The most likely scenario is rain turning to snow by 5:30-6:00pm tomorrow. A little elevation will help.
Friday morning still looks like another opportunity, which have the advantage of being after a cold night.
I know it risks clouding the next couple of days but there is still a good chance that by early next week we'll be under the influence of a cold high pressure. The precise positioning is key and some output puts it to our NE allowing cold air to reach the South particularly and an increasing chance of snow later in the week.
The ECM continues to support this including pulling in some very cold air off the near continent.
Here's hoping for something snowy tomorrow.
Tomorrow morning still looks interesting with another chance of snow. After that the chance of a block located near Scandinavia is still now likely, so expect to see hints in the TV forecasts, as that would at the very least bring much colder (and drier) air over the South, with a chance of showers or longer spells of snow later.
Oh. This morning's data also shows some snow in advance of rain on Sunday as a front stalls over the East of the UK, but that's a while off.
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Any rain around the Horley area at the moment anyone
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