Jump to content

Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

SteveB

Sunday 1st March General Weather Chat

Recommended Posts

Dry sunny start

 

Temp 7.0c

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

A touch of small Cu and Ci. Temp 8.0C, wind WNW 18mph. Min 7.0C and Tg 6C

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Fairly cloudy with CuSc and breezy, dry and a low of 6.9C

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Sunday 01st March 2015

 

Overnight, windy, staying dry here, some cloud breaks through the early hours. Sunny spells this morning, breezy, cloud increasing.

 

Readings at 09:00 GMT:

 

Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday: 11.0°C

Minimum temperature overnight 5.7°C

24-hour maximum 11.0°C

24-hour minimum: 5.7°C

Minimum temperature on grass: 4.0°C

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 29.3mph W

Rainfall total: 0.6mm

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

6 Oktas Stratocumulus.

Visibility: good around 10 miles.

Temperature: 6.5°C

Humidity: 70.5%

Dew point 1.5°C

Wind Direction: Force 5 W

Barometer 997.9mb: Trend: rising.

 

Yesterday.

 

Turning mostly cloudy overnight, some drizzle towards dawn. At observation, overcast, light rain and drizzle. Further light rain and drizzle for a time, brightening up towards lunch allowing a little sunshine before cloud increased to overcast by early to mid afternoon, mild.

 

February 2015:

 

Mean temperature: 3.5c (-0.8c) of Stanton average) (-0.7c) (of local average)

Maximum temperature: 11.0c on the 28th.

Minimum temperature: -3.7c on the 2nd

Grass Minimum: -7.6c on the 2nd

Rainfall 35.0mm

Wettest 24 hours = 7.1mm on the 22nd.

Maximum wind gust: 35.6 mph W on the 24th.

 

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 89.5mm

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

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

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Yesterday evening's rain soon cleared away to leave the rest of night dry with clear periods and with a near gale force W wind during the early hours.

Currently it's dry with long spells of sunshine and steadily building Cu.

 

At 0900.

Temp; 5.0c

24 hr max; 8.2c

24 hr min; 3.5c

Grass min; 0.6c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0900; 2.8 mm

Mean wind speed; 26 mph W

1 okta Cu and Cu humilis

Vis; over 80 km.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

A dry and sunny start to spring though windy

 

current temp 5.1c

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

A dry and sunny start to spring though windy

 

current temp 5.1c

 

Much the same here, 5.9ºC and feeling chilly in the breeze when I had the dogs out up at the woods earlier. Looks lovely sitting in the house with a cuppa looking out but brrrrrr.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Temp 6.6C (Dew point 2.7C).

Sunny but windy, Force 6, regular gusts over 40mph with maximum of 51mph at 02.06.

Pressure now rising slowly at 990.45hPa. (+0.47hPa/hr)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Odd light shower breezy sunny spells.

Temp 7.1C

Barometer 992mb rising

Wind F5 WSW

Rainfall 0.2mm

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

ANOTHER POLAR LOW

 

Hi all

 

You probably remember the polar low forum at the end of January that went 'viral' on that night.  The interest then was in how much snow people would get and the low track in a general N-NW flow.  Well look at the satellite images for today and the observations over Ireland. Another polar low is tracking east, just leaving the Dublin area as I speak. Looks set to give a good dump over the Peak district this afternoon, though many places will see just rain/sleet.  Just goes to show how common these features are. Any old unstable airmass to depth will do, with a bit of PVA at height, just like today.

The models have picked this up quite well over the last 12h or so, especially Euro4, latching onto the differential wind flow at height, and developing the feature.

Don't know quite where to post this but I'll also post it in the model section as I have mentioned the model output above.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Having peaked at 8c the temperature has dropped like a stone since the rain arrived down to 2.5c now

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

After a pleasant but breezy morning with isolated light showers the afternoon became wet with rain and sleet at times dying out around 4ish.

Max temp 7.6C now 3.7C

Barometer 987mb

Wind F4 SW

Rainfall 4.2mm

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Dry sunny start, giving way to showers later

 

Temp 6.9c

Max Temp 11.4c

Min Temp 6.0c

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Dry and windy with sunny periods until around 4pm, then a prolonged heavy squally shower (no doubt the one spotted by Flash Bang).  Clear again by sunset.  Maximum 11.9, minimum 6.8.  Wind fresh W.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

A sunny start to the morning, the sunshine reduced to sunny intervals after 1030 as Cu developed and spread. A dry start to the afternoon with a few sunny intervals but showers arrived from the west by 1300, turning to sleet for 20 minutes or so from 1500 before moving away.

Further moderate-heavy showers of sleet, then snow, from 1650 until about 1730 and with one flash of lightning and a rumble of thunder at 1715.

 

At 1800.

Temp; 1.4c

 Max' today; 6.6c

Min' last night; 3.5c

Grass min; 0.6c

Rainfall from 0900-1800; 5.9 mm

Sunshine today; 2.25 hrs

Mean wind speed; 27 mph W

HIghest gust today; 56 mph W at 0148

8 oktas St and Sc

Vis; 65 km

Ground 75% covered with 0.3cm of snow

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Some light showers with short spells of hail in the afternoon with a good snow shower just now trying to stick windy.Max 6 deg,min last night 3 deg.Currently 1 deg

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.

  • Weather forecasting concerns as number of aircraft observations plummet

    Changes in the weather world as observations reduce from aircraft and on land in the time of global pandemic. Less initial data to input into the computer models. AMDAR AIREP Read more here

    Jo Farrow
    Jo Farrow
    Latest weather updates from Netweather 1

    Michael Fish: 21c this weekend? But windy with it

    Michael Fish brings us his latest weekly forecast, looking ahead to a warm weekend with highs up to 21c possible. Next week sees one or two swings in temperature and some rain at times, but there'll be plenty of mild, often sunny weather on offer. Watch the video here

    Netweather forecasts
    Netweather forecasts
    Latest weather updates from Netweather
  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

×
×
  • Create New...