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-7C and dry...probably some rain soon :rofl: (no I will not let it go!!)

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Clear and extremely cold.

Temp: -14.4C, falling

Dewpoint: -16.0C, falling

Humidity: 88%, steady

Pressure: 1026.5mb, steady

Wind: 0.0mph

Rain last 24hrs: 0.0mm

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Temp:

-8 °C

Clear & crisp

 

Windchill:

-5 °C

Humidity:

93%

Dew Point:

-6 °C

Wind:

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

Wind Gust:

3.2 km/h

Pressure:

1028.7 hPa (Steady)

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Haddington , East Lothian , 55m ASL

Weather @ 8.50am

Temperature : -1.9C

Dewpoint : -3.2C

Humidity (Outdoor) : 91%

Pressure : 1017.4mb , falling then steady

Wind : N/A

Not as cold as previous mornings here , with a very nice sunrise being observed a little while ago :)

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Quiet at the moment with 6/8 Sc about 3500ft with Ci above.

Temp plus 3.5

Min -o,1

GM -5

Wind southerly 10mph

Vis 30k

Pressure 1027 falling

I think it could be positively mild later.

The 0600 chart

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Boxing day 26th December 2010:

Bitterly cold again, with a very severe frost. Low overnight –9.9c with –16.0c on the grass (snow) Mean snow depth 5.5cm. At observation, bitter, with weak, watery sunshine.

Sky:6 Oktas, Cirrostratus, Cirrocumulus.

Temperature: -9.6°C

Wind Direction: calm Force 0

Humidity: 88%

Barometer:1028mb falling slowly.

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

Maximum temperature: -1.4°C

Minimum temperature: -11.0°C

Minimum temperature on grass: -16.0°C

Rainfall total: trace mm

Yesterday:

The coldest Christmas morning and the coldest night since I began keeping records in 2005, this looks also to be the coldest locally since records began in 1991. –12.2c with –16.6c on the grass (snow) Mean snow depth at observation, 5.5cm 100%. A bright day followed with sunny spells, though dense freezing fog was noted to be close by to the south of this station up until lunch time. Very cold again, top temperature –1.4c. Maximum wind gust 13.3 WSW.

December 2010 so far

Mean temperature: -2.0c (-6.3c) of the local average)

Maximum temperature: 7.9 on the 11th.

Minimum temperature: -12.2c on the 25th

Grass Minimum: -16.6c on the 25th

Rainfall = 20.1 mm

Wettest 24 hours, 4.6mm on the 16th

Maximum wind gust: 32.4mph, NW 11th

2010 so far:

Maximum temperature: 29.0 on the 23rd May.

Minimum temperature: –12.2 on the 25tht December.

Grass Minimum: –16.6c on the 25th December

Rainfall: = 596.0mm

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

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

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Boxing day 26th December 2010:

Bitterly cold again, with a very severe frost. Low overnight –9.9c with –16.0c on the grass (snow) Mean snow depth 5.5cm. At observation, bitter, with weak, watery sunshine.

Sky:6 Oktas, Cirrostratus, Cirrocumulus.

Temperature: -9.6°C

Wind Direction: calm Force 0

Humidity: 88%

Barometer:1028mb falling slowly.

Blimey P.C it's like the sub tropics here compared to the Trent valley!

A slight frost overnight as the warmer uppers exert their influence above the inversion. The night has been dry and mainly clear but high cloud has increased steadily since just before dawn.

The temp' is -0.1c after a min' of -0.9c ( 24hr min' was -2.3c )

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0900, nil

Mean wind speed, 14 mph W

6 oktas Ci, Cist and Alcu

Vis', 18 km

Mean depth of lying snow; 6cm.

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Dry cold start

Temp -7.1c

Humidity 90%

Dewpoint -8.5c

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Blimey P.C it's like the sub tropics here compared to the Trent valley!

A slight frost overnight as the warmer uppers exert their influence above the inversion. The night has been dry and mainly clear but high cloud has increased steadily since just before dawn.

The temp' is -0.1c after a min' of -0.9c ( 24hr min' was -2.3c )

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0900, nil

Mean wind speed, 14 mph W

6 oktas Ci, Cist and Alcu

Vis', 18 km

Mean depth of lying snow; 6cm.

