Snow returns to the tops…

Not a peep about the chances of any snow from these showers across the higher ground of Scotland or northern England from Carol Kirkwood this morning. She seemed overly concerned about the Cherry blossom and some rain further south, so I thought that I would just say that it has been snowing down to relatively low levels (~1000 feet) at Loch Morlich in the Cairngorms this morning. I would like to show a thermogram from Cairngorm but the temperature sensor of the SIESAWS is still disabled, so you’ll have to make do with one from the Cairnwell at just over 3,000 feet instead. There are unconfirmed reports that the Met technicians for Scotland have been called down to Exeter to help install a new ring main for the new supercomputer, and that’s the reason why some many AWS up here are faulty at the moment.

2 thoughts on “Snow returns to the tops…”

  1. I don’t think the locals rely on Carol Kirkwood to tell them whether it will be rain or snow on the tops in these low temperatures.
    It is obvious surely?

    1. You’re right of course Len, but you would think that a girl who was brought up in the Highlands as she was, would find some way to mention it in her forecasts.

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