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Current observations from York:

Wind Speed 7.8 mph

Wind Gust 9.6 mph

Wind Direction 330.0 °

Temperature -3.1 °C

Wind Chill -9.1 °C

Dew Point -3.5 °C

Humidity 97.0 %

Pressure 1010.0 mBars

Rainfall 0 mm

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It feels as cold out there as when i was in Stockholm around this time last year.

Currently clear, frosty, icy, the snow frozen solid and a bitter -6.3c

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Clear Sky

Temp (°C°F) -3°C 27°F

Wind (mphkm/h) Northerly 8mph 13km/h

Humidity: 83%

Pressure: 1009mB, rising

Visibility: Very good

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this is cold for Central London. dont often see it get this low

Clear Sky

Temp (°C°F) -4°C 25°F

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Dry clear cold start.

Temp -4.6c

Humidity 87%

Dewpoint -6.4c

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clear here with a low of -5.1C 2nd lowest this winter.

BUT look at the mins in other areas

-18C at Woodford

-15C at Manchester airport+Yeovilton, and Carlisle together low level stations with Eskdalemuir also on -15C

There are 20 places reporting -10C or below this morning!

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Almost as cold here on the edge of the town centre - currently -6.5 after a minimum 20 minutes ago of -6.8, the lowest temperature I've recorded here since moving to Reading in 2002.

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As I didn't quite get my report for yesterday in on time:

WEDNESDAY

Heavy snow fell overnight leaving 14cm by 9am. Snow continued intermittently but lightly for much of the day before skies cleared shortly before sundown. A bitterly cold wind gave a significant windchill.

Max. -0.5C

Min. -3.5C

TODAY

Clear skies and a very cold night last night. Down to -9.3C and it's -9.2C now. All the snow looks terribly icy from my window.

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Almost as cold here on the edge of the town centre - currently -6.5 after a minimum 20 minutes ago of -6.8, the lowest temperature I've recorded here since moving to Reading in 2002.

You seen those massive icicles hanging from rooftops mate? I've got one 13 inches long hanging out my window.

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A very very cold and clear start here. Over all about 6cm of snow fell yesterday night and yesterday although we missed the worst here, I'm still happy with this as haven't seen this much in my exact location before due to lots of bad luck which seems to have ended!

Its also the coldest I've ever seen it here, I didn't expect it to be quite this low here!

Temp: -11.4°C

Dew point: -12.4°C

Wind: 0-2mph (NNE)

Pressure: 1013.5mb

May well stay below freezing today!

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-5.1 DgC

1011.4 mb rising 0.5 mb/hr

Wind 6.3 mph gusting 17.1 mph max NW

Windchill -8.1 DgC (down to last night -10.1 DgC)

DP -7.8 DgC

Humidity 82%

1.5mm of precipitation last 24 hours (approx 15 cm snow)

Cloud base 1069 ft

:wallbash: X3

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Another 5cm snow overnight, adding to 20cm+ yesterday, -1.7°C. Feels like: -3.4°C.

Humidity: 95% . Dewpoint: -2.4°C.

Wind (10 min. avg. high): NNW at 4.0mph. Today's rain: 0.0mm.

Rain Rate: 0.0mm/hr. Solar Radiation: 25W/m².

Barometer: 1010.7 mb and Rising Slowly .

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Currently sunny with a bitterly cold N wind, gusting to 30 mph, and a temp' of -4.1c. The overnight min' was -5.7c but this was accompanied by a f4-5 N wind; the grass ( snow surface ) min' was -8.0c.

The only cloud is a line of cb on the north east and eastern horizon, about 50-60 miles away by the look of it.

Mean wind speed is 19 mph N

Vis' over 80 km

Rainfall in 24 hrs to 0900, trace

Mean depth of undrifted snow is 19cm but with constant movement of the snow surface in the wind, like low level smoke.

