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Sunday 8th February General Weather Chat

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A funny night with the max temp occurring after midnight. A dry start with high level cloud.

Yesterdays max 4.7C now 2.2C and falling

Barometer 1036mb rising

Wind F2 N

Rainfall Nil

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A slight ground frost with the low now at 1.4C, no wind and half cover of Ci and Contrails with the odd patch of Sc

update to show Min as 1.2C at 0814

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A white frost with a min of -1.7c looks like a sunny day coming up.

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Sunday 08th February 2015

 

Clear spells overnight, widespread moderate frost. At observation, hazy sunshine, frost.

 

Readings at 09:00 GMT:

 

Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday: 3.8°C

Minimum temperature overnight -3.0°C

24-hour maximum 3.8°C

24-hour minimum: -3.0°C

Minimum temperature on grass: -6.6°C

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 8.3 mph NNW

Rainfall total: 0.0mm

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

3 Oktas Cirrostratus, Altostratus, Cirrocumulus.

Visibility: poor to moderate, around 4 miles.

Temperature: -2.0°C

Humidity: 97.9%

Dew point -2.3°C

Wind Direction: Force 1 NW

Barometer 1040.6mb: Trend: rising slowly

 

Yesterday.

 

Clear spells for a time last night, turning cloudy through the early hours. The morning do far has been overcast, dull. Frost lifting. Cloudy and dry for the rest of the day. The early evening saw cloud thinning allowing for a quickly developing ground frost.

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Dry foggy start

 

Temp 1.3c

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24 hrs. to 0900:

-0.1c Min.temp.

5.7c Max.temp.

Rainfall: nil

Currently 3.6c

1037 Mb. falling slowly

Wind 3 mph SW

Bright and sunny

Level snow depth: 8.0 cm

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Wall to wall sunshine no breeze, a very pleasant late winters day coming up again today following yesterdays wall to wall sunshine

 

1.4c currently with a high of around 8c likely by this afternoon

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A dry and mainly clear night. An increasing NW breeze yesterday evening ( gusting 28 mph at 0115 )  accompanied by a rise in temperature with the maximum of 3.7c reached shortly after midnight . Despite the rise in temperature the dew point remained low and the snow cover was frozen hard.

Dry and sunny at the moment with thin Ci.

 

At 0900.

Temp; 2.1c

24 hr max'; 3.7c

24 hr min; 1.1c

Overnight min; 1.2c

Grass ( snow ) min; -0.6c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0900; 0.0 mm

Mean wind speed; 9 mph NW

2 oktas Ci and Ac

Vis; over 80 km

Mean depth of lying snow. 5.7cm. 70% cover

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A dry sunny mild day after an ground frost. despite the high temperatures snow patches have remained in the garden and moors have retained their wintry look.

Max temp 9.4C now 4.9C falling rapidly

Barometer 1033mb falling

Wind F2 WSW

Rainfall Nil

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Well what a lovely spring like day, very little cloud, not much breeze and a high of 10.9C, the highest since the unusually high values in the first 2 weeks of January, the highest last one being 11.8C on the 12th January.

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Been at or close to freezing all day here, under a fairly dense bank of fog. A mate posted a picture Facebook, looks like an inversion as above was clear as a bell. Cleared out a little 3 ish and temp rose a tad, but still not the day to wash your car! Temps dropped back now. Tarn Hows (google it if you don't know of it!) is frozen over solid, not thick enough to walk on, but still very atmospheric! 

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A frosty start giving a nice and sunny day with a breeze picking up later,max 4 deg,min -1 deg.No snow left here patchy cover above250m

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Mainly overcast and dreich with light rain or drizzle.

 

Temp: 6.7C

Dew: 5.5C

Todays max: 7.1C

Wind: W @ 16 kts

Max gust last hr: 32 kts

Max gust today: 38.3 kts

Rainfall today: 0.2mm

Pressure: 1025.2hPa (falling)

Humidity: 92 %

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A dry and sunny day with the snow cover showing remarkable persistence despite a maximum of 6.7c. The wind strengthened from the north west during mid-afternoon and there was a rapid fall in temperature, from 6.7c at 1356 to 0.1c 3 hours later.

 

At 1800.

Temp; 0.6c

Max' today; 6.7c

Min' last night; 1.2c

Grass ( snow ) min; -0.6c

Rainfall from 0900-1800; 0.0 mm

Sunshine today; 6.60 hrs

Mean wind speed; 19 mph W/NW

Highest gust today; 32 mph W/NW at 1750

1 okta Ac and fragments of Sc

Vis; 30 km.

Mean depth of lying snow. 5.4 cm. 60% cover

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The overcast skies of yesterday broke overnight leaving a clear and sunny day after an early ground frost.

 

Max Temp: 8.4C

Min Temp: 1.0C

Mean Wind: 10mph W

Max Gust: 17mph
Rainfall: None

Sunshine: 7.7hrs

 

Currently clear with a temp of 3.4C and 88% humidity.

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Dry foggy start, clearing to a bright sunny day

 

Temp 5.3c

Max Temp 7.6c

Min Temp -0.3c

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Greenock 8th February Summary

 

Highest Temperature 8c

Lowest Temperature -4c

 

Top Wind Speed 15mph

Average Humidity 85%

Pressure 1039mb

Visibilty Good

Weather Conditions Partly cloudy with sunshine in the morning. Afternoon became more cloudy.

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