First signs of spring in the south

It pains me to say it but much milder arrived across the country yesterday, but it will still take some time for the milder air to clear all the lying snow that’s accumulated across eastern parts, so it’s still rather cold in these areas this morning. Pressure continues to build during the next ten days, and with southerly winds we could see temperatures getting into the sixties across the south according to the ECMWF model. The big question is – which one of these Meteograms is for St James Park in London and which one is for Strathpeffer? Answers on a postcard to the usual address.

2 thoughts on “First signs of spring in the south”

  1. Anglesey 12:45. 10°C ; 1010mb: Hazy Sun. Snowdrops (been out for 2 wks) daffodils about to open, bluebells on the way, Yucca flower got hit in last weeks cold, grass needs a cut but too wet.

    1. We’ve had Snowdrops for a couple of weeks too…
      Daffodils just starting to push through now.
      Don’t mention grass!

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