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2 minutes ago, smichling said:

Is that heading that way?! I was led to believe it was heading eastish and light just get Kent? I hope you’re right! 

Its pivoting and moving North.

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1 minute ago, northwestsnow said:

Reading looks like its about to clobbered, among other places.

it'll need to get a move on. microscopic flakes currently coming down. radar seems to indicate the front is really breaking down on landfall

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2 minutes ago, northwestsnow said:

Reading looks like its about to clobbered, among other places.

UKV did show the Reading to Swindon corridoor as the Sweet Spot for England

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2 minutes ago, booferking said:

Good luck the night Mr Murr looking good for later..

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Makes interesting viewing watching that main bands trajectory. Looks way East of where it was predicted? Seems to swinging North West somewhat as indicated by your helpful arrow. Some of us could be in luck if the precipitation does not die out.

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2 minutes ago, tinybill said:

yep  should be there  with  in  the hour

 

Thanks. On full snow watch! The track is definitely more Easterly (more intense than expected on east flank). If the showers dont break up over London - some areas in North London/ Essex and Hertfordshire could do well.

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Looking at the radar the precipitation is really building up south of Reading i think Reading will do well in next hour or so. 

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3 minutes ago, PurpleButterfly said:

I keep looking at all the different radars and hoping it gets here soon. 

What's my chances like here?  Met office keep pushing the time further. Was 9pm now close to midnight 😢

Going to be one of those slow ‘opening of the curtains’ in the morning ......full of expectations ...........bit like watching doctor who from behind the sofa when you were a kid (you’re not of that generation but plenty on here are) .....

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Nothing happening in Clacton yet. Radar has shown a band developing in situ overhead but nothing getting to the surface. It's feeling extremely cold out there now though.

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I'm going to definitely be one of the lowest totals from this, too far south for the band that kicked off to the north, and looking like being a little bit too far west for the band rotating around the low into Sussex. I'm going to split the middle and get into the weaker stuff on either side of those bands. Probably 1cm here I'd say, probably a decent amoubt more to my east and quite abit more to my north/north-east

Areas to my east that are in the dry slot should be fine with that area coming up from the channel.

 

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Just now, bluearmy said:

Going to be one of those slow ‘opening of the curtains’ in the morning ......full of expectations ...........bit like watching doctor who from behind the sofa when you were a kid (you’re not of that generation but plenty on here are) .....

Those Daleks were scary!

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1 minute ago, bluearmy said:

Going to be one of those slow ‘opening of the curtains’ in the morning ......full of expectations ...........bit like watching doctor who from behind the sofa when you were a kid (you’re not of that generation but plenty on here are) .....

count me in on that age group, well 45 here..

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A big hole has just formed south of London, typical!:olddoh:

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8 minutes ago, tinybill said:

there something they near  you

 

Nothing here just yet.. Still 3c

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Snow falling here again--dusting on all surfaces

Temp steady at  -0.9C

Heathfield E Sussex

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Can I just ask as a complete newbie, why are people saying its moving east up the channel? 

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6 minutes ago, John Stevens said:

Certainly beginning to look good for us!! I had to drive into Dorking at about half 3 this afternoon. The lying snow from Tuesday petered out just outside westcott... But was flipping cold, never got over 2 in either direction

We didn’t get much in Tuesday night - the ice was awful though and made for an interesting walk to work. Tomorrow morning should be fun if it doesn’t thaw quickly! 

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20 minutes ago, Alpine glow said:

Ha! Sorry, far too cosy lamppost watching in front of the fire. 

Its looking increasing more positive for us Brightonians this time around though 😊

Looking excellent when that band edges in. Slowly slowly catch the monkey

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Looks like it's building up behind the main band, all moving North 

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confirmation that the netweather radar is bang on the money. definite pick up in wokingham 

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Nothing here in Hooe. No real precipitation. Dandruff and 1degc with dew point at -1.

looks like too much wind and the precipitation is just breaking up. Can’t see any real accumulations from this sadly.

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1 minute ago, bluearmy said:

Going to be one of those slow ‘opening of the curtains’ in the morning ......full of expectations ...........bit like watching doctor who from behind the sofa when you were a kid (you’re not of that generation but plenty on here are) .....

Twas armchair thriller that really put the shivers up me!!
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1 minute ago, snowray said:

A big hole has just formed south of London, typical!:olddoh:

Oh dear!! I picked a fine evening, to give up coffee!!

Regards,

Tom. :hi:

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