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I think it might be about to change a little for Ashford.   There has been a gap in the PPN but I think it’s filling in

 

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Very disappointed only had a dusting of snow before I went to bed nothing else

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Decent amount over Gillingham now. METO amber extended to midday as well means we have 6 more hours possibly. 

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1 minute ago, clark3r said:

Very disappointed only had a dusting of snow before I went to bed nothing else

Quite surprised as in Shoreham it has been coming down for a while now, about 3cm of lying snow.

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1 minute ago, Snow Queen one said:

There you go radar image.  Just looked out and we have approx 6 to 8in of snow here

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Show some picsvlol

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1 minute ago, Joe Watts said:

Quite surprised as in Shoreham it has been coming down for a while now, about 3cm of lying snow.

Very surprising working in portslade today so will be nice surprise for me 

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Are we expecting the wind direction to veer back to a more NE / E direction ? It's been N for hours. 

 

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4 minutes ago, Joe Watts said:

Quite surprised as in Shoreham it has been coming down for a while now, about 3cm of lying snow.

We just stayed in the path of streamer ,got lucky for once

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17 minutes ago, SLEETY said:

How’s the snow in Maidstone,any pics :)

Try to take some later. In bed again. Have u snow yet? Light stuff here heavy shower nearby but may missh? 

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Blimey what a load of rubbish . Even by the met office performance that is truly pathetic . Amber warning zone and not even s covering . I thought winds were supposed to turn east ? The whole lot heads to Kent really ??? . Looks like a day in sodding Croydon on trains . Total crap 💩 

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Absolutely nothing in Lee Green. Enjoy whatever you have.

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10 minutes ago, The Whiteman said:

Try to take some later. In bed again. Have u snow yet? Light stuff here heavy shower nearby but may missh? 

About a cm but looks beautiful so nice and dry,wish we had this once every winter ,not every  20 years sadly:nonono:

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It's great to see some areas get a good snowfall overnight but for the majority of us this is turning into a major disappointment

For me

  • I thought they were supposed to be dream synoptics, I just can't see how they were
  • I thought it was supposed to be windy, it certainly isn't here
  • I thought it was supposed to be unusually cold, it isn't
  • I thought there were supposed to be widespread heavy showers merging into bands of snow - there hasn't been

So what went wrong or was it just over hyped?

 

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morning! still snowing here, and the showers are slightly better placed it seems?

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Well temps are about 8 or so degrees below normal,so it is unusually cold ,by a big margin ,lol

showers are just hit and miss I’m afraid,only 1 cm here ,Maidstone 10cm is it ? OR more ? :clap:

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About an inch in Hailsham but nothing since yesterday evening. 

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-3C here with clear skies, no snow at all after a few showers yesterday. See what today brings, looks like it’ll be sunny so that will be nice. Could do with a more organised trough or front to give areas W of London some snow, that looks unlikely though. The low for the end of the week doesn’t look like bringing much milder air in now, could be some more persistent snow then?

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Very cold here this morning (-5c) but dry with nothing falling overnight.

I don’t expect to see much at all today west of the capital.

Nice to see some have snow to enjoy though 😊

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1 minute ago, CK1981 said:

Very cold here this morning (-5c) but dry with nothing falling overnight.

I don’t expect to see much at all today west of the capital.

Nice to see some have snow to enjoy though 😊

Very chilly this morning! Everything will be white....with frost, lol. Oh well. Very happy for all the lucky ones that have snow, enjoy! Keep the pics coming.

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About 4 inches in Tunbridge Wells, still snowing! 

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Lovely to wake up to 4/5 inches this morning. So gutted for others that haven’t been lucky yet. There still time so fingers crossed for you all 🤞🏻🤞🏻🤞🏻🤞🏻

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A little dusting for us in Burgess Hill, Not enough for a snow day but alas it's better than nothing!

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A pretty dusting but that’s all in Reigate... sounds like many kentimetres have fallen overnight elsewhere!

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