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South West and Central Southern England Regional Weather Discussion 22/02/2018 Onwards


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4 minutes ago, Climate_Eyes said:

I'm sending them on down my friend, with strict instructions to pep up on arrival :D

Small flakes at present but the sky to my NE is looking pretty murky..

I’m ready. :clapping:

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Sod the snow, Tom Baker is trying to steal your car. 

I want to see this in the morning.  

Good afternoon all ,with the passing of my beautifull wife last Autumn things have been rather busy at home but now starting to quieten down ,so today i,v been for a great walk up local woods .with th

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2 snow showers just missed here, 1 scooted of over North Oxford and into West Oxford. The other went over South Oxford. We had a few flakes in the wind. big towering cumulonimbus clouds though!

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1 minute ago, shetland islands said:

My friend says they have around 20cm. Alderney has over a foot with higher drifts. Ironic that they have the highest totals so far across the UK.

Typical!!! But good for them!

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Met Office have delayed the arrival of the low from the South West.  Would you see that as an upgrade?  Does it indicate that it is starting to stall as it reaches the cold air?  I'm guessing the later it gets here, the more trouble it will have shifting the cold air?

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4 minutes ago, Georgie said:

nothing my side of WSM

Been snowing here for a while,  large flakes at times, I'm in the east side near j21

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Sun is out but still snowing a little. I feel a tad pathetic now as currently have BBC news24 on and a reporter is in N Yorks with a few inches of snow under foot:D

And now a reporter live from Ashford, Kent where it is a winter wonderland and still chucking it down:D

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Just now, Steve Caiels said:

Met Office have delayed the arrival of the low from the South West.  Would you see that as an upgrade?  Does it indicate that it is starting to stall as it reaches the cold air?  I'm guessing the later it gets here, the more trouble it will have shifting the cold air?

Graphics on News24 weather forecast just now look good for late Thurs into Friday, but Ireland looks like it'll get blasted.

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1 minute ago, Bristle boy said:

Sun is out but still snowing a little. I feel a tad pathetic now as currently have BBC news24 on and a reporter is in N Yorks with a few inches of snow under foot:D

And now a reporter live from Ashford, Kent where it is a winter wonderland and still chucking it down:D

I just watched some footage from North Kent and the intensity of it was insane.

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3 minutes ago, matt111 said:

Radar now showing 11:50 but looks dramatically different to 11:40. Not sure it’s right in what it’s showing. 

The 11:50 frame is from yesterday, not sure why it does that but it seems to happen a lot lately.

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