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  A cloudy and cold start to the day with PPN slowly moving down from the north. Temp is 1.6c.

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A surprise wet start with light rain and the thaw continued overnight. Not a cold start to the day with temps above normal although the wind chill is significant.

Temp 2C

Barometer 977 mb rising

Wind F4 N

Rainfall 2.8mm

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Dry partly cloudy start

 

Temp 5.0c

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Windy with a wintry mix of rain, hail and sleet.

 

Temp: 2.4C

Dew: 1.6C

Wind Chill: -4C

Wind: NNW @ 26kts

Max gust last hr: 46kts

Max gust today: 47kts

Rainfall today: 2.6mm

Pressure: 979.5hPa (rising)

Humidity: 94%

Cloud: 7/8

Visibility: moderate to good, poor in showers.

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A cold night with a few snow showers giving an extra 2/3cm, A low temp of 0.6c. A slight thaw of snow now around 4inch.

 

Currently; Cloudy with a cold wind.

Temp 2.2c

Wind Chill -1.8c

Dp 0.3c

Wind N/N/E 8mph

Snow Cover 100% 

Edited by Polar Maritime

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Saturday 31st January 2015

 

Mostly cloudy overnight, intermittent light rain and sleet. At observation, mostly cloudy, more broken cloud spreading from the NW. Slow thaw of lying snow,1.0cm Aprox 50% cover.

 

Readings at 09:00 GMT:

 

Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday: 4.5°C

Minimum temperature overnight 0.8°C

24-hour maximum 4.5°C

24-hour minimum: 0.1°C

Minimum temperature on grass: -1.1°C

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 17.5 mph NW

Rainfall total: 2.2mm

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

7 Oktas Stratus.

Visibility: good, around 10 miles.

Temperature: 2.0°C

Humidity: 94.5%

Dew point 1.2°C

Wind Direction: Force 4 NW

Barometer 982.3mb: Trend: rising slowly.

 

Yesterday.

 

Cloudy overnight with a period of moderate snow through the early hours producing a covering of around 3.5cm 100% A few cloud breaks this morning, overcast again towards observation. A slow thaw set in through the day, sunny spells. A moderate sleet shower early evening.

 

January 2015 so far:

 

Mean temperature: 4.0c (-0.3c) of Stanton average) (0.3c) (of local average)

Maximum temperature: 15.0c on the 9th..local record.

Minimum temperature: -3.7c on the 19th

Grass Minimum: -7.0c on the 19th

Rainfall 54.5mm

Wettest 24 hours = 13.3mm on the 29th.

Maximum wind gust: 42.5 mph W on the 9th.

 

2015 so far:

 

Maximum temperature: 15.0c on the 9th January

Minimum temperature: -3.7c on the 19th January

Grass Minimum: -7.0c on the 19th January.

Rainfall 54.5mm

Wettest 24 hours = 13.3mm on the 29th January.

Maximum wind gust: 42.5 mph W on the 9th January.

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Snow showers overnight gave another 3.5cm but a slow thaw set in before observation time. Since 0900 it's been dry with sunny intervals and a slow thaw. Current temp' is 2.7c

 

At 0900.

Temp; 1.4c

24 hr max; 2.7c

24 hr min; -0.3c

Grass ( snow ) min; -2.4c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0900; 2.3 mm

Mean wind speed; 25 mph NW/N

7 oktas Ac; As and St

Vis; 15 km

Distant precipitation to the east and south east

Mean depth of lying snow; 16.8cm. 100% cover.

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  Heavy snow earlier this morning left a dusting, before it eventually turned back to rain. Currently cloudy with light rain.

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Another fast thaw all thanks to the strong wind and cloudcover temp 3.2c wind N/NW an extra covering of an inch first thing.

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Earlier light rain as now ceased breezy cold and cloudy steady thaw but wet sheet ice treacherous under foot

Temp 3.8C high so far 4.1C

Barometer 982mb rising

Wind F4 NNW

Rainfall 1.6mm (actual measurement)

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Most boring winter weather (without even exaggerating) possibly approaching by later next week. That being mild days, chilli nights, very dry conditions and calm winds. Honestly, I don't see much improvement on last winter; very limited snow (in England) and scattered, temperatures always freeze-thaw meaning hardly cold enough in the day for snow to settle, and when it is cold, the snow doesn't even fall. I haven't had any lying snow this winter, and that polar low was a huge let down. Anyways, hopefully this isn't the outcome.

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Dry day with good sunny spells

 

Temp 5.4c

Max Temp 7.8c

Min Temp 3.4c

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Most boring winter weather (without even exaggerating) possibly approaching by later next week. That being mild days, chilli nights, very dry conditions and calm winds. Honestly, I don't see much improvement on last winter; very limited snow (in England) and scattered, temperatures always freeze-thaw meaning hardly cold enough in the day for snow to settle, and when it is cold, the snow doesn't even fall. I haven't had any lying snow this winter, and that polar low was a huge let down. Anyways, hopefully this isn't the outcome.

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The SE will be favourite for snow showers as we pull in a cold NE-ly for a time.

Its much better to last winter,who wants floods.

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A dry and chilly day with sunny intervals and a slow thaw. Cloud cleared towards sunset and the snow froze.

 

At 1800

Temp; 0.9c

Max' today; 2.5c

Min' last night; -0.3c

Grass ( snow ) min; -2.4c

Rainfall from 0900-1800; 0.0 mm

Sunshine today; 1.80 hrs

Mean wind speed; 28 mph NW

Highest gust today; 45 mph NW at 1223

2 oktas Ac and Cu

Vis; over 80 km.

Mean depth of lying snow; 11.6cm. 100% cover.

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Got around 20% snowcover maybe more hard to say exact did have an extra inch first thing,currently very windy and patchy cloud at 1.7c temps are not dropping in this wind.

Max today 4c

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A cold day windy at times,some sunshine,max 3 deg,min -1 deg a little patchy snow with full cover at 250m

Edited by hillbilly

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Arrived home at 3am, thanks to a snowstorm at Geneva, even the train from Bern to Geneva via Lausanne had to slow down. Not often I have seen snow lying in the lower vineyards there, the train down to about 25mph at times east of Fribourg.

Plenty of snow of the Peak Distriuct, had to use to Woodhead, road clear but plenty on the sides, and snow/sleet showers here this morning with patches on roofs and garden. Looking at local data and my own that is 5 perhaps 7 days with snow this month and 3 lying so a bit different to last years?

Max 5.2C and Min 0.5C prior to the showers.

Edited by johnholmes

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Greenock 31st January Summary

 

Highest Temperature 5c

Lowest Temperature 2c

 

Top Wind Speed 29mph

Average Humidity 75%

Pressure 992mb

Visibilty Good

Weather Conditions Partly cloudy with sunshine all day.

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Heavy and prolonged snow showers this morning, sunny interval just now.

 

Temp: 0.4C

Dew: -0.3C

Wind Chill: -6.7C

Wind: NNW @ 17kts

Pressure: 997.7hPa

Humidity:95%

Snow fall today 1-2 inches

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