There is some great detail in this mornings visible image of the snow covered landscape across England and Wales in the visible MODIS satellite image from NASA. The top of the Exe valley in Exmoor, the bit of snow on the Blackdowns in Devon. Rutland water stands out very well as does the River Severn. All the big cities are a dirty grey compared with the white of the snow. And a curious snow free tongue northwest of London close to the Chilterns. There is a wealth of detail in this image, as there is every day, and I think I could have drilled down a little further but I had to keep the file size of the image within limits.