Temperatures from a ship and the moist adiabatic lapse rate help solve the mystery of why chunks of ice fell.
Last night there was a slight to moderate frost across Scotland, which was locally severe in places with a snow cover.
This stands testimony to all what’s wrong with their current warnings system at moment.
Warnings of ice don’t sound as dangerous than those of a thunderstorm, but are they?
Weather warnings not working again for the Highlands as glazed ice makes walking and driving hazardous.
I was going to title this blog “Told you!” but thought that was blowing my own trumpet a bit too much.
A poor yellow warning for ice from the Met Office.
Some observations on last night’s analysis.
I wonder what happens when three yellow warnings collide?