24 Feb 2021 – an even milder Saint Matthias day

The waving cold front is producing contrasting temperatures across England this lunchtime from just 7°C on the Cumbrian coast in the west, to as high as 17.5°C on the other side of the front in the east. Anomalies as high as 10°C above the long term average of last night have persisted in the mildest across Lincolnshire and north Norfolk. The strong southwesterly foehn wind and strong sunshine in the northeast Scotland have combined to hike up the temperatures close to 13°C even in the colder air behind the front. More importantly this, being St Matthias day after all, there’s absolutely no chance of any freezing.

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