The descriptive terms to describe temperature in weather forecasts
If we are going to continue to rely on piggybacking flood warnings on the back of weather forecasts at the end of the national news, sufficient time needs to be allocated for both flooding and severe weather warnings.
Would you have issued a warning for snow?
The weather of Sunday 10 November 2019
Tomasz Schafernaker gives a perfect example of how to implement dodge #2 from the weather presenters book of dodges.
Why is it that the BBC weather forecast don’t colour code rainfall intensities like the Met Office do?
Meteogroup and their multiple shades of blue
A “wintry mix” to the precipitation over the higher ground of Scotland again today.
“Snow over the tops of the mountains” – wouldn’t it be quicker and more informative to say “snow above 700 metres”?
The snows not limited to just mountain tops today Simon.
Temperatures still a touch below average, on the cool side, and rather disappointing for the time of year?
The clichés used by TV weather presenters to describe temperature
You don’t have to wait till Thursday because the cold air is already here Ben.
Just why do weather presenters
use the term cooler in November?
What about all the fog in the inner Moray Firth?