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

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22 minutes ago, Snowflake Queen said:

Been snowing on and off here ( Uxbridge) made the most of my day off and went shopping as you do 😂 feels colder than yesterday? Glad to hear some of you whom didn’t get snow have got some now 😀⛄

I'd rather spend my free time eating and working out with some nice tunes😝

How's things?

I see you put your original picture back👍🏽

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Just now, Paul Sherman said:

Yh the reason we have favourable conditions down here now is down to 2 factors

Northerly Offshore Surface Wind

Dewpoint down to -1.1c

But....................Damage is well and truly done from the Monsoon for the past 21 hours.

Nice to see big fat wet juicy flakes falling though

still raining here haha

 

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6 minutes ago, dallas said:

Well well beltin down in greenhithe n west kent

It’s the same just over the river in South Ockendon! 

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13 minutes ago, TomSE12 said:

Hi Mark,

You prompted another trip to the front door and there is some light snow falling. We even have a thin, slushy deposit.

We're just off Burnt Ash Hill. Myself and the Wife, went down to Sainsbury's at Lee Green, late morning and it turned very wet. By the time we got home, our overnight partial covering had all but vanished. I think this current band of snow would have to get pretty heavy, to have any chance of settling. It's very wet out there!! :oldangry:

Regards,

Tom.  :hi:

It's settling on cars and grass here, Tom. Yes, the hard surfaces are almost flood like, but it's giving it a good go. 

 

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Snow is really fine atm

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After a day of a mix of rain/sleet/snow, it's snowing here in Central London. Temp at 2c so nothing sticking.

Pretty to watch it fall through.  😁

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Just now, Essexgooner said:

still raining here haha

 

Bloody hell, thats amazing cant be long before the dewpoints go negative here you are

The reading I got was the TAF from Southend Airport which is Inland a bit

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Just now, Paul Sherman said:

Bloody hell, thats amazing cant be long before the dewpoints go negative here you are

The reading I got was the TAF from Southend Airport which is Inland a bit

Amazing isnt it, I might drive back to Eastwood to get a snow fix , haha

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Starting to settle a bit in greenhithe

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39 minutes ago, TomSE12 said:

Just a quick heads up to those of you in East Kent. As the Low pulls away to the S.E., there is a small window when the flow turns into the NNE. You could well start to see some showers running across East Kent. I made a post earlier regarding a "Wash Streamer" and Norfolk/Peterborough, not having any elevation.

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Well, as we know, in East Kent you do!! Certainly worth keeping an eye on the radar later on, in this area.

Who knows, those of you in Alexis/Lottie land, could get a nice surprise and one last hurrah from this system, as it pulls away. You certainly would deserve it, after having to witness all the action  much further West.

Regards,

Tom. :hi:

What about good old biggin hill 

Tom lol

 

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Just now, FiftyShadesofSnow said:

Where you been

I've been a few places...

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Oh my giddy aunt, somehow its snowing heavily in Eastbourne, bang on the coast and settling, happy Me!

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Sorry @TomSE12

told you my phone was pants 

didn’t mean to post that twice

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According to the met office, the yellow snow warning does not affect Crowborough, so it must be white rain falling outside for the last couple of hours, it had been raining quite a bit today, but the roads have gone white again now.

I really hope the whole region can get a decent wintery blast before the season is over, it honestly makes me sad when some miss out

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6 minutes ago, D.V.R said:

I'd rather spend my free time eating and working out with some nice tunes😝

How's things?

I see you put your original picture back👍🏽

Sounds perfect 👌🏼 but shopping 🛍 included lol and lots of snow ❄️ 

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16 minutes ago, fluid dynamic said:

teflon coated, carbon fibre reinforced snow shield -  100% untroubled by the english winter

 

Motspur Park

and just as i wrote that, shield breached... snizzle now

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3 minutes ago, FiftyShadesofSnow said:

Where you been

Why - where you been?

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18 minutes ago, fluid dynamic said:

teflon coated, carbon fibre reinforced snow shield -  100% untroubled by the english winter

 

Motspur Park

I've been out a short while and hadnt realised that we STILL havent had a flake!!! It's looping around us 🙄🙄

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@ CanadianCoops - Is it still snowing at Bluebell Hill ?

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Minus 3 inches and counting... 🙄  Have been so close to the action both Tuesday, Thursday and today, yet close but definitely no cigar. Frustrating times for us south-east Londoners. Bring on a proper long-fetch easterly!

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14 minutes ago, steveinsussex said:

about 6 miles east of Crawley

Ah man I see what you mean, your right in that zone where the front is bending around you.

Still it has got to come SE at some point because the upper high is building in from the west, so it has to come through, its just in what state its in when it arrives. Keep an eye on the area to your NNE, could develop down to you. Or equally the next line that develops may flare up very close to you. The one from Godalming to Portsmouth still had a bit of umph to it!

Tv signal is finally trying to come back, suggesting things are easing off out there, and indeed radar shows I'm nearly inbetween two bands. I'm annoyed because I wanted to have the Rugby on in the background! Ah well!

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