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my phone says it snowing. I have peeped out and it peeping aint.

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The lamp post outside my house conveniently decided to pack up the weekend, but after an email to the council concerning ‘safety’ oppose to saying I need it to work to see snow falling tonight, has just been fixed 😁 

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Just now, Dami said:

my phone says it snowing. I have peeped out and it peeping aint.

Put ya coat and gloves on then it will dam ...

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Just now, Snowflake Queen said:

Put ya coat and gloves on then it will dam ...

By the time i've decided which one it would of stopped anyway.

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Guys the trajectory of the blob means that unless it does a major swerve or falls to pieces on the western edge then more places will see snow tonight-

1.2c here already :)

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Some big old flakes falling in southend with partly cloudy skies, bizarre!

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2 minutes ago, Steve Murr said:

Guys the trajectory of the blob means that unless it does a major swerve or falls to pieces on the western edge then more places will see snow tonight-

1.2c here already :)

What do you make of this pepping up forecast with thunder and lightning steve

cheers

Edited by snowbob

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Had a few flakes here but skies not looking too great for anything much,clouds too thin and too many holes.

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Just now, Steve Murr said:

Guys the trajectory of the blob means that unless it does a major swerve or falls to pieces on the western edge then more places will see snow tonight-

1.2c here already :)

The trajectory of the blob haha

i do love weather geek talk 🤓

ps - even Brighton?! I see you are seeing some of the white stuff, loving the fact we are in with at least some action again 

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3 minutes ago, Steve Murr said:

Guys the trajectory of the blob means that unless it does a major swerve or falls to pieces on the western edge then more places will see snow tonight-

1.2c here already :)

Would that include NW London 

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That is if the blob actually makes it - i think the radar is on the whisky.

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An almost apologetic snowflake has just fallen in Moulton, Northants

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5 minutes ago, Steve Murr said:

Guys the trajectory of the blob means that unless it does a major swerve or falls to pieces on the western edge then more places will see snow tonight-

1.2c here already :)

Look North on the radar if anyone is concerned... Building nicely, moving South, so hopefully, as Steve said, it doesn't decay.

Looking good so far in my opinion. Keep an eye on the radar folks!

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9 minutes ago, lewis028 said:

The lamp post outside my house conveniently decided to pack up the weekend, but after an email to the council concerning ‘safety’ oppose to saying I need it to work to see snow falling tonight, has just been fixed 😁 

Buggered now. :D

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7 minutes ago, snowbob said:

What do you make of this pepping up forecast with thunder and lightning steve

cheers

Is that still in the forecast?

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6 minutes ago, Alpine glow said:

The trajectory of the blob haha

i do love weather geek talk 🤓

ps - even Brighton?! I see you are seeing some of the white stuff, loving the fact we are in with at least some action again 

 

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1 minute ago, Kent Blizzard said:

We could do with a snow map bring drawn up for the thread :D:D

Absolute agreement with that, would be great

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3 minutes ago, alexisj9 said:

Is that still in the forecast?

The stuff coming down the East Anglian coast looks good for us in an hour or so

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2 minutes ago, Kent Blizzard said:

We could do with a snow map bring drawn up for the thread :D:D

I agree but only if my location is in the snow risk zone! 😂😂

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so its look northeast atm for that moderate ppn to slowly sink southwards and maybe pepping up as it does this evening and overnight giving maybe 1cm widely over the warning zone to 1-4cm possible

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a few flakes falling in Southend, sadly still able to count each one....

FC

 

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Hopefully, the "blob" of ppn will keep building from the warmth of the N Sea and then get a hint of the NNE'ly wind over the SE to push further inland and so affect those of us further West in the region.

Screen Shot 2018-02-06 at 17.08.56.png

(EDIT: That blob is still building nicely, looking good for those in the East especially.)

Edited by Sno' problem
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