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  1. GFS 6z a good run for me. PV drained away from Canada, heights to our NE beginning to push towards Greenland and a trigger low diving down towards Iberia.
  2. BarnetBlizzard

    SE and East Anglia general weather discussion 07/11/2018

    In north London, Barnet and it’s pure rain atm
  3. If that’s not a strong signal towards cold I don’t know what is.
  4. Where’s this gfs going then? Heights building further north, cold building in Europe, hmm
  5. To me, the models are starting to firm down on the idea of the high over the UK gradually moving west/nw after 200 hours +. As it edges westwards the pv begins to force its way southwards into Europe leaving uk under some kind of northerly. That’s the starters
  6. Snow picking up here in north London, already heavier than most of yesterday
  7. Does that mean he will get a lot
  8. That works great, thanks
  9. Hey, do you know where I can see this latest update? Cheers
  10. Around 2 inches here now and snowing heavier again
  11. As you can see the freezing level is moving up London, this should start to drop back down from 11-12pm
  12. Still snowing heavily here in Barnet, reports of turning back to rain in south London a little concerning 🙄
  13. As if by magic, rain turning to wet snow. I've also just walked into a cupboard on the way to the window to lamppost watch...
  14. It was always forecast to start off being very marginal however I wouldn't give up hope yet. As you can see on https://www.ventusky.com/?p=52.9;-1.2;5&l=freezing the freezing level is around 400m in north London at the moment but is expected to drop to 100m/0 in the next hour or so as the winds wrap round to a more northerly direction.
  15. Snowed here initially in north London with it settling everywhere. Now turned to rain and was turning everything to slush
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