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Stop moaning snow freek. At least you have seen snow falling unlike some of us who may not see anything at all from this low. And winter has only just started so how can you comment on only having a

Scenes of late Autumn from the area in the last week.     Will there be more wintry scenes to photograph in our locality soon? 

hi all   tonight   a weak south easterly flow   as been spotted watch for mist and fog   temps around 6-8 degrees but where you get a clearance (west and north west of london more likely) te

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DP +1.0C much more like it :whistling: conditions becoming favourable as ever will we get any PPN?

We have sleet here!!

Sleeting here too :w00t: :smiliz19: Never thought I'd be glad to see sleet! :cold: Still very windy here!

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Appears to be a heavier arm of precip forming North of Cambridge to Kings Lynn heading South and East.

Do you think it will get this far south or head through Suffolk to the North Sea?

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Funny finding myself watching the SE of England at the moment, all the other Scots have gone to bed! Quite an interesting drop in temps with you guys.

We never sleep. 

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Blinking council haven't made lampost watching easy this year now turning them off at midnight!!

eh, what? That actually happens? Most illuminating this thread (pardon the accidental pun).

We moan when the pavements of small side streets aren't gritted and cleared of snow, can only image the reaction if the street lights were turned off!

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Funny finding myself watching the SE of England at the moment, all the other Scots have gone to bed! Quite an interesting drop in temps with you guys.

Welcome to the marginal region Rab, see how excited we get with a wee touch of sleet?!?!?!? :D

Very gusty again here, but although the temps are dropping nicely, there is minimal ppn in my part of the woods.

Need the low to stall over the hook of Holland and some convection off the North Sea! (We can dream can't we?) :D

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Welcome to the marginal region Rab, see how excited we get with a wee touch of sleet?!?!?!? :D

Very gusty again here, but although the temps are dropping nicely, there is minimal ppn in my part of the woods.

Need the low to stall over the hook of Holland and some convection off the North Sea! (We can dream can't we?) :D

Many thanks, I rarely venture much out of the Scottish thread - in the model thread now and then for a post or two - but the SE of England always has a place in my heart as my auntie and uncle moved there when they were 17 / my cousins are from there.

Edit: Speaking of excitement, my eldest cousin was up here from the SE for the late Dec cold spell of '95 when it was below -20'C - I was only a child at the time but I still remember him absolutely buzzing while taking me sledging!

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eh, what? That actually happens? Most illuminating this thread (pardon the accidental pun).

We moan when the pavements of small side streets aren't gritted and cleared of snow, can only image the reaction if the street lights were turned off!

Yep, they turn mine off around 12:00 too. 

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Many thanks, I rarely venture much out of the Scottish thread - in the model thread now and then for a post or two - but the SE of England always has a place in my heart as my auntie and uncle moved there when they were 17 / my cousins are from there.

Edit: Speaking of excitement, my eldest cousin was up here from the SE for the late Dec cold spell of '95 - I was only a child at the time but I still remember him absolutely buzzing while taking me sledging!

Well I happen to be from there originally, so it seems that us Jocks seem to move between the two! 

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eh, what? That actually happens? Most illuminating this thread (pardon the accidental pun).

We moan when the pavements of small side streets aren't gritted and cleared of snow, can only image the reaction if the street lights were turned off!

Yes all side roads go off at 00hrs - 6am (I think) its horrible and not to mention dangerous!

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im seeing alot of distant lightning south east of brighton area... any one else getting this?, no strikes on any of the lightning maps?

Not seeing anything here, has the wind picked up by you?

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