Remarkably thin warm front – really?

Todays 12 UTC analysis from the UKMO is another one for my collection of remarkable analysis charts from them. The contoured dew points would certainly support there being a warm-cold front down the 1° west line of longitude running down the North Sea but the visible satellite image suggests its a remarkably thin warm front and more a nephanalysis than a real boundary marking a sharp change of airmass. It’s no wonder they’ve marked a bit of it as undergoing frontolysis.

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