Null points from Easter Ross

Originally tweeted by Met Office (@metoffice) on 22 January 2021.

Occasional snow showers have been drifting down in the northwesterly for the last twenty four hours or more across Easter Ross. You know the kind the one that turns the view outside to ones you see in a snowball. I had though that the showers had all died out but we’ve just had another light one just now. We now have four or five centimetres of fluffy snow and temperatures around -4°C at dawn this morning. Under the fluffy snow is a patchy layer of frozen ice and snow from last week, and footpaths and pavements are quite treacherous because of this.
The boundary of yesterday’s warning for snow and ice was just to the west of Dingwall and Strathpeffer even though in their NWP animation for the warning in Twitter, it’s quite apparent that snow showers would extend much further into the Highlands. Anyway it’s null points from Easter Ross.

Courtesy UKMO
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