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Another mild start to the day with a moderate SW breeze but dry

Temp 4.1C

Barometer 1007mb falling

Wind F4 SSW

Rainfall Nil

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Showery start

 

Temp 6.1c

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Thursday 23rd January 2014:

 

Light showers eventually cleared last night, some cloud breaks following allowing a slight ground frost. More light showers moved in to the area before dawn. At observation, rather cloudy, wet underfoot.

 

Readings at 09:00 GMT:

 

Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday: 9.0°C

Minimum temperature overnight 2.2°C

24-hour maximum 9.0°C

24-hour minimum: 2.2°C

Minimum temperature on grass: -2.5°C

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 19.1mph SE

Rainfall total: 1.5mm

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

5 Oktas Stratus fractus, Cumulus congestus.

Visibility: moderate to good, 8-10 miles.

Temperature: 3.6°C

Humidity: 98.3%

Dew point 3.4°C

 

Wind Direction: Force 2 WSW

Barometer 1008.3mb: Trend: falling

 

Yesterday:

 

Rain moderate at times last night, continuing through to the early hours. The rain died out before dawn. At observation, cloudy, some brighter patches appearing. Damp underfoot. Bright and sunny spells developed through the morning continuing in to the afternoon, enough cloud around also to produce scatted light showers, these continuing well in to the evening.

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6.6°C

1012.3 hPa steady]

Wind 4.7 mph gusting 14.0 mph max SW

DP 6.3°C

Humidity 98%

0.2mm rain last 24 hours

Cloud base 479 ft

 

Sunny but starting to cloud over

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Light showers early yesterday evening soon cleared and the night was dry with clear intervals. Further showers moved in from the west early this morning falling as sleet initially, then rain, and ending with wet snow around 0930.

Since then there have been sunny intervals and, since 1200, light-moderate showers of wet snow.

 

At 0900;

Temp; 2.9c

24 hr max; 5.6c

24hr min; 1.8c

Grass min; -0.1c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0900; 1.8 mm

Mean wind speed; 16 mph SW

7 oktas Cu, Ac and St

Light rain shower

Vis; 12 km.

Edited by Terminal Moraine

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Snow falling in the showers up here was 5c earlier but shower started with hail wind gusted and turned to snow chunky wet flakes with hail too....had decent covering for half an hour until sun melted it but gusty wind has stayed and its baltic out there 2.5c gusting 30-35mph....brrrrr time to make a fire for tonight....

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This morning heavy showers, hail strong winds didn't materialise.  However there was a heavy shower this mid afternoon which gave some sleet.

Max Temp 6.3C so just below normal now 4.3C

barometer 1009mb rising

Wind f4 WNW

Rainfall 4.2mm

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Wet start drying out later

 

Temp 6.9c

Max Temp 8.6c

Min Temp 5.1c

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A few spots of rain early morning, then a dry and breezy day with sunny spells.  Maximum 9.3, minimum 1.5.  Wind moderate W.

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A clear evening currently with a temperature of 2.7c . Thick cloud out west ready to roll in soon. Wind 5mph NW

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Heavy  showers of sleet, wet snow and small hail this afternoon with thunder heard twice between 1410 and 1420. Sunny intervals between the showers but another heavy and squally shower of small hail, then snow, shortly after 1800 gave a coverning of 1cm by 1840; this has now frozen.

 

At 1800;

Temp; 3.1c

Max' today; 5.2c

Min last night; 1.8c

Grass min; -0.1c

Rainfall from 0900-1800; 3.1 mm

Sunshine today; 2.51 hrs

Mean wind speed; 29 mph W ( gusting 48 as the shower approached )

Highest gust today; 54 mph W at 1437

8 oktas Ns and Cb

Vis; 9 km.

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Clear intervals and ground frost early last night, then occasional showers some quite heavy which lasted to mid morning. Bright intervals though the extensive cloud morning, a cloudy afternoon. Moderate to fresh westerly made it feel cold.

 

Min 1.4c @ 0100

Max 6.6c @ 1200

Rain yesterday 7.0mm

Rain since 0900 Trace

Est sun 0.1 hours

Max wind NW 25mph @ 0930

 

Currently Cloudy, dry

5.6c/ 86%/ 1016mbar steady

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Edited by TonyH

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A cold start with showers,brightening to give sunshine before clouding to give showers with a hail covering at tea with thunder [a snow covering just a few miles away I am told]

min last night 2 deg

max today 4 deg

currently 0 deg

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After a dry sunny start,showers moved in from the west,starting off with rain and hail.We then had two heavy showers around 6pm which quickly turned to snow and left a slushy covering on car roofs,wheelie bins etc.So first snow of the season here,all frozen now under clear skies.

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