Morning TM,

Yes ha ha, this when living in a valley comes in to its own, incredibly, my mean is currently at –2.0c, -6.3c below the local average. It looks as though there will be a gradual reversal of fortunes soon as the inversion breaks down, I would think you will be reporting temperatures lower than me by tomorrow or Tuesday.

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Haze, frosty, icy, sun breaking through though.

Temp -7.8c after a low of -11.9c

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Very cold frosty start, still very cold under the inversion, but unfortunately this will probably be mixed out soon. A weather station a few miles away in the coastal town of Sidmouth is reporting +1.5C. Not quite as cold as last night here but still exceptionally cold.

Currently: very cold and frosty with cirrostratus and patchy stratocumulus

11:45:

Temp: -5.7C

Dew point: -6.3C

Humidity: 95%

Wind: 1-3mph (NNW)

Pressure: 1027.5mb

Still about 6 inches of snow cover (for now).

Min temp: -12.7C at 02:14 and about 6am.

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Partly Cloudy with hazy sunshine at present after a clear night. Min temp was -3.8C giving the 20th air frost of the month.

Currently -0.9C and 95% humidity - the max so far. It looks like we'll miss out on an ice day though as the tempererature is slowly creeping up.

Mean depth of snow is slightly down to around 7cm now due to compaction, but its the 21st day of the month to have >50% of it on the ground at 0900.

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really cold here still only -2.5c at 12.20pm another sub zero day or us (last one perhaps?)

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A cold, dry day with plenty of hazy sunshine, after an exceptionally cold night (the second coldest here since 2002). Currently partly cloudy, -0.1 deg C, wind light SW. Today's maximum 0.4, last night's minimum -7.1.

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BRACEBRIDGE HEATH WEATHER

26 December 2010 4:08:04 PM

Temperature (°F):

Current 30.7

Wind chill 30.7

Dew Point 27.1

Rel Humidity 86%

Wind (mph):

Current Gust 1.3 SSW

Average Speed 1.3 SSW

Rainfall (mm):

Total today 0.0

Total this year 1012.0

Pressure (hPa):

Current 1021.0

Trend (per hour) 0.0

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10th consecutive day when it's not risen above freezing, with the maximum today of -0.6 and a low earlier of -8.2C

My mean temperature for the month so far is now -4.0C.

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Coventry report:

Clear periods with a severe frost last night.

Bright am, thickening cirrostratus, a cloudy evening. Very cold again, another ice day.

Breezy now (south). No thaw of the 4cm snow and ice.

Min: -10c

Max: -1.6c

Dry yesterday and today.

Currently: -2c.

Back home it was another extremely cold night in our inversion prone valley location.

Min: -15.9c @ 0100

Max: +2.4c @ 1300

Currently in Lampeter: 1.6c

RH: 88%

Pressure: 1018mbar, falling.

Mean temperature to 26th is -2.6c, mean minimum -7.0c (Lampeter).

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Pressure 1021.7hPa

Temp 0.9c

Max Temp 0.9c

Min Temp -7.4c

Humidity 93%

Dewpoint -0.1c

Rain Total 0.0mm

Monthly Rain Total 5.1mm

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The less cold air arrived here just after 2:30pm, when the increasing southerly air flow 'won' against the inversion here. I have seen some startling differences in temp watching stations near here, as the southerly flow went over the top of the inversion.

At one point a station in Exmouth by the beach suddenly rose to above 4C from below freezing when the wind changed to coming off the sea, while at the same time a station 100-200m back from the beach was showing -1C! (rising a few minutes later) Also looking at a weather station in West Hill (about 3 miles to my NW and 100m or so higher) was showing +1.3C at 9:55am while we were -10.0C! if thats correct a 11.3C difference! :o

The MetO site at Dunkeswell was reporting +1C at 1pm, while Exeter Airport was showing -7C at 1:20pm

Currently:

Temp: 4.1C

Dew point: 0.1C

Humidity: 75%

Wind: 9mph 'gusting' 21mph (SSE)

Pressure: 1020.7mb

Max temp: 4.4C at 19:59

Min temp: -12.7C at 02:14 and about 6am

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