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

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Just now, scrat said:

C for me, followed closely by A 😎

 

Yep, same here!!xx

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C for me, but that's not happening this week so not sure how you'd catergorise this week (he said after looking into his crystal ball)

 

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8 minutes ago, CanadianCoops said:

Ok let’s cheer things up in here. What secanrio would you prefer. Answers below...

a) a huge snowstorm of 2 feet followed by rapid thaw next day.

b) a cold spell of a week of sub zero temps with only light snow throughout the week and maybe 4/5 cms Max 

c) a few sliders in a row. 5/10 cms every 2/3 days for a week.

d) a month of sub zero temps but no snow just plenty of sunshine. 

Me personally I love extreme snowfalls so option a for me 

C for me! Then A would be next though I never like knowing it’s all going to disappear the next day. 

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Hi CC, 

definitely Option C, for me. Thank you.

Regards,

Tom. :hi:

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e  for me a month of blizzards and 100 foot snow drifts

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-3.1c here while my weather app says it should be 1c. Interesting

Dp is -8c!

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Right C it is then. I’ll have a chat with the weather Gods. See if we can get this happening 😉

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-1.4C here with dew point of -3.

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And here’s some pics of a 2 foot plus snowstorm (pics taken halfway through storm) just to satisfy the cravings (a little) lol 

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24 minutes ago, CanadianCoops said:

Ok let’s cheer things up in here. What secanrio would you prefer. Answers below...

a) a huge snowstorm of 2 feet followed by rapid thaw next day.

b) a cold spell of a week of sub zero temps with only light snow throughout the week and maybe 4/5 cms Max 

c) a few sliders in a row. 5/10 cms every 2/3 days for a week.

d) a month of sub zero temps but no snow just plenty of sunshine. 

Me personally I love extreme snowfalls so option a for me 

a) a huge snowstorm of 2 feet followed by rapid thaw next day.

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No snow symbols at all on the MO forecast for SE12 now, but I know that that means nothing really. 

Will be glued to the radar and lamppost tomorrow and Thursday. 

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Sticking my neck out & saying we could squeeze -8c overnight Weds into Thurs..

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Hello all, well lots of twists and turns there has been recently regarding snow fall, however i am sure all will be more upbeat tomorrow. Snow fall from what I have learnt through NW has always been a now cast situation, based on meto from 21.00pm tomorrow so 12 hours to get through. Lets see what updates there are tomorrow am. Could be a few happy people on here...?

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Certainly a load of C’s and B’s on here. 

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Typical, the chap with the wunderground station in Cuxton is offline, but the one in Snodland shows -3 currently. 🙂

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35 minutes ago, lassie23 said:

e  for me a month of blizzards and 100 foot snow drifts

Move to Canada... :cold: seriously you have to have a sense of humour on here, see Crewe Cold has taken the mild batten from me for tonight on the Model thread, actually signs of the dreaded word appearing on the extended outlooks.

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Ummm...

The ICON has gone off on one tonight and gives the whole region a snow event, home counties in the pivot zone, although the front does weaken fairly quickly from that point onwards.

I'll wait and see what the high resolution ICON shows, however it is certainly one of the most south runs xompared to every ensemble/operational run of all models (probably top 10 lowest out of probably 110 ish).

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2 minutes ago, Nqp15hhu said:

What event? Tomorrow or Thursday?

I believe it is for tomorrow

 

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Just to add to my post above (almost as if I'm giving my old sports commentary on The Day Today) that 'Bluearmy' has taken up the cold batten and refuses to lose. 🙂

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7 minutes ago, Nqp15hhu said:

What event? Tomorrow or Thursday?

Thursday. Showing at 72hrs further south. All bodes well 👍

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