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❄️ A yellow severe weather warning for has been issued for Tuesday night and Wednesday morning for southeast England. 1-3 cm of are expected widely. Stay ❄️
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J Jan 27
Replying to @metoffice
So the snow is staying away mostly from central England?
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secret spy Jan 27
Replying to @metoffice
What happened to this pasting South Wales was going to have?
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Met Office Jan 27
Replying to @JustJamieWWFC
Hello! Where would you like a forecast for? ^Jennifer
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Met Office Jan 27
Replying to @michael55073693
Hi - Tuesday brings the potential for some disruptive snow. After something of a respite on Wednesday, further transient snow is likely on Thursday. Widespread, perhaps severe overnight frosts, and ice likely. More here: ^Jennifer
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J Jan 27
Replying to @metoffice
Sourthern Central England in general
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𝗗𝗮𝗻 𝗟𝗼𝘄𝗲 (𝘽𝙖𝙧𝙢𝙮 𝘽𝙡𝙪𝙚𝙗𝙞𝙧𝙙) Jan 27
Replying to @metoffice
So we may see some in Cardiff then?
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Sharon O'Connor Jan 27
Replying to @metoffice
Will it affect Lincoln or will we miss it?
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secret spy Jan 27
Replying to @metoffice
That just shows some rain for Cardiff on Tuesday and nothing else lol
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Met Office Jan 27
Replying to @wwfcinactive
It would depend exactly whereabouts in the region but parts of central England are affected by the weather warning and could see snow, for instance Nottingham down to Oxford. You can see the areas covered by the weather warning here: ^Jennifer
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Met Office Jan 27
Replying to @BarmyBluebird94
Hi Dan - Tuesday brings the potential for some disruptive snow. After something of a respite on Wednesday, further transient snow is likely on Thursday. Widespread, perhaps severe overnight frosts, and ice likely. More here: ^Jennifer
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Freddie Walker Jan 27
Replying to @metoffice
Is there potential for there to be more snow than expected now in Kent. How much could kent get?
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Met Office Jan 27
Replying to @shar0narmstr0ng
Hi Sharon - Lincoln has a yellow warning for snow in place valid from 21:00 Tuesday until midday Wednesday. Keep updated here: ^Jennifer
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Ben Harding Jan 27
Replying to @metoffice
Isle of Wight likely to get any? 🙏🏼
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Met Office Jan 27
Replying to @paullydrew1993
Hi Paul - it's becoming wet during Tuesday, with the potential for disruptive snow overnight into Wednesday. Further rain, perhaps preceded by snow, on Thursday. Overnight frost and ice is likely. Keep updated here: ^Jennifer
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Redwood Jan 27
Replying to @metoffice
Is Scotland dodging this..? Hope so
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Met Office Jan 27
Replying to @michael55073693
Please refer to the regional forecast at the bottom of the page in conjunction with the symbolic data. ^Jennifer
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Met Office Jan 27
Replying to @FredddWalker
Hi - there is relatively high uncertainty for the period, however some significant snow is possible Tuesday into Wednesday, and perhaps again late Thursday. The yellow warning from 21:00 Tuesday - midday Wednesday applies to Kent. See more here: ^Jennifer
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Met Office Jan 27
Replying to @northamsoul7
Hi Ben - there is relatively high uncertainty for the period, however some significant snow is possible Tuesday into Wednesday, and perhaps again late Thursday. Keep updated here: ^Jennifer
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Met Office Jan 27
Replying to @Rosskirkwood2
Hi - whereabouts in Scotland are you? ^Jennifer
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