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A new thread for a new week, with the burning question 'Is winter going to make its entrance?' on everyone's lips!

 

There's some hope that the next few days will see Tom's Snow Depth Cup began in earnest, so please carry on your weather related banter and musings here Posted Image

 

 

Old thread here ---------> http://forum.netweather.tv/topic/79172-south-east-east-anglia-regional-weather-discussion-210114/page-45

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We are quite lucky I think that this storm has come to very little here today. Flood Warnings and Alerts no longer in force round here. And as much as I would love snow I don't envisage a huge snow dump this side of the year.

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A new thread for a new week, with the burning question 'Is winter going to make its entrance?' on everyone's lips!

 

There's some hope that the next few days will see Tom's Snow Depth Cup began in earnest, so please carry on your weather related banter and musings here Posted Image

 

 

Old thread here ---------> http://forum.netweather.tv/topic/79172-south-east-east-anglia-regional-weather-discussion-210114/page-45

Yes I have just been checking the spreadsheets and the ftp loading to the web site, so fingers crossedPosted Image

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7c here

 

Obviously it should cool down somewhat tonight even with cloud cover, I heard someone in the MOD thread a few days ago saying that we will see a colder back edge to the precipitation, which will turn the rain to sleet or snow.

 

Pretty rare I heard 

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We are quite lucky I think that this storm has come to very little here today. Flood Warnings and Alerts no longer in force round here. And as much as I would love snow I don't envisage a huge snow dump this side of the year.

 

why?

 

We always used to have snowy feb/march

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Well the 06z snow accum, still favouring a drop of the white Gold for some of us.

 

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Hasn't stopped raining since I posted this morning.  I need to take the dog out sometime in the next 2 hours, so thought I'd check for updates here, and look at the radar on Rain Today.  Who'd have thought a dog walk would need such strategic planning.

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watching the  bbc news /they seem to be sure  easterly, snow  showers, for Thursday will see cant  wait  for country file weather  later

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BBC Weather showing heavy snow for the early hours IMBY...would make for an interesting drive to work in the morning Posted Image

lets  hope  should  be  fun in the  morning!!

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Hi folks, I just thought I'd share possibly the most dramatic picture from yesterday's storm which was posted to me by one of my followers on my weather page. 

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Just thought I would share with you the devastation that the squall line left behind yesterday in East Sussex. This is a picture of what is left of my Dads car after a freak gust of wind brought down a tree on his motor, miraculously my Dad was able to scrabble out of the wreckage with just cuts and bruises but it could have been a whole different story."

 

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https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=575168075909076&set=a.221519961273891.50855.221503444608876&type=1&theater

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Hi folks, I just thought I'd share possibly the most dramatic picture from yesterday's storm which was posted to me by one of my followers on my weather page. "HiJust thought I would share with you the devastation that the squall line left behind yesterday in East Sussex. This is a picture of what is left of my Dads car after a freak gust of wind brought down a tree on his motor, miraculously my Dad was able to scrabble out of the wreckage with just cuts and bruises but it could have been a whole different story."

 

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https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=575168075909076&set=a.221519961273891.50855.221503444608876&type=1&theater

Blimey what a lucky escape!
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