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2 minutes ago, Daniel* said:

Nice trough feature for Saturday hmmm spanning England. Should pep up the showers & increase the chance of more general precipitation...

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heavier drizzle, can't wait:wallbash:

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It's settling now 

I think snow chances this evening for most of us that live at low-levels will depend very much on how quickly the colder and drier arctic air undercuts the rain from the NW - which will relate to how

I've only just realised what a bunch of nutters we all are lol. All this drama for a 'bit' of snow .... I've spent hours if not days n days watching all this unfold .....Now all I'm left with is about

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2 hours ago, snowray said:

12z out. Unfortunately that hole in Saturdays PPN just wants to get bigger over the SE.:( Was thinking best place might be up towards Buxton, might go for a drive up that way.

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That PPN looks like it wants to flirt with my area but it's bound to change anyway.

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2 hours ago, snow freak said:

what a waste of an easterly.  we wait all winter to finally get one and when we do, it gives us nothing but cold and grey.  I'm sure easterlies always used to be a certain guarantee of intense cold and snowy weather or it seemed to be.  Our weather is falling apart these days.  We can't even get decent summers either, just constant Autumn.

I Like your post, it is so true, Easterlies always gave snow in February especially in the south east.

Surely climate change or Global warming call it what you like is totally to blame.

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18 minutes ago, Daniel* said:

Nice trough feature for Saturday hmmm spanning England. Should pep up the showers & increase the chance of more general precipitation...

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Anyone know of a web site where you cam see archive charts same type as these with the fronts, highs and lows etc?

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Well another dull day with a throw in of drizzle,feels like i should be in my garden soon planting, more like spring than winter, just ordered some new jumpers :cold:, maybe send them back for rain macs, should know better by now :D, but winter isnt over yet, still could get a surprise, you never know, never say never as they say,:)

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Latest BBC London news weather with Helen willets:

Tonight: "Light wintry showers moving in, don't be surprised to see a CM here and there"

Tomorrow: "Wintry showers especially in morning and feeling colder"

Friday night: "A real chance of seeing more snow moving in" 

"we have something more organised coming in off the North Sea spreading across the region"

Saturday:

"A CM or 2 especially over the chilterns, areas to east turning back to rain"

Probably the most positive TV forecast I've seen during this dire cold spell 

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26 minutes ago, DonnaThw said:

Its very very cold here, just looked at the BBC app and it has said snow from 17.00hrs tomorrow till 11.00hrs sat. Fiiinnnnngggeeerrrrssss crossed 

Please update to show your location otherwise nobody knows where "here" is

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1 hour ago, jodaw84 said:

Please stay like this!!!! ❄️ Fri night/Sat morn

 

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East Kent may end up being the honey pot, think there might be some heavier PPN around near the center of the little low thats forming.:)

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45 minutes ago, DonnaThw said:

Its very very cold here, just looked at the BBC app and it has said snow from 17.00hrs tomorrow till 11.00hrs sat. Fiiinnnnngggeeerrrrssss crossed 

Sorry very new here.  From Rye Sussex 

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Its been jolly raw in Seaford today, and so dull. But very little wind.

Just seen the latest local forecast for the south east, things will be less cold Saturday and Sunday as the wind backs to the south east. With sea temps at or around 9C. now that should bring temps back up. Hopefully a breeze may just break this dull low grey cloud.

Good Health to you all and have a nice weekend.

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1 minute ago, CK1981 said:

Has anyone noticed a couple of showers developing in the Thames estuary? Maybe we will see a few surprises later if these expand.

Yes I noticed them too. Showers really picking up also North of the Norfolk Coast and towards the Wash too, seems to be a straight easterly now.

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My predictions for the forthcoming snow: depths by midday Saturday

Sweetspot - east Kent Downs north of Folkestone/Dover - up to 10 cms in areas 150m +

0-50 metres SE generally 0-3 cms.

50-150 m east Kent 2- 7 cms

SWW to follow from Met O around midday tomorrow.

Whether Idle.

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10 minutes ago, snowray said:

Yes I noticed them too. Showers really picking up also North of the Norfolk Coast and towards the Wash too, seems to be a straight easterly now.

Like I said radar has been breaking all day and isn't showing the precip actually over north Norfolk, we've been getting near constant light snow for two hours now.. if these get heavier it could amount to a small accumulation and some local disruption.. correct me if I'm wrong but meto haven't put a warning out for this but did last time with it being more way more marginal then now? 

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Living on a hill I'm noticing how icy it's getting underfoot now..

if it settles now it'll settle onto ice which will make it more dangerous then first meets the eye

and if it doesn't the ice will just get worse..

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40 minutes ago, CK1981 said:

Has anyone noticed a couple of showers developing in the Thames estuary? Maybe we will see a few surprises later if these expand.

Yes. It's rain a little bit of sleet now and then. Dire.

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