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#1 Posted : 29 November 2021 17:26:22(UTC)
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Nothing compared to the north Pennines,  I realise, but so much rarer that it's worth recording.

Light covering at sea level (Chichester) at 9am, 2-3 cm at 200m+ asl on the Downs. By lunchtime the snow had melted below about 100m. asl and was beginning to thaw on the tops.


View eastwards from Beacon Hill


Kill Devil Copse


Track on Harting Downs


You can almost count the flakes


These Belted Galloways didn't seem worried


The Army doing a bit of snow clearance?

 

 

 

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#2 Posted : 29 November 2021 21:21:00(UTC)
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Dew- the snow stayed on rooftops and some ground surfaces all day just west of here (and not much asl). Only 1C at 4pm and some droplets on branches still just about ice in the woods. Oddly, high ground in the Otterbourne area was less snowy at this time than low ground towards Baddesley.

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#3 Posted : 29 November 2021 21:22:51(UTC)
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Silly comment alert- Sunday was I think 28th Nov in 2010 as well.

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#4 Posted : 29 November 2021 22:16:03(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Bertwhistle Go to Quoted Post

Silly comment alert- Sunday was I think 28th Nov in 2010 as well.

My calendar says Sat 28th 2010 What am I missing?

But certainly the snow was patchy - very little a few miles east of Chichester. A few roofs in Chichester hstill had snow at the end of the afternoon and convrsely some had none earlier that morning. You can see who spent on roof insulation

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