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SE and East Anglia general weather discussion 07/11/2018

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What does this mean for East Anglia though, ignoring Southern England? That low looks quite far south from us.

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1 minute ago, Nqp15hhu said:

What does this mean for East Anglia though, ignoring Southern England? That low looks quite far south from us.

It means PERFECTION.

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Just now, Jackski4 said:

It means PERFECTION.

That’s a strong word - most of the south is not even inside the 528 Dam line by midday on Tuesday - its a shame the line is not further south and more entrenched in the low ...

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The T48 Fax has low deeper and a little further North. 

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I really wish it would make up its mind, i need to know what boots to get out.

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25 minutes ago, Chris101 said:

Yes it will be right up to Tuesday, which is why i shall wait till post low to get any excitement for Thursday.

Actually, reading my post back i think its clear its subject to change.👍

lol we can all rest assured that it will happen, ITV weather just called it😜1cm widely 10cm in the mountains of the SE 

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It's gonna go right to the wire this one, in terms of where the precip will fall and what actually falls... And if it does snow then are the parameters going to be right for it to settle? Squeaky bum time!

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Gotta be honest, wouldn't mind a quick thaw by Saturday as I'm due to be heading into London from Folkestone for an all-dayer! Went to a party the day after last year's entertainment in early March which went OK ultimately though. 

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UKMO raw continues to show the northward spread across this region of some slightly more intense precipitation, and a general slow down of the system as it moves across us

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3 minutes ago, lassie23 said:

lol we can all rest assured that it will happen, ITV weather just called it😜1cm widely 10cm in the mountains of the SE 

I might get some depth at the top of the Orwell bridge then, thats about the best height i can get for miles around these parts.

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1 minute ago, Nqp15hhu said:

Not looking good for us then.

Anything from 2-5 cm for you I think. Based on current models. Better for those in more Southern parts of this regional thread. Kent etc up to 10cm possibly in a few places.

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Here on the south coast is looking further out the game then with a northwards correction.... is that right? Thanks 

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Southern regions of East anglia could easily reach in excess of 20cms judging by UKMO latest PPN charts 

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5 minutes ago, Hammer said:

Anything from 2-5 cm for you I think. Based on current models. Better for those in more Southern parts of this regional thread. Kent etc up to 10cm possibly in a few places.

Well, it's better than nothing! 🤣

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Just now, Jackski4 said:

Southern regions of East anglia could easily reach in excess of 20cms judging by UKMO latest PPN charts 

I would consider those areas to be more South-East.

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1 minute ago, Nqp15hhu said:

I would consider those areas to be more South-East.

Essex/Kent seem to be the sweet spot. 10-15cms north of London

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12 minutes ago, Hammer said:

Anything from 2-5 cm for you I think. Based on current models. Better for those in more Southern parts of this regional thread. Kent etc up to 10cm possibly in a few places.

What about West London? 

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Blowing an absolute hooligan outside. 100% snuggles weather.

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4 minutes ago, Jackski4 said:

Essex/Kent seem to be the sweet spot. 10-15cms north of London

Assuming it all falls as snow and all sticks - do people not feel it will at the very least start as rain and take a while to settle ..?

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1 minute ago, Londres said:

What about West London? 

Similar anything between 2 and 5 cm. Albeit those more southern and eastern favoured like Kent. 

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Just now, Badgers01 said:

Assuming it all falls as snow and all sticks - do people not feel it will at the very least start as rain and take a while to settle ..?

UKMO has less marginality.. As things stand it's going to be a complete snow event. This wetter type of snow settles a lot faster as opposed to the grainy dry snow from last March.

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1 minute ago, Badgers01 said:

Assuming it all falls as snow and all sticks - do people not feel it will at the very least start as rain and take a while to settle ..?

Once it becomes conductive of snow it will settle very quickly. 

Remember you can have settling snow on wet ground.. 

I've seen the switch take place within 5 minutes it's quite a sight and only seen it a handful of times... 

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7 minutes ago, Jackski4 said:

Essex/Kent seem to be the sweet spot. 10-15cms north of London

Would be nice but tempering expectation a little.

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Here is our little fella moving into Cornwall @T48 on the 12z Euro4 thats just come out. Looking very good indeed, lets hope it moves east through the channel though and not SE into France. Still lots of PPN though to the north of the low so looking odds on now that most of us will see some snow on Tuesday night I would think.

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