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4 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?

The one that came through here was very heavy. A couple more and we could have a base coat.

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Hope it's ok to share some pictures I took whilst out around our little village this morning   I won't bore you with them all, but here's a few of my favourites  

Late Feb sun is strong, but i didn't think it was strong enough to melt roads

The thaw not very far away now. An'interesting winter indeed...and coming now to conclusion. Its been emotional and at times frustrating. Over and out. See ya-all november...ish.

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1 hour ago, Wivenswold said:

Me too, probably the same day, a Saturday night gig in Colchester with the legendary John Cooper-Clarke. I was in Wivenhoe station waiting room with the support act, a friend of JCC's and my former neighbour, Martin Newell.  We got a local farmer to take him to town in his Land Rover in the end. I was not tempted to venture out and went home.  


Your neighbour the greatest living Englishman! Saw JCC at Festival No.6 a few years ago and he was great, I like a bit of poetry, I saw Kate Tempest last year and was blown away. Sometimes my job is really fun! 
This is the gig I am missing https://app.dice.fm/event/v3g2v-the-boxer-rebellion-28th-feb-islington-assembly-hall-london-tickets (and I took that photo) so it's a shame I can't make it. 

I popped out for a bit, can report about 10 flakes were seen outside Asda, so time to get reacquainted with the radar.

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Just now, snowwonder said:

On SAT 24 IS there is a developing area of deeper cloud/Snow heading towards EA. image.thumb.png.e02e44f98fde6308cf61b4246671f5fe.png From NE

That’s a small area of low pressure that’s due to pass through NE England, the Midlands and Wales. Not due to affect EA/SE England

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4 minutes ago, Norfolk_N_chance said:

Well this is all very lame.

Beast from the East my a*#e

Managed what could only be described as snowdust.

Was more snow last month!

 

God not another negative post, its only just started a day in lol

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56 minutes ago, Chris101 said:

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

Getting interesting now! Had another humdinger just passed through and pasted everything, blizzard like at times anyone southwest of here is in for a treat! 

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16 minutes ago, danm said:

That’s a small area of low pressure that’s due to pass through NE England, the Midlands and Wales. Not due to affect EA/SE England

Looks a lot further south to me? Surprise on its way? never know. Worth watching IMHO

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2 minutes ago, Bobby93 said:

Anyone think that low in the north sea that is going to hit NE England might pep up the shower activity towards our region?

On a METO forecast I saw yesterday It suggest increased showers as the feature passed to our west, but I'll leave it to the experts!

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3 minutes ago, saint said:

On a METO forecast I saw yesterday It suggest increased showers as the feature passed to our west, but I'll leave it to the experts!

Lets hope it does anyway. Thanks for the reply :)

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