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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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still plenty of daylight here. First time since November that I haven't needed any light on yet at 4:30. Onwards and upwards! 

 

Been an interesting afternoon... with sun, torrential rain, sun and rain together...... neither at times. :cc_confused:  Feeling very cold in the wind which is still quite strong.

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After living on the coast for nigh 30 years last nights storm wasn't anything much, apart from a relaxing sound to drop off to sleep. To put in context, I slept though the great storm of the 80's as a child so if it got worst I doubt I would of heard it.

 

Chilly wind, a few light rain showers around, in fact it was much milder this morning than when I did the school run. If it snows this year here it'll be amazing.

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Reached a Max of 9.6 around 1pm today but dropped to just 5.3 now and the wind makes it feel a damn sight colder.Just need to have a couple of cold dry days to cool the ground and then the snow can come next week.Simples. 

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Rather windy afternoon here and feeling very cold with it, few showers across the day, dry and mainly clear now, expecting a cold night ahead.

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Meto Outlook for London & SE

 

Outlook for Saturday to Monday:

Cold with bright or sunny spells and scattered showers, occasionally heavy and wintry, especially on Saturday. Widespread overnight frost and icy patches.

Updated at: 1546 on Thu 15 Jan 2015

 

UK Outlook for Tuesday 20 Jan 2015 to Thursday 29 Jan 2015:

Cloud and rain, sleet or snow will gradually spread in from the west during Tuesday, with the risk of some snow accumulations inland, and heavy rain in the southwest. However, eastward progression of this system is uncertain, with eastern parts likely staying drier and brighter. It will also become windier, with gales on exposed coasts, and cold overnight with frost possible. Wednesday and Thursday should remain cold, with wintry showers, although these will gradually ease, with sheltered western parts turning drier. Rain remains most likely across the south, with central parts at greatest risk of seeing some snowfall. Into the weekend, drier conditions are likely to develop from the north, but staying cold. However more unsettled weather could return the following week, with temperatures rising nearer-normal.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast/u10k7ct3j
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I heard the squall come through about 3am here last night, it wasn't anything of note, all of last night wasn't very noteworthy around here, we had stronger winds on the weekend and we also had stronger winds this afternoon then last night.

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I would just like to say that after my mega ramping for storm rachel, i promise never ever to ramp again..........ever.

 

Wooohoooo, its going to SNOW and we will all be Buried by next friday :yahoo::cold::rofl:

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hi all still in Dublin, flying back tomorrow. Wind had been mad here, very nervous about flying tomorrow I'm hoping the wind will have died down. whats the outlook for next week? i have heard we may have snow in london?

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hi all still in Dublin, flying back tomorrow. Wind had been mad here, very nervous about flying tomorrow I'm hoping the wind will have died down. whats the outlook for next week? i have heard we may have snow in london?

Hi madmuch,

it is not looking bad the recent GFS hopefully its on its own, bear in mind this is 10 days out and it looking certain 7> cold spell even longer, I have noticed over the last few runs that the SE has been turned up a notch if you want some snow. With warmer DPs to the west of this region so potentially quite good place to see some snowfall. Regarding snow you may see some on weekend, been some upgrades. It really will help if you are a few miles inland away from coasts. Initially it might alternate between rain & snow. Further out looks better for something more decent. Btw yes it will have died down by then. :)

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So much for this more milder weather - already snow reported in the SW @ 200m ASL

Current obs: 7C with a -1C Dew Point

As you can see illustrated well by the below - cold air is back cleared the SE & adventure commences...

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Hi madmuch,

it is not looking bad the recent GFS hopefully its on its own, bear in mind this is 10 days out and it looking certain 7> cold spell even longer, I have noticed over the last few runs that the SE has been turned up a notch if you want some snow. With warmer DPs to the west of this region so potentially quite good place to see some snowfall. Regarding snow you may see some on weekend, been some upgrades. It really will help if you are a few miles inland away from coasts. Initially it might alternate between rain & snow. Further out looks better for something more decent. Btw yes it will have died down by then. :)

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