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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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One thing a true weather enthusiast would never say  :wink:

 

Do you have no preferred weather type then, with this statement?

 

For the record, my worst weather type is North Sea haar, but I'd definitely consider myself an enthusiast.

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Do you have no preferred weather type then, with this statement?

 

For the record, my worst weather type is North Sea haar, but I'd definitely consider myself an enthusiast.

 

I do have a preferred weather type, Thunderstorms, but there isn't any type of weather that i don't like and think is awful.

 

I suppose when we get one of the HP systems that brings grey clag for week after week, i find myself hoping it will move on to bring something different, but i don't dislike it, its weather and thats what i love.

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I do have a preferred weather type, Thunderstorms, but there isn't any type of weather that i don't like and think is awful.

 

I suppose when we get one of the HP systems that brings grey clag for week after week, i find myself hoping it will move on to bring something different, but i don't dislike it, its weather and thats what i love.

 

The lack of sunshine definitely affects my mood, so I really dislike the North Sea muck type of weather. I actually wonder what I'd have thought of Feb 1947, which was notably sunless in our area. I guess the brightness of the snow would have more than made up for the grey skies though. :)

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Not a nice day sleety rain the worst kind, thames estuary done Essex good. Shame it was not 1-2C degrees colder, little underwhelmed really, the models do have a habit of overdoing it.

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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.

 

Just phoned home and apparently it did settle earlier today and is still snowing very lightly now. Melting though. Going to be very icy underfoot tonight when the sky clears!

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*Blob alert* dew points are a tad too high here 1C but temperature is alright I suppose.

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The precipitation over Norfolk/Suffolk is it producing something wintery? :)

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*Blob alert* dew points are a tad too high here 1C but temperature is alright I suppose.

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The precipitation over Norfolk/Suffolk is it producing something wintery? :)

Yes it has been snowing on and off all day and settling in the heavier outbursts. According to the radar the precp has moved further North now up into Norfolk and looks to have intensified.

Temp 1 and DP 0 here now. Temp has been 0 or 1 all day and DP -1 to 0 to 1 and now back to 0. BTW here is West Suffolk Great Waldingfield nr Sudbury.

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*Blob alert* dew points are a tad too high here 1C but temperature is alright I suppose.

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The precipitation over Norfolk/Suffolk is it producing something wintery? :)

 

hopefully it'll reach here too.. meanwhile, the gfs gives us another shot of snowfall for saturday morning

 

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We have an E'ly might help in getting an colder continental flow the thing is it is the continent is not exactly cold, as illustrated by colder dps near eastern fringes, Kent. It is feasible we may get some flurries.

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everything appears to be moving nww south of london now on the radar.. i've got a little blob heading my way - will it be snow though!?

Most likely a sleety mess what is your dew point? ENE wind running through Gravesend one can dream...

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