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Three Counties & East Anglia Regional Discussion - January 22nd 2013 14:00hrs>

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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 days in Beds, Bucks, Herts, Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Milton Keynes.

Link to the previous one here:

Yellow Warning of Ice for East of England :

Cambridgeshire, Suffolk, Norfolk, Bedford, Essex, Peterborough, Central Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Luton, Southend-on-Sea & Thurrock

Yellow Warning of Ice for London & South East England :

Buckinghamshire, Milton Keynes, Oxfordshire, Greater London, Kent, Medway, Slough, Surrey, Windsor and Maidenhead, Wokingham, Bracknell Forest, Brighton and Hove, East Sussex, Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Portsmouth, Reading, Southampton, West Berkshire & West Sussex.

Valid from: 1600 on Tue 22 Jan 2013

Valid to: 1100 on Wed 23 Jan 2013

As temperatures fall on Tuesday evening and night, icy stretches will form on many untreated surfaces especially where lying snow freezes. There may also be a few light snow flurries in places though any new accumulations will be slight. Freezing fog patches may also add to travel difficulties. The public are advised to take extra care.

Issued at: 1202 on Tue 22 Jan 2013

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/warnings/#?regionName=ee&from=rss&sn=4C8B0B01-2336-8852-6924-61BD7FCA020D_3_EE&tab=map&map=Warnings&zoom=7&lon=0.87&lat=52.30&fcTime=1358769660

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The thaw has set in now herein Ippy. Drip! drip! drip! And the snow dude's top half has fallen off. :(

It was lovely while it lasted.

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only if the temps drop will that be snow if it gets here,its too warm for snow atm .

i have 3.7 c,but it will be later in the day so who knows ?the edge of this band is already level with ipswich as it moves north ,i just noticed so i feel it will be further east than them charts above

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Foggy here, and temps around 1c with a very slight thaw.

I am assuming there are not going to be any surprises later with the band of sleet/snow in the south, in regards it pushing this far north into Cambs. ?

Have there been any predictions as to just how far north it will reach ?

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It does seem to be moving slow, hopefuly the temps will drop in time!

well it was 5.4 earlier,so they going down x

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That band is forecast to pivot, therefore although it looks like it wants to move North it will not.

The ppn will possibly track as far north as South London but will readily push N'Westwards.

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That band is forecast to pivot, therefore although it looks like it wants to move North it will not.

The ppn will possibly track as far north as South London but will readily push N'Westwards.

i tend to agree with that dexter. wait another 30 mins to see it trend further west. it could make more northern progress in which case the extreme south and southwest of the region has a chance of a swipe as it passes. currently unlikely to make any great difference to exiting surface conditions. however, its the surprise snowfalls that are the best ones !! bucks may be ok to receive a few cms - the further sw the better

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I'm very confident the main area won't hit us - what will be interesting to see is if there's any extra developments just north of the system (just to the E/SE of our locale) as the influence of the system edges into North Sea/Thames Estuary area. It's a long shot, but that's all any hopeful watchers can look for presently

SK

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Fog has hung around all day here so not much of a thaw, current Temperature 0.6 °C & Dew Point -0.1 °C so another cold night ahead !

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got a feeling for parts of this region(my area , yaa hoo) that the met office will be caught with their pants down

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Area of PPN looks a lot bigger than expected, and heavier too... What are temps like?

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still freezing here, just about -0.5 max temp has been zero. Got drips happening from the roof but nothing from the trees so far.

Looks like it's started just to the south of oxford.

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Even areas such as Brighton are reporting settling snow, so I wouldn't be too surprised to see some parts of this region see more settling, considering temps are lower across the area.

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In the SE thread they are getting very excited - there is a prediction of 7 inches for Bucks...

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Cant see much for this region still. Watch it pull WNW as the front tilts and fades on its Eastern edge

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Here is the 24 hour precipitation expected from the NMM model (12Z) smile.png

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