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Your all taking to much notice of these weather apps. They are next to useless and not meant for enthusiasts like us with time better spent on looking at radars and temperature gauges. My own take is

There's quite a rash of showers over Japan, they might make it this far?

Good morning everyone .  Just before I post  The amazing to weather phenomena that I've witnessed this morning ,  I'd like to say Ian Ferguson  if you read this and see this picture you have

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Morning DB. The lack of posts says it all really... 2.3c here, held steady all night by the looks of things. Think even our flurry risk has disappeared has it not? 

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Morning all, a grey, overcast, cold morning here. Temp is -1.3 with a 'feels like' temp of -4.1 and I'd say it definitely does feel that cold, it's blinkin freezing outside. Not looking forward to being outside in it all day :cold: If this is as good as it gets with an easterly, then roll on spring I say.

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1 minute ago, jethro said:

Morning all, a grey, overcast, cold morning here. Temp is -1.3 with a 'feels like' temp of -4.1 and I'd say it definitely does feel that cold, it's blinkin freezing outside. Not looking forward to being outside in it all day :cold: If this is as good as it gets with an easterly, then roll on spring I say.

Yes not very inspiring.. couple of snow grains floating about and heating up to warp 9 this morning. :D I mean full I think binge watching star trek next gen is getting to me. :rofl:

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6 minutes ago, offerman said:

Was continual snow grains in Frome on way in to work this morning. 

With nothing on radar thats best we can hope for it is a shame because ppn on east coast looks quite impressive this morning but no where near reaching us sadly :nonono:

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2 minutes ago, jtay said:

Here's your problem with a non beastly easterly for us...

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Bob on 2.2C the last 12hrs = Dull.

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Yup my station report looks similar, in fact it's 0.3C COLDER here than where you are! 

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8 minutes ago, Dorsetbred said:

Yup my station report looks similar, in fact it's 0.3C COLDER here than where you are! 

A proper beastily would at least freeze the ground solid but my water butt out back looks very fluid still. cant even get an ice day at near 300m :nonono:

Temperature has crept up and is now 0.0c exactly

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7 minutes ago, karlos1983 said:

Drizzle in Chichester 

Careful you don't get drizzled in now :nonono:this is after all the apex of this cold spell... stay safe.

Ice day gone 0.1c

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Hoping as this crosses my area later on it gives a dusting - should get a little colder as it reaches the west country

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Looks very very light though

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Ice crystals/sleet falling for most of the morning here. At times there was brief snow showers with varying sizes of snowflakes.  PPN to the NE looks decent, however it arrives when I'm out the county, so good luck to all today/tonight! 

PS: While I was writing this, it started to snow a bit more heavily (small flakes)

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1 minute ago, Panayiotis said:

Ice crystals/sleet falling for most of the morning here. At times there was brief snow showers with varying sizes of snowflakes.

PS: While I was writing this, it started to snow a bit more heavily (small flakes)

yep am in reading too and some flakes floating in the breeze.

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Just now, Dorsetbred said:

Where's frosty hollows when we need her, predictive radar shows her area being very close to the "pink" precip mapping. General direction and isobar mapping and predictive radar suggest the wallowing white precip area to crawl across Oxford, Swindon, Bristol, and remain to our north..

Looks like it is starting to weaken & dissipate though.

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25 minutes ago, AWD said:

Looks like it is starting to weaken & dissipate though.

Yup, considering it's original strength as it came ashore, it is definitely weakening, and could fizzle long before it reaches western areas..

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Had a small amount of 'snizzle' around 12.30pm. Only lasted half an hour. Now it's sunny and the temp has shot up to 4c! Supposed to get some snow tomorrow, but of course by then it will be too warm for snow. Grrr!

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