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Dunstable got a good snow cover but melted in the afternoon. Hills around the area did ok. I drove to the highest point in the Chiltrens to have my snow fix. Some photos from Wendover Wood this mornin

Shower cloud lit up nicely by the low sun earlier this evening north of Heathrow where I work.

Nice bit of snow here this morning, so that means it won’t go down as one of the worst winters I can remember but only by the skin of its teeth . Photos below ?

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As others have said what a stinker of a day!!️One of those days when it has never got properly light and car headlights will be on all day in this gloom?.currently 11.8 degrees in locksbottom and steady rain.Hopefully next week will be drier and brighter as it doesn’t look too clever for SE thread for next 2-3 days with rain never far away.

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All this rain has inspired me to write a poem on h2g2 based on what most computer models are saying that our autumn and winter will go, which in three words will be: 'wet and windy'.

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21 minutes ago, Katrine Basso said:

All this rain has inspired me to write a poem on h2g2 based on what most computer models are saying that our autumn and winter will go, which in three words will be: 'wet and windy'.

As long as it is actually wet and windy and not just endless cloud doing nothing or mizzle then that's ok by me.  Hopefully punctuated with some clear and frosty nights and deluges of snow... but we all know those days being frequent are generally long behind us!  Still expecting to see a new record warm day in Dec or Jan - I'll go for 18.6c. 

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We just had an incredibly spontaneous shower In Bexhill! Almost seemed unnatural! Must have touched very heavy on my scale. Also fell right on the stroke of midnight... Spooky.

Oh! Have I mentioned that I’m going on holiday tomorrow? To fuetreventura! I’m kind of sad that I’m going to miss the dark, chilled atmosphere of Halloween in the UK, but obviously I’m very excited to not only be going abroad for the first time, but also flying for my first time. 

I wish everyone on the forum the best! See you all in a week! ? 

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Surprised at no warning from met about wind strength today and tonight.. Could get get windy later on today.. Although not as bad as what was first showing still looks like 50mph can't be ruled out inland... 

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It was lovely clear sky at 6 am in the morning, but the cloud cover has increased rapidly.  Maximum temperature have been forecasted to be 17ºC but I don't think Thurrock will exceed 15ºC.  It is 11:19 am and the temperature is 13.2%.  The humidity is at 80%. The barometric pressure is rising quickly at 1013.8.

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There is disagreement with weatheroutlook.com, BBC weather, Met Office and the wunderground weather forecasts whether or not there will be rain in London and the South East today or tomorrow. The Met Office have a yellow warning for rain for London and the South East as well as the East of England from Between 15:00 (UTC+1) on Fri 25 Oct 2019 and 15:00 (UTC+1) on Sat 26 Oct 2019, yet the Met Office weather warning video on YouTube did not mention these areas but only mentioned the South West of England, the West of England and Wales as well as Northern England.  

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15 hours ago, Surrey said:

Surprised at no warning from met about wind strength today and tonight.. Could get get windy later on today.. Although not as bad as what was first showing still looks like 50mph can't be ruled out inland... 

It was very challenging around 3 this afternoon walking west along Cornhill in the City, people were almost bending into it just to walk along the pavement! Still very windy out there although warm with it. The radar shows the rain inching towards us. A cosy night in beckons. 

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I'm in Gosport tonight and certainly don't envy my Son and his family onboard the overnight Portsmouth to St Malo ferry crossing. Blowing a gale here and near horizontal rain.

That following what has been a fairly mixed day here. Some bright spells earlier and temperature on my car thermometer reading 18c at one point. It rapidly went downhill late afernoon though.

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16c when I just went out around 7am.. That is madness feels really strange had a jumper on and only really when the wind hits you need it.. But even that feels pretty tropical... I have a fireworks display to put on tonight for a Halloween party.. Looking at various charts hopefully the rain band clears around 7-8pm and winds are easing down throughout the day.. 

The cold and frosty Halloween looks out the window.. More wind + rain 

Our Tropical climate continues.. I have bamboo still sending new canes out 0.0 Some are growing around 1" a day .. That.. is crazy for October.

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We are  very lucky at  the  moment lots of the country I see are flooded  on the other forums our turn next as it's all ready so wet here at the  moment

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