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Mornin' All, currently:

Temp 3.1°C

DP -0.5°C

RH 77%

Wind Calm

1016.9mb RISING SLOWLY

Conditions: Dry, clear and starry with the first air frost of the season

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Clear Sky

  • Temp
    (°C°F) 4°C 39°F
  • Wind
    (mphkm/h) Westerly9mph 14km/h

  • Humidity: 84%
  • Pressure: 1015mb, rising
  • Visibility: Very good

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Not as cold as exspected.

Temp 6.0c

Humidity 80%

Dewpoint 2.9c

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A dusting of snow this morning :D

Current conditions @ 0555 UTC

Temp: 0.3C

Wind Chill temp: -2.9C

Dewpoint: -2.9C

Wet Bulb: -0.8C

Wind: W @ 5.4kts

Gust: NW @ 14.4kts

Pressure: 1015hpa (rising slowly)

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Temp: 1.3 °C

Clear

 

Windchill:

1 °C

Humidity:

92%

Dew Point:

0 °C

Wind:

3.2 km/h / 0.9 m/s from the West

Wind Gust:

3.2 km/h

Pressure:

1017.5 hPa (Steady)

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nice picc of that on your web cam GWW,

nothing like that here, one or two roofs almost white with a ground frost, no cloud at all at the moment , other than some Cu tops in the far east. Lowest is 1.4C at the moment with a touch of ground frost. Coldest night since 13 May when -1.0C

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Clear and a surprising 2.3c with a slight frost.

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Nice to start the day under M'Lady.....

2.6 DgC

1016.6 mb rising 1.1mb/hr

Wind 7.8 mph gusting 12.0 mph max NW

DP 0.9 DgC

Humidity 89%

2.0 mm rain last 24 hours

Cloud base 672 ft

A bright start after heavy rain last night

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A rather lovely cold crisp 0C with a thick frost.

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Low -1.1C in fresh gusty Northerly wind. Notable wind chill for October, gusts 20/30mph

Max 7.1

Low -1.1C

Currently -0.8C

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BRACEBRIDGE HEATH WEATHER 223 ft ASL

Date: 20.10.2010 Time:08.15

Sun Rise: 07.33 Sun Set: 17.51

Cloud Base: 1128 Ft

Forecast: Fine, possibility of showers

Temp: 36.1 F

Wind Chill: 33.2 F

Dew Point: 31.2 F

Rel Humidity: 82%

Wind: 4.0 mph

Gust: 4.0 mph

Bearing: 247 Deg SWS

BAROMETER

Reading: 1014.4 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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-0.6c at 07.58am.lovely clear sky and the sun is just poking through the trees.

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Clear and cold with bright sunshine and a noticeable ground frost. The temperature's just started to rise at 3.0 after a minimum of 2.9.

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Current conditions @ 0820 UTC

Temp: 1C

Dewpoint: 0.4C

Wet Bulb: 0.8C

Wind: WNW @ 1.7kts

Gust: WSW @ 9.3kts

Pressure: 1014hpa (falling slowly)

Wx: Snow showers

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Wintry Showers this morning here in Scarborough. We've even had some snow chucked in for good measure! None laying mind!

Temp 2.1C -

Dewpoint 0.5C

Windchill -3.2C

24 hour rainfall - 12.6mm

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A clear and cold night with the first air frost of the season accompanied by a f4 N/NW breeze.

Currently cold and sunny with the only visble cloud being a few Cu tops over the Lincolnshire coastline.

Temp' is 0.7c after a min' of -0.6c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0800 g.m.t, 6.0 mm

Mean wind speed, 20 mph NW

Vis', 80 km.

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Haddington , East Lothian , 55m ASL

No frost here this morning , but very cold nevertheless. Lovely clear , crisp winter like morning here with the temperature at 2.9C. Overnight minimum was 1.7C

I'm loving it!! , roll on winter!

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A continuing force 3 north westerly wind overnight hasn’t prevented a widespread ground and slight air frost from forming, low –0.1c, with -2.8c on the grass. At observation, sunny, but feeling cold with sub-zero wind chill, frost on the ground.

Sky: 0 Oktas, Clear..

Temperature: 2.7°C

Wind Direction: NW force 3-4

Humidity: 82%

Barometer: 1021mb rising quickly.

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

Maximum temperature: 10.5°C

Minimum temperature:-0.1°C

Minimum temperature on grass: -2.8°C

Rainfall total: 14.1mm.

Yesterday:

Bright and breezy with sunny spells after a little light rain overnight. There were a few sunny spells, but cloud quickly built up with heavy showers breaking out across the area by early afternoon, these became prolonged producing hail at times, feeling very cool for the most part with the temperature staying around 6 or 7c after a brief maximum of 10.5c before the rain. Maximum wind gust. 25mph WNW.

October 2010 so far

Mean temperature: 10.9c (+0.7c) of the local average)

Maximum temperature: 18.3c on the 10th

Minimum temperature: -0.8c on the 17th

Grass Minimum: -3.7c on the 17th

Rainfall = 65.4 mm

Wettest 24 hours, 19.0mm on the 1st.

Maximum wind gust: 42.4mph, SE on the 1st

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: = 504.2mm

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

Maximum wind gust: 42.4mph, SE on the 1st October.

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