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Sunday 1st July 2012 General Weather And Chat

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Good morning,

A new month but the same weather! Overcast and damp this morning with light rain and drizzle along with a fresh sw'ly wind. 12.9c, wind SW 15mph with occasional gusts into the mid 20's. Pressure 1004mb.

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Sunny with a breeze from the north, lowest T=9.6C, only the second single figure Min in two weeks

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Early sunny spells have now given way to mostly cloudy conditions with a blustery westerly wind.

Overnight low was 9.1c, currently 10.5c.

Dry at present however on 'rain today' there is quite a lot of precipitation over Lancashire heading this way however it does look to be stalling and fragmenting as it reaches the pennines.

I hope it does because I've got some washing to put out!

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Light evening showers yesterday died out by 2000 g.m.t and the rest of the night was dry with clear periods and quite cool too for July. Some patchy hill fog earlier this morning but at the moment it's dry with sunny intervals and excellent visibility.

At 0800 g.m.t;

Temp', 11.6c

24 hr max', 17.7c

24hr min', 7.5c

Grass min', 6.1c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0800 g.m.t, 2.0 mm

Mean wind speed, 19 mph SW

6 oktas Sc and Cu

Vis', over 80 km.

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Dry and bright, breezy with a lot of cloud-formation, 14C...

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14.8°C

1013.9 mb rising 0.4 mb/hr

Wind 10.6 mph gusting 21.7 mph max W/SW

DP 9.6°C

Humidity 71%

No rain last 24 hours

Cloud base 2147 ft

Started bright and sunny but has now clouded over with a spot of drizzle

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Torrential downpours one after the other this morning with 14mm in the guage. And the UKMO thought it would be the drier day of the weekend! 11.2C

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Well the best day of the weekend, so I was lead to believe has been utter rubbish so far! Cloudy, wet and F5 SW'ly winds gusting up to 35mph.... nea.gif

Drier and brighter this afternoon, lets hope so. smile.png

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Quite bright with some Cu and Ac with a temp of 14C and a fresh westerly.

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The rain from the west has finally arrived although it looks like it should be short lived.

Temp only 13.2c with a chilly, blustery westerly.

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Temperature

Temperature 16 °C

Dew Point 8 °C

Wind

Speed / Dir 8 km/h from SW

Wind Gust 14 km/h

Conditions

Pressure 1012.8 hPa

Clouds Scattered Clouds 762 m

Moisture

Humidity 61%

Rainfall 0 mm

Started sunny with lots of bubbly white clouds but it’s more overcast now and the clouds are about 50 shades of grey!

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Sunday 01st July 2012:

Showery rain cleared around midnight and the sky cleared through the early hours to make for a fine and sunny start. Cloud increased through the morning to observation when there were just bright spells.

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

Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday: 19.0°C

Minimum temperature overnight: 8.2°C

24-hour maximum 19.0°C

24-hour minimum: 8.2°C

Minimum temperature on grass: 7.6°C

Maximum wind gust: MPH (Midnight to Midnight) 21 SE

Rainfall total: 4.3 mm

Current Conditions:

6 Oktas: Cumulus mediocris.

Visibility: about 10 miles.

Temperature: 14.2°C

Humidity: 82.2%

Dew point 11.2°C

Wind Direction: Force 5 SW

Barometer 1011 mb rising slowly.

Yesterday:

Turning cloudy from the south-west overnight. Rain, moderate at times through the early hours. The dawned overcast with spells of moderate rain. A clearance spread from the SW around 07:00 GMT with a few bright and sunny spells developing. There were further sunny spells through the morning, there were also a couple of short moderate to heavy showers with very gusty winds around lunch time. The afternoon saw continued sunny spells. The evening saw another batch of moderate showers spread in from the SW.

June 2012:

Mean temperature: 13.9c (-0.4c) 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 154.7 mm

Wettest 24 hours 20.4 mm on the 28th

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 = 440.3 mm

Wettest 24 hours, 20.4mm on the 28th June

Maximum wind gust: 48.6mph, NW 5th Jan

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Another typical summers day consisting of dull grey skies a chilly gusty SE wind and outbreaks of showery rain.

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Further south in Somerset the main rain by-passed us to the north but heavy dark cumulus with some showers have dominated the morning with a little blue in between. Maximum 16C. Now short bursts of sun between cumulus without showers (at least that's something). Blue sky keeps on tantalising in the distance but never amounts to much despite forecast of bright afternoon.

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Clear spells and cool to cloud last night.

Drizzle at times this morning to 10am. Spells hazy sun 1130 to 1500, felt rather warm and humid. Then cloudy again, occasional light rain and drizzle this evening. Moderate to fresh SW then SSE breeze.

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Min: 5.7c @ 0300

Max: 18.8c @ 1400

Rain yesterday: 11.5mm

Rain since 10am today: 1mm approx

Currently: Cloudy, drizzly, breezy.

Temp: 11.9c

RH: 92%

Pressure: 1013mbar, falling slowly.

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A dry start to the day with sunny intervals. Light showers arrived from the west by late morning and continued into the early afternoon before clearing away around 1330 g.m.t. The rest of the day was dry with increasingly long sunny spells towards early evening.

At 1800 g.m.t;

Temp', 14.0c

Current temp', 11.0c

Max' today, 15.4c

Min' last night, 7.5c

Grass min', 6.1c

Rainfall from 0800-1800 g.m.t, 0.3 mm

Sunshine today, 4.97 hrs

Mean wind speed, 26 mph W

HIghest gust today, 42 mph W at 1729 g.m.t

4 oktas Ac lenticularis, Ci and Cu

Vis', over 80 km.

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A dry day here but not so in the Peak, I walked Castleton-Mam Tor-Hollings Cross and the long route into Hope beneath the ridge then back to Castleton, drizzle rain then showers, and perhaps one of the muddiest walks I have ever done.

Lots of D of E youngsters out, one lot asking where were they on the map! To be fair they were pretty close to where they thought they were.

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Sunny intervals in the morning, generally cloudier with fleeting glimpses of the sun in the afternoon. A light shower lunchtime. Maximum 19.3, minimum 10.1. Wind moderate S.

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