a last hurrah before the equinox.... Let's hope so there was certainly a sleety element to what was falling when I drove home from Dorking earlier.... Was looking at the mad thread earlier and there's more swinging than a party in the 1970s.... But the gist seems that there is potential for some winteriness especially further north.... But wouldn't take much of correction south surely??? After all @TomSE12 has posted some fantastic pictures of snow events in March and April from all over the SE over the years... Anyway I'm crossing all appendages in the run up to leading my school ski trip to Serre Chevalier at the end of the month...
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