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1 minute ago, Ellozee said:

What I hope we are seeing as regards the radar stalling, is the warm air moving and manipulating the cold airmass it hits. As it is pushed further north, I'd expect snow to break out more widely, albeit stillmlightly in some places.

What I suspect I'm seeing is that I live TOO FAR EAST and will have diddly squat on top of my zilch. 

Still, I'm excited for whatever the day brings.

Deal, East Kent.

That's what I thinking, to far over, cracking end to winter though

Thanet -3.6c

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1 minute ago, Oaks said:

Morning everyone hope you're well, I was lurking this thread last night and decided to sign up this morning. Before I went to bed last night there was a lot excitement about this low system moving more to the east is that still the case ? 

Morning, whereabouts are you?

if you mention your location in your posts we can see where you are! 😃

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Light snow here in crowborough, sky looks full.of it but not expecting much until later 

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just in the ligher patch but not for long-

yellows building NE - ** could be a great day in the SE **

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3 minutes ago, A Wintry Mix said:

That's what I thinking, to far over, cracking end to winter though

Thanet -3.6c

Quite right too, lots of freezing weather and so late in the season. A memorable cold snap and I've seen falling snow a few times this week for the first time in years! Good show 17/18.

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1 minute ago, paget said:

Morning, whereabouts are you?

if you mention your location in your posts we can see where you are! 😃

Hi I'm in Sevenoaks, Kent the MetO for me are saying this is a non event, light snow today and overcast tomorrow

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Snowing heavily here, -4C, strong wind, absolutely freezing!

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Snow has picked up here in Hove but its barely made a dusting ...still lets see how the day pans out..hasnt got that same continental element and so.its stubborn to settle

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The other thing to say is its so nice to not need to worry about marginality for once!

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Heavy snow falling here in east Berkshire ❄️❄️

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Moderate snow here in the far west of the region. After a 4 hour spell of snow yesterday evening/night, there is drifting and scouring from the wind. Pretty localised as I understand but an outstanding period in my locale.

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4 minutes ago, John Stevens said:

Heavy now in the Surrey Hills. Clouds dark and heavy 

im in Dorking where are you?

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Another new joiner but have been following the boards for a while. 

 

A lovely steady but a fine snow fall occurring this side of Redhill/Reigate. 

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Just now, timboy666 said:

im in Dorking where are you?

Holmbury st Mary

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2 minutes ago, EML Network said:

Snow has picked up here in Hove but its barely made a dusting ...still lets see how the day pans out..hasnt got that same continental element and so.its stubborn to settle

Hoping that on the south-west Surrey and west-Sussex border, Horley doesn’t yet again find itself in the precipitation gap with a system approaching from the south and west 😂

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Light snow, getting heavier and dusting over the gaps left after yesterdays thaw :)

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Too many worrying that the current band over the south is it for today...

Look west of Bordeaux/Nantes (Bay of Biscay)...

 

Here is where the snow later today will arrive from. It looks showery for now but as it pushes up from the south and hits the block, it will begin to squash together and form a more organised band perhaps more intense than what we are seeing now. If nothing is showing at lunchtime... maybe then you can worry

 

Meanwhile light snow settling on Hastings seafront.

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5 minutes ago, CK1981 said:

Heavy snow falling here in east Berkshire ❄️❄️

You got some. Moderate in reading with a covering already. -4.8

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