The models are predicting a wet start to the week across western Scotland, particularly on the Outer isles and Skye. The totals don’t look quite as dire in the 00 UTC run of the GFS as the 100 to 125 mm predicted in the yellow warning from the...
This is what the 12 UTC run of the GFS model looks like at days nine to fifteen – don’t get too excited – this could all be just science fiction. It certainly would be nice to see this come off if you don’t happen to live in...
The Met Office must be very confident in their mesoscale model, because rather surprisingly they are not expecting much in the way of impacts from snow away from the higher ground of the southern uplands and Cumbria (updated).
Now that we have waved a fond farewell to Ciara it’s now time to cast our gaze forward to later in the week.
The tightening of the flow across western Scotland looks threatening
A look at the latest NWP forecast charts for Sunday.
The westerly airstream is so strong it’s blowing cold air right across the Atlantic from Arctic Canada, which seems to be the only way that any cold air can reach IONA these days, forget about those cold continental easterlies they are so passé
Why is it in their video forecasts do we ever see any Met Office model output displayed?
The 528 dm thickness was always referred to at outstations as the snow line.
Thursday is shaping up to be an interesting day with all the NWP models at sixes and sevens about exactly what track low Clara is taking
I can’t work out how the UKMO model generates too separate lows when the others can only find one
After a short mild spell there may be light, or should that be white, at the end of the tunnel.
It will be interesting to see who ends up right about this one
The latest 12 UTC run of the ICON and GFS models