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Chris.R

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    Crosby, north Liverpool, Merseyside (18 M ASL)
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    Wether observations;
    Audio field recording.
  • Weather Preferences
    Winter - snow, Irish sea convection. Summer - thunderstorms, hot sunny days

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  1. it’s horrible. If there was some way to have drizzle removed from the climate I would do anything to make it happen. I can cope with heavy rain or gales but I absolutely HATE drizzle!
  2. Frost watch season 17/18

    Down to 6.8°C this morning, very very respectable at this time of year here, don't usually get that low untill mid October.
  3. Down to 6.8°C this morning, very very respectable at this time of year here, don't usually get that low untill mid October.
  4. I noticed that developing before I went to bed. If only the Wind had been from the opposite direction. At least you made up for mostly missing out the other day. :-)
  5. Frost watch season 17/18

    Coldest night since 11th May last night; went down to 8.2°C. Maybe down to single figures again tonight.
  6. Enjoy it :-) If only the flow was SouthEasterly.
  7. A-up what's this; some sferics not far away in Cheshire. Got a bit of CAPE this evening, let's see what happens.
  8. Maybe a land breeze from the continent developed overnight and created a convergence zone as it met the northerly flow?
  9. Yeah I think the word heat here refers to the phenomenon being seen commonly during elevated plume set ups in hot weather. More of a traditional term rather than a meteorological one.
  10. A cold night last night with a low of 8.2°C. It would've got lower if cloud and a few showers hadn't come in before dawn. It was the coldest night since 11th May. Might be colder tonight as well if the cloud can stay away.
  11. Dry and sunny all day, 13.7°C. Low last night of 9.9°C. Expecting a bit lower tonight with a light off-shore breeze.
  12. One of the most beautiful days since July here, very sunny and dry. Showers? What showers! Then again we are at Diurnal maximum I suppose. .
  13. One of the most beautiful days since July here, very sunny and dry. Showers? What showers! Then again we are at Diurnal maximum I suppose. .
  14. I hope you were both insured!
  15. A sharp but short lived spike of CAPE showing for early hours of tomorrow in Liverpool bay and coastal areas, probably another trough like this morning. Steering Winds are NW veering NNW 20-30 mph. Let's see what happens.
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