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Snow Cannon

Snow Cannon keeps firing

Beast from the East? The Siberian Bear? Well…the Swedes are calling it the Snow Cannon.

And so it continues…although the Breamish Valley has now been downgraded from an amber warning to a yellow warning. So, we’re approaching the end of this highly-unusual severe weather event that’s swept across Europe. Phew!

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Nacreous clouds

Nacreous clouds

By Peter Slater

[All images © Peter Slater 2016 – used with permission]

I’d been reading the article Respite from the Storms and it reminded me of the walk I had a couple of days ago (Wed 3 Feb 2016) at Embleton. There wasn’t a cloud to be seen. I can’t remember the last time that happened. Interestingly, there have been lots of sightings from around the UK of rare nacreous clouds and we had them here too.

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Respite from the storms

Respite

Well, the past couple of days or so has seen a bit of a respite from the latest effects of storm Henry (Named on:30 January 2016; Date of impact on UK: 1-2 February 2016).

There have been some occasional blue skies in the Breamish Valley, the wind has abated a bit (which means I can now go out cycling again) and there are signs of Spring cropping up everywhere.

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