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Tuesday 12th February 2008

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Hi Folks

There was a bit of frost on the windscreen this morning in Southend, so a bit of scraping required before I could drive to the station. There was a light mist around Leigh then the mist thickened as we travelled up to London, and London itself is shrouded in fog which is still thickening. Its a long time since I have seen this in London, although my car said the temparature was +1 degree on the drive to the station, with so much dampness in the air, the day feels like one of those bone chillingly cold late autumn/early spring days we used to get in the good old days :-)

Cheers

FC

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3rd consecutive air frost and 2nd consecutive thick fog; spring!

then the past 2 days have seen temps in double figures in the afternoon with unbroken sunshine and no wind, so hoping for the same today.

lowest temp is now at -2.6C, one of the lowest in this so called winter.

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Sunny and almost cloudless with a temperature, on the mast on the house roof at least, of 8.3c. I haven't been up to the screen yet but I wouldn't think it would be much different.

Thick white frost visible in the valleys. Oh the joys of warm anticyclones!

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Clear and frosty.

Temp: 1.4°C

Wind: Calm

Pressure: 1034 hPa, rising

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3.8 DgC

1032.3 mb rising 0,5 mb/hr

Wind 0 mph gusting 4.5 mph max E / NE

DP 1.9 DgC

Humidity 87%

No rain last 24 hours

Cloud base 810 ft

Bright and clear with another sharp frost and fog in isolated areas of East and Mid Sussex

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Fine, clear, crisp, -0.6°C. Feels like: -0.6°C.

Humidity: 90% . Dewpoint: -2.0°C.

Wind (10 min. avg. high): N at 2.0mph. Today's rain: 0.0mm.

Solar Radiation: 95W/m². Barometer: 1030.0mb and Rising Slowly.

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Another moderate frost overnight and early this morning, the temperature dropped below freezing around 1am with an eventual minimum air temperature of –3.3c and a grass minimum of –6c. Currently at 9am, sunny and still very frosty.

Readings at 09:00

Sky Conditions, Clear.

Temperature –2.8°C

Wet Bulb –3.3°C

Dew Point –4.2°C

Humidity 90%

Barometer 1034mb, Steady.

Wind, Calm.

Minimum –3.3°C

Minimum on grass -6.0°C

Yesterday, 11 February 2008

After another clear and cold night with a moderate frost the day began sunny and very frosty. Minimum air temperature –3.3c, minimum on the grass –7.0c. Frost persisted in the shade until the late morning, despite prolonged sunshine, the afternoon continued sunny and the temperature eventually climbed to 10c.

Paul

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Temperature here at 0900 is an astonishing 9.1c, 4.5c above the 1971-2000 mean max' for February and an even more amazing 11.9c warmer than Paul's reading at the same time down in the Trent valley about 30 miles away.

Less than 1 okta cirrus with continuous sunshine.

Min' last night, 4.9c

Grass min', -2.6c

Rainfall from 1800-0900, nil

Mean wind speed, 11 mph W

Vis', 12 miles

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Yet another picture perfect day here, with not a cloud in the sky for the 4th day in a row.

Overnight min 4.2c, already up to 11.1c at 11am, with another 13 or 14c on the cards this afternoon. Apart from 6" of snow and a temp of -3c it's hard to imagine anything more prefect than this for mid February.

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Time 13:10 Greece time

Air temperature : 6,3 C

Humidity : 72 %

Wind : NNE 17 km/h

Pressure rel : 1028,7 hpa steady

Dew point : 1,6 C

clouds : 7/8 stratus,stratocumulus--Drizzle

Daily rain : 0,6 mm

Rain month : 11,5 mm

Rain year 2008 : 44,4 mm

Greek weather stations top 100

http://greece.gotop100.com/

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Very foggy this morning in Belfast. Vis about 250m. Temp +4C.

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Temperature here at 0900 is an astonishing 9.1c, 4.5c above the 1971-2000 mean max' for February and an even more amazing 11.9c warmer than Paul's reading at the same time down in the Trent valley about 30 miles away.

Less than 1 okta cirrus with continuous sunshine.

Min' last night, 4.9c

Grass min', -2.6c

Rainfall from 1800-0900, nil

Mean wind speed, 11 mph W

Vis', 12 miles

Morning TM, yes it just shows how marked this inversion of cold air is, even now at 11:15am, the temperature is only 3.8c, still plenty of ground frost in the shade. The same conditions were apparent yesterday, but by around 1pm though the temperature inversion collapsed and I recorded 10.2c around 15:00hrs, probably higher than your maximum.

Paul

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Another fairly cold morning bt it is now starting to warm up as the fog is starting to lift showing the blue skies above.

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The same conditions were apparent yesterday, but by around 1pm though the temperature inversion collapsed and I recorded 10.2c around 15:00hrs, probably higher than your maximum.

Paul

Not quite Paul but very close, we managed 10.4c yesterday after a min' of 3.8c.

Currently cloudless with the Davis on the roof mast fluctuating between 14.1 and 14.7c; the 1998 record here of 15.5c is definitely under threat.

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Time 18:05 Greece time

Air temperature : 6,6 C

Humidity : 66 %

Wind : NNW 13 km/h

Pressure rel : 1028,7 hpa rising

Dew point : 0,8 C

clouds : 6/8 stratus,stratocumulus

Daily rain : 0,6 mm

Rain month : 11,5 mm

Rain year 2008 : 44,4 mm

Min Air temp today : 5,0 C

Max Air temp today : 7,3 C

Greek weather stations top 100

http://greece.gotop100.com/

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Sunny, clear and beautiful, some of the best winter weather I've experienced in all honesty

14.1C currently

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Not quite Paul but very close, we managed 10.4c yesterday after a min' of 3.8c.

Currently cloudless with the Davis on the roof mast fluctuating between 14.1 and 14.7c; the 1998 record here of 15.5c is definitely under threat.

Thanks TM, I suspected your temperature would be higher than my 12c today, as i noticed a station in leek also reporting 14.9c at 14:00hrs.

Another moderate frost overnight and early this morning, the temperature dropped below freezing around 1am with an eventual minimum air temperature of –3.3c and a grass minimum of –6c. At 9am, sunny and still very frosty. The morning continued to be sunny, though rather cool until around midday. The afternoon continued very sunny and much milder with the temperature reaching near 12c around mid afternoon.

Currently at 18:25hrs

Sky Conditions, Clear.

Temperature 6.6°C

Wet Bulb 4.3°C

Dew Point 0.7°C

Humidity 66%

Barometer 1034mb, Steady.

Wind, Calm.

Rainfall since 9am = 0 mm

Extremes.

Minimum –3.3°C

Minimum on grass -6.0°C

Maximum 11.5°C

Maximum gust 7mph NE

Paul

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Here at the vale weather station its been a wonderful "winters" day again!! :)

current [email protected] 4.4c

max temp....13.5c

low temp...minus 2.5c

barometer...1035.8mbs

humidity...85%

dewpoint 2c

max wind gust 5mph

rainfall ,ha ha ha ;)

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