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8 minutes ago, Jbryenton said:

...meanwhile in Great Yarmouth...nothing, not even rain!

Love the greyhound racing in Yarmouth

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27 minutes ago, Steve Murr said:

Band to the North has started 'inching' south - so @snowray whos in Greenwuch should hit the jackpot soon !

 

I'm in Greenwich and yeah was good, slowed a little but even now settled on the wet ground and puddles

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Crayford has snow!!!! 

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59 minutes ago, kold weather said:

Quite possible, it would explain the shape of the frontal system as well to an extent.

The Screw zone is slowly compacting as well thankfully, though Crawley is literally the middle of it like I was in the middle of it last night.

Just along in Saltdean,pressure has just started falling again here after rising until 8pm.

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22:00hrs update from Southend.

Still raining. Getting on for pretty much 22hrs now bar the odd flake.

Absolutely sick as a parrot.

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1 minute ago, Daniel* said:

Oi you! 

No don’t worry bout that 

been to the den many a time

but nicking the snow seriously

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Starting to get a thin layer on the paths now (Sevenoaks )

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2 minutes ago, Daniel* said:

Oi you! 

I feel like you going to Reading was Pre-planned. You knew it was going to be one of the harder hit places didn’t you? 😭

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4 minutes ago, warrenb said:

Still pouring with rain in Tonbridge

Same here in Groombridge.  Drove up the hill to go to TW at 6.30 to find it snowing heavily. By the time I drove home an hour later there was a decent covering and it was still coming down. Got home to rain - only 3 miles away! 

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Tucked up in my local watching everyhing get covered, was not expecting this. Greenhithe n/w kent

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ok heres my car artwork from sunny eastbourne  😛

bum car.jpg

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Left bexhill on sleet,top of hastings snow, back into rye,heavy rain,dropped my brother off and headed for home,got around 2 miles from my flat,thick with snow,laying on the road,up the hill,even heavier,mind you im 70m asl,getting on 2cms. Im in northiam

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2 minutes ago, fluid dynamic said:

sinking south to wimbledon now

 

ooh la la 😁😉😉

it's the way that we rock, when we're doing our ting.. ooh la la la

That's the Fugees song🕺🏽🤨

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Just now, Nqp15hhu said:

1.3c now.

You may get lucky 

 

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9 minutes ago, Bedfordblues73 said:

So when is the next snow event ? 

 

February 22nd?

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15 minutes ago, Nick F said:

All the snow arcing around London should slip south overnight across Sussex, so you should get some heavier stuff to settle.

East not West Sussex, I would suggest. 

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Rain is melting what fell earlier

you couldn’t make it up

 

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Just drove back from Whitstable to Lee, SE12, up the M2/A2 and it was an interesting drive to say the least. Usual idiots going past me at 70mph in Fiestas and similar and it was snowing quite heavy plus icy and slippery.  I’m driving a 4x4 Landrover but you can’t defy the laws of physics!

Snowing quite heavily in SE12 and I’m happy to be home as the M2/A2 must be a dangerous road by now.

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3 minutes ago, Snow Run said:

Same here in Groombridge.  Drove up the hill to go to TW at 6.30 to find it snowing heavily. By the time I drove home an hour later there was a decent covering and it was still coming down. Got home to rain - only 3 miles away! 

It’s been snowing for three hours in crowborough, looks heavy and promising but it’s not really settling. Very frustrating! 

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7 minutes ago, Daenerys said:

Donkey rides on the beach?

I know there is a sea life too . 

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Both Detling Hill and Bluebell Hill impassable. Most of Medway have heavy lying snow apparently. A mile down the road and we have a lovely coating of ice and sleet.

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