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Just another link-   The Euro4 model is the one my above post but will add again- For beginners use these 2 - you can just change the timelines with each model run ( some 2 hours after each run it

The front is now beginning to push in-   Watch out for the dewpoints to start dropping from the SE later in the eve,   There is a LOT of of PPN out in the channel arcing NNE ( NNN - even NNW)  

You sound like my ex

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Further light flurries in South a Benfleet, horrible cold, grey and damp day though. Give me a clear frosty morning any day

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Further light flurries in South a Benfleet, horrible cold, grey and damp day though. Give me a clear frosty morning any day

 

Bloody cold out too!  :cold:   :D Static at 1.9c, hopefully it doesn't sit there all day, I'd like to see some sun lol

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That depends where you are, there's a band of sleet/snow mix approaching SE London right now, although very light, no accumulation possible but you may see some flakes :)

Many thanks :0) am around catford sort of area so fingers crossed x

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Back from driving my girlfriend to Billericay, a horrendous drive with both the A12 and A130 closed in at least one direction due to accidents. The snow has melted mostly but still outbreaks of light to moderate sleet/wet snow. 

Rather bleak day, but it seems like many in the east have managed to see falling snow today which is something at least.

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well, this all seems ass' about face

 

yesterday was predicted those south of london town rain, all those north, a chance of snow (roughly speaking)

 

seems the opposite has happened, and fair enough, enjoy

 

 

 

cloudy, merky and dreary here.

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Looks like it is drying up from the south now. Suffolk and Norfolk could do very well as the precipitation is looking moderate to heavy in places and generally merging into a prolonged period of wintry precipitation.

Not sure what will happen down here now. If the wind is dry enough then we might start to see the sun come out. Or it may just stay grey and murky until Friday.

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still the odd flake here,sometimes i get 6 at a time, whey hey, :rofl:


Here is this morning's view from my window, I was only forecast drizzle. :wink::nonono:attachicon.gifimages.jpg

so not fair, the rate im going its going to take me a life time to get that amount  :D

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 Been bone dry here, never saw even one flake. A mate up the road just called to ask me where's the snow that I was going on about?...I will never learn to keep my mouth shut up the pub! :doh:

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Anyone know when the next "risk of a chance, of a marginal on off, slim percentage of joy" is ?

 

Not for a little while now I think the pattern is going to go more mobile some pretty nasty storms showing up too in FI... HOWEVER some models want us to go back into the freezer in early Feb..

 

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Anyone know when the next "risk of a chance, of a marginal on off, slim percentage of joy" is ?

January 10th 2016, the models are just firming up on the details. ;)

 

still the odd flake here,sometimes i get 6 at a time, whey hey, :rofl:

so not fair, the rate im going its going to take me a life time to get that amount  :D

Regarding that picture................I may have been slightly, extremely economical with the truth :oops::whistling:  I may have allegedly nicked it off the net. :vava:

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