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

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1 minute ago, kold weather said:

Snow line should be creeping westward now the sun is going down, I'd be stunned if SW Surrey doesn't join the snow party soon, if it hasn't already!

would hope you mean east 😛

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It’s rinse and repeat !! 5cm this morning and melted during the day and now back up to 5cm

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3 minutes ago, Ice Day said:

Anyone from Essex want to go to the pub? 😭

I'll come. Wont be long, just have to dust off the canoe.

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Never mind amber warnings, should be flood warnings, bloody rain has been relentless all day, and its been very heavy rain, which does nothing to lighten my mood, yes I had snow last night, but I still feel let down, just cannot believe how difficult it seems to be to have a decent snow event that can be enjoyed, really thought I'd have a snow day today, but no, along comes a warm sector that decides to make home here in the southeast, bringing along higher dew points and temps, just to spoil it. Curse you weather, you will do as your told

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3 minutes ago, Daenerys said:

I'll come. Wont be long, just have to dust off the canoe.

Our time will come, maybe this winter, maybe next. But it will happen

Disclaimer.  I cannot be held responsible if it doesn't

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as per last night im in the clear patch in Sussex

yup, as per

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Looking good on radar now everything turning back to snow as it gets colder 2-5cm I think for people around London and below

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Despite what some have said i swear its not moving SE at all, if anything its going SW as the clear patch has grown to my west here rather than the precipitation got closer...

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1 minute ago, IPredictASnowStorm said:

Looking good on radar now everything turning back to snow as it gets colder 2-5cm I think for people around London and below

I'll hold you to that! 

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1 minute ago, steveinsussex said:

Despite what some have said i swear its not moving SE at all, if anything its going SW as the clear patch has grown to my west here rather than the precipitation got closer...

I think I'm starting to see the radar when I'm not even looking at it. 

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It looks like it is going nw away from me.  I am in the rain part.  I have had rain all day

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Down to  0.3c and steady snow again, this is looking more promising than last night 

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Report from Southend. Still raining. Has been since about 4am 🤬

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2 minutes ago, steveinsussex said:

Despite what some have said i swear its not moving SE at all, if anything its going SW as the clear patch has grown to my west here rather than the precipitation got closer...

All I can see is two bands merging together and stalling ?

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Did a radar trace it it's moving SE just very slowly.

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3 minutes ago, steveinsussex said:

Despite what some have said i swear its not moving SE at all, if anything its going SW as the clear patch has grown to my west here rather than the precipitation got closer...

Its not so much moving SE as pulsing SE. You can see that one line of snow dies off, then another forms to its SE, and this process is repeating itself over and over again.

However the area is also contracting as the area of higher energy shrinks, as was forecasted by the models.

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2 minutes ago, TheGate said:

Down to  0.3c and steady snow again, this is looking more promising than last night 

The PPN is moving very slow WNW & arcing

If only it was 0.5c colder 😞

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just seen someone complain on facebook of the lack of the 15+ cm they were apparently promised because it never happened and all the shops ordered in hundreds of sledges that they can't sell anymore😂🤣

 

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Interesting, you can see a rotation on the radar now, to the east of the IOW

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Most of Greater London just unlucky with this event.  Better luck next time for the masses!

1.9C

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I don't know if I've got the energy for another night of this!!!😂😂

Anyway, I'm organising a Netweather SE Regional Thread coach trip to Basingstoke tomorrow, £25 a head, includes a pile of snow each to make one medium snowman and throw 20 snowballs!!!🤪🤪🤪xx

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