Following Winter’s Return, UK Warms Up But Remains Largely Dry

It’s been a rather wintry past few days across the UK with many northern areas seeing snow while many more witnessed the biting north wind and overnight frosts.

The setup which has delivered the chill.

Credit: Met Office

Check out the upside down temps at noon today.

Credit: BBC Weather

Here are some of the scenes from recent days. Aviemore received 9cm, Aboyne, 3cm.

Braemar

Credit: Ross Mackey‏ 
@Rossco_Mack

Near Aberdeen

Credit: Stephane Gentile

Credit: BBC Weather Watchers

Credit: BBC Weather Watchers

Loch Morlich

Credit: Highland Weather

Change comes tonight in the form of a cloudier north, clearer south.

Credit: Met Office

As we head towards the forthcoming bank holiday weekend, little changes. It stays quiet, fairly cloudy with a lighter NW flow.

The Atlantic remains held at bay by high pressure just to our west. This appears to hold through the weekend but low pressure will influence Mon-Tue but after that? Looks like the HP regroups and so we remain largely dry and warmer.

Credit: chorleyweather.com

Credit: chorleyweather.com

Credit: chorleyweather.com

Credit: chorleyweather.com

Credit: chorleyweather.com

Credit: chorleyweather.com

Credit: chorleyweather.com

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