Haar Haar

Figure 1

Apologies for the title, I just couldn’t resist it, because its such an awful dreich day down the east coast this morning with temperatures close to 5°C and extensive low stratus and haar (fig 1). The air temperatures correspond closely to the currently observed sea surface temperatures I mentioned in the article about negative North Sea SST anomalies earlier this morning. It’s mixed fortunes weather wise, because meanwhile on the other side of the North Sea in Denmark its blues skies all the way although it’s still quite fresh for early April. Here’s a chart of the relative humidities at 08 UTC this morning (fig 2) to see just how soggy we are on windward side of the North Sea.

Figure 2

Author: xmetman

An ex-metman passionate about all things to do with weather, climate and clouds