When you can’t pin down exactly where the showers will be why not let the NWP model do the work and display a rainfall accumulation chart?
It’s not looking too bad on a another lovely autumn blue sky day in the north of Scotland
I wish the BBC would specify which model they are using because it looks nothing like the UKMO forecast chart
For those not suffering from Scotia Myopia Disorder it’s been a lovely autumn day in the north of Scotland
Still large differences in just how the world’s NWP models see the demise of Lorenzo and the impacts it will bring
The latest news from the NWP models regarding Lorenzo.
I wonder if Barry didn’t produce as much rain as was predicted because of poor NWP modelling or a failure in global heating to do it’s thing?
Is Oxford observatory the longest temperature series in the British Isles as Jonathan Amos claims?
Having just listened to the BBC forecast at lunchtime, and then the local forecast for Scotland, there was little or no mention of the word snow. Now I realise that 99.8% of people in eastern Scotland are not going to be the slightest bit bothered about the fact that there is going to be quite a lot of snow today above 500 metres today (see attached forecast), but I did think for people’s safety it is worth a mention. Not all hill walkers are that switched on and would be bothered to read these mountain forecasts from the Met Office,...
According to the BBC lunchtime forecast on Saturday, the weather through this May bank holiday is “looking a little bit mixed”. I would have thought the emphasis in any forecast today should have been on just how cold it was for the time of year, with 1200 UTC anomalies on Saturday widely between 2 and 4°C below average and as much as 9.5°C (Scampton, Lincolnshire) below the LTA in any any showers in eastern areas.