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Monday 19th January General weather chat

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Clear skies there was an air frost now gone no where as cold as predicted.

Temp 0.2C

Barometer 1014mb falling

Wind F2 NW

Rainfall Nil

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Dry cold start

 

Temp 0.2c

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A cold dry night with a low of -2.5c.


 


Currently; Dry with patchy cloud and feeling cold.


Temp -1.6c


Dp -3.7c


WC -1.8c


Wind E/N/E 4mph

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One or two light snow showers yesterday evening but most of the night was dry and clear.

Dry and mainly clear at the moment but no sunshine due to a bank of cloud to the south east.

 

At 0900.

Temp; -1.8c

24 hr max; 2.7c

24 hr min; -2.8c

Grass min; -7.4c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0900; 0.1 mm

Mean wind speed; 11 mph W/NW

2 oktas Ac and Cu

Vis; over 80 km.

Ground 90% covered with 0.5cm of dry snow.

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24 hrs. to 0900:

-10.5c Min temp

1.5c Max temp

1.6 mm rainfall as snow

Currently -10.5c

1016 Mb. falling slowly

Calm and clear

Level snow depth: 5.0 cm

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Monday 19th January 2015

 

Cloudy for a time last night, cloud clearing away  after midnight allowing a widespread moderate frost to develop.

 

Readings at 09:00 GMT:

 

Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday: 2.2°C

Minimum temperature overnight -3.7°C

24-hour maximum 2.2°C

24-hour minimum: -3.7°C

Minimum temperature on grass: -7.0°C

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 9.6 mph W

Rainfall total: 0.3mm

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

7 Oktas Stratocumulus.

Visibility: good, around 10 miles.

Temperature: -3.5°C

Humidity: 75.3%

Dew point -7.2°C

Wind Direction: Force 0 calm

Barometer 1015.0mb: Trend: steady.

 

Yesterday.

 

Variable cloud overnight, some clear spells, widespread frost. Turning mostly cloudy since dawn with a thin layer of low Stratus. Dry. Sunny spells developing through the morning, further low Stratus drifted in and turning very misty, foggy over hills for an hour or so around noon with a marked drop in temperature. Further sunny spells developing through the afternoon before thicker cloud brought a short spell of light rain and sleet, this clearing before dusk. Feeling cold.

Edited by Polar Continental

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Mostly clear with severe frost.

Overnight low  temp was -4.2c

Current temp -3.1c

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A dry cold day with light winds

Max Temp 2.9C

Barometer 1011mb falling

Wind F2 W

Rainfall nil

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Air frost yesterday evening but clouded over in the early hours and just above freezing by dawn.  Cloudy start, sunny from mid-morning onwards.  Maximum 4.0, minimum -0.6. Wind light W.

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Dry sunny day

 

Temp 1.3c

Max Temp 4.5c

Min Temp -0.5c

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Clear with a hard frost last night, little wind.

Sunny periods to 1330 then a layer of Cs blotted out the sun although with receding blue sky visible to the NE for a few more hours. Very cold, little wind, shade frost and ice lasted all day.

 

Min -7.6c @ 0804

Max 2.1c @ 1323

Rain yesterday 0.2mm

Rain since 0900 today Nil

Est sun 5 hours

Max gust NNE 8mph @ 0020

 

Currently : Clear intervals developing, frosty

-1.8c/ 93%/ 1012mbar falling 

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Edited by TonyH

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Coldest night or rather early morning of the winter with a hard frost of -4.0c did have an extra slight dusting of snow late yesterday.

Sunny and cloud today with it being the coldest day for awhile at 1.9c,light winds.

Snow still in the shade.

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A dry and quite cold day with sunny intervals this morning and a mainly cloudy afternoon.

 

At 1800.

Temp; -1.1c

Max' today; 1.4c

Min' last night; -2.8c

Grass min; -7.4c

Rainfall from 0900-1800; 0.0 mm

Sunshine today; 0.86 hrs

Mean wind speed; 9 mph W

8 oktas Sc

Vis; 25 km

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A frosty start giving a cold day with some sun and a few snow flurries,max 1 deg,min -1deg,a dusting of snow in places with full cover at 200m,3 inch + on high ground

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Greenock 19th January Summary

 

Highest Temperature 0c

Lowest Temperature -5c

 

Top Wind Speed 7mph

Average Humidity 88%

Pressure 1014mb

Visibilty Good

Weather Conditions Clear and sunny with frost and icy conditions all day.

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Cloudy night, clear skies before dawn meant we started the day at -0.8C. Decreasing after sunrise to low of -1.8c. Bright spells thereafter a high of 6.2c by afternoon. Temperatures plummeting after dark, air frost by 4:30pm. Low of -4.4c by 11pm. Rainfall-Nil. 5mph N

Edited by Mark N

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