2 January 2021 – snow extent

A great visible image of the extent of the snow cover across the north today thanks to NASA Worldview and despite the thin patches of CUSC. There’s a surprising amount of snow across central and southern Scotland even to low ground, and a good cover over the Lakeland fells. Caithness is providing good protection to the northern coast of the Moray Firth in the N’NEl’y flow at the moment, expect that to change as the gradient continues to veer into the northeast during the next 24 hours, and “wintry” showers start to funnel right up the firth.

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