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Saturday 11th August 2012 - Weather and General Chat

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A dull mild start.

Temp 12.9C

wind F1 ENE

Rainfall nil

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Dry with misty low cloud, 14.5C...

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yes the low St predicted for this morning arrived sometime after 0500, so a dull and overcast start to this morning, a low of 11.8C (identical to yesterday) and T=14.8C now thanks to the St; this time yesterday it was 18.4C

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Bleugh North Sea low cloud... not seen too much of it this year gladly but here it is this morning. Sun keeps trying to poke through but having a hard time so far. Hoping for it to break pretty soon as got the inlaws coming round and fancied showing them around Nottingham in the sunshine not under a gray sheet!

17.1c now after 15.8c low.

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A clear start to last night but St rolled in from the North Sea during the early hours to give thick fog and occasional slight drizzle.Still foggy but it has begun to thin in the last half hour.

At 0800 g.m.t;

Temp', 12.3c

24 hr max', 21.8c

24 hr min', 11.3c

Grass min', 10.5c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0800 g.m.t, trace

Mean wind speed, 7 mph E/NE

Sky obscured by fog

Vis', 60 mts.

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A bright dry start with some high cloud, mainly Cirrus, but feeling a tad cooler.

current temp 18.9°C

max yesterday 24.9°C

pressure 1020.0mb

RH 75%

dewpoint 14.4°C

wind 1.0mph gusting 5.3mph SE

rain nil

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20.2°C

1021.1 mb falling 0.1 mb/hr

Wind 11.9 mph gusting 15.5 mph max E

DP 12.7°C

No rain last 24 hours

Humidity 62%

Cloud base 3100ft

Breezy but bright and very sunny

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Good morning from the Ribble Valley.

Just got back from walking Chesney our Norwich Terrier.Was out at 7,15 it was a bit cool then .But it soon warmed up and it got quiet warm by the time I got back.

E.C.

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Temperature

Temperature 19.4 °C

Dew Point 16 °C

Wind

Speed / Dir 8.0 km/h / 2.2 m/s from ENE

Wind Gust 11.3 km/h

Conditions

Pressure 1022 hPa

Clouds Few 304 m

Moisture

Humidity 79%

Rainfall 0 mm

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Saturday 11th August 2012:

Low cloud blew in from off the North sea overnight making for an overcast and rather misty start. The cloud started to thin and break around 08:00 GMT allowing bright and hazy sunny spells to develop towards observation, hazy.

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

Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday: 24.0°C

Minimum temperature overnight: 13.5°C

24-hour maximum 24.0°C

24-hour minimum: 13.5°C

Minimum temperature on grass: 11.7°C

Maximum wind gust: MPH (Midnight to Midnight) 17.8 NE.

Rainfall total: 0.0mm

Current Conditions:

4 Oktas: Stratus fractus.

Visibility: about 3 miles.

Temperature: 17.2°C

Humidity: 84.8%

Dew point 14.6°C

Wind Direction: Force 3-4 ENE

Barometer 1024mb: Trend: falling.

Yesterday:

Clear overnight with shallow mist and fog forming over the near by fields. The morning to observation has been sunny, warming rapidly. There were further sunny spells through the morning, by early afternoon it turned almost overcast with on bright spells. The early evening saw further cloud breaks allowing sunny spells, feeling very warm.

Mean temperature: 16.4 (0.0c) of the local average)

Maximum temperature: 24.5c on the 9th

Minimum temperature: 9.9c on the 9th

Grass Minimum: 7.5c on the 9th

Rainfall 16.0 mm

Wettest 24 hours 5.5 mm on the 4th

Maximum wind gust: 18.6 mph ESE on the 1st.

2012 so far

Maximum temperature: 29.0c on the 24th July.

Minimum temperature: -8.9c on the 4th Feb

Grass Minimum: -11.2c on the 4th Feb

Rainfall = 572.0 mm

Wettest 24 hours, 20.4mm on the 28th June

Maximum wind gust: 48.6mph, NW 5th Jan

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Mist arrived around 2am last night, overnight low was 14.3c in the end with a very dark and grey start to the day but the mist has burnt away now with hazy sunshine, emphasis on the haze as the high cloud is rather thick! currently 18.5c

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Dry, and breezy with sunny spells. A muggy-feeling 21C...

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A much lower minimum temperature than forecast last night, dropping to 10.1C under clear skies.

It has been mostly cloudy since sunrise with bright spells, reaching a maximum of 18.9C so far. The wind today is more of a south-easterly and stronger than yesterday.

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Rather disappointing day today. Was relying on the sun coming out but very very hazy, almost cloudy with a fresh to cool southeasterly wind. Not impressed!

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Weather-type unchanged but temperature up to 24C. I guess that I'm far-enough away from the North Sea to be unaffected by the sea breeze-/ wind field-induced undercut?

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Rather disappointing day, very cloudy, with the odd sunny spell. Currently 20C

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Wind is now picking up compared to earlier.,There is a thin blanket of cloud resulting in a hazy weak sun.

temp 22.3°C

pressure 1017.8mb falling

wind gusting 9.9mph NNE

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glad it is cloudy with a S.Easterly breeze of 5mph.Some sunshine.23c.

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A rather chilly night with a low of 63F! Forecasted to hit 100F (38c) today so could be a hot one.

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12.8C the min last night, so yeah quite a cool one.

Hazy sunshine all day with a few clouds going over from time to time.

It's 22.8C currently.

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Interesting variation of cloud on the 1230z Modis high resolution. Not sure what to make of the cloud over the North Sea. "NERC Satellite Receiving Station, Dundee University, Scotland" http://www.sat.dundee.ac.uk/

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Hmm, that cloud over the North Sea does look strange. It looks like a wodge of flock. And not a cloud here in Ipswich, but I do think clear blue sky is pretty boring.

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24C with a fair bit of high-level milkiness just now...

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I managed 25.0C in spite of quite a lot of cloud, mostly Sc variants, some small Cu once the St of the early morning had burnt off. So the 4th consecutive day of 25.0C or more.

A summery spell?

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