Met Office finally use their common

Courtesy UKMO

The Met Office have finally seen some common sense with tomorrows yellow warning for snow and broken up that convoluted hourglass shaped area they had, and unlike yesterday’s version, which stopped at Aviemore, has now been extended right into the northwest Highlands. Last night in Strathpeffer we did see a brief spell of moderate snow that added a fresh couple of centimetres to the existing snow cover, even though we were outwith the warning area and on low ground. Its less cold than yesterday (when temperatures hardly rose above freezing all day), that’s thanks to a moderate northeasterly blowing up into the Cromarty firth. Winds tomorrow will have veered a little more into the east and I wonder how much a factor that will have on the chances of rain rather than snow.

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