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

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7 minutes ago, EWS said:

That's me 🙂

& me 😁😞😁

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19 minutes ago, Bogman said:

Not that weather related, but feeling quite squiffy, as I've sat and eaten a pack of 6 sausage rolls here in Potters Bar.

I'm no psychologist but I think Id put it down to this stressful situation

 

Im about to demolish a cheescake

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1 minute ago, fluid dynamic said:

I'm no psychologist but I think Id put it down to this stressful situation

 

Im about to demolish a cheescake

I've already had five packets of crisps!🤢

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2 minutes ago, fluid dynamic said:

I'm no psychologist but I think Id put it down to this stressful situation

 

Im about to demolish a cheescake

😱 🤩

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Just now, Ed Stone said:

I've already had five packets of crisps!🤢

What Flava-flave?

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I know it's not going to happen, but it would be great if just started snowing from the off this evening.

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1 minute ago, Bogman said:

What Flava-flave?

cheese

 

oh sorry wrong person

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Just now, Bogman said:

What Flava-flave?

Ready Salted...👍

Oh, and the temp's down to 4.6!😨

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 I wonder  would it start off as snow up in the Chilterns

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23 minutes ago, kold weather said:

5-8cms roughly from the ICON, but the big difference is the fact that its now coming down over a 3-4hrs period, so a higher rate of snowfall, especially in a sweet spot over Hampshire and into Sussex.

Let me guess... over your house ;)

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Bubs home from school, comfys on, mug of sweet tea and christopher robin on the telly. Cloudy and the breeze is getting up. any rain? I don't think so.

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I do really feel so sorry for those Croydon Council guys, out there with a bag of Wilco gritty salt, spreading it carefully on the Council Chief Exec' drive for a couple of hours only to see it rinsed off at 10pm. What a waste of talent. And £5.99

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Temp gradually dropping 5.1c dp 3c.from a high of 6.5c at 1pm hope that the dp drops soon Crayford Kent 

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GFS still giving the SE/South a mainly rain event Thursday:

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Patience will be needed tonight, can see From the giff Iv just run through on Metociel that the temperature is beginning to fall from Wales/Sw with the font sweeping east 

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Dew points will follow

 

 

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Yeah the GFS is really being very stubborn with this idea IDO. Especially given nearly every other model is doing something different! I just can't imagine every other model handling that wrong. Interestingly the slant of the front is now nearly the same as the other models at the same time, so clearly its taking in some milder air from somewhere, but not obvious why.

(EDIT - looks like it has a pretty stubby secondary feature that doesn't elongate enough...given the GFS didn't even have this feature 3 runs ago, I suspect the GFS is behind the curve on this one.)

Worth noting though it has actually moved a little towards the other models and isn't quite so aggressively pushing away the low dew points, hence why we now have front edge snow as opposed to straight into rain.

On the other hand, ARPEGE still looking pretty hot!

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Perfect weather for evaporative cooling 

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Problem is unless it’s very heavy, most places are going to have saturated ground... snow obviously can stick on wet ground but it’s not ideal.

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4.9c and i'm told my Dp is 0c. It's coming.

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15 minutes ago, fluid dynamic said:

cheese

 

oh sorry wrong person

 

 

Will/have you scoffed it all?

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14 minutes ago, Bricriu said:

 I wonder  would it start off as snow up in the Chilterns

Rain to start for Holmer Green but snow by 7 ish

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15 minutes ago, Ed Stone said:

Ready Salted...👍

 

Good lad.

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5 minutes ago, Weathizard said:

Problem is unless it’s very heavy, most places are going to have saturated ground... snow obviously can stick on wet ground but it’s not ideal.

More realistic for my part... 

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