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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)  

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

 

wow! you did well.. weren't you cursing this cold spell :acute:  

 

edit.. I just spotted your other post.. you monkey!!

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As expected and predicted nothing here.There was a little bit of drizzle but been mainly dry here.Temp about 3.5 degrees. Glad a few on Forum got snow but looking at comments vast majority didn't. :fool: Here is hoping February brings us more luck.We really need East or North Easterly feed with no margainil lty to make this forum a happy place :)  

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Was snowing on and off when I left home with a temperature on 1.0C and depoint of 0C.

 

I'm now at work in Yarmouth and we have sleet on and off, but I'm watching the radar and my home has had bright echoes over it for the past 2 hours. I can guarentee it's snowing and I'm missing it all!! I just wonder if any is settling!?

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As expected and predicted nothing here.There was a little bit of drizzle but been mainly dry here.Temp about 3.5 degrees. Glad a few on Forum got snow but looking at comments vast majority didn't. :fool: Here is hoping February brings us more luck.We really need East or North Easterly feed with no margainil lty to make this forum a happy place :)  

 

Same here in Bromley too....some heavy spots of rain and a cool 3c ...estimate dew point at around 1c so the forecasted switch to a more Easterly based breeze later could lower the DP and enhance convection in to Kent and east London as it moves in off the estuary....seems to be a lot of convective activity in the Southern North Sea today as seen on the radar and causing the light snow/sleetfall on the South Essex coast from the southerly draw. 

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Was snowing on and off when I left home with a temperature on 1.0C and depoint of 0C.

 

I'm now at work in Yarmouth and we have sleet on and off, but I'm watching the radar and my home has had bright echoes over it for the past 2 hours. I can guarentee it's snowing and I'm missing it all!! I just wonder if any is settling!?

Don't worry Suffolkboy your not missing anything, its been pretty much snow/rain mix all morning and then when a heavy radar echo comes over a few minutes of big fat wet flakes, but then a return to snow/rain mix, its been fun to watch but never even starts to settle.

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Standing by the pre-school/ wind tunnel waiting for bubs to go into school it was a pretty cold breeze. Still overcast but nothing to show on radar, but TBH i'm glad i won't have to slip and slide over the paths when I go on the run back later.

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That precip in the English Channel looks to be intensifying slightly, the earlier GFS 06hrs run does develop some precip and runs this north in to the se corner, it shows up as a wintry mix.

 

Something to watch out for in future radar returns as to whether this intensifies further, snow wise with some elevation, perhaps the eastern Downs might see something.

 

If this survives it could work into eastern parts of Essex picking up a bit more moisture in the Thames estuary.

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Happy for the East Anglian folk...I didn't think any snow would reach you from yesterday's forecasts.....  up in the Chilterns, we did have snow forecast but just had drizzle...Mother Nature at her most fickle again, bless her! :)

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