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7 minutes ago, steveinsussex said:

Brighton folks, please let us know the updates over the next hour

Nothing as yet.....

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1 minute ago, D.V.R said:

find your location on the radar/map and you'll see if any snow is over your area.

we are also expecting some more snow tomorrow, especially afternoon and into the evening.

Hi 

where is the snow expected today tomorrow going to originate?? 

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We have snow over us on radar in the worthing area but none seems to be actually falling in my area 🤔 just slight windy

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Incidentally, it was interesting driving from West London down to East Sussex just now. Lovely snow covered scenery all the way, with some notable features:

- Consistent if thin covering everywhere coming down to the M25 at junction 9.

- Good rate of snowfall in Surrey and up to about junction 8.

- Notable patch of no snow coming along the M25 somewhere around junction 7 or the M23. Only brief spell with snowless fields - I'm guessing this is near where the West Sussex moaners of the last few days live...

- Beautiful sight coming closer to Sevenoaks and over the Downs into Medway as our snowy corner opened up in front of me.

- And finally, a surprising amount of snow at destination (near Bewl > near T Wells). About to go measure, but looks well over half a foot. Fully white lanes, some amazing drift formations and cornices in some exposed places by roads and on embankments close to home.

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Very windy in Seaford, small flakes for the past half an hour but they are looking very "wet" looks like it's either gonna continue being snow or freezing rain.. 

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Just now, paget said:

Hi  

where is the snow expected today tomorrow going to originate?? 

from storm emma coming from france

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7pm radar - things continue nicely

Heavier snow in brighton soon!

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Few flakes blowing about now in northiam,hoping the ppn keeps building and intensifying

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Just now, Steve Murr said:

7pm radar - things continue nicely

Heavier snow in brighton soon!

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How far NE into our region will this get do you recon? Seems to be struggling a bit.

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Just now, DonnaThw said:

Under it and nothing

maybe the wind's blowing it away:pardon:

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Is it still making eastward advances? 

 

Im under green in N Kent - nothing coming out of the sky

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1 minute ago, Steve Murr said:

7pm radar - things continue nicely

Heavier snow in brighton soon!

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Steve, do we have a chance of some heavy snow in Watford? Cheers

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Nothing in Eastbourne despite being in the pink for over an hour now.

 

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3 minutes ago, D.V.R said:

from storm emma coming from france

Still, ok lovely thanks 

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14 minutes ago, Paul Sherman said:

Anyone who follows our summer Thunderstorm plume threads should never give up hope with the weather and precip moving up from France.

A few years back everyone in the West Country were celebrating a rash of Storms that were in Biscay and 8 hours later the SE got slammed all unforecasted

Expect the Unexpected :rofl:

Yeah this has reminded me so much of a southerly plume, especially the track the precip up from France and seeing how it evolves!

Can't complain with how things have gone thus far though!

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Certainly intensifying as it heads across the channel and widening too, if it stalls over the South it could be a 12 - 18 hour blizzard. Something we haven't seen since 1978/79

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About 10m North of Brighton, nothing in the air at the moment.................

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3 minutes ago, Steve Murr said:

7pm radar - things continue nicely

Heavier snow in brighton soon!

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The Met Office have so messed this up.

Amateur forecasters on here proving, again, that they are more on the ball than the paid professionals in Exeter.

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Doesn’t appear to be moving further east at all now

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1 minute ago, paget said:

Still, ok lovely thanks 

you're welcome:hi:

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Just now, West is Best said:

The Met Office have so messed this up.

Amateur forecasters on here proving, again, that they are more on the ball than the paid professionals in Exeter.

But worrying though if people are in it or under it and reporting nothing falling?! 

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1 minute ago, Cableguy said:

Doesn’t appear to be moving further east at all now

Looks like it's turning... @Steve Murr can confirm.... sorry about notifications haha

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45 minutes ago, DonnaThw said:

I love Hampton court I want to live there

Many people do actually live there in the ‘grace & favour’ apartments - nice for some

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