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I've just driven back from the Ilse of Wight and what a stunning drive it was! Deep deep snow across a beautiful wintery countryside. Absolutely gobsmaked by some of the depths of snow I've seen across parts of hampshire and west Sussex!

What a fantastic cold spell! With more promised and the weekend nearly here. If I never see naother cold snap in my lifetime I will allways have the memories of this epic winter wonderland!

WOOP and indeed WOOP again!

Good afternoon,

I do agree, across the country it looks great. However, up here in MK i don't think we have beaten last Feb's snow depths but the temperatures are amazing, it dropped below -6 here last night!!

Doozer

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I tell you what. If this was summer you would think a big thunderstorm is approaching. It is that dark overhead. Nothing falling from it at the moment though. Very eery though. The seagulls are inland as well, which is a sign something is brewing. I wonder...

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Same hear getting dark but nothing on radar, the anticipation grows

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hi guys looking dark here too

been at that evil thing called work today so missed most of the updates

any snow likely in essex at any point today or tonight ??

im in braintree btw

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Looks very dark across the river in Essex heading its way over to North Kent. Any Ideas?pardon.gif

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I just had 5 minutes of thick snowflakes falling. There was nothing on the radar.

Im starting to think convection is making an atempt. Dark clouds all around.

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We've just had a shower of sleetly tiny tiny snow type stuff gone quite moody now dark clouds everywhere with sunshine pering thru

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Can only think the low is moving closer to land. And this dark cloud is associated with the leading edge of it, but perhaps carries no PPN?

Any low pressure experts out there, that can explain this mysterious dark cloud over a large portion of our region? Where's Kold when you need him.

Very thunderstorm like.

Perhaps dry convection cloud?

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hi guys looking dark here too

been at that evil thing called work today so missed most of the updates

any snow likely in essex at any point today or tonight ??

im in braintree btw

It seems to be turning into a nowcast day, best to look for reports for posters from your area, but genral tend is for snow showers around the region

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lol everyone saying it's getting dark but nothing on radar unknw.gif

One shower on the radar streches 275 miles into the North Sea atm

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It has clouded over in MK in the last 10 minutes, Sky looks very dark to the NE, could it be?

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thanks dallas :lol:

omg i have just watched the long range sky weather for sunday :lol:

*it may be totaly wrong but it scared me lol*

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Had an interesting drive to work at Manston this morning. Snow had been blown off the fields onto the road and there was some fairly deep stuff!

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complete cloud cover now, is something approaching?? not according to the radar though, lol

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coming over very dark here in luton now..... hmmm.....whistling.gif

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darkening here too but it is actually snowing very lightly, just a flurry, but a persistent one at that - perhaps too light to be detected? Nevertheless, it is cloudy which is stopping that sun from melting anymore snow for the time being. Still at 0.1C though

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Well we have better hope that Line of Snow about 75 Miles East of Great Yarmouth holds it together for tonight as this is the Occlusion and Stream of Snow that should be over the SE Tonight (See Nick F's latest Blog for details)

If you run the radar it is moving West slowly and should tilt so it is alligned NE-SW Tonight

Paul S

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That "Polar Low" is definitely moving SSW now, judging by the sat images.

Infact the core of it appears to be over E Norfolk (Yarmouth etc)

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As Paul S says. That finger of white in the middle of the N.Sea should gain strength and get pulled around the N flank of the core. and dump on us later. In theory...

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thanks dallas :good:

omg i have just watched the long range sky weather for sunday :good:

*it may be totaly wrong but it scared me lol*

What did it say?

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