Milder in the north

It may be a colder day across many parts of England and Wales than it was at the same time yesterday, but paradoxically further north and west temperatures are much milder, that’s thanks to the strong winds and the proximity and warmer air circulating around storm Christoph. Showers have been of predominantly of rain on low ground in the north today, with any snow restricted to higher ground above 250 M. Locally in the strath it’s stripped the 5 cm covering of snow we saw yesterday, leaving behind some stubborn icy patches once again. Hopefully partial 1000-500 hPa thicknesses should fall back below 528 dm in the coming days as Christoph fills and edges away, and showers will fall as snow down to lower levels once again.

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