I've (rightly) been prompted to get this thread up-and-running! The last few years' threads on here have been excellent, and another one for 2015 will be welcome.
As usual in westerly-dominated winters, the Lake District is doing well on easterly aspects. The top 500ft of Helvellyn has nice a build-up, and I expect this to be a candidate for last snow in England.
The Peak District is carrying some good-sized wreaths on NE facing aspects, with the one at Issues Clough on Black Hill [streetmap.co.uk
] still a good size. A local observer is keeping an eye on that. With a bit of luck we'll have April snow on this range, as it's been a decent winter for snow.
I have scant reports of the Pennines (Cross Fell), but I imagine there's a reasonable amount still to be had. I'll post up some stuff in due course.
In Wales, Donald Perkins is, as usual, doing excellent work with his website: [www.llansadwrn-wx.info
] Always a useful source of information. Given the direction of snow this year I expect there to be a useful amount still at Y Ffoes Ddyfn (pronounced uh foyce THOOv'n
). I am planning a trip down there at Easter (hopefully picking up the Peak District, too).
Any observations, please do post up here.
Edited 1 times. Last edit at 12.01hrs Thu 5 Mar 15 by firefly.