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Very knife edge going by the EURO4 12z wonder what will arise in the morning. Places such as Reading, Oxford to the W of London along M4 corridor might strike "gold" several cm of snow can be expected here if showers merge into longer spells of snow, but there's quite a lot of uncertainty regarding whom will get what. Fax definitely sniffs the potential oh boy!! must refrain from using potential.

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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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Yeah currently looks like those to West and North West of London and with elevation have best chance of seeing snow that lies.However,would not be surprised to see places like Biggin Hill ,Knockholt have snow that may whiten the ground.Hopefully,tomorrow's events are the starter.The main course for the SE will be early next week onwards. Just need good morning runs tomorrow from GFS,ECM and UKMO lol!!We are due a bit of luck in snow starved SE as it has been nearly 2 years since a lot of us have seen snow.Good luck to those that see snow tomorrow. Nighty nite!!

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Very knife edge going by the EURO4 12z wonder what will arise in the morning. Places such as Reading, Oxford to the W of London along M4 corridor might strike "gold" several cm of snow can be expected here if showers merge into longer spells of snow, but there's quite a lot of uncertainty regarding whom will get what. Fax definitely sniffs the potential oh boy!! must refrain from using potential.

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Thanks for sharing! Heres hoping, will keep you guys updated as your most western member in here! lol

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I may have to backtrack on my words this morning about I'm not looking too far ahead at this stage, i.e i meant the weekend+ HOWEVER something interesting could be brewing Monday morning, wouldn't surprise me just in time for rush hour traffic in our neck of the woods.

 

Very interesting few days coming up  :gathering:

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Thanks for sharing! Heres hoping, will keep you guys updated as your most western member in here! lol

Still looking good for you.

I see a pink blob in the South East of all places? let's open a bottle of champagne. :drinks:

Realistically I think the optimum time for snowfall, would be around morning rush hour circa 6am. It's quite interesting just a little to our west might be get a decent dumping. We're on the eastern fringes. I would suggest you to keep your eye on the radar this is nowcasting, with troughs about expect, the unexpected. :spiteful:

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i'd settle for seeing some big flakes of snow falling with a covering! These events as you say are expect the unexpected, we have missed out on these before by several miles and also hit the jackpot when we weren't forecast a lot. A interesting day to unfold!

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BBC weather had me down for ice in the morning, but snow was not mentioned, think I will just get rain with maybe some sleet at most, certianly not expecting anything significant or if I did it would not settle, but hey I like to be proven wrong once in a while.

 

Tomorrow will tell.

 

Night all

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i'd settle for seeing some big flakes of snow falling with a covering! These events as you say are expect the unexpected, we have missed out on these before by several miles and also hit the jackpot when we weren't forecast a lot. A interesting day to unfold!

Looking good for your area IMO! not so sure about Cardiff, i'm quite a few miles inland if that helps haha!

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Looking good for your area IMO! not so sure about Cardiff, i'm quite a few miles inland if that helps haha!

I reckon you might see some snow. Further inland the better and with elevation.

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I'm hoping the meto office extend the warnings to cover more Eastern areas also, gives us all something to watch/observe...but it'll be interesting viewing anyway.

 

Not only that but the fruit on offer for Monday (19th) will have a warning out by Wednesday if the models continue to show it  :gathering:  :help:

It was this time frame that was mentioned after Boxing Day if you remember....Nice to see the models going for something even though as always there is plenty of chopping and changing.

 

With all the interest in snow/sleet let's not forget what's right under our noses...Wind, Rain and lots of it !!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Did anyone see that lovely Countryfile jet stream heading south next w/e? Almost brought tears to my eyes. And I've got 1000 litres of oil for 39p a litre coming

Happy days are here again.

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Been rather windy here all evening, really starting to roar at the min, nothing special though according to the met obs. 

Well all talk is about  tomorrow and Wednesday/Thursday, but it is no 'walk in the park' out there at the moment, :shok:

 

Can hear the rain hitting the house here that wind!!

 

strong winds and torrential rain hammering against the window here too.

 

Did anyone see that lovely Countryfile jet stream heading south next w/e? Almost brought tears to my eyes. And I've got 1000 litres of oil for 39p a litre coming

Happy days are here again.

There are rumours of easterlies :crazy: you must do well with snow from them in your location. What about northerlies?

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Still raining heavy here, the wind has calmed a little. Just seen the BBC weather, the snow looks like it is more for Buckinghamshire  and especially over the Chilterns where there will be a covering. The London area will get sleety wet stuff that won't stick. :nonono::angry::cray: AMANDA 2012, have a great wedding day tomorrow and whatever the weather, I hope it doesn't spoil your big day. GOOD LUCK AND STAY SAFE! :gathering:

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