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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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2 hours ago, Badgers01 said:

yes very mild on the run this morning big moist gusts of wind but remaining dry for now !!

Reading some of the other forums it not a pretty picture in some parts of the country  at    the  moment

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It has been quite blustery today and all through most of yesterday.  This was not forecasted and there is still confusion whether or not (according to the on-line weather forecasts) there will be any rain today.  I think it will be a case of now casting.

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A dry window this morning and with the wind my lawn was finally dry so got that cut...and here comes the rain again (falling on my head like a new emotion) ?

Sadly ecm going for now a short cooler dry period next week as opposed to what it was running for the last couple of days and with low pressure once again in charge come the start of the new month (why shouldn't we be surprised).

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There has been heavy showers in Tilbury and in South Ockendon throughout the afternoon and into the early evening.  The temperature went up to 16.5ºC.  The temperature at 8:32pm is 12.4% and the humidity is at 75%. The barometric pressure is 1,006.43 hPa.

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45 minutes ago, Blessed Weather said:

A striking graph line showing the plummeting temperature as the cold front went through at around 18.00 this evening. Strolling home from a teatime pint it felt notably different from the silly mild of 17.7C at 12.40 lunchtime.

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The cold has finally arrived on the SE Kent coast too - dropped 6c in 15 minutes!

 

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Seriously hoping for a cold snap, I had honey bees in the chimney stack, and they were making there way into my flat, wasn't bothered by them at all, I could catch them easy, and release them outside, but sadly, im now getting wasps, and looking at the stack earlier, I fear they've killed the bees to get to the honey, and they're a bloody nightmare, been chasing 1 in my front room for 2 hour's, now I can't find the bloody thing lol, a good cold snap will finish them off, as they struggle to fly at around 10c

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10 minutes ago, snowrye said:

Seriously hoping for a cold snap, I had honey bees in the chimney stack, and they were making there way into my flat, wasn't bothered by them at all, I could catch them easy, and release them outside, but sadly, im now getting wasps, and looking at the stack earlier, I fear they've killed the bees to get to the honey, and they're a bloody nightmare, been chasing 1 in my front room for 2 hour's, now I can't find the bloody thing lol, a good cold snap will finish them off, as they struggle to fly at around 10c

Frost sunday night 2c for your area

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The skies are still overcast in Thurrock and temperatures have only slightly gone down.  At 11:45pm, the temperature is 11.3ºC and the humidity is at 73%.  Pressure: 1015mb, Steady

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Loved this cold front passing through. It reminded me of Canada in the Fall when a cold front coming down form the arctic could drop temps 30oC in an hour or so. Obviously nowhere near the extreme but a cold front is a cold front ?❄️

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Much cooler this morning (7C currently) but with mainly clear skies and some sunshine, finally. Satellite pic shows this well, the front now affecting N France and much of the continent. Warmer air ahead of it, 19C in Prague currently, that’s unusual for late October. 

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Temperature high: 6.6 C

Temperature low:  6.4 C

Temperature average: 6.5 C

Dew point high: 5.0 C

Dew point low: 4.8 C

Dew point average: 4.9 C

Barometric pressure high: 1,010.84 hPa

Barometric pressure low: 1,010.50 hPa

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Well just looked out the window street lights back on.. (we have them turned off from midnight-4am) can see first proper frost! Pretty to see at last.. Some places look like - 1 or - 2!!

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First air frost of the season here in the Hadleigh 'hole'. Got down to -0.8C imby and in the early light the lawn is twinkling and the roofs are white. And plenty of sunshine to look forward to. What's not to like with this welcomed break from grey and wet!  :oldsmile:

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