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Roger J Smith

Possible snowfall event southeast England late Thursday 12th January

GFS guidance indicates low pressure developing rapidly in a cold unstable northwesterly flow with the low set to emerge from formation over south-central England into the Dover straits and then into Belgium. Seems like a scenario where 2-5 cm of snow could develop rather quickly with gusty west to northwest winds blowing it around. Thoughts? Already discussed somewhere else? (can't seem to find a discussion). 

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Here Roger 

 

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Oh thanks, I had the feeling it would be under discussion but I was looking in this sub-forum. Well, mods may want to terminate this or use it to promote discussion of the snowfall potential. I think it will bring a brief but heavy period of snow that may amount to 5 cm on higher ground in Kent and Surrey, generally 2 cm in most of the southeast and East Anglia. 

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Thanks Roger. I will lock this thread so as to avoid the confusion of people are posting in two places. Feel free to post your thoughts in the thread Jo has mentioned above.

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