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Monday 4th February 2008

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Broken cloud and dry after heavy evening rain.

Temp: 3.9C, falling

Dewpoint: 2.7C, falling

Windchill: 3.9C

Humidity: 92%, steady

Pressure: 988.5mb, steady

Wind: 0.0mph

Rain yesterday: 13.8mm

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5.8 DgC

995.0 mb rising 1.8 mb/hr

Wind 3.7 mph gusitng 37.1 mph max W (43.0 mph max last 24 hours)

DP 3.2 DgC

Humidity 82%

1.0mm rain last 24 hours

Cloud base 1171ft

Bright with some rain expected later

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beautiful morning, clear skies, min 2.2C with about a touch of ground frost and a light sw breeze

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Overnight rain and gales cleared during the early hours allowing the temperature to fall low enough for a ground frost, minimum air temperature 1.0, minimum on the grass –3.5c. Currently at 9am, clear and sunny with a ground frost.

Readings at 09:00

Sky Conditions, Clear.

Temperature 1.4°C

Wet Bulb 1.1°C

Dew Point 0.5°C

Humidity 94%

Barometer 993mb, rising.

Wind, SW light.

Minimum 1.0°C

Minimum on grass –3.5°C

Average wind 6 mph SW.

Maximum gust 10mph

Yesterday, 03 February 2008

Has been a dry and windy night, with the SE wind gusting to 35mph. Currently at reading time, dry, bright and cold with a strong SE wind. The morning and afternoon continued dry, very windy and cold feeling with increasing amounts cloud. Rain followed during the evening, with continuing high winds. Maximum temperature, 6.0c, rain 4mm.

Paul

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Mix of cloud and blue sky.

Temperature 5.6ºc

Humidity 68%

Pressure 990mb

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A lovely day here.

9º C at midday.

c. 15mph breeze

995 mb pressure (rising)

Lots of blue sky and surprising to me ..

warmth in that sunshine.

BL.

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sunny spells and mild, 10.0C (max 10.1)

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Rain last night cleared with the arrival of frost and ice this morning. The first time I have seen frost and cu-nimbs at the same time. Mainly dry and sunny today, just one sleety shower at lunchtime. Cold with a high of 6.6C.

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An icy/frosty start and a mostly sunny day with a gentle SW wind. There were a few showers through the afternoon, one of which was heavy with small hail. Max temp was 9c.

Clear at the moment, calm, 5c.

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A cold and icy start followed by a few brief showers but the wind made it feel very cold

max temp 8.3c

low temp 1.6c

max wind 25mph

current [email protected] 19.32 is 6.3c

dewpoint 3c

barometer 1001.7mbs

humidity 80%

rainfall 1mm :blush:

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Heavy rain has arrived with strong winds.

Temp: 8.3C, rising

Dewpoint: 5.3C, steady

Windchill: 4.8C

Humidity: 81%, falling

Pressure: 1000.6mb, falling

Wind: 13.0mph, gusting 27.8mph, from the south-southwest

Rain so far today: 2.3mm

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Nice white patch about to hit!

Rain started 2100, heavy past 20 minutes, gusty SE wind.

Temp actually falling in the rain currently: 5.0c.

Current pressure: 994 mbar, falling (did not get above 1000 all day).

Todays summary:

Clear periods and frosty night.

Min: -1.1c @ 0730.

Yesterdays rain: 9.2mm.

Sunny intervals and a few brief showers with hail.

Mild.

Max: 9.8c @1400.

Edit: Really heavy stuff coming on!

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Quite at the mo, with the odd gust now n then... waiting for the heavy rain to sweap acroos and wake me up in the hearly hours

Surprised the met office has not issued a weather warning for that heavy rain, looks to be quite heavy in places with spots of white showing up on the radar.

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Periods of very heavy rain continuing with a strong and gusty SSE wind.

11mm past 2 hours, so more flooding issues seem likely this week.

Current temp: 4.2c.

Pressure fallen quite rapidly this evening is now at 989 mbar.

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