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Saturday 9th February 2008

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wow today has been a glorous day!! Not a cloud in the sky, no wind, Ive been sitting outside with a t-shirt on!! it felt like a summers morning all today with the warm sunshine and the fresh clear air!! wonderfull :rolleyes:

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A memorable day!

Min: 5.0c, up to 12c by 1000.

Trace rain yesterday.

Unbroken bright sunshine, exceptionally mild...or was it warm?

Max: 15.3c @ 1400.

RH down to 50% 1400 (really low for winter here).

Rapid drop in temperature since sunset.

Currently clear and calm.

Temp: 5.6c (10c drop in 4 hours).

Pressure: 1030 mbar, rising slowly.

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Weather: A clear, starry night. Now starting to cool down on what was quite a warm day for Feb!

Temperature: 5.5c

Wind: calm

Pressure: 1029.3hPa

Humidity: 73%

Sunrise: 07:27

Sunset: 17:01

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Time 21:05 Greece time

Air temperature : 6,6 C

Humidity : 81 %

Wind : NNE 28 km/h

Pressure rel : 1023,7 hpa steady

Dew point : 3,6 C

clouds : 8/8 stratocumulus,stratus--Light rain

Daily rain : 1,2 mm

Rain month : 10,2 mm

Rain year 2008 : 43,1 mm

Min Air temp today : 6,3 C

Max Air temp today : 8,4 C

Greek weather stations top 100

http://greece.gotop100.com/

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Location: Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Condition: Fair

Temperature: 7.2°C

Feels Like: 3.9°C

Dew Point: 5°C

Humidity: 87%

Wind: 10 mph

Wind Gust: N/A

Visibility: 6.2 miles

Barometer: 1028.1 mb and steady

UV Index: N/A

Sunrise: 07:53

Sunset: 17:02

Observed Saturday, February 9 @ 21:20 Local Time @ EGPH

Downloaded Saturday, February 9 @ 21:48

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An absolutely stunning day here with clear skies all day and a balmy high of 14.6C this afternoon. Now clear and cold at 3.0C.

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