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Dazzer6666

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  1. Burgess Hill, Mid Sussex..........been steady 1.8C for the last 2-3 hours, breezy
  2. Meanwhile in the Borders....... https://twitter.com/ITVborder/status/969240281647341570
  3. Slightly heavier powdery, fine snow fell temporarily giving a thin dusting, now being blown about in the strong wind. Stopped for 10 mins, but now looks like it's trying to start again.
  4. Light snow now in Mid Sussex. Despite it being very light, it's instantly settling on all surfaces including the road so temps must still be well down.
  5. Very light nondescript particles (snizzle ?) falling steadily in Mid Sussex at the moment with a few obvious small snowflakes here and there. Sky gone quite a bit darker in the last 30 mins.
  6. Nothing at all overnight in Mid Sussex, and nothing happening now...such a disappointment, have missed out to the East and West in this spell.
  7. Met Office Amber updated again, we’re now out..... Chief Forecaster's assessment Widespread snow is expected to develop through Thursday afternoon and evening, accompanied by strong easterly winds, leading to drifting of lying snow in places. Around 10-20 cm is likely to fall quite widely, with the potential for up to 50 cm over parts of Dartmoor and Exmoor. As less cold air follows from the south, there is a chance of snow turning to freezing rain in places, with widespread icy stretched forming making driving conditions dangerous. The warning has been updated to reflect the growing confidence of a severe spell of weather and to remove parts of North Wales and Southeast England.
  8. Bet all the guys and gals in Exeter went home early. Red warning and all that.....................
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