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I think those going round in circles dissecting forecasts from different forecasters (or the same ones at different times) are just going to tie themselves in knots here. You're in the SE of England,

yeah she just text me the same-

Just had a peak at the 18z UKMO (meso) and it shows the centre of the small low moving SE across the Midlands around 3am then across SE England around 6am, sleet/snow showers swirling around this low

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Snow is much more likely to fall compared to last night with more favourable WBFL along with dew point & temp, it will struggle to reach 4c tomorrow and I assume those under precip the temp will be kept down, NMM is really going for it - I rate it highly, following last few days.

Let's hope so. Any chance of wet bulb getting down below 200m? Can't be naffed to try and calculate it.

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Let's hope so. Any chance of wet bulb getting down below 200m? Can't be naffed to try and calculate it.

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Yes the downs will be getting a covering!

See more here: http://www.weatheronline.co.uk/cgi-bin/expertcharts?LANG=en&MENU=0000000000&CONT=ukuk&MODELL=gfs&MODELLTYP=1&BASE=-&VAR=thfr&HH=12&ZOOM=0&ARCHIV=0&RES=0&WMO=&PERIOD=

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Thanks Daniel, that actually looks half decent for once. Will peer out the window when the kids inevitably wake me up in the small hours.
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In the last 4 years we have had some of the snowiest and coldest winters in recent times, it has certainly raised the bar, i can count on one hand the amount of times there was enough snow to make a snowball in my location from the mid 90's onwards, YES it can and does happen but its certainly not to be expected or something which happens often.

 

A few flakes of settling snow is great, anything extra is a bonus personally, while the uppers are in place during what is typically the coldest part of the year many suprises could be just around the corner and it seems the breakdown keeps getting pushed into FI.

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WBFL will chop and change, tomorrow midday for instance it becomes unfavourable for snow for most of our region, hence the forecasts for rain/sleet during the day

 

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Towards the evening things become favourable again. Sunday sees things become a little unfavourable but Monday onwards we should be all set. Until then, a mix of rain, sleet and snow.

 

One of these days we'll have an event that isn't marginal

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It does look like a streamer (possibly two) that is developing in the Irish Sea and hitting North wales in the Prestatyn area, with another possibly also forming in the Mersey and into Chester. Temperatures are dropping swiftly as well over much of the East of the country, so maybe worth keeping an eye on.

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It does look like a streamer (possibly two) that is developing in the Irish Sea and hitting North wales in the Prestatyn area, with another possibly also forming in the Mersey and into Chester. Temperatures are dropping swiftly as well over much of the East of the country, so maybe worth keeping an eye on.

Not quite sure where that blob is heading SE/SSE might glimpse past the far west of this region, say west of London, Scotland is also showing interest, radar is not that bad.

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they are worried in the SW thread that its tracking too southerly

I do not think so it is has a SE'ly element to it I'm going to catch some sleep... Worth a watch.

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Places to the West of our region and those in central Southern parts could fare quite well out of it. looks to be going SSE at the moment, but winds look to be turning more to the SE as it pushes down.

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Classic eh???

Lovely webcam link... properly shoving it down there! 


Many in Midlands reporting most heavy snowfall since 2013

I've set my alarm for 3:00

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I thought you'd crashed! Temptation too much to resist?  :D


It could just clip me here is West London!! Teeheehee

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Classic eh???

Lovely webcam link... properly shoving it down there! 

I thought you'd crashed! Temptation too much to resist?  :D

Lol yup I had a little peak and I thought oh well, there will be more sleeps to come. :D
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The kerbs are beginning to disappear... in the space of 5 minutes!! Just like looking out of the window isn't it??

 

Meanwhile the ppn is holding together very nicely indeed, let's hope it starts moving in a more SE'ly direction. 

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Well there goes my idea of having an early(ish) night!!! :D


Brilliant web cam. Many will wake in a few hours time startled with the amount of snow

 Isn't it great!!!


The surprise snowfalls are always the best.

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Well there goes my idea of having an early(ish) night!!! :D

 Isn't it great!!!The surprise snowfalls are always the best.

Quite apprehensive but excited, I'd like a further SE movement please...
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