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The PIT last won the day on June 27 2016

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  1. A mild start but cloudy Temp 6.2C, low 5.2C, Barometer 1022mb rising, Wind F3 WNW, Rainfall nil
  2. A swing back to a slightly cooler outlook. Ideally we want the 3rd low to go the same of the second then it would be game on. Still if it go the way shown on the GFS I have my next favorite weather "very windy"
  3. A dry mild day with long sunny spells Max temp 8.1C, now 6.1C, Barometer 1014mb rising, Wind F3 NW, Rainfall nil
  4. A slight drop today Sunny Sheffield at 7.9C +1.6C above normal. Rainfall mounting up at 48.4mm 55.7% of the monthly average. Today is looking like the first dry day since the 15th of November although rain has been mentioned overnight which will scupper that. Local forecast is showing above average figures courtesy of mild nights until Thursday and Friday then turning milder on Saturday. So it's likely any drops in the daytime average will be countered by a rise in the nighttime temperatures. So I'm not expecting any major drops until end of the week. However plenty of unceratinity about the cold to the east however we all know that once a change to milder conditions are indicated within a reasonable time frame it's very rarely that Models don't home in on this. Sadly cold is the other way and can disappear at a very short time notice as anybody who can remember the failed beast from the east which got down to T120 and then all models ditched it overnight and we remained in the mild regime.
  5. Nothing really of note here max gust 46mph just before six this morning. Beeb reckon the winds will get up again this evening GFS thinks not so a question of seeing what actually happens.
  6. More showers which were heavy this afternoon continuing breezy. A mild day. Max temp 8.9C now 8.4C, Barometer 990mb falling, Wind F5 W, Rainfall 12.6 according to the Davies.
  7. Showers quickly died away now sunny and breezy Temp 8.8C. Barometer 994mb falling, Wind F4 WSW, Rainfall 10mm
  8. Sunny Sheffield at 8C +1.6C above normal. Rainfall 39.2mm 45.1% of average Models still showing a bit of difference but the trend still continues towards the less cold outlook. Overall its looking like we will get a very mild month.
  9. A wet start with heavy showers mild Temp 7.6C, low 6.7C, Barometer 996mb rising, Wind F4 WSW, Rainfall 8.2mm
  10. Been up to 44 mph here this evening. This one has downgraded steadily all the way through. Pity it looked interesting at one point.
  11. Sunny Sheffield at 7.9C +1.4C above normal. Rainfall 23.5mm 32.8% of rainfall. With a massive shift in the models in 24 hrs we have lost any cold next week so little in the may of decline of temperatures next week. Rodger will know that I'm looking at >6C value. If we end up high above that in 64 years of records we have never had a cold winter. Stats are made to be broken but I think ending up above 6C is rather likely.
  12. A mild day but turning colder than forecast later on but still a mild day. Breeziest part of the day but nothing to write home about. Quieter than expected. Some hail showers in the afternoon. Max temp 10.5C now 5.2C, Barometer 995mb falling, Wind F4 WSW, rainfall 6.4mm
  13. So todays system remains unnamed keeping the confused system going.
  14. Even further downgrades with max gusts around 76mph these quickly dropping to 60 mph. These are winds out a sea so inland just a run of mill windy day.
  15. Wet very mild start Temp 11.9C, Barometer 996mb falling, Wind F4 SSW, Rainfall 2.6mm