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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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Just got back from work.

 

Been to Ipswich, Chelmsford and Epping. Been a mixture of rain sleet and snow. There was some accumulation along the A414 and the M11 at Stanstead  Airport. It's just typical that the ppn had to turn back to rain :nonono:

 

Look forward to some more snow. :D

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Freshly updated NMM 12z is good if snow is what you're lookimg out for. :)

http://www.meteociel.fr/modeles/wrfnmm.php?ech=19&mode=1&map=330

Yeah bank that lol! Gives a few hours of snow for pretty much the lot of us :)

Comment our warm sectors if the low moves to far west is true.. And a fair point but I think with the cooler uppers setting up and better conditions tonight any pesky warm sectors should stay away :)

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If this event wasn't so marginal, we'd be seeing similar scenes to January 2003. The parameters look very similar indeed, it's just the temps and dew points need to be lower. Here's hoping for tonight.

 

When the second load of snow came that night in Jan 2003, it only lasted about an hour, but is one of the best snowfalls I have ever seen. 

Here is a pic of the next morning in Huntingdon.

 

Hearing snow blowing against the windows like sand is a great sound!

 

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I don't want it to snow. My dearest beloved mother is in hospital with heart failure not likely to make it. Snow will always have negative connotations for me.

Instead of being a joy, it will be e heart ache. Just not now.

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The best snowfalls IMO are tend to be the unexpected ones.

This tweet got my attention: @PiperLiam On and off for the next few hours. Overnight, perhaps some more significant snow moving Southwards through Colchester.

Of course this based on Essex but I'd assume the wider region will also benefit.

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I cant see anywhere west of East Sussex getting anything tonight, showers will filter in down the east of the country but they wont push to far inland

There's an organised band of precipitation working down the country tonight. Exact position unknown .

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There's an organised band of precipitation working down the country tonight. Exact position unknown .

 

 

I dont think thats the case, I believe its all the showers off the coast further up north drifting down the eastern side, some may make it further inland but the majority will be towards the eastern coasts

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I don't want it to snow. My dearest beloved mother is in hospital with heart failure not likely to make it. Snow will always have negative connotations for me.

Instead of being a joy, it will be e heart ache. Just not now.

I know how fell I lost my mum on fed 2 6 years a go and it seems to always snow when I lost her
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