High pressure starting to slip SE.

18th February 2008

Well it had to come to an end at some point. The high pressure system that has been so magnificently dominating our weather for the past week is slowly starting to slip away to the SE.
It will still be dry tomorrow with fairly light winds and the freezing level will rise to around 2000 metres with plus 5 degrees centigrade forecast at 1000 metres. There will be some softening of surface layers but it will take a while. There has been a dusting of new snow but amounts are very limited and they will disappear fairly rapidly tomorrow.
Sam

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