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Thursday June 28th General Weather Chat

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Cloudy humid start but now dry after overnight rain.

Temp 16.5C

Wind calm

rainfall since midnight 1mm

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Suddenly very foggy

16,1C

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18.7°C

1005.7 mb falling 0.3mb/hr

Wind 8.1mph gusting 13.8 mph max E/SE

DP 16.6°C

Humidity 87%

No rain last 24 hours

Cloud base 911ft

Warm and extremely muggy

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Temperature

Temperature 19.9 °C

Dew Point 19 °C

Wind

Speed / Dir Calm

Wind Gust 4.8 km/h

Conditions

Pressure 1005 hPa

Moisture

Humidity 92%

Rainfall 0 mm (although there was a bit of something that washed the sand off my car)

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Mostly cloudy, muggy and dampish, 19C...

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cloudy and muggy with a low that beats some of the 'highs' of this month at 17.1C (9 of them!), its dry after a trough with showers cleared through here earlier, very little breeze.

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Damp and muggy with some hazy sun. Local mist slow to clear.

temp 19.7°C rising 1.3°C/hr

pressure 1002.8mb

humidity 85%

dewpoint 17.1°C

wind 0.8mph gusting 5.6mph NE

rain 0.5mm

cloud base 1061ft

outlook; occasional pptn. worsening

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A cloudy and very mild night with a few short light-moderate showers earlier this morning and a short spell of thick fog between 0530 and 0615 g.m.t.

Currently dry, cloudy and humid with a layer of St below a general layer of Ac.

At 0800 g.m.t;

Temp', 15.7c

24 hr max', 21.8c

24 hr min', 15.1c

Grass min', 13.5c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0800 g.m.t, 0.9 mm

Mean wind speed, 12 mph SE

8 oktas St and Ac

Vis', 20 km.

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Cloudy and warm in Warwick.

Temp currently at 23.1C - New record for DP (2012) at 19.7C

Humidity 81%

Bar 1002.44hPa falling rapidly

Rain 0.8mm since midnight

Light breeze from East.

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Coming up to 19C already, we've had two very intense bursts this morning, I'm sure the latter had some hail mixed in.

Can't wait for this afternoon and evening!

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Was a mostly cloudy night with some rain (0.3mm) which was litterally just enough to pull all the crap out of the air and onto all the cars! It's now bright blue sunshine although I can see clouds bubbling up to the south west due to the heat of the day, it's extremely hot and muggy in the sun it's 23.7oC and 85% humidity so the dew point is 21oC which is almost unbearable to sit in but I am prely because prom is coming up and I want a tan! aha

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Thursday 28th June 2012:

Cloudy and warm overnight with a little rain. The morning to observation has seen mostly overcast conditions with a little light rain. At observation, heavy dark cloud to the west is back building towards this location, continuous high elevation thunder now for 15 minutes.

Update at 10:45 GMT, high altitude lightening and thunder has now passed through this location, torrential rain for 15 minutes leaving 9mm.

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

Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday: 25.1°C

Minimum temperature overnight: 15.4°C

24-hour maximum 25.1°C

24-hour minimum: 15.9°C

Minimum temperature on grass: 15.1°C

Maximum wind gust: MPH (Midnight to Midnight) 13.4 WSW

Rainfall total: 0.7 mm

Current Conditions:

8 Oktas: Cumulonimbus, Atostratus.

Visibility: about 4 miles.

Temperature: 20.0°C

Humidity: 92.4%

Dew point 18.7°C

Wind Direction: Force 3 E

Barometer 1003 mb falling rapidly

Yesterday:

Warm and humid overnight with a little light showery rain through the early hours. The morning so far has been mainly cloudy with a few spots of light rain. At observation, the cloud is thinning and sun peeping through, feeling very warm and humid. The day remained mostly cloudy and very warm, The early evening saw the sun brreaking through and the temperature climbed to 25.1c by 18:00 GMT.

June 2012 so far:

Mean temperature: 13.5c (-0.8c) of the local average)

Maximum temperature: 21.1c on the 25th

Minimum temperature: 6.2c on the 4th

Grass Minimum: 5.1c on the 5th

Rainfall 121.6 mm

Wettest 24 hours 17.2 mm on the 14th

Maximum wind gust: 29.7 mph ENE on the 3rd.

2012 so far

Maximum temperature: 26.0c on the 24th May.

Minimum temperature: -8.9c on the 4th Feb

Grass Minimum: -11.2c on the 4th Feb

Rainfall = 407.2 mm

Wettest 24 hours, 17.2mm on the 4th Jan

Maximum wind gust: 48.6mph, NW 5th Jan

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An extremely humid, tropical feeling morning with low cloud, mist, Cirrus, Altocumulus, hazy sunny spells and a few very brief sharp showers.

Now mostly sunny with Cirrus and Altocumulus patches, 23.0c (soon to be the warmest of the month!) and 84% humidity.

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Already 26/27c across numerous locations in the southeast. Warmest spot could be close to 30c today ? Defo 28/29c likely!

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Was a mostly cloudy night with some rain (0.3mm) which was litterally just enough to pull all the crap out of the air and onto all the cars!

An unusual way to describe the precipitation of dust from the Sahara desert! Lots on the cars here in Cheshire also this morning, and judging from twitter it's widespread over much of the country.

edit: Here is a cracking satellite pic of the dust affecting the Canary Islands a couple of days ago - a phenomenon known as a calima with the western side of Gran Canaria reaching 42.6c yesterday in the hot desert air.

http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/view.php?id=78374&src=nha

And another sat picture with an almost Martian atmosphere in Lanzarote -

http://izana.org/ind...emid=49〈=en

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Same Sahara precip in Essex overnight too. Its times like this when having a black car most definitely does show the dirt.

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Another Humid day today with lots of cloud but as yet no thunder a few showers but thats it

Currently 22.6°C, Humidity 76% down from a high of 89%

I like heat but this is not nice the weather at the end of May was fine but this is to humid

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Cloudy with drizzle until an hour ago and now have Cu with some sunshine. So temp recently has risen to 17.2C but a marked contrast to the east of the country.

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Lots of dust came down with the last shower looks like the sahara sandstorm and made its way up here

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An unusual way to describe the precipitation of dust from the Sahara desert! Lots on the cars here in Cheshire also this morning, and judging from twitter it's widespread over much of the country.

edit: Here is a cracking satellite pic of the dust affecting the Canary Islands a couple of days ago - a phenomenon known as a calima with the western side of Gran Canaria reaching 42.6c yesterday in the hot desert air.

http://earthobservat...d=78374&src=nha

And another sat picture with an almost Martian atmosphere in Lanzarote -

http://izana.org/ind...emid=49〈=en

Oh wow, they are very good pictures, I didn't realise that's where it had all come from, I thought it was just in the air because it was so hot but now that seems a bit silly aha, I did see that it was from the Sahara just after I posted it on the telegraph online, oh and wow 42.6oC glad I wasn't there! This heat is even too much! mind you, it is a drier air over there which I prefer very much! we got a high of 28.2oC here and the humidity was still around 75 or above so almost unbearable!

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Warmest day of the year with a max of 27.9C. Currently 27C.

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Its still very humid here but with a breeze, T=24.4C and Td=18.8C, falling now from its high of 21.2C at 1620. Small adjacent thunderstorm around the middle of the day with another sharp shower this afternoon. The cloud is now Cu 1 verging on Cu 2 about 4/8 of it.

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