Goodbye fine spell

Things are on the change as from today across most of the country, as the anticyclonic block that’s been resident with us for the last eight days or so to the west of Norway, finally retreats towards Iceland, and we see another couple of cold days with north or northeasterly winds as a small surface low and its associated cold pool (1000-500 hPa thicknesses less than 528 dam) meander around the north of Scotland. Stratus has already invaded coastal counties from the North Sea overnight and covers much of the east except for the Cairngorms and parts of the Moray coast. Hopefully this won’t take all day to burn back to the coast.

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