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Snow with 2-3cm's on the ground.

Temp 0.4c

Humidity 93%

Dewpoint -0.6c

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Heavy Snow

Temp (°C°F) 0°C 32°F

Wind (mphkm/h) Easterly 7mph 11km/h

Humidity: 96%

Pressure: 999mB, falling

Visibility: Very poor

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Castlebay Isle Of Barra

Outdoor temp 3c

Outdoor humidity 82%

Pressure 998mb

Wind direction South East

Wind speed 25mph

Gust 38mph

Cloud Height 1268ft

Wet Bulb 1c

Total rainfall This Month 0.0mm

Dew Point -1c

Wind Chill -9c

Weather Cloudy dry dull

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Light snow.

Current temperature 1.0ºc

Windchill 1.0ºc

Dew point 0.3ºc

Pressure 999.5hPa

Average windspeed 0.7mph

Maximum gust speed 2.2mph

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After a slight frost overnight, light snow set in around 06:00 GMT. At observation, light snow giving a light cover. Mean cover including old snow, 1.5cm, around half a cm of new snow, 100%.

Sky: 8 Oktas, Stratus.

Temperature: -0.2°C

Wind Direction: Force 3 ENE.

Humidity: 94%

Barometer: 1002mb falling.

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

Maximum temperature: 1.2°C

Minimum temperature: -0.2°C

Minimum temperature on grass: -1.6°C

Rainfall total: 0.9mm

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Yesterday:

The night has remained overcast with little change in temperature over the last 24 hours. Low 0.2c and 0.0c on the grass. At observation, dull with occasional light snow grains. Only 1cm of snow cover left, 55%. Overcast conditions remained through the day, cold maximum temperature 1.2c, but feeling considerably colder in the force 5 east south east wind, maximum gust 32mph.

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January 2010 so far:

Mean temperature: -2.0c (-5.7c) 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 = 9.4 mm

Wettest 24 hours: on the 10th 3.5mm

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: = 9.4mm

Wettest 24 hours: 3.5mm on the 10th of January.

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

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0.6 DgC

1002.0 mb rising 0.5 mb/hr

Wind 4.6 mph gusting 19.3 mph max E/NE

Windchill -1.5 DgC

DP 0.6 DgC

Humidity 95%

3.3mm precip last 24 hours (around 10cm snow)

Cloud base 293 ft

More fresh and lovely snow from the early hours, still snowing well here at the moment.

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Continuous light freezing drizzle from about 2200 yesterday to 0800 today has covered all surfaces in about 3-5 mm of clear ice and up to 35 mm on the windward sides of trees etc above 300m. The drizzle turned to light snow by 0845 and this is still falling.

Temp' is -1.8c after a min' of -1.9c

Rainfall in 24 hrs to 0900, 0.7 mm

Mean wind speed is 12 mph E

Vis', 100 mts

Mean depth of undrifted snow, 24 cm

Dozens of minor ( and a few not so minor ) traffic accidents in this area as the roads are like glass.

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Another 5cm of snow overnight to add to the 10cm or so remaining from last week. The snow's very fine but persistent - it's just stopped snowing here at work in Basingstoke. Temperature just above freezing after an overnight low of -0.3.

So far I've measured a total of 38cm for the season, which for me beats 1981/2 when I was living in Southampton and missed the heaviest of the snowfall - so it's probably the most I've seen since 1978/9.

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deep thawing snow and slush. cold outside temp 2.1c and raining lightly. had 13hrs of heavy snow yesterday, was a brilliant snow event, havent seen the likes for quite a few years. :lol:

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0.1º here and flakes of snow floating about in the wind, but otherwise a pretty dismal day which is making even me a bit grumpy.

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Grey Cloud

Temp (°C°F) 0°C 32°F

Wind (mphkm/h) Easterly 6mph 10km/h

Humidity: 94%

Pressure: 1001mB, rising

Visibility: Very poor

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A light dusting of snow overnight and a heavy shower around 11am today

Thawing slowly here

Temperature: 2.6 °C

Trend: +0.2 °C /hr

Wind: ENE 7mph

Barometer: 1004.0 mb (1004.0 hPa )

Pressure trend +0.0 mb/hr

Humidity: 98 %

Dew point: 2.3 °C

Maximum temperature: 3.3 °C at time: 8:05 AM

Minimum temperature: 2.0 °C at time: 5:08 AM

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The temp here has staggered up to +0.4C, from a low of -0.1C, dewpoint is currently -1.4C; still with the odd spot of light drizzle. This after a night of very very light drizzle freezing on impact with all horizontal surfaces and some vertical ones. The effect was much more pronounced as I drove into the higher SW suburbs of Sheffield. Trees completely iced over the snow they still held, one or two branches broken.

The unusual cold spell continues.

There are parts of the western outskirts of Sheffield into the Derbyshire Peak that have had snow lying well over 3 weeks now.

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Continuous light snow since about 0845 and thick freezing fog since early this morning. The rime and glaze from a combination of freezing fog and drizzle is quite impressive above 300m.

Temp' is -1.6c and has moved just one tenth of a degree since 0700.

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After initial heavy morning snow (extra 4cm on top of the already 14cm in places) it was a dull cold dreary horrid day again.

Maximum temperature 1.7c

Minimum temperature -0.7c.

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Castlebay Isle Of Barra

Outdoor temp 3c

Outdoor humidity 80%

Pressure 998mb

Wind direction South East

Wind speed 25mph

Gust 36mph

Cloud Height 1342ft

Wet Bulb 1c

Total rainfall This Month 0.0mm

Dew Point -1c

Wind Chill -8c

Weather Cloudy dry dull

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7 inches of level snow at 600 feet. 2 of the inches fell overnight.

Patchy melting snow at lowest levels. 6 foot drifts in some higher exposed parts with an avalanche blocking half of the carriage way of the higher part of the coastal road during yesterday morning which was cleared by a buldozer during the afternoon.

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Overnight snow deposited an extra 5cm or so. Cold and grey, with light fine snow dying out during the morning. Currently overcast, 0.6 deg C, with a faster thaw than we've seen for several days underway. Today's maximum 1.3, last night's minimum -0.3.

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Cloud

Temp (°C°F) 0°C 32°F

Wind (mphkm/h) North Easterly 6mph 10km/h

Humidity: 96%

Pressure: 1000mB, rising

Visibility: Very poor

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Last night was windy with fine snow and drifting,massive drifts now can get caught out in a

field now and then you hit a load of drifts,so much snow about so deep in the fields.

Can`t say how there was exactly as it`s blown about,maybe another 3inches as a guess.

Snow today which did finally ease off,just back to very light odd grains,wind dropped off drifting earlier.

Max -0.0c but noticed it was trying to thaw middle part of the day wet on gates for eg.

Freezing again now and dull -0.7c this cold is very strong -2c upper air now.

It`ll start thawing friday this is going to be slow to go.

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After a slight frost overnight, light snow set in around 06:00 GMT. At observation, light snow giving a light cover. Mean cover including old snow, 1.5cm, around half a cm of new snow, 100%.

Light snow with the odd moderate burst continued through the day adding another couple of cm or so. Cold maximum temperature 1.2c. Maximum wind gust 25mph E.

Currently, snow stopped.

Overcast, misty.

Wind, calm.

Temperature -0.3c, becoming icy.

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Generally overcast and foggy after the heavy snowfall last night. 6inches on the ground still with bigger drifts. A light rain shower this afternoon though didnt cause much thaw. Lighter winds today. This evening it has become foggy and murky. Temperatures around 1c

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