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So i did not have to travel. I expect it will turn back to rain, but nice to see snow falling for a time!

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Maybe we’re just too far south. I think our best chances are with an easterly from a scandi high. This is just too marginal for us :( 

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Just now, Britneyfan said:

Pretty sure it will start as rain snow later 

It is snow here. I am not lying- granted i am on slightly higher ground here than most other people.

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Check the radar and the last few frames. It looks as though it will pivot and then head south 

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3 minutes ago, Bricriu said:

It is snow here. I am not lying- granted i am on slightly higher ground here than most other people.

Please edit your profile (top of web page) and add your location otherwise we don't know where "here" is. 

 

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15 minutes ago, John Michael How said:

Snow now sleety rain here right by the south side of the Thames! PROMISING 

Your location?

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Very sleety not far from snow I did not expected that so early..

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Just had what I can only describe as a short spell of incredibly fine snow here in Romford....settling readily on cars but melting as soon as it stopped.  Bodes well for later, hopefully :)

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Taken a short while ago and it's still snowing although radar seems stuck holding me right on a knife edge before slush and has been for the last 30 or 40 mins!

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Sleet here in North East Essex. Having to wait for passing cars as our streetlights are off until 5am.

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Snow line starting to be chased down from the South already so many places starting as snow make the most of it 👍

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8 minutes ago, Frostbite1980 said:

Snow line starting to be chased down from the South already so many places starting as snow make the most of it 👍

Why is that it finished 

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Still snow here and there is a covering, but looking at the radar I'm not sure if will stay as snow.:nonono:

 

Edit: If it does stay as snow then they'll be quite a bit as it's coming down pretty hard!

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1 minute ago, Swave Snow said:

Why is that it finished 

If you get a turn over to rain then you are waiting for the cold air to move back in a bit later hopefully but obviously this restricts the accumulations.

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Just now, Frostbite1980 said:

If you get a turn over to rain then you are waiting for the cold air to move back in a bit later hopefully but obviously this restricts the accumulations.

And from the way the low pressure is coming in on the sat could it maybe become a channel low 

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Just now, Swave Snow said:

And from the way the low pressure is coming in on the sat could it maybe become a channel low 

The further south the slider goes now the better but at this rate the snow/rain line will be across Beds in the next hour.

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Just woke up and checked outside. Dusting of snow on the roofs and trees but falling mostly as mushy sleet now here in NE London.

Such a shame, only about 15 miles south of the snow boundary!

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