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Saturday 14th February General Weather Chat

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Morning all,

 

Dry cloudy start

 

Temp 4.7c

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Dull, damp but no actual rain with a low in the early hours of 2.2C now on 5.2C, too wet everywhere for there to have been any ground frost early on.

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Saturday 14th February 2015

 

Cloudy overnight with a little light rain. Overcast and damp underfoot this morning.

 

Readings at 09:00 GMT:

 

Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday: 8.5°C

Minimum temperature overnight 4.3°C

24-hour maximum 8.5°C

24-hour minimum: 4.3°C

Minimum temperature on grass: 2.3°C

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 24.6mph SE

Rainfall total: 2.3mm

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

8 Oktas Stratus.

Visibility: poor, < 1 mile.

Temperature: 5.7°C

Humidity: 96.9%

Dew point 5.2°C

Wind Direction: Force 4 E

Barometer 1002.9mb: Trend: rising.

 

Yesterday.

 

The odd cloud break last night allowed fro a touch of ground frost to develop. This morning has been overcast, breezy, hazy. Cloudy through the morning with a spell of light rain setting in before lunch, this continuing intermittently through the afternoon. The late afternoon saw a brief clearance spread from the south before further light rain arrived by early evening. Milder than of late.

 

February 2015 so far:

 

Mean temperature: 1.1c (-3.2c) of Stanton average) (-3.4c) (of local average)

Maximum temperature: 8.5c on the 13th.

Minimum temperature: -3.7c on the 2nd

Grass Minimum: -7.6c on the 2nd

Rainfall 4.1mm

Wettest 24 hours = 2.3mm on the 13th.

Maximum wind gust: 23.3 mph NNW on the 1st.

 

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 56.3mm

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

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

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A cloudy night with intermittent, mainly light, rain. Thick fog developed around 0300 and has persisted since.

 

At 0900.

Temp; 4.0c

24 hr max; 5.7c

24 hr min; 2.8c

Grass min; 2.7c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0900; 5.4 mm

Mean wind speed; 13 mph NE

Sky obscured by fog

Vis; 60 m

All remaining snow patches visible from here have thawed, at least I think they have as I peer through the fog.

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Dull fog now lifted but an uninspiring day so far

Temp 6.1C

Barometer 1002mb rising

Wind F2 NE

Rainfall 0.6mm

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Generally cloudy with sunny intervals in the morning and patchy light rain in the afternoon.  Maximum 7.8, minimum 4.5.  Wind light E.

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Showery start, clearing to brighter spells

 

Temp 7.7c

Max Temp 9.3c

Min Temp 0.0c

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Thick fog lifted by 1030 to leave the rest of the morning dry and cloudy. Light showers during the early afternoon then dry and cloudy again after 1500.

 

At 1800.

Temp; 5.2c

Max' today; 5.4c

Min' last night; 2.8c

Grass min; 2.7c

Rainfall from 0900-1800; 0.2 mm

Sunshine today; 0.00 hrs

Mean wind speed; 9 mph E

Highest gust today; 21 mph NE at 0858

8 oktas St

Vis; 5 km.

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One or two showers and a dull day although a brief brighter spell in the late afternoon

Max temp 6.9C now 5.9C

Barometer 1005mb rising

Wind E F2

Rainfall 1.2mm

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Greenock 14th February Summary

 

Highest Temperature 9c

Lowest Temperature 5c

 

Top Wind Speed 11mph

Average Humidity 88%

Pressure 1007mb

Visibilty Mostly good

Weather Conditions Cloudy and dry all day with mist.

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