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Some Summers have failed to even reach 25c in  the Midlands Bish!

 

Do you have any examples, Tony? Even the some of the recent post-2007 summers have usually managed a few 25c+ days at some point or another, I think?

 

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Do you have any examples, Tony? Even the some of the recent post-2007 summers have usually managed a few 25c+ days at some point or another, I think?

 

Bish

I can't find one for here: the lowest yearly max I can find for Shawbury is 25.8 in 1985.

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I told you. I was right, you did get rain.

No rain here. It went dark but nothing fell.Here's confirmation..post-15177-0-24741800-1404061649_thumb.jIt must be evaporating.post-15177-0-89649000-1404062235_thumb.p Edited by Mapantz

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Weird, never seen that before. Looks quite damp on your patio.

Damp?? It's as dry as a bone!Zoomed in..post-15177-0-81618400-1404062985_thumb.j

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Quite cold night ahead for this time of the year, there's even a chance of a ground frost in prone areas, even in towns and cities down to 6s & 7s.

 

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Do you have any examples, Tony? Even the some of the recent post-2007 summers have usually managed a few 25c+ days at some point or another, I think?

 

Bish

Yes Coventry 1974 from my own records as a 14 year old. At nearby Long Lawford the COL observer Stephen Burt recorded nothing higher than 76f June to August.

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Cool tonight, 5.3c could be ground frost

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Cloudy and a bit of an observers nightmare.  Cs, Ac, Sc and Cu.

 

Temp 12C

 

Wind SSE light

 

1016mb falling

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Min 2.4c

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Really disappointing amount of cloud around this morning, given the forecast and.how clear it was last night. Only the far SW was meant to be affected I thought.

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Broken cloud. 17.oc. Knocked back by S. Easterly breeze..

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Low of 9.1C.

Currently 17.3C with lots of sunshine.

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Nothing especially cold last night, min 8.6cNow 17.8c with a fair bit of high level cloud.

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It was already a warm 16c by 9am, sunny spells 20c.

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While my friend was at the doctors, I popped around the back to have a look at the floodplain- looked gorgeous in the sunshine, so I took a pic on the phone, shame there's a bypass in the background lol

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A lot of convective towers today and black sky to the northwest of here. Definitely some shower activity kicking off across central and southeastern areas too.

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Nice and warm for my birthday today. Sunny spells. Touch wood but hopefully another completely dry birthday!

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Just one of them lovely lazy summer days, Slight breeze, Broken fair weather cloud and temperatures around the 20 c mark :)

 

Posted Image Costa Del Fal & Have a nice day :drinks:

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A definite convergence zone set up early this morning with low cloud/mist moving NW off Salisbury Plain meeting higher level Altocumulus of many varieties moving SE around 08.00 . By 09.00 the low cloud had begun to convect and towers grew with darkening bases providing sharp showers by late morning.

 

The radar around midday-13.00 showed a line of showers stretching from Bristol towards SW London and it's largely remained unmoved all afternoon, although the heaviest have always been towards the Eastern end.

 

Meanwhile here to the South of that line, with a view of towers/showery looking sky to the N/NE, it's cleared up into an afternoon of blue sky, Cirrus and small Cumulus.

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