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.
If I were the chief I would be getting the heebeegeebees about the winds tomorrow across the central belt of Scotland.
The tightening of the flow across western Scotland looks threatening
A look at the latest NWP forecast charts for Sunday.
The 528 dm thickness was always referred to at outstations as the snow line.
Call it delusions of grandeur if you like, but sometimes I get the distinct impression that someone down in the forecasting office in Exeter does occasionally read some of the stuff I write on xmetman.
A few thoughts about low Fenja or should that be storm Brendan on Monday.
I can’t work out how the UKMO model generates too separate lows when the others can only find one
Put it down to too much schnapps…
Possibility of gales along the channel coast as low Ailton continues to deepen.
It will be interesting to see who ends up right about this one
The latest 12 UTC run of the ICON and GFS models
Something for the chief to ponder on
A bit of a dilemma for the chief.
I don’t know why the Americans opted for a French name in their list of tropical cyclones this year, perhaps they have partnered up with Meteo France in another name that storm collaboration.
Forecast of a wet weekend and screen resolutions…