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

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4 minutes ago, Lowestoft Weather said:

Heavy snow showers in Lowestoft. Gusty winds from the sea blowing snow all over the place.

 

 

same here

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Looking at the Dutch radar there is not much moving our way.Lots of cloud here still freezing..But that's all at the moment

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5 minutes ago, FiftyShadesofSnow said:

You need to be in both SE threads with that split personality

... just put the negative one in the other thread

Positive people bring the snow (-: 

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Things are definitely looking better than the forecasts suggest. The fact the The Met Office have upgraded and now Kent County Council have issued their "Highway Emergency", plus the slight change in wind direction all point to us getting more than predicted. 

The radar is looking good, just a question of waiting and checking the radar.

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I’m about a mile outside the amber warning. Should be decent still.

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2 hours ago, Nizzer said:

If the BBCs current forecast on news 24 is correct I will be hugely disappointed! 5 to 10CMs in the Amber warning zones! I was reading double digits in inches on here last week!

Forget about that mate...you'll read a lot on here particularly in the model thread but in reality, I've learnt that this winter.

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Still nothing here all day 😩😪

never mind as we had 2 inches in 2010 so wouldn’t want to be greedy 👍👍

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wonder if i will be in the 1-3cm region of snow or the 15cm, tomorrow, well its a start and every little helps :D

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heavy snow/snow pellet shower:yahoo:

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Absolutely hammering down, W Ipswich, low visibility, everything covered very fast.

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CAMBRIDGE SURBURBS UPDATE:

-1C - Icicle formation!!! :)

In the most sheltered spots like back gardens, no sign of melt .... nearly 1 inch snow depth.

Sun kissed road verges and banks .... all snow gone, feels lovely in sun there (bar the wind)

In most sheltered spots - Trees and cars have kept snow cover all day and also insulated roofs have a white covering

Edited by Bryn Webster

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A slight covering from those two quick heavy showers about an hour apart. Not bad considering we didn't expect any here yet! :) 

 

Edited by saint

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1 minute ago, saint said:

A covering from those two quick heavy showers about an hour apart. Not bad considering we didn't expect any here yet! :) 

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Covering? I've seen harsher frosts lol

 

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Looks like a load of showers going to those Amber areas. Not much happening to wards Norwich to my untrained eye. Anyone got a better view on this? I will be amazed if i get 2cm.

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Heavy clouds heading this way. Incoming!!!!!

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That strengthening late February sun will decide snow depths from showers ... the difference between places that received sunlight and those that didn't is stark.

Need more cloud cover for you snow fans ;)

 

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Bigger heavier showers now forming off the Norfolk coast and heading south westwards...fingers crossed. It's boom or bust tonight.

Possible streamer setting up?

Edited by Froze were the Days

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Cambridge Comparisons.

First picture:
Sun soaked most of the day - LEFT (slightly elevated bank)

Occasional periods of direct sunlight - RIGHT (pavement)
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Second picture: No direct sunlight, except for the shed roof ... tiny icicles forming :p

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Edited by Bryn Webster

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2 minutes ago, Froze were the Days said:

Bigger heavier showers now forming off the Norfolk coast and heading south westwards...fingers crossed. It's boom or bust tonight.

Possible streamer setting up?

Fingers crossed. 

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