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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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A few light clouds in the distance from out of the front door, out the back, i can see loads of stars, ive not seen this many stars in ages, all can change very quickly

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Missing me right on the coast as per usual lol, its ok i have some fake expanding snow from xmas might have a play with that. So good to be back on here:-)

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Showers of hail, sleet and snow on Tuesday evening and overnight are likely to leave a covering of snow of 3 - 6 cm in places, especially on ground over 100 m but also locally to lower levels too, whilst 10 cm or so could settle above 300 m. This is most likely to occur in the west of the yellow area, with the high ground of Wales, the moors of SW England, the Mendips and Cotswolds at greatest risk of snow accumulations. A lower risk exists across southeast England early on Wednesday morning. Icy stretches will also form on untreated surfaces. The public should be aware of the risk of tricky driving conditions.

This is an update to extend the warning area further east across southern and southeast England.

Local Authorities affected and associated warning levels

Hampshire, Oxfordshire, Reading, West Berkshire, Wokingham, Southampton, Bracknell Forest, Portsmouth, Surrey, West Sussex, Isle of Wight, East Sussex, Windsor and Maidenhead, Greater London, Kent, Buckinghamshire, Brighton and Hove

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/warnings/#?tab=warnings&regionName=se&fcTime=1421107200

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Things are looking good the only downer is that it will be a long night

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Updated EURO4

Showers merging into longer spells of snow impacting the SE in the early hours

Many of you should expect the first flakes since 2013 - downs is the place to be

Dusting for low ground few cm for the uplands we will see :wink:

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3.4oC going by the shed remote sensor this evening, had to nip out earlier and it felt nippy then.  Rain has finally moved on, leaving calmer and clear conditions.

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Things are looking good the only downer is that it will be a long night

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Updated EURO4

Showers merging into longer spells of snow impacting the SE in the early hours

Many of you should expect the first flakes since 2013 - downs is the place to be

Dusting for low ground few cm for the uplands we will see :wink:

Another upgrade for the South East....Happy Days!

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So happy to see some snow on the forecast. Met office says light snow 4-7 and then 7-8 heavy snow. I wonder how accurate it is.

 

Do you think they'll be enough snow for the schools to have to close?

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So happy to see some snow on the forecast. Met office says light snow 4-7 and then 7-8 heavy snow. I wonder how accurate it is.

 

Do you think they'll be enough snow for the schools to have to close?

In a word NO, any settling snow will only be over high ground in The Chilterns etc...

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So happy to see some snow on the forecast. Met office says light snow 4-7 and then 7-8 heavy snow. I wonder how accurate it is.

 

Do you think they'll be enough snow for the schools to have to close?

We could get 1/2 cm and the schools will close LOL.Think you will be ok but next week is one to look out for.Keep tuned to NWF for updates-Best place to be.

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Looks like the downs will get a few cm tonight, I would say about 10-15cm in the most elevated areas, but temperatures are going to be 8-9 tomorrow so I can't see any lying snow lasting long

Some incredible models from the GFS(P) and ECM though, so tonight is just a little taster of what's to come

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Tonight, looks like showers will make it into the region.

Temperatures

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Look close to freezing

Dew points are around -1C

so the showers should fall as snow, especially over higher ground.

So radar watching, the showers will become more likely to fall as snow as the night progresses. Hope many of you get a dusting. Might even get a little here :)

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