Ugh - winter is back with a vengenance..
Wednesday, February 22, 2006
A Metcheck weather warning has been issued for parts of the UK.
22 February : 05:35:10 PM
24 February : 11:00:10 PM
-- Sleet & Snow--
Areas Affected: - Central & Southern England-
Outbreaks of rain, sleet and snow will push into Eastern parts of England and Scotland through Wednesday night bringing a transient spell of snow to parts of Scotland and Northern England, especially above 200m. Into Thursday the precipitation will continue to push Southwards bringing a further transient spell of snow on its forward edge. However across Central and Southern parts of England and Wales the snow may well remain as snow for a longer period of time than further North, especially above 200m to 250m. As a result higher parts of Devon, Wales and Southeast England could see accumulations of snow by the end of Thursday.
As the low pressure system clears away overnight on Thursday and into Friday it re-introduces colder air again from the East. As a result any precipitation that remains during the course of Friday will fall as snow across most parts of England and Wales even down to relatively low levels (100m to 150m). There still remains some uncertainty over just how much snow will fall and when any rain turns back to snow later in the day on Thursday and into Friday. Winds will be moderate to strong from the East, especially on Friday bringing about a significant wind chill factor.
Driving conditions will be hazardous from time to time, especially across higher routes throughout England and Wales. This weather watch will be updated or upgraded during Thursday.
Can someone tell me why I wanted to move to the South East..lol
Flying towards my dreams @6:56 pm
*My ramblings on life and stitching*