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East Anglia and North London weather discussion (25/02/2018) onward

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5 minutes ago, saint said:

Popped into a shop and came out to a covering in spots, was only in there for 5 mins. 

That's all it takes to catch chickenpox.

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2 minutes ago, Sparky68 said:

I mentioned in last thread that we are a snow-no-go area , sucks

Sad to say the beast from the east does nothing for our local. Need wind to change. Can't believe we done better with the pest from the west on the 10 of December. ! 

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6 minutes ago, saint said:

Popped into a shop and came out to a covering in spots, was only in there for 5 mins. 

hope the spots arnt contagious :rofl:

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Wind really picking up here! 

Bone chilling!!:cold::cold:

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Canvey island has had showers nearly every 30 mins since 7am but like otherwise the sun comes out in between taking it away. But I'm confident things will change in couple of hours! Oh my sledge has just been delivered let's hope it gets to come out of the wrapping tomorrow. 

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Well in sunny Halesworth, we started with flurries, then sun, couple more flurries floating about and we’ve just had 15 minutes of medium sized heavyish snow, settled on my artificial grass but not pavements. I don’t want anymore, iv enjoyed the nice dry cold sunny weather and would rather that than slippy icy wet stodgy yuk. Maybe it’s an age thing but I prefer not to slip and break a hip or slide around on untreated country lanes in the car. But for those that want a whiteout, I hope you get it, just leave halesworth dry pretty please :cold::cold:

 

edit, yep I sound like my mother, it’s depressing :sorry:

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Yellow echoes more predominantly showing across the SE now, this evening and tonight is gonna be interesting for sure

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The melting problem doesn't seem to be as bad now as it was earlier today, been about an hour since the snow stopped and we still have 2-3cm on most surfaces

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3 minutes ago, Essex Chelle said:

Canvey island has had showers nearly every 30 mins since 7am but like otherwise the sun comes out in between taking it away. But I'm confident things will change in couple of hours! Oh my sledge has just been delivered let's hope it gets to come out of the wrapping tomorrow. 

I’m currently in london today on a course, been seeing the snow in canvey !At home for the amber warning tonight and tommorow! Think you will be able to use the sledge? Near the sea wall? 😀😀

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Just now, Justin123 said:

I’m currently in london today on a course, been seeing the snow in canvey !At home for the amber warning tonight and tommorow! Think you will be able to use the sledge? Near the sea wall? 😀😀

Up the heights hopefully 

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1 minute ago, Justin123 said:

I’m currently in london today on a course, been seeing the snow in canvey !At home for the amber warning tonight and tommorow! Think you will be able to use the sledge? Near the sea wall? 😀😀

Your not missing anything showers but nothing settling 😐

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netweather radar shows snow over us so went outside pure sunshine :(

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7 minutes ago, chrisbell-nottheweatherman said:

That heavy shower gave us a dusting, but it's meting very rapidly - soil temperatures or dewpoints too high?

Not dew points - sun and soil temps I should think, same here.

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Another photo from further out on the beach at low tide this morning, that wind was bitterly cold!

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Patience required. Wait until this time tomorrow before calling it a bust.... 😉

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2 minutes ago, Froze were the Days said:

Not dew points - sun and soil temps I should think, same here.

Good point; Meteociel shows DP at -2C here, so that should be cold enough!

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28 minutes ago, Dazaaa07 said:

which part of Peterborough are you? I'm in Orton and saw a few flakes this morning but now in my office with no windows. do you think we will do well this week or will they miss us like normal 

I'm in Fengate bit like summer at the moment storm clouds part and join up again over thorney direction 

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