Snow in the south

Some places in the south of England are seeing their first taste of snow so far this winter. The occlusion, or should that be the occluding cold-warm frontal system as the Met Office have it, is moving along at quite some speed, but at least it came at the right end of the day for snow lovers to get out in it. The first thing that the day shift down in Exeter did this morning was to extend yesterday’s original warning eastward and northward. If these precipitation estimates of mine are anywhere near correct it shows you how much rain is required to put 5 to 10 cms of snow down.

Estimate accumulations from weather radar

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