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Morning folks a clear dry start to day and cold with light winds

Temp 4.2C

Barometer 1012mb rising

Wind F2 WSW

Rainfall Nil

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A mild night with a spell of light-moderate rain during the evening and into the early hours. The rain and cloud cleared before dawn and currently it's dry and sunny but with a large bank of Cu and Cb on the western and north western horizon.

 

At 0900;

Temp; 2.1c

24 hr max; 5.6c

24 hr min; 1.4c

Grass min; -1.9c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0900; 4.8 mm

Mean wind speed' 10 mph NW

1 okta Cu and Cb

Vis; 50 km.

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A blustery morning with mod/heavy showers blowing through on an 18mph N/W wind. Gusting 26mph

 

Temp 1.8c

Dp 1.3c

Wind Chill -1.4c

Rain today 2.8mm

Edited by Polar Maritime

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rain and cloud first half then clearing to no cloud around dawn now 2-3/8 CuSc with some largish Cu tops visible, a low of 2.9C, no ground frost

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7.7°C

1013.4 hPa rising 1.5 hPa/hr

Wind 5.4 mph gusting 19.0 mph max NW

DP 5.7°C

Humidity 87%

0.6mm rain last 24 hours

Cloud base 836 ft

 

Bright, cooler and sunny - lovely!

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Saturday 11th January 2014:

 

Light rain died out well before midnight, mainly cloudy, a clearance arriving around 04:00 GMT allowing a ground frost to develop. At observation, clear spells, ground frost, light rain shower falling.

 

Readings at 09:00 GMT:

 

Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday: 7.4°C

Minimum temperature overnight 1.3°C

24-hour maximum 7.4°C

24-hour minimum: 1.3°C

Minimum temperature on grass: -2.5°C

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 16.3mph SW

Rainfall total: 3.6mm

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

3 Oktas Stratocumulus, Cumulus congestus.

Visibility: good about 10 miles.

Temperature: 1.8°C

Humidity: 96.3%

Dew point 1.3°C

 

Wind Direction: Force 1 SW

Barometer 1017.0mb: Trend: rising.

 

Yesterday:

 

Clear spells overnight, widespread ground frost. Clear spells this morning though sun obscured by high cloud. Ground frost. Haze. Hazy sunny spells developed through the morning. The late afternoon saw the cloud thicken hiding the sun. Light rain arrived through the evening. 

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Early morning showers a brought a mixture rain sleet and Snow high up to places like Fox House. Snow heavy enough to briefly cover the road in parts. Walking in peak district and light showers with the odd bit of sleet carried on before dying out at 11 O'clock. So far a rare day which can be actually called cold

Temp 4.4C

barometer 1017mb rising

Wind F3 W

Rainfall 1.2mm

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An update to our stevenson screen journey. We are almost there now. The final bits and pieces are coming together. Today the solar panel for the inside fan was fitted and it was sprayed white for the extra protection from the sun and elements. This little box has really come a long way in its journey. Anyone could buy a stevenson screen, but its been great fun to build one and the satisfactions seeing it come together is great. . . . . Check out its latest update here . . . http://www.westonweather.co.uk/phpbb/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=18

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Greenock
 
Weather Conditions Clear and Sunny
Temp 5c
Wind 6mph West
DewPoint 3c
Humidity 86%
Pressure 1015mb Rising
Visibility 10 Miles

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After early showers this morning a sunny afternoon winds easing down. Oh a rare cold day by the way.

Max Temp 4.9C now 4.1C

Barometer 1017mb rising

Wind F2 SSW

Rainfall 1.2mm

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Clear spells and a ground frost last night.

Sunny periods, DRY with a light NW breeze today.

Clear and frosty this early evening.

 

Min +0.3c @ 0730

Max 6.1c @ 1400

Rain yesterday 3.1mm

Dry today since 0900

Est sun 5 hours

Max wind NW 15mph @ 1037

 

Currently Heading for the coldest night since November (-7c), clear, calm, frosty.

-1.4c/ 94%/ 1022mbar steady

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A few showers of rain and sleet first thing this morning but becoming dry by 1000 with increasing amounts of sunshine during the afternoon as the Cu and Sc gradually dispersed.

The lowest maximum of the winter so far providing the temperature doesn't unexpectedly rise later in the night.

 

At 1800;

Temp; 2.0c

Max' today; 3.3c

Min' last night; 1.4c

Grass min; -1.9c.

Rainfall from 0900-1800; 0.2 mm

Sunshine today; 3.95 hrs

Mean wind speed; 8 mph W

Highest gust today; 34 mph NW at 1205

2 oktas Ci and Ac

Vis; 80 km.

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A cold night min 2 deg giving a groundfrost then a shower of rain giving some sleet/snowflakes briefly.The rain cleared leaving a nice sunny cold day ,max 3 deg.

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Dry and sunny all day. Maximum 8.2, minimum 3.7. Wind light W.

Yesterday: dry in the morning with sunny spells after a cold start with a hard frost; showers in the afternoon merging into a spell of light rain in the evening. Maximum 10.2, minimum -0.5. Wind light SW.

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Greenock
 
Weather Conditions Partly Cloudy Dry
Temp 2c
Wind 3mph North
DewPoint 1c
Humidity 93%
Pressure 1020mb Rising
Visibility 10 Miles

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