A very specific forecast

Courtesy UKMO

I couldn’t resist showing you this mornings very specific forecast for the Highlands for Wednesday from the Met Office. They say that if the rain reaches Dalwhinnie it could possibly turn to snow. What’s so special about Dalwhinnie? Why not Carrbridge or Aviemore? Maybe it’s because Dalwhinnie lies on the boundary of their Highlands region? Either way there’s plenty of high ground to guarantee that some of the precipitation will fall as snow across a large part of the Highland region. Why didn’t they provide some helpful information by saying that snow is expected above 250 M, rather than “possibly turning to snow if it reaches Dalwhinnie”?

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