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Mornin' All, currently;

Temp -2.5°C

DP -3.6°C

RH 92%

997.3 mb STEADY

Wind 2.3mph

Conditions: Dry and overcast

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Dry cold start,

Temp -4.3c

Humidity 89%

Dewpoint -5.7c

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1.6 DgC

999.6 mb falling 0.1 mb/hr

Wind 10.4 mph gusting 14.8 mph max S/SE

DP -0.2 DgC

Humidity 88%

Approx 10 cm snow last 24 hours

Cloud base 731 ft

Sheltered in the town, but down to -5.0 DgC more widely in the Sussex countryside

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-7.6C, freezing cold, scattered cumulus, wind light, 1001mb.

Overnight low -9.5C. cold.gif

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Good morning all, bitter cold here, mainly clear skies I think, sun's not up yet. Snow everywhere with patches of freezing fog over the fields.

Temp -7.7c

Dewpoint -8c

Windchill -8c

Humidity 96%

Wind Calm

Pressure 997.9mb steady

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A much less cold night last night, with a minimum of -4.7C. Currently -4.4C under grey skies.

Local BBC weather suggesting a maximum tomorrow of just -10!

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Quite windy with rain during the night but now a very pleasant morning. About 3/8s of cloud with a touch of Ci and small Cu.

Temp 2.2

Min -.8

GM -5

Vis 35km

Wind light

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Temp: -7.8 °C

Freezing Fog

12cm of snow on the ground from Saturday !

 

Windchill:

-8 °C

Humidity:

94%

Dew Point:

-9 °C

Wind:

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

Wind Gust:

4.8 km/h

Pressure:

1001.6 hPa (Rising)

Visibility:

0.3 kilometers

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Monday 20th December 2010:

Another night of extreme cold, low –11.8c with –15.0c on the grass, very severe frost. Another all time cold record broken since they began in 1991.

Sky:5 Oktas, Stratocumulus.

Temperature: --10.9°C

Wind Direction: WSW Force 1

Humidity: 86%

Barometer:1002mb rising slowly.

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

Maximum temperature: -1.9°C

Minimum temperature: -11.8°C

Minimum temperature on grass: -15.0°C

Rainfall total: trace mm

Yesterday:

Very severe frost, with ground temperatures extremely cold. Low –7.9c with –13.3c on the grass (snow) Snow cover just slight, 75% cover 0.1cm. At observation, bright, bitterly cold, severe frost. A sunny but bitterly cold day followed, top temperature –1.9c, but with a wind chill as low as –12c in the light to moderate north easterly wind.

December 2010 so far

Mean temperature: -1.1c (-5.4c) of the local average)

Maximum temperature: 7.9 on the 11th.

Minimum temperature: -11.8c on the 20th

Grass Minimum: -15.0c on the 20th

Rainfall = 16.4 mm

Wettest 24 hours, 1.8mm on the 3rd

Maximum wind gust: 32.4mph, NW 11th

2010 so far:

Maximum temperature: 29.0 on the 23rd May.

Minimum temperature: –11.8 on the 20tht December.

Grass Minimum: –15.0c on the 20th December

Rainfall: = 592.3mm

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

Maximum wind gust: 52mph, SW on the 11 November.

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Much the same as in MK here in Stortford. Could get used to this. Looks like Andrewsfield (our next meto station) was officially colder than -13 last night.

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the freezing fog has disappered overnight to leave a calm cloudless start with temperature on -8.8C, the lowest this morning so far.

We may get the FOURTH consecutive Ice Day. If so its the first time for me since I worked south east of Nottingham during the 1962-63 winter.

So yet aother record likely for this 2 pronged cold spell.

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8am temperature was -8c after yesterdays snow (about 3")light fog at present with the trees covered in rime -just a perfect Christmas card scene.

