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Monday 6th February 2012 Weather & General Chat

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Mornin' All, currently:

Temp 2.0°C

DP -0.4°C

Rh 84%

Wind Calm

1030.8 mb STEADY

Conditions: Damp after recent light showers

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Light drizzle,

Temp 3.2c

Humidity 92%

Dewpoint 2.0c

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Freezing fog again this morning, which will probably take much of the day to clear.No thaw of the snow overnight.

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Temperature 0 °C

Windchill -2 °C

Dew Point 0 °C

Wind

Speed / Dir 7 km/h / 2.1 m/s from SE

Wind Gust N/A

Conditions

Pressure 1031 hPa

Visibility 0.1 kilometers (Fog)

Clouds Overcast 60 m

Moisture

Humidity 100%

Rainfall 0.0 mm

Snow Depth 4-5cm (laying snow)

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0.8 °C

1030.7 mb steady

Wind 0.0 mph gusting 1.5 mph max N/NE

DP -1.1 °C

Humidity 87%

3mm equivalent rain last 24 hours

Cloud base 790 ft

Cold slush everywhere, foggy in places

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cold and fairly cloudy although the Sc cheet seems to have broken to just patches of thickish Ci at the moment. A low of -1.8C, so the 6th consecutive air frost with about 3cm of total cover of lying snow

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Monday 06th February 2012:

Thick advection fog developed overnight with a continued thaw of lying snow. There was also a spell of rain between 4 and 6am this morning. Low 1.2c. At observation, thick shallow fog, light rain / drizzle. Still 6cm of lying wet snow, 99%

Today's readings for the 24 hrs up to 09:00 GMT:

Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday: 5.1°C

Minimum temperature overnight: 1.2°C

24-hour maximum = 5.1°C

24-hour minimum: -3.4°C

Minimum temperature on grass: -1.0°C

Maximum wind gust: (last 24 hours) 11.9 mph NNW

Rainfall total: 2.4mm

Current Conditions:

7 Okta: Stratocumulus.

Visibility: < 100yds.

Temperature: 1.2°C

Wind chill 1.2c.

Humidity: 98%

Dew point 0.9°C

Wind Direction: Force 0 calm

Snow depth: 6.0cm

Barometer 1032 mb rising.

Yesterday:

The moderate to heavy snow stopped around 10:30 GMT last night after dumping 10cm average depth, 100% cover. There was a slight thaw for a few hours or so before the sky cleared through the early hours and the temperature dropped rapidly to –4.2c. Thick freezing fog also developed around dawn. At observation, frost, deep snow, shallow fog clearing slightly, partly cloudy sky visible overhead, bright. The were a few hazy sunny spells, though with a good deal of high and low cloud at times, misty to from time to time. Much less cold than recently, top temperature 5.1c with a thaw of lying snow.

February 2012 so Far

Mean temperature: -2.0c (- 6.2c) of the local average)

Maximum temperature: 2.9c on the 1st.

Minimum temperature: -8.9c on the 4th

Grass Minimum: -11.2c on the 4th

Rainfall = 17.6. mm

Maximum snow depth = 10cm on the 5th.

Wettest 24 hours = 4th 15.2 mm on the 4th (melted snow)

Maximum wind gust: 27.3 mph ESE on the 1st.

2012 so far

Maximum temperature: 11.8c on the 11th January.

Minimum temperature: -7.5c on the 3rd Feb

Grass Minimum: -10.3c on the 3rd Feb

Rainfall = 82.4 mm

Wettest 24 hours, 17.2mm on the 4th Jan

Maximum wind gust: 48.6mph, NW 5th Jan

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After the weekend of no snow for us, a damp grey morning with rising temperatures

Temperature: 4.8 °C

Trend: +1.2 °C /hr

Wind: Light SW

Barometer: 1035.0 mb (1035.0 hPa )

Pressure trend +0.0mb/hr

Humidity: 98 %

Dew point: 4.5 °C

Todays rain: 0.6 mm

Monthly rain: 10 mm

Yearly rain: 57 mm

Maximum temperature: 4.8 °C at time: 8:58 AM

Minimum temperature: 3.0 °C at time: 2:24 AM

Current Windchill: 4.8 °C

Created by "Weather Display"

Time of Weather report: 09:00:21 Date of report: 06/02/12

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Dry, cloudy and damp, a smidge over 0C...

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A mainly cloudy night with a few light rain showers during the early hours and a continued slow thaw for much of the time, although there was a slight ground frost during the evening.

Currently dry and cloudy after a few sunny intervals earlier this morning.

