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Southeast England & East Anglia - Weather Chat >> 1st March Onwards

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Welcome to meteorological spring

 

So will there be any snow this season? When will the first 20C maximum appear. Stay tuned to the models and find out.

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Hi all :)

Last chance saloon for wintry conditions -

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I'm going for the first 20oc to be end of April,

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Nice squall line developing http://www.raintoday.co.uk/

A band of heavy and possibly thundery rain is forecast to pass through later today. Behind this will be polar maritime air with the risk of heavy showers of a wintry mix for the first half of the week.

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Cheers Captain

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Just got noticeably darker wind picked up now blustery rain

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Heavy Rain, Blustery Winds, and Thunder and Lightning here in Barkingside East London 

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Heavy Rain, Blustery Winds, and Thunder and Lightning here in Barkingside East London

Likewise precip really ramped up to the west of London. :)

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Heavy Rain, Blustery Winds, and Thunder and Lightning here in Barkingside East London 

 

Heard it in Chadwell Heath.

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Just had thunder here,, no lightning tho

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5p size hailstones coming down! impressive storm this.

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Keep an eye on the graphics after it passed over east london, a friends weather station just received gusts of 70mph in last 5 mins, is this "bit more than a storm" ?  , just looked out the window and the back end of that front has storm force gusts.

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Been windy here all afternoon, Just seen the squall on radar, looks interesting. Also seems to be a second one forming, if that happens what will it fall as?

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It's a tad windy and rainy!

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Well it rained, and got windy, but had lost it's umph before it got here. So did what was behind.

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Saw an impressive rainbow this evening as the storm squall line went through. It was getting dark so orange skies to the west and a rainbow and lighning show to the east . My 2 year old daughter loved it and was full of questions . Was going to post at the time but was watching my team win the cup

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Well there was a 20 minute spell of torrential rain ad strong winds, then that was it, I guess it's the best way to push through a front, a quick spell of rain with clear skies on either side.

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Morning

Winters now officially over & it goes down as another shocker 2/10

Have a great year - heres to a hot summer.

S

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For anyone in the path of the rain cloud that has just crossed Milton Keynes:

The rain is falling as a blizzard at the back end of the cloud. Only lasts a few minutes though.

Apologies for the awful quality pic but it was just for proof.

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Sky was a strange colour here at first, a bit yellowy. Didn't see any snow :(

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