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

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First band looks like it was the sacrifice band to moisten the atmosphere at lower levels. Next band should have no such issue and will give the goods. For those who have had snow from the first band, that's good and will certainly help!

Looks like main action starts from 9-11pm in this region.

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Temperature just sneeking up a touch in Southend from earlier low, sitting at 1.7,dp - 2.6.

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Light snow just started in Hailsham.

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4 minutes ago, chionomaniac said:

Light snow in burgess hill

Should be about to turn slightly heavier.

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1 minute ago, kold weather said:

First band looks like it was the sacrifice band to moisten the atmosphere at lower levels. Next band should have no such issue and will give the goods. For those who have had snow from the first band, that's good and will certainly help!

Looks like main action starts from 9-11pm in this region.

Is it due to bring in milder air as it approaches?

Asking for a friend...

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On the radar it's within touching distance from Epsom. This now means I'm opening the front door faster than you can say Boom.

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Finally have some smallish flakes falling in Shoreham after being under the lighter precip on the radar for nearly a couple of hours...
The heavier band should make landfall soon and pep things up a bit... does seem to be shearing off a bit as it edges closer to land though - I reckon East-Sussex/Kent wwill be the sweet spot later 

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Nothing out the sky here

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Beginning to think the bracknell snowshield will crumble. Could do ok out of this afterall

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OH DEAR!

Just had this awful feeling, I just done a radar loop and it looks as if the main band isn't so much pivoting north, but it's sliding up the channel towards France! This has happened before, and you can clearly see the intensity dropping off and scooting up the channel.

Can you guys take a look?

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Light snow falling in Tonbridge

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Currently 0.4c, DP -1.5c in Hawkinge. Still snow on the ground from Tuesday night’s sprinkling

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Looking like the Surrey Hills snow shield might just be powering up

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Just now, Neilsouth said:

OH DEAR!

Just had this awful feeling, I just done a radar loop and it looks as if the main band isn't so much pivoting north, but it's sliding up the channel towards France! This has happened before, and you can clearly see the intensity dropping off and scooting up the channel.

Can you guys take a look?

Looks like it's moving NNE to me..

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1 minute ago, John Stevens said:

Looking like the Surrey Hills snow shield might just be powering up

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Yup..

 I'm just off the A281 between Bramley and Cranleigh and nothing falling from the sky

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3 minutes ago, SLEETY said:

Nothing out the sky here

another 30 mins or so I reckon

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3 minutes ago, Neilsouth said:

OH DEAR!

Just had this awful feeling, I just done a radar loop and it looks as if the main band isn't so much pivoting north, but it's sliding up the channel towards France! This has happened before, and you can clearly see the intensity dropping off and scooting up the channel.

Can you guys take a look?

Home and dry app looks ok but see what you mean if you are using WeatherPro app

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19 minutes ago, LightningLover said:

900CM OF SNOW AND A SNOW BOM-- Sorry, I left my daily Express mode on...

I hope we get around 2-3cm, if not more. It *may* turn to rain during the early hours, but we'll see.

 

Don’t encourage them, i really wouldn’t be surprised if next time we get a heat wave they are talking of heat bombs and thunder bombs 😂

 

Still no snow here just yet but keeping the faith despite euro 4 and others showing my area largely misses out, my location is Guildford for those on your phones.

Edited by Weather Wonder
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3 minutes ago, Neilsouth said:

OH DEAR!

Just had this awful feeling, I just done a radar loop and it looks as if the main band isn't so much pivoting north, but it's sliding up the channel towards France! This has happened before, and you can clearly see the intensity dropping off and scooting up the channel.

Can you guys take a look?

Its quite complex, the whole lot is swinging northwards, but IS shearing off eastwards AND also wrapping into the low pressure system to the west.

Best advice I can give is look at the edge of the deeper radar returns on the band in the channe; and watch its direction. The whole lot is coming northwards, but feeding in from the SE.

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2 minutes ago, Daniel Smith said:

Looks like it's moving NNE to me..

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looking  good  to me  ,should  be fun  at gatwick  soon

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Is that a new band of showers building over the channel off nw France??

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Just now, kold weather said:

Its quite complex, the whole lot is swinging northwards, but IS shearing off eastwards AND also wrapping into the low pressure system to the west.

Best advice I can give is look at the edge of the deeper radar returns on the band in the channe; and watch its direction. The whole lot is coming northwards, but feeding in from the SE.

Hopefully! Although I was less positive than I was a good few hours ago!

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Could be imagining it, but smatterings of the Thames Streamer could be starting up.

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