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yet another mild start to the day but dry after some overnight rain

Temp 6.7C

Barometer 995mb falling

Wind F2 Variable

Wind 3.8mm

 

 

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Dry start after some overnight showers

 

Temp 7.5c

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It seems to have stopped raining according to Davis but not light enough to see, had 7.6mm yesterday evening so the wettest in a 24 hour period 00-00 period since 9.2mm on 21 October 2013, but another 3.0mm since midnight. Ironic we are so wet after being so dry with so many folk being flooded, lowest T=5.3C at the moment

 

update at 0830=still raining with a further 0.6mm since last post

Edited by johnholmes

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11.3°C

998.8 hPa falling 0.1 hPa/hr

Wind 13.4 mph gusting 31.3 mph max N

DP 10.2°C

Humidity 93%

0.8mm rain last 24 hours

Cloud base 450 ft

 

Intermittent rain and still quite windy

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A cloudy, mild and wet night with the maximum temperature occurring around 0100. Some of the rain was heavy during the early hours but it cleared to the east by 0500 and was followed by a significant drop in temperature and and increase in wind strength.

It's the first morning since December 8th that the wind hasn't had a southerly component to it.

 

At 0900;

Temp; 2.6c

24 hr max; 7.9c

24 hr min; 2.4c

Grass min; 2.0c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0900; 20.0 mm

Mean wind speed; 25 mph NW

6 oktas Cu, Sc and Ci

Vis; 50 km.

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Thursday 09th January 2014:

 

Light to moderate rain last evening turned heavy at times overnight. The rain cleared before dawn with cloud breaks developing towards observation.

 

Readings at 09:00 GMT:

 

Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday: 9.6°C

Minimum temperature overnight 4.5°C

24-hour maximum 9.6°C

24-hour minimum: 4.5°C

Minimum temperature on grass: 3.5°C

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 21.4mph SW

Rainfall total: 21.8mm

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

5 Oktas Stratocumulus, Stratus fractus.

Visibility: good, around 10 miles.

Temperature: 4.7°C

Humidity: 90.3%

Dew point 3.2°C

 

Wind Direction: Force5 WNW

Barometer 1002.4mb: Trend: rising.

 

Yesterday:

 

Cloudy and mild overnight. Dry and cloudy this morning, some cloud breaks appearing. A rather cloudy day followed, though with some sunny spells. Light showery rain spread in to the area by late afternoon, the rain turning moderate towards evening.

Edited by Polar Continental

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Greenock
 
Weather Conditions Partly Cloudy Sunny Spells
Temp 6c
Wind 11mph West
DewPoint 4c
Humidity 87%
Pressure 1002mb Rising
Visibility 10 Miles

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After a mild start the day time temperature stayed at average values for the time of year. Early dawn showers and then dry until the afternoon when showers returned to the region.

Max Temp 6.8C now 5.4C

Barometer 1005mb rising

Wind F2 WSW

Rainfall 6.4mm

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Heavy rain overnight with a large clap of thunder just before 4am. 9.2mm of rain since midnight but 18.8mm since yesterday evening so a rather wet 24 hours. Today saw further showers early on before turning sunny during the afternoon. Mild again but just failing to reach double figures.

 

Max Temp: 9.6C

Min Temp: 5.6C

Mean Wind: 8mph W

Max Gust: 17mph

Sunshine: 3.3hrsRainfall: 9.2mm

 

Currently mostly clear with a temp of 6.1C.

Edited by reef

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Showery day

 

Temp 6.6c

Max Temp 11.8c

Min Temp 6.6c

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Sunny intervals and the occasional spot of showery rain this morning. A brief moderate shower early this afternoon and one or two light ones later on but a few sunny intervals between them. 

A fairly windy day again with several gusts over 40 mph.

 

At 1800;

Temp; 3.5c

Max' today; 5.6c

Min' last night; 2.4c

Grass min; 2.0c

Rainfall from 0900-1800; 0.9 mm

Sunshine today; 2.09 hrs

Mean wind speed; 18 mph W

Highest gust today; 47 mph NW at 0837

1 okta Sc and Ci

Vis; over 80 km.

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Mild with rain at times last night.

Cloud and sunny intervals and a few brief showers today, sunny periods 13 - 1430. Moderate west breeze,

Clear and frosty this early evening.

 

Min 4.8c

Max 7.2c

Rain yesterday 14.6mm

Rain since 0900 today Trace

Est sun 2 hours

Max wind 21mph

 

Currently: 0.4c/ 1010mbar rising slowly

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A day littered with showers and cloud blustery at times,miserable.max 6 deg.

Just to note been up the northeast and the wet start turned into a lovely sunny day!

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Greenock
 
Weather Conditions Partly Cloudy Dry
Temp 3c
Wind 6mph South West
DewPoint 2c
Humidity 93%
Pressure 1004mb Rising
Visibility 10 Miles

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