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Saturday 22nd September 2012 - Weather And General Chat

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A very cold clear start.

Min temp according to Davis 4.1c now 4.3c

Wind f1 var

Rainfall 0.2 mm since midnight

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Cars frozen this morning :o. Doesn't seem that long ago since we had our last frost, shows what kind of summer we had lol.

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A foggy start here with thick ice on the car, sun's coming through now.

Looks like it's going to be a nice day.

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A lovely sunny and calm start to the day, quite a contrast to yesterday; certainly a cold start with a low of 3.9C here so some places around here may have had a ground frost at dawn, the lowest in my garden since 17 May.

the reports from Wx Online show 58 stations have reported a ground frost and 9 with an air frost.

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10.6°C

1018.5 mb rising 0.2 mb/hr

Wind 10.1 mph gusting 12.4 mph max N/NE

DP 6.2°C

Humidity 74%

No rain last 24 hours

Cloud base 1832 ft

The calm before the storm....

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Temperature

Temperature 9 °C

Dew Point 7 °C

Windchill 9 °C

Wind

Speed / Dir 3 km/h from North

Wind Gust 6 km/h

Conditions

Pressure 1020.9 hPa

Clouds Few 365 m

Moisture

Humidity 94%

Rainfall 1 mm

Overnight rain cleared, very cold start at 7am 3 °C but warming up nicely now, sunny and clear apart from a few wispy bits of cloud

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No frost here but a cold start to the day, should be a cracking day though with long spells of sunshine.

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Saturday 22nd September 2012:

Spells of rain died out last night as a clearance spread in from the north. Turning chilly with a widespread ground frost, low 1.5c with –1.6c on the grass. Sunny so far this morning, still chilly.

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

Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday: 11.5°C

Minimum temperature overnight: 1.5°C

24-hour maximum 11.5°C

24-hour minimum: 1.5°C

Minimum temperature on grass: -1.6°C

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 7.1 MPH S

Rainfall total: 6.1mm

Current Conditions:

2 Oktas: Cirrus, cirrocumulus from contrails.

Visibility: good, 10 miles.

Temperature: 6.3°C

Humidity: 95.4%

Dew point 5.6°C

Wind Direction: Force 2 SSW

Barometer 1023.0mb: Trend: rising.

Yesterday:

Cloudy overnight, though staying dry. The morning has been overcast, light rain and moderate drizzle setting in around the observation. Periods of light rain continued throughout the day, feeling very cool for September despite lack of wind. Top temperature 11.5c.

September so far:

Mean temperature: 13.7 (0.2c) of the local average)

Maximum temperature: 24.9c on the 9th

Minimum temperature: 1.5c on the 22nd

Grass Minimum: -1.6c on the 22nd

Rainfall 13.6mm

Wettest 24 hours 6.1 mm on the 21st

Maximum wind gust: 31.6 mph WSW on the 14th.

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 = 630.4 mm

Wettest 24 hours, 20.4mm on the 28th June

Maximum wind gust: 48.6mph, NW 5th Jan

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First ground frost of the autumn last night.

Crystal clear and sunny today. Quiet and warm. Butterflies out.

My old grandmother, born 1889, had a name for the odd superb day in the middle of unsettled spells. She called it a "weather breeder". ie- an indicator of bad weather to come very soon .....

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First ground frost of the autumn last night.

Crystal clear and sunny today. Quiet and warm. Butterflies out.

My old grandmother, born 1889, had a name for the odd superb day in the middle of unsettled spells. She called it a "weather breeder". ie- an indicator of bad weather to come very soon .....

I like that comment-the old ones are often the best

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4.9C was the low overnight, which shows that the towns & cities (even though I am more rural) is still a few weeks away from achieving a frost.

It's 11.5C here with clear blue skies. :)

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Sunny and clear with current temp 12.8°C, pressure 1018.7mb and a light breeze 3.8mph N

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A fine day here with warmth quite pronounced in areas out of the breeze, but a cool feel when in it - about 16C. Incoming change of weather very obvious at present with thickening alto stratus and bands of lower cloud appearing from the west/south-west. Calm before the storm, but a very pleasant one.

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4.9C was the low overnight, which shows that the towns & cities (even though I am more rural) is still a few weeks away from achieving a frost.

It's 11.5C here with clear blue skies. smile.png

Parts of Manchester had frost..

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A pleasant day but cold.

Max temp 13.4C now 10.9C

Rainfall nil

Wind F1 SSE

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A notably cold night with a min temp of 4.6C, making it the lowest in September since 2003. Partly cloudy with clear spells during the day but again rather cool with a max temp of 13.9C.

Currently clear and sunny with a temperature of 11.0C.

It could well be another very cold one before the cloud rolls in.

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A cold clear start followed by a dry day with plenty of sunshine, becoming hazier during the afternoon. Current conditions: hazy sunshine, 14.1 deg C, wind light E. Today's maximum 15.9, last night's minimum 5.2.

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A clear and chilly night last night but with enough of a northerly breeze to prevent a ground frost. This led into a dry and mainly sunny day with 2 or 3 oktas of Cu humilis during late morning into mid-afternoon and some increase of high and medium level cloud by late afternoon.

At 1800 g.m.t;

Temp', 8.7c

Max' today, 12.1c

Min' last night, 2.9c

Grass min', 0.6c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0800 g.m.t, 2.1 mm

Rainfall from 0800-1800 g.m.t, nil

Sunshine today, 8.83 hrs

Mean wind speed, 2 mph SE

Highest gust today, 13 mph N at 1104 g.m.t

6 oktas Cs and Ac

Vis', over 80 km.

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3rd consecutive sunny Saturday but while the last two have hit the 20s today was much cooler with a max of 13.7C following min of 3.1C.

Sunshine total 10.23 hours and we have now passed the monthly average of 130 hours as well as the appalling totals recorded by all 3 summer months.

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Absolutely stunning day here in the Cumbria. the temp climbed up to 14.0c after a very chilly start (2.7c @ 7am). Mainly sunny skies from dawn to dusk, glorious autumn day. :)

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Clear with the season's frost air frost last night.

Misty dawn, then sunny , hazy pm. Rather cool.

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Min; -0.7c @ 0700

Max: 15.2c @ 1530

Rain yesterday: 0.4mm

Dry so far today

Currently: Clear with cirrus layer, cold

Temp: 5.9c

RH: 91%

Pressure: 1019mbar, falling slowly.

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And the previous couple of days:

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