Little snow left on the high tops

Courtesy of NASA

A beautiful sunny April day across much of Scotland. The snow that we saw in the first week of April across northern Scotland now looks to have all but gone, except that is from the higher tops above 3,000 feet. The extent of the snow in today’s satellite image look similar to those that you might see at the end of May and not April. I think it’s as much the insolation that’s done for it rather than temperatures this April. At first glance I though there was a large CB off the coast of Pembrokeshire, but if there is, there’s nothing falling out of it.

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