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Morning all.

 

7/8 Sc, Temp 7C with a SE wind 20mph gusting 34.

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a lovely orange-red sunrise as the sun shone through various upper cloud layers, white frost and the low so far at -1.9CC, 

the first one this year and only the 3rd one this winter.

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Wow first air frost of the winter. Lovely start to the day.

Temp -0.9C min -1.9C

Barometer 1020mb rising

Wind F1 Variable

Rainfall Nil

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6.6°C

1016.3 hPa falling 0.6 hPa/hr

Wind 11/0 mph gusting 23.3 mph max S/SE

DP 4.3°C

Humidity 85%

No rain last 24 hours

Cloud base 965 ft

 

Bright but chilly

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A mainly clear night and the coldest of the winter so far.

Currently it's dry with hazy sunshine and large amounts of Ci and Cs.

 

At 0900;

Temp; -0.4c

24 hr max; 3.3c

24 h min; -1.0c

Grass min; -5.1c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0900; 0.2 mm

Mean wind speed; 13 mph SE/S

7 oktas Ci, Cs and Ac

Vis; 20 km.

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Sunday 12th January 2014:

 

Clear overnight with a widespread frost. Low -1.5c with -6.8c on the grass. This morning partly cloudy, temperature rising slowly.

 

Readings at 09:00 GMT:

 

Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday: 6.7°C

Minimum temperature overnight -1.5°C

24-hour maximum 6.7°C

24-hour minimum: -1.5°C

Minimum temperature on grass: -6.8°C

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 21mph WSW

Rainfall total: tr.mm

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

4 Oktas Cirrostratus, Altocumulus.

Visibility: moderate about 6 miles.

Temperature: 0.0°C

Humidity: 96.2%

Dew point -0.5°C

 

Wind Direction: Force 3 E

Barometer 1018.6mb: Trend: falling.

 

Yesterday:

 

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. Sunny spells through the day with varying amounts of cloud, no further showers noted.

Edited by Polar Continental

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Dry cool cloudy start

 

Temp 4.0c

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And so the Stevensons Screen journey comes to an end this morning, as everything is now completed, and its standing proud on its perch in the garden. Like i have said before, anyone can buy a screen, but you get an enormous amount of satisfaction knowing that you (i) built that. Every morning now when i look out side and see it, i think to myself . .. i made that! For the grand total of about £60, I have managed to build this with very little effort. It looks the part, and so far does its job well. Here is the latest, and final installment of the DIY Stevensons Screen journey. Thanks for following, please feel free to comment. 

http://www.westonweather.co.uk/phpbb/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=18

   

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Greenock
 
Weather Conditions Clear and Sunny
Temp 3c
Wind 11mph East
DewPoint 0c
Humidity 80%
Pressure 1012mb Falling
Visibility 10 Miles

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After a pleasant start albeit cold it was a deteriorating day becoming dark and gloomy in the afternoon with light drizzle. A rather depressing end to the day.

Max temp 3.9C now 3.6C

Wind F2 S

Barometer 1008mb falling

Rainfall 0.2mm

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Mostly clear overnight with the first air frost of the winter. It was cloudier by dawn with sunny spells in the morning before turning overcast during the afternoon. A cool day with a max of 5.2C but gradually turning milder now as the front approaches.

 

Max Temp: 5.2C

Min Temp: -1.2C

Mean Wind: 8mph SE

Max Gust: 17mph

Sunshine: 2.7hrs

Rainfall: 0.2mm (dew)

 

Currently 5.2C and overcast with a strengthening wind.

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Mostly dry day giving way to rain later

 

Temp 9.1c

Max Temp 9.1c

Min Temp -0.2c

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A cold start with freezing fog low of -3 deg The day becoming clearer but cold ,max 1 deg,this evening cloudier and now 2 deg with light rain.May have some snow on the tops in morning?

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A dry morning with increasing high and medium level cloud after a bright and frosty start. The cloud continued to thicken and lower during the afternoon, eventually bringing thick hill fog and drizzle from about 1500.

 

At 1800;

Temp; 3.0c

Max' today; 3.0c

Min' last night; -1.0c

Grass min; -5.1c

Rainfall from 0900-1800; 0.4 mm

Sunshine today; 0.78 hrs

Mean wind speed; 21 mph SE

Highest gust today; 37 mph SE at 1643

Sky obscured by fog

Intermittent light rain

Vis; 25 mts.

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Greenock
 
Weather Conditions Partly Cloudy Showers
Temp 2c
Wind 12mph North East
DewPoint 1c
Humidity 93%
Pressure 1000mb Falling
Visibility 5 Miles

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Clear spells and frost last night, lifting by dawn.

Mostly cloudy today, sunny intervals midday. Spells of light rain and drizzle 1400 to 2015, heavy bursts later. Freshening SE to south wind, veered SW this evening and moderated. Clearing skies recently. 

 

Min -2.5c yesterday evening

Max 8.5c @ 1900

Rain yesterday 0.1mm

Rain since 0900 today 5mm

Est sun 0.7 hours

Max wind South 31mph @ 1205

 

Currently Clear

3.5c/ 96%/ 1005mbar rising slowly

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Dry and sunny in the morning after a frosty start. Clouded over in the afternoon with heavy bursts of rain by early evening. Maximum 8.6, minimum -2.0. Wind moderate SW.

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