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London and South East Regional Discussion - 20th January 2013 13:00hrs>

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Please use this thread for your regional discussions about the current weather or what is being forecast for the next few hours in London and the South East ..........

Link to the previous one here:

Yellow Warning of Snow for London & South East England :

Brighton and Hove, Buckinghamshire, East Sussex, Greater London, Kent, Medway, Milton Keynes, Slough, Surrey & West Sussex

Valid from: 1200 on Sun 20 Jan 2013

Valid to: 2359 on Sun 20 Jan 2013

A band of snow is spreading northwards across parts of southeastern and eastern England, as well as the Midlands and will reach parts of north Wales and northeast England during Sunday afternoon and evening. This will bring accumulations of 2-5 cm snow to some areas, and perhaps in excess of 8 cm towards coastal counties of southeast and eastern England. The public should be aware of the risk of disruption to travel.

This warning has been updated to include more of northeast Wales, the Midlands up to parts of Yorkshire.

Issued at: 1218 on Sun 20 Jan 2013

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/warnings/#?regionName=uk&from=rss&sn=E064F50F-945F-C0A3-5A43-4DB9890793D6_7_EE&tab=map&map=Warnings&zoom=5&lon=-4.50&lat=55.74&fcTime=1358596860

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Nearly stopped in Strood. Come on I want more!

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Still heavy snow here and temp is currently -2c cold.gif

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Awwww, i dont want to sound sad but, back edge of the precipitation very close to Eastbourne coast now. A slight bit of amplification at the trailing edge of the band going on right now, after that it looks to be creeping up north/north east direction. So some more for you guys to the East and North to come for a good few hours yet. Mustnt grumble, had a few CM here this morning. Next watch for me is the system that could track along the south east coast tomorrow!

Jason

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constantly been snowing for hrs now,nothing big,but very deep,yay help.gif

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Chucking it down here, lucky to be directly under a green patch on the radar. Flakes bigger, quite intense.

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Nice moderate snow here. Not sure how much has settled. Going by the balcony wall, I can see a 'sandwich layer' from the old snow to the new. Looks about 50/50.

There is a bit of dripping but only on the metal railings

I'm just hypnotised looking out the window. Just love this.

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This is just so distracting. If I'm not gaziing out the window I'm reading this forum or checking the radar and readings. The kitchen's a mess, the washing isn't done, there is snow based outerwear spread around the house, and breakfast is turning into lunch, or even a late afternoon snack, but I just can't help myself! At this rate I won't even make it outside for sledging

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Quote @Surrey in last page: What? The 850s are still blowing it West :

Im talking about where i am on the South East Coast buddy, radar clearly shows it leaving my area now, you will still be ok for a while though so fear not! smile.png

Jason

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had to measure the top of the car as the puppy has and continues to destroy the garden. 4cm here n one very excited wet and cold dog.

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Right here's a question - why are Paul Sherman's and Shrimpers (both Southend area) which I can almost see from my house - dewpoints and temps considerably lower than mine? I have 2 gauges, a top of the range hand held Kestrel in a cradle and a British standard dew point thermometer and both reading within 0.1c on temps and 0.2c on dewpoint? Dewpoint here now gone up to -0.8c - something a miss here.

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Temp 0 dew -1 still holding up in the heat island of Londonsmile.png

Thats good news, my mother in law says its raining in oxford street now

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Quote @Surrey in last page: What? The 850s are still blowing it West :

Im talking about where i am on the South East Coast buddy, radar clearly shows it leaving my are now, youl still be ok for a while though so fear not! smile.png

Jason

oh okay my bad..good.gif

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She continues todeliver, still pumping, 4/5cms, additional accum now.still think low countrys/ france has more to offer!!!

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Right here's a question - why are Paul Sherman's and Shrimpers (both Southend area) which I can almost see from my house - dewpoints and temps considerably lower than mine? I have 2 gauges, a top of the range hand held Kestrel in a cradle and a British standard dew point thermometer and both reading within 0.1c on temps and 0.2c on dewpoint? Dewpoint here now gone up to -0.8c - something a miss here.

Have not got a clue tbh.

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Thurrock Council wasn't overly generous with the grit, some of the main roads round here are being covered.

CD

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Thats good news, my mother in law says its raining in oxford street now

Not raining here mate.....all snow im East of Oxford st though..........suspect bit of melt but still snowing...light/moderate but constantsmile.png ...Snowing at Chelsea in West London by looks of footy pics

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Just went out and measured. Just under 5cm on my patio so far - quite light now here - 4/5 on Murr scale

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