Current temp' is 3.3c

24 hr max to 0900, 3.2c

24 hr min' 0.6c

Overnight min', 2.1c

Grass min', -0.3c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0900, 0.4 mm

Mean wind speed, 6 mph NW

8 oktas St

Vis', was 12 km at 0900 but fog has developed in the last half hour and it's now 800 mts

Mean depth of lying snow 9.5cm, 95% of ground covered.

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Posted this in the SE Regional Thread, but thought I would pop it in here as a member of the 'South East' who did indeed get snow from Saturday night's event, and went to bed all happy at midnight, only to be greeted by a thaw on Sunday morning and only just enough time for snowballs and a quick walk in the woods with son and dog before the slush and drips took over! Son made me promise that next time it snows in the evening, we do all our snowball playing then, just in case it's gone in the morning 'like today'!

This morning I found out what a difference 15 miles makes! Left the cloudy and snowless streets of Surbiton for the school and work run at 7.30am. Passed varying levels of slushy pavements through Teddington, Hampton and onwards up to Heathrow. Driving through Heathrow at 9 (HUGE traffic jam on route!), the pavements had a decent covering compared with the earlier slush, and the runways were clearly edged with snow blanketed by sufficient fog to stop us seeing the planes coming into land or taking off as we passed by on the perimeter road that had very black snow on the kerbs and in the centre. As we went north of Heathrow towards Hillingdon, the snow became much thicker on the ground and the fog continued apace - pavements were full of snow with some piled up along the edges of the main roads, albeit most side roads were clear. Son was very displeased to have missed a 'snow day' thinking if we had had this amount of snow in Surbiton then mum might just have phoned school to say we weren't coming in! Onwards to work at Uxbridge, and a snowy car park greeted me for me to slither into a parking space - no idea if I am in an actual 'space' as snow covered everything, and just hope no one parks near me so I don't whack them as I gear up for the return journey... might hope the temperature goes up a bit :winky:

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Clear blues sky here after an overnight frost-down to -1c,Light wind of indiscernable direction but any cloud there is appears to now be coming from the NNE.

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Some snow potential for the next 24hours, an extra cm or 2 possible for the most favoured spots possibly. Looking further ahead we desperately need some form of undercutting of the high. Lets hope the models show some improvements to go alongside the met o update

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Currently 5.5c and the highest temperature for over a week, misty/cloudy though there has been some hazy sunshine and

a few drizzly showers.

The day started quite icy with a minimum of 0.6c after overnight showers.

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Overcast all day with mist in the morning and occasional light drizzle, and feeling somewhat milder than the past few days. The snow from Saturday night has almost gone from most areas, although the coverage in our garden is still around 50%. Maximum 4.2, minimum 0.2. Wind calm.

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Currently 2.1c, falling, snow cover remaining should help temperatures fall

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Mostly cloudy today with drizzle at times to early afternoon.

Mist and fog this morning. A few sunny intervals this afternoon. Light north breeze.

Min: 2.5c @ 0230

Max: 7.9c @ 1330

Rain yesterday: 0.9mm

Rain since 0900 today: 0.1mm

Currently: Clear intervals.

Temp: 4.6c

RH: 95%

Pressure: 1034mbar, rising slowly.

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Pressure 1029.5hPa

Temp 6.3c

Max Temp 6.9c

Min Temp 3.2c

Humidity 92%

Dewpoint 5.1c

Rainfall 0.5mm

Monthly Rainfall 11.1mm

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A cloudy and, at times, foggy morning with one or two very light rain showers at first. The cloud persisted into the afternoon but any showers died out by 1100. By 1500 the cloud was thinning and it suddenly cleared around 1530 to allow some late sunshine.

A slow thaw of lying snow throughout the day but a ground frost developed after about 1700 and any thawing stopped.

At 1800;

Temp', 2.0c

Max' today, 4.2c

Min' last night, 2.1c

24 hr min' to 0900, 0.6c

Grass min', -0.3c

Rainfall from 0900-1800, 0.1 mm

Sunshine today, 0.77 hrs

Mean wind speed, 9 mph N/NE

Highest gust today, 19 mph N/NE at 1725

1 okta Acu

Vis', 9 km

Mean depth of lying snow, 6.2cm. 95% of ground covered.

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Foggy during the morning and early afternoon before a few light rain showers moved in after dark. It has then turned clear during the last few hours. Another cold day with a max temp of 1.7C, after a slight frost overnight with a min of -0.2C. A further thaw today, with 6cm of snow cover at 0900 which has now reduced to 3cm, but still a 100% cover.

Currently 0.0C and 98% humidity. 1.2mm of precipitation in the Davis gauge in the form of melted snow.

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