23rd March 2023
Following last nights heavy snow showers there was drifting in the strong South-South-Westerly winds throughout the day today. Showers became lighter and more scattered during the day with periods of good visibility. For a time overnight the showers had turned to rain below around 950 metres. Roller ball activity is evidence of the period of rain, as is the crust at this height. Precipitation then turned to snow down to around 700 metres, although this snow has begun to thaw as the freezing level has risen again. The freezing level rose to around 1100 metres by the end of the afternoon.
Spindrift in the strong South-South-Westerly winds.
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