The radar was certainly very lively,some intense ppn showing there more for the midlands than Wales,pretty quiet that thread is.
Today has certainly been one of those nice surprises, yes its thawing now but i expected a dusting followed by heavy driving rain all day when instead there was fairly heavy snow from 7-9am, 2cm cover (an inch on some surfaces like shed roof etc) and instead of turning to rain its a nice slow steady thaw with fog and the temperature only slowly rising.
It got down to -3.0c last night so pretty impressive considering the uppers were nothing that cold.
I did expect snow not quite as heavy s this was,but in the end it came earlier than expected must of been around 6am it started guessing.
If this was a S-ly it would`ve been a poor show,as is an E-ly and fog you can`t go wrong.
As you head into Wales further the fog goes,other way around with a westerly.
0.7c here thinking about thawing,still freezing higher up 340m.
Just the weekened pretty cold westerlies with a hint of NW-ly and a few wintry showers.
Then next week mild wet and very windy I`m making the most of today.
0.5c now so the snow will stay today at least.