Cold air finally arrives but is it cold enough?

Temperatures are up to five or six degrees colder that they were at the same time yesterday across the southeast of England, but is it cold enough to produce widespread snow and merit an amber warning? At the moment wet snow is falling across the east of Kent and higher ground in Sussex but this is not one of these events that’s going to start as snow, but one that starts as rain that turns to snow, and I know from experience of the last couple of winters that might not happen.

What do you think?

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