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London & South East Regional Discussion - January 15th 2013>

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Welcome to the new thread for your regional discussions about the current weather or what is being forecast for the next few days in London, South East England, Kent, Sussex, Surrey, Middlesex. Please try and stick to happy weather and region based discussions…..

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http://forum.netweat...z/page__st__840

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About another 45 mins left on this for S.Essex. We will top out at about 1.5cm. Bit of a slushfest tbh. But a welcome one. Can already hear the drip drip...

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Someone just turned off the snow tap - OK who did it?

Just when it started to settle a bit, too!

It wasnt me!

Was it steveinsussex?

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Should be with me soon I think :-)

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Game over here in Southend. Nice while it lasted. But a slushy 1.5cm mess in the end. Night y'all.

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before i go

the updated fax for 1800 hours tomorrow

nice trough heading down from anglia

same again tomorrow night but with a nice north east wind

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PPVE89.gif?31415

before i go

the updated fax for 1800 hours tomorrow

nice trough heading down from anglia

same again tomorrow night but with a nice north east wind

Promising. ETA 7pm in our region. Perfic.

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PPVE89.gif?31415

before i go

the updated fax for 1800 hours tomorrow

nice trough heading down from anglia

same again tomorrow night but with a nice north east wind

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http://www.bbc.com/travelnews/kent#roadCamerasG

Great to see the differences in snow the higher up you are. Looking at medway/north kent you see lots of snow around blue bell hill/lordswood/walderslade/wigmore/bredhurst but as you go closer to sea level the likes of chatham/strood/lower rochester not so much.

Impressed with accumulations in higher parts though with maybe another 30 mins left

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And that's that then. About 1/2 inch maybe.

It looks like depths range across the region is a dusting to about 1inch or so on higher ground. Here's hoping a streamers sets up for you ;-)

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Just got up.

Outside = Mess

Patches of slush and that's about it. Give me 100 or 200 ft ASL and I'd have about an inch. However right down in the valley almost touching the river it's just a tad too warm.

Heck of a cold N breeze out there though.

Will be a nightmare if the temps drops a few deg, as there will be sheet ice everywhere.

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Good morning :)

Just woken up and here it's the same just a slushy mess outside.. Was expecting to wake up to a nice dusting :(

Still off to work at 04:15 so at least the roads will be ok..

Hope we get lucky soon though as we seem to keep missing out every time . Mayby tonight then fingers crossed. :)

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just looked out the front door and seen we've had a bit of a dusting overnight. It also appears to be melting quite rapidly.

Surprised we got anything at all after all the hot air that was being blown about in here last night tease.gif

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