#Snow continues to march eastwards! Much of central/southern England and Wales to receive accumulations today, if not already. Snow lingering in parts through the day with chance of around 10cm for some, especially the Midlands. pic.twitter.com/dMvZHIJXRs
Wow! Dramatic precip totals and lots of flooding from #StormCristoph, here's the cumulative radar totals for yesterday, over 100mm showing in the S Pennines and Welsh hills, all falling on saturated soils. pic.twitter.com/IRbyAXmOTF
#StormChristoph brings us rather turbulent weather in the next 48 hours. Continued heavy rain with a flood risk, some brisk winds, and then some snow for N/W Britain, including heavy falls for the Southern Uplands and Cairngorms 🌬️☔️🌨️ pic.twitter.com/GWePydf00Y
Lots of rain on the way for Wales and NW Eng over the next few days.
Cumulative totals exceeding 100mm by end of day Wednesday, alongside any snowmelt, could bring a significant flood risk... pic.twitter.com/L7wO4Eb6Fs
To key workers & any other early house leavers, some of you may just have to pull out the car scrapers for your windscreens early tomorrow am!❄️
Turning less cold over the next two nights away from Scotland/N England though, owing to plenty of cloud and rain.