Well you thought Nemo was a friendly little Clownfish which featured in a Disney film and had an all singing and dancing happy ending in the warm waters of the Pacific Ocean. Think again everybody!!


Ex-snowstorm Nemo which caused havoc in America’s North East is about to hit the shores of Britain with weather warnings issued for Mid and Northern Wales for early tomorrow morning. More than 4 inches (10cm) could fall on higher ground across Flintshire, Powys, Denbighshire and Gwynedd, with up to 2 inches (5cm) falling at lower levels. So just when you thought it was safe to pack away the winter boots you need to put them back on again. Be careful of drifting on the higher levels.


However it is likely that this will change to sleet and rain later in the day, so the snow at lower levels should clear, however this does raise the risk of ice.


The same amounts are expected across the Pennines so travel could be disrupted (Again!!) and areas of Scotland will also receive more snow too. All these are being classed as Yellow warnings by the Met Office at the moment which is the lowest level, thank goodness, although the warning does stay in place until 8.00pm tomorrow evening. So travelling to and from work could be a problem in many areas. Although expect to see gritters across the country to be out in force over the next twenty-four hours.


So wrap up warm get those winter boots back on and remember to check on any elderly neighbours to make sure they are OK. Updates will be issued throughout the day, local radio and TV being the best sources; And because it’s the UK its all change again later in the week according to the Met Office!!