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Gosport

The day after the six inches of snow and still laying well, no thaw yet

Very cold night and freezing out now

Temperature: -4.1 °C

Wind: Very light NW 315 °

Barometer: 1014.0 mb

Humidity: 79 %

Dew point: -4.1 °C

Todays rain: 0 mm

Monthly rain: 14 mm

Yearly rain: 14 mm

Maximum temperature: -2.5 °C at time: 12:00 AM

Minimum temperature: -5.5 °C at time: 7:31 AM

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Very severe frost here this morning as the temperature dropped to –10.0c at 06:30GMT and –12.6c on the grass. The coldest since I began keeping records in 2005 and January 2002 from local records.

There was a sharp rise of 5c between 06:30 and 09:00GMT as the north west wind increased to force 3. At observation, still 99% snow cover of 3cm. Bright and sunny.

Sky: 0 Oktas, clear.

Temperature: -5.1°C

Wind Direction: Force 3-4 NW.

Humidity: 88%

Barometer: 1013mb rising.

Today's readings for the 24 hrs up to 0900 GMT:

Maximum temperature: 0.1°C

Minimum temperature: -10.0°C

Minimum temperature on grass: -12.6°C

Rainfall total: 0.2 mm

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Yesterday:

Further light snow overnight brought the total cover to 2cm by 07:00GMT.

A moderate period of snow set-in around 07:30 GMT, adding an additional 1cm. Total cover at observation 3.0cm.

Conditions at observation, light to moderate snow. The snow continued until around 10:00 GMT, when the highest temperature of the day was reached, 0.1c. The morning and afternoon then became bright with sunny spells, but the temperature began to fall and stayed below freezing. The late afternoon saw the temperatures fall rapidly with a moderate frost setting in.

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January 2010 so far:

Mean temperature: -2.1c (-5.8c) of the local average)

Maximum temperature: 3.6c on the 2nd

Minimum temperature: -10.0c on the 7th

Grass Minimum: -12.6c on the 7th

Rainfall = 1.6 mm

Wettest 24 hours: on the 2nd, 1.6mm

Maximum wind gust: 23mph W on the 2nd.

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2010 so far:

Maximum temperature: 3.6c on the 2nd January.

Minimum temperature: –10.0 on the 7th January.

Grass Minimum: –12.6c on the 7th January

Rainfall: = 1.6mm

Wettest 24 hours: 3.3mm on the 5th of January.

Maximum wind gust: 23mph, W 2nd January.

2009 Stats:

Mean maximum temperature = 14.0c

Mean minimum temperature = 6.1c

Mean temperature = 10.0c + 0.4c of the local average.

Highest Maximum temperature: 30.4c 1st July.

Lowest Maximum temperature: 0.0c 18th December

Highest minimum on the 18.5c 1st July

Lowest minimum on the -8.3c 19 December

Minimum Grass Temperature –10.4c 19th December

Ground Frosts = 92

Air frost = 57

Days of Rain, with 1mm or more = 122

Total rain days = 192

Wettest 24 hours 23.3mm 7th June

Days of snow falling = 17

Days of lying snow at 09:00 GMT = 19

Thunder heard / Thunderstorms = 14

Highest wind gust = 46mph 23rd March.

Rainfall total = 752.7 98% of the local average.

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Clear, sunny, calm, 3 to 4 inches of snow on the ground. The lowest I recorded was -6.6c but my weather station's batteries failed so I'm certain it would have been lower seeing as every local Met station got lower than -8c and Yeovilton to a bone chilling -14 odd!!

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Castlebay Isle Of Barra

Outdoor temp 0c

Outdoor humidity 82%

Pressure 1014mb

Wind direction South West

Wind speed 3mph

Cloud Height 1090ft

Wet Bulb -2c

Total rainfall This Month 0.0mm

Dew Point -4c

Wind Chill 0c

Weather Partly cloudy sunny spells snow showers still a few cms of snow bright

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Not a cloud in the sky so far today and everything looks so much brighter than it normally would it in the winter because of all the snow around.

Currently -3.4c after a low of -10.0c which was the coldest night for several years here..

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Coldest night since february 1991 at -8.6c but strangely my other didn`t drop below -9c as that would normally read 2c lower.

Wall to wall sun and sparkling snowcover at -2.4c and just a light NW wind,it`s picked up a little bit.

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