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BRACEBRIDGE HEATH WEATHER

20 December 2010 9:18:58 AM

Temperature (°F):

Current 19.7

Wind chill 19.7

Dew Point 17.1

Rel Humidity 89%

Wind (mph):

Current Gust Calm

Average Speed 0.0 ---

Rainfall (mm):

Total today 0.0

Total this year 1012.0

Pressure (hPa):

Current 999.2

Trend (per hour) 0.0

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Over 6 inches of snow has fallen this morning on the outskirt of Dorchester :-(

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A dry and mainly clear night. As usual the temp' fluctuated a good deal during the evening but then fell quickly after midnight to reach a min' of -6.7c around 0300, the lowest temp' here since the end of Dec' 1995 when -6.9c was recorded.

A dry morning so far with a bank of Alcu in the southern half of the sky shutting out any sunshine; the northern half of the sky is clear.

At 0900 the temp' was -5.8c and is now up to -4.5c.

Mean wind speed 0 mph

5 oktas Alcu

Vis', 15 km

Mean depth of lying snow 2.2cm.

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An exceptionally cold day so far in Cleadon, the minimum last night was -9.3C and it's only up to -5.6C now, with some sunshine and patches of freezing fog. There is 8cm of powder snow on the ground following last evening's falls.

It won't be the fourth successive ice day here as the last two days reached 0.8C and 0.4C respectively, but it looks highly odds-on to be the fourth day with a sub 1C maximum and also beat the -1.3C of the 17th which was the lowest maximum since 29 Dec 1995.

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Once again very nearly the whole of the UK had below zero minimum. In fact if you exclude the two islands that did not the whole of the UK recorded frost, yesterday it was just one=Scilly Isles, today the same again along with Jersey and Guernsey.

Enjoy this cold lovers you are in a fairly unique run of weather-I do not recall such countrywide cold for so long(including the start in late November with a 4-6 day milder period for some area) for many many years. I am not sure but it might well be back to 1962-63 for being so widespread and so long.

Perhaps a touch overdone but it is very rare-something for you to tell your grandchildren when the warming takes over again whenever that is!

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Sunny and cold. Current temperature -5.9°c, overnight low -9.8­°c

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Highest temperature today was -3.4C, but now it's plummeting and is already -9.5C. At the same time on my coldest recorded night (January 8th) it was -10.2C so could be pushing that record tonight.

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Crazy, -11.4 at the moment was +0.3 at 13:00.

bloody cold

Aldborough weather

Latitude N 52° 51' 59" Longitude E 01° 14' 12" Elevation 29 m

This page shows a summary of the data since midnight local time.

Today's data Temperature and Humidity

High Temperature 2.7 °C at 12:53

Low Temperature -11.4 °C at 16:54

Rainfall

Rainfall Today 0.3 mm

Rainfall Rate Max 3.6 mm/hr at 13:54

Wind

Highest Gust 2.3 mph at 13:52

Highest Speed (10 minute average) 0.2 mph (F0) at 13:53

Wind Run 0.0 miles

Pressure

High Pressure (SL) 1011.6 mb at 16:05

Low Pressure (SL) 1006.3 mb at 00:02

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Oh....I know where you are now....Blickingshire. Holiday near Stalham every year. I just thought you might be a bit rubbish at geography and really be in Aldeburgh.

Anyway, just went to stack some logs but despite having all the gear, could only bear half an hour. Currently -10.5C. VERY surprised to see Norfolk so cold, particularly relatively close to the coast. During my childhood in Suffolk, I can only remember it getting down to -10C once, and I was well inland at Lavenham.

By the way...I'm not suggesting for a minute you're exaggerating your readings, unlike certain members from certain places might have done in the past.

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Highest temperature today was -3.4C, but now it's plummeting and is already -9.5C. At the same time on my coldest recorded night (January 8th) it was -10.2C so could be pushing that record tonight.

looking at your station, your record has just gone. Where do you think it will stop tonight?

I was surprised when I saw those temperatures as well, but my next door neighbour has a Min Max thermometer in his garden, so we've checked against each other. he was just as surprised, the lowest I'd seen it before this year was back in the mid 80's where I think it got down to -11.

And yes, amazingly cold so close to the coast. Went to Cromer on Saturday and the was snow on the beach, only the 2nd time I've seen that.

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