Another very large temperature contrast north south across the country today.
I don’t know the exact technical term for this ‘shield’ of cloud is, other than calling it jet stream cirrus but I know its a harbinger of rapid development. I quite like shield of cloud that I’ve coined, who knows perhaps it’ll catch on.
I was rather surprised that they didn’t cancel it earlier, and had thought they might leave the warning in force and brazen it out like they’ve done in the past, after all it is a rather windy day south of 53° north, and there have been a few lively gusts around.
Some observations on last night’s analysis.
Darren Bett is showing all the signs of a severe case of chillyitus (x5) in the weather on BBC news at 1.28 PM today.
The cold front from low Siro over Iceland is now into the west of Ireland
What’s that strange lump of cloud over southwest England? And can occlusions turn into cold fronts at will?
Elvis II is born of the western isles.
What’s the collective noun for any number of occluded weather fronts?