In Search of Snow
6th January 2017
Today was a total ‘pea souper’ above 350 metres. With a very sparse and depleted snowpack, finding, never mind observing snow proved to be problematical. At the moment, there is high pressure centred more or less due east of Scotland, which creates a warm and moist south-westerly airflow. As has happened, with weather fronts ‘fizzling out’ into the high pressure, this can produce mild, cloudy and drizzly weather in the North West, and particularly on the more coastal mountains. I’m afraid, little change for tomorrow.
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