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Wednesday 11th March General Weather Chat

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A dry but cold start to the day with clear skies

Temp 1.4C

Barometer 1024mb rising

Wind F2 SSW

Rainfall Nil

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Dry cloudy start

 

Temp 7.3c

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dry, sunny (no cloud) no wind, still a white frost but now only ground after an air frost earlier with a low of -0.7C, currently on 0.7C

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Cloudy with mainly St but medium cloud above. Temp 8.2C, wind SE 15mph. Min 6.5C and Tg 5C.

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A dry and clear night and a sunny start to this morning. A line of Cs is slowly moving in on the western horizon and the S/SEwind has increased noticeably in the last hour and a half.

 

At 0900.

Temp; 3.8c

24 hr max; 8.5c

24 hr min; 0.4c

Grass min; -3.6c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0900; 0.0 mm

Mean wind speed; 20 mph S/SE

2 oktas Ci and Cs

Vis; 50 km.

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Wednesday 11th March 2015

 

Clear spells overnight, with temperatures up and down ranging from near freezing to around 3.0c as the SE wind increased at times to around force 3, widespread ground frost. Sunny spells so far this morning, high cloud increasing. Frost melted.

 

Readings at 09:00 GMT:

 

Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday: 11.8°C

Minimum temperature overnight 0.4°C

24-hour maximum 11.8°C

24-hour minimum: 0.4°C

Minimum temperature on grass: -3.5°C

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 20.6mph S

Rainfall total: 0.0mm

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

3 Oktas Cirrostratus, Cirrus.

Visibility: good around 10 miles.

Temperature: 4.9°C

Humidity: 77.7%

Dew point 1.3°C

Wind Direction: Force 4 SSE

Barometer 10326.5mb: Trend: falling.

 

Yesterday.

 

Clear spells developing overnight, ground frost. Sunny sp far this morning, frost melting. A good deal of spring like sunshine, feeling pleasant, light wind. 

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Rain has arrived as expected along with some gusty winds

 

current temp 8.3c

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A couple of hours of rain has cleared through with the sky starting to clear now allowing to late afternoon sunshine to break through

 

currently 7.5c

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After a cold start turning mild sunny spells then some light rain in the afternoon

Max temp 10.3C now 9.3C

Barometer 1020mb rising

Wind F3 SW

Rainfall 1mm

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A sunny start to the day. Clouding over by late morning and then a cloudy afternoon with intermittent light rain and drizzle.

 

At 1800.

Temp; 8.0c

Max' today; 8.4c

Min' last night; 0.4c

Grass min; -3.6c

Rainfall from 0900-1800; 0.6 mm

Sunshine today; 3.51 hrs

Mean wind speed; 15 mph SW

Highest gust today; 39 mph SE at 1142

8 oktas St

Vis; 3 km

Continuous light-moderate drizzle.

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Dry with sunny intervals, gradually clouding over during the day. The expected rain failed to materialise. Maximum 12.2, minimum 3.0. Wind light SW.

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A frosty start becoming sunny before light rain came drying later in the afternoon,breezy at times,max 8 deg,min -1 deg

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