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ECM shifts even further south with the core of the heavier precip, now the heavy stuff (2 inches in 3hrs) is limited to southern counties of England. There is snow for this whole region but its not too amazing, probably 2-3 inches broadly speaking for most.

ECM also does have a weaker front in general that weakens faster this run.

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Btw I have always been on the opinion that 99% of places will get a slushfest from this which will ice over in the morning, some of the hills like the South Downs etc could get 3-5cm but thats literally the 1%

The other video grab posted above is GOOD for our region as the Beeb are downplaying Thursday, which can only mean 1 thing. UPGRADES!

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17 minutes ago, yamkin said:

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I wouldn’t read that as a city forecast so 1-3cm in london and 2-8cm north of there - probably south east & east of there too. Remember a high population live within M25 and will be sleety there 

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Heavy rain quickly turned to very heavy sleet and is now a moderate snow/sleet mix in Reading

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1 minute ago, Tim Bland said:

I wouldn’t read that as a for forecast so 1-3cm in london and 2-8cm north of there - probably south east & east of there too. Remember a high population live within M25 and will be sleety there 

Probably not from the latest charts either! 

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Looking at  the  radar it will be interesting to here from people  in kent

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6 minutes ago, Neilsouth said:

 

 

 

Where was that filmed ?

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9 minutes ago, kold weather said:

ECM shifts even further south with the core of the heavier precip, now the heavy stuff (2 inches in 3hrs) is limited to southern counties of England. There is snow for this whole region but its not too amazing, probably 2-3 inches broadly speaking for most.

ECM also does have a weaker front in general that weakens faster this run.

I’d bite your hand off for 2-3 inches of snow. 

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1 minute ago, Tim Bland said:

Where was that filmed ?

Chinnor I think

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2 to 3 inches is more than we got during the BFTE last March so I would take that too. 

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1 minute ago, Tim Bland said:

Where was that filmed ?

Chinnor Oxfordshire

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Rain ☔️ In whitstable not feeling that cold yet . Fingers crossed for the white stuff 🤞

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Steady rain here. No sign of transition.

Doesnt feel that cold either. 

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Very light rain here, now, rather nippy, no wind, very still actually

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Dry in Brighton , temp 4.9 and DP is 3.3 , need to see those temps drop quickly 

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Drizzle in Hawkinge, temperature fairly static for last hour - now 2.0c with a DP of 1.7c

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Still rain.

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7 minutes ago, tinybill said:

Looking at  the  radar it will be interesting to here from people  in kent

It's dry so far here in Hextable (inside M25 between Swanley and Dartford) - webcam.

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14 minutes ago, Paul Sherman said:

And as I said that ECM rolls out and gives us a pasting on Thursday with it much further south and nothing marginal at all about Thursday 

ECM precipitation charts for Thursday, slightly further north than I expected. 

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