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very very grey no my NE now

nice cotton wool flakes falling !

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Met office have changed our forecast from nothing to heavy snow, 10 mins after it started!! (farnham) 

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7 minutes ago, gazb21 said:

A few flakes blowing about in Tonbridge 

Just see those earlier must be the same ones :pardon:( pic of M25 Brentwood) 

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Light flurry in Hastings currently. Good luck to everyone looking for a covering this week! 

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-2.4, no frost, sunny but flakes drifting about in the air. Mayfield.

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23 minutes ago, paget said:

Coming down and settling now! Don't suppose it will last long though! ❄️

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Similar snow cover here in South Ockendon now!

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18 minutes ago, pureasthedriven said:

Where are you man! Or woman?! 😂

I know I look pretty but..seriously - woman?! 😂 

I'm in Croydon btw and the snow is still coming down nicely.. I'm gonna take a few pics in a bit :santa-emoji:

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Morning to all................It's snowing :cold::yahoo::):D

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Really coming down heavy now in Bexleyheath.   Settling instantly!

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Convection has kicked off more widely in the region with bands of showers rather than one or two streamers. This should give the whole region a good snowfall

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Smallest dandruff dry flakes in the fresh wind now, hardly any cloud. But clouds building offshore and further inland.

Seaford East Sussex.

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The sun ☀️ is peeking through now! Snow is starting to slow but it looks as though there may be more showers on the way! 

(farnham, Surrey) 

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Ashford Kent, TN23.  Snowshield successfully deployed.   Phew.  close call. 

:wallbash:

 

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Heavy snow shower nice covering ! Then the sun came out and melted it 😑

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22 minutes ago, DonnaThw said:

It’s so frustrating that there is so much on the radar but no snow. At 7 am there was not much over us then when I’ve looked again there is quite a lot but still no snow :fool:

I am about to hang some washing out hoping that will get the snow machine moving for our patch Donnna, your only a stones throw from me so hope it’ll work! 👍

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Clouds seem to have broken here in Wimbledon now. I’m amazed by how localised any accumulations seem to be. 

Going to be thankful I have a job with a nice seat next to a window now! 

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snowing in city of london too

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apologies if already posted but convergence line showing slab bang down the Thames Estuary on the latest Fax chart for overnight :) 

 

 

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Now we have Snow. 6-7 on the Murr scale. 

Light drifting in strong wind.

temp -0.5c. DP -8.2c 

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Light snow here in RP.

-0.5C

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