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A little drizzly mist here in Cork City. Temperature about 16C and RH 99%. Looking forward to the cooldown next weekend!

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Mornin' All, currently:

Temp 11.0°C

DP 8.9°C

RH 87%

Wind Calm

1015.7mb Falling slowly

Conditions: Mist patches

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Dry partly cloudy start,

Temp 12.7c

Humidity 86%

Dewpoint 10.3c

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dry and calm, fairly bright but with almost complete cover of thin As CiCs and patchy Sc beneath, min=11.9C

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BRACEBRIDGE HEATH WEATHER 223 ft ASL

Date: 22.09.2010 Time: 08.20

Sun Rise: 06.43 Sun Set: 18.57

Cloud Base: 1085 Ft

Forecast: Bright intervals, possible shower

Temp: 54.3 F

Wind Chill: 54.3 F

Dew Point: 49.5 F

Rel Humidity: 84%

Wind: 5.4 mph

Gust: 5.6 mph

Bearing: 180 Deg S

BAROMETER

Reading: 1013.3 hPa

Trend: -0.1 hpa/hr

RAINFALL:

Last Hour: 0.00 mm

Today: 0.00 mm

“Quite content to watch the clouds float byâ€

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A dry night and a dry and bright start with hazy sunshine through 7 oktas of Ci and Cist.

The temp' is 11.6c after a min' of 10.6c.

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0800 g.m.t, nil

Mean wind speed is 10 mph S/SW

Vis', 9 km.

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Minimum of just over 15.0C last night with some torrential rain around 4am. Currently 16C and cloudy but dry for now...

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Castlebay Isle Of Barra

Outdoor temp 14.3c

Outdoor humidity 98%

Pressure 1006.1mb

Wind direction South

Wind speed 11mph

Cloud Height 140ft

Wet Bulb 14.1c

Total rainfall This Month 67.4mm

Dew Point 14.0c

Wind Chill 14c

Weather Cloudy showers mist dull

We had just over 20mm of rainfall over night.

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Wednesday 22nd September 2010:

The night has been fine and dry with enough patchy cloud to keep the temperature well in to the mild category, low, 11.0c. At observation, dry and warm with hazy sunshine.

Sky: 5 Oktas, Cirrostratus.

Temperature: 15.1°C

Wind Direction: Force 2 SSE

Humidity: 86%

Barometer: 1016mb falling.

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

Maximum temperature: 20.59°C

Minimum temperature: 11.0°C

Minimum temperature on grass:7.5°C

Rainfall total: trace mm.

Yesterday:

A fine start with shallow mist over the backfields. At observation, bright with hazy sunshine. Good sunny spells continued through the morning and in to the early afternoon. By mid afternoon a sheet of Stratocumulus cloud spread over the area making for a cloudy end. Top temperature 20.5c. The wind was very light southerly throughout.

September 2010 so far

Mean temperature: 14.5c (+1.0c) of the local average)

Maximum temperature: 22.1c on the 1st

Minimum temperature: 3.8c on the 18th

Grass Minimum: 1.0c on the 18th

Rainfall = 38.9 mm

Wettest 24 hours, 18.1mm on the 6th.

Maximum wind gust: 41.3mph, easterly on the 6th

2010 so far:

Maximum temperature: 29.0 on the 23rd May.

Minimum temperature: –10.0 on the 7th January.

Grass Minimum: –12.6c on the 7th January

Rainfall: = 413.4mm

Wettest 24 hours: 19.7mm on the 22nd of January.

Maximum wind gust: 48.3mph, easterly on the 6th September.

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I think I expected too much, I was expecting wall to wall blue skies and heat.

Not saying its bad, it is sunny, but still a high haze around, currently 19.8c, its around 2c higher than this time yesterday, so i'd say we might hit 22-23c around here in the next 3 hours or so, not bad for 22nd September. Pity it all goes wrong from tomorrow.

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Alright:

Temp: 15.5C

Atmospheric Pressure: 1009mBar

24 Rainfall = Omm

Windspeed = 5.27m/s

Wind dir = 172deg

At least its dry I supose.

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Looking good out there right now, after the misty start, currently:

Temp 20.9°C

DP 14.3°C

RH 63%

1015.1 mb Steady

Wind 3.5mph WSW

Conditions: Bright with copious amounts of sunshine.....Good job the Autumnal equinox is past signalling the start of something different :whistling:

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The high haze sadly hasn't really cleared around here, crept up to 21.4c at 3.27pm currently 21.2c, decent day tho, has felt warmer than that in the direct sun. Pity its not staying for a bit longer.

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Castlebay Isle Of Barra

Outdoor temp 15.3c

Outdoor humidity 94%

Pressure 1004.7mb

Wind direction South West

Wind speed 12mph

Cloud Height 408ft

Wet Bulb 14.8c

Total rainfall This Month 67.4mm

Dew Point 14.4c

Wind Chill 11.8c

Weather Cloudy dry dull

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16'c at 4pm in the shade. Winds SSW at 12mph, feels warm in the Sunshine. Especially earlier this afternoon when out walking in the Peaks, weird to think just around the corner in West Cheshire and Wales it has been moderate rain most of the day. Milky Sky occasionally with the odd break letting the Temp raise that extra notch here.

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Sunny all day, the sunshine becoming slightly hazier in the afternoon. A few minutes ago I could clearly see two sundogs and a circumzenithal arc in the sky.

Current conditions: hazy sunshine, 21.6 deg C, wind light SW. Today's maximum 23.3, last night's minimum 11.0.

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