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And still the moaning goes on in the other thread.

Jeeeeeez

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I can remember once nearly fainting after thunder snow ... I was convinced a tornado was coming (I’d just watched twister and realised what I thought was snow, but later realised was hail, preceded a tornado... I think near the flying cow scene)

Lol.

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It's falling steadily in Burgess Hill now. My son is wishing hard for a snow day tomorrow .... I think we both are!

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Snowing steadily here

-3.2C

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4 minutes ago, Shunter said:

have good view from loft ( crows nest ). Can see past Dartford Crossing into Canary Wharf and sky looks clear to the West. Looking North East towards Canvey it looks foggy so could be a sign of incoming shower.  East looks cloudy but can see broken cloud towards Medway.

The "Fog"  is a shower. Wind has got up too. 4 on SM Scale.  

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On 25/02/2018 at 19:33, AWD said:

 

 nothing in Kingston upon Thames, not sure if we are too West here but haven’t looked at the radar yet, just got in from work. So cold out there!,

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We have streamer activation. light to moderate snow here with some lovely returns turning up on the radar

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14 minutes ago, A Wintry Mix said:

Unbelievable!

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I'm in the gap in the middle too lol!

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2 hours ago, DonnaThw said:

Never :diablo::girl_devil::air_kiss:

Why am my not surprised??..:nonono:

2 minutes ago, TomSE12 said:

Well my pasta and meatballs, were gorgeous, eat your heart out, Gino D'Acampo!!

Although. I still feel with a NE flow, conditions will be more favourable, for a mid-Kent >E.Sussex streamer to form,850 temps of -13c/-14c, flowing over the southern N.Sea and sea temps of around +7c, just off the Suffolk coast, may give snow showers, a bit more oompn, than normal to make it down to SE London/NW Kent, before the air dries out too much, having travelled, the length of Suffolk and Essex, to get to this area.

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Still would expect more action, over mid-Kent though, with showers having a longer sea track.

Couldn't understand, when I was younger, why BBC graphics, covered the whole of SE England, with heavy snow showers but in Bromley, NW Kent, we had mostly clear skies, while off to the east, over the Medway towns I could see a never ending chain of dark grey skies, were moving forever south-westwards! After being on the internet and this site, I now know why!! The flow was from the NE!!:wallbash:

Regards,

Tom

I used to think the same thing lol..

I've learned a lot since joining netweather:good:

 

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Like the look of the radar for Brighton got my fingers crossed ❄️😊

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Heavy snow made of light flakes here in Walderslade. Nice coating on everything.

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i'll join you in that same 5-10 mile gap. still waiting with fingers crossed.

 

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Man,im literally 4 miles away from a lovely line of showers,so close,yet so far

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I had a shower not too long ago that has left a dusting over the patchy covering from earlier.

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6 minutes ago, Paul Sherman said:

And still the moaning goes on in the other thread.

Jeeeeeez

Getting pummelled again mate 😀

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Been snowing in Ashford now for 2 hours on and off. Getting heavier again

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14 minutes ago, ThamesStreamer said:

I hope this continues through the evening.  Still at work in London but should be making my way home on the train from Fenchurch Street to Chalkwell in about an hour.

Did hear c2c are running a reduced time table from 9pm due to the snow, keep an eye on it mate,’know what there like! Lol 

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Wow wow wow!

Absolutely bucketing it down, everything is white.

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As Steve has already alluded to:

 

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Wind direction is just wrong for me in Bexleyheath.... Argh.... Please veer a tad 

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Do I sit with the Glums in the other thread or be ever hopeful in this one? 

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Gillinghams gradually turning white. Need it to up the ante now

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