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A dry but cloudy and cold start with the winds still coming from the NE. A bit more like backend , October/ November really.

Max temp 11.9C

Min temp 9.5C

Wind Gust 19.6mph Nor Nor Easterly

Wind Average 11mph Nor easterly

Barometer 1025mb Steady

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Yet another cloudy and cold start , continuing through the day. There was, however some bright and sunny spells quite late in the afternoon /early evening.

Max Temp 13.8C

Min Temp 7.8C

Wind Gust 15mph Northerly

Wind Average 7mph Nor' Nor' Westerly

Barometer 1021mb Falling

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"kowd this moornin int it" :/

Full cloud cover, gentle northerly, 49.5F, 78% humidity,

18 days until they start becoming shorter, but at least the great tits seem to be finding food for the chicks easily :)

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Have to feel sorry for those spending their half-term holiday on the coast.  Looking at the maximum temperatures from Fylingdales and Loftus Samos the mean maximum temperature for the last 10 days (24 May to 2 June) has been only 10.7C at both stations.  For comparison the mean maximum for the whole of December was 10.5C at Fylingdales and in the 10 day period up to Christmas (16th to 25th Dec) the mean maximum was 11.4C at Fylingdales and 10.9C at Loftus - So It is as cold as Christmas! 

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The day started out much the same as the last 3 days, cloudy, dry and cold winds, but by midday the winds seems to die back some and the temperature was creeping up to 15C by lunchtime. Even that was warmer than the last 3 days!

Max Temp 19.3C

Min Temp 11.7C

Wind Gust 11.5mph Nor' Easterly

Wind Average 5.2mph Nor' Easterly

Barometer 1018mb Falling

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A cloudless sky all day long to give some very nice warm sunshine. This is the first day where the winds have not been coming from the NE

Max Temp 24.6C

Min temp 8.8C

Wind Gust 10.4mph West Sou' Westerly

Wind Average 5.8mph Sou' Easterly

Barometer 1019mb Rising

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A wet morning with some heavy rain, but the afternoon became dry and muggy.

Max temp 17.6C

Min temp 10.3C

Wind Gust 9.2mph East North Easterly

Wind Average 3.4mph North Easterly

Rainfall 1.4mm

Barometer 995mb Steady

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A mostly cloudy morning with a few sunny spells, but the cloud built up by lunchtime. It remained dry up until late afternoon. Also it was feeling quite mild than of late due to a wind direction change.

Max temp 18.2C

Min temp 8.8C

Wind Gust 12mph Sou' Sou' Westerly

Wind Average 6.8mph Sou' Westerly

Rainfall 1mm

Barometer 1015mb Falling

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A warm and muggy start with a light shower just before mid morning. After lunch the cloud started to break up to give some sunny periods into the evening from lunchtime onwards.There was also a stiff breeze from time to time from the south west, but at least we had  some warm sunshine.

Max temp 20.7C

Min temp 15.2C

Wind Gust 12.7mph Sou' Westerly

Wind Average 6.9mph Westerly

Rainfall 0.4mm

Barometer 1008mb Rising

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The day started with no wind, and some warm early morning sunshine. By mid morning the wind had increased and was cloudy. Later afternoon saw some brightness with hints of sun. A dissapointing day considering the hype.

Max temp 22.2C

Min temp 12.6C

Wind Gust 11.5mph Sou' Westerly

Wind Average 7.4mph Sou' Easterly

Barometer 1014mb Falling

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Nice sunny start to the day in Skipton with cloudless skies and light wind. Should reach 21c around here at least today. Generally ,Central Northern England, including the Dales have not done so bad this summer compared to many areas further South. Here for another week in lovely Skipton then rest of the summer in Austrian Alps, hopefully not as hot as last year over there 1

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On 03/06/2016 at 15:10, Chris Martin said:

Have to feel sorry for those spending their half-term holiday on the coast.  Looking at the maximum temperatures from Fylingdales and Loftus Samos the mean maximum temperature for the last 10 days (24 May to 2 June) has been only 10.7C at both stations.  For comparison the mean maximum for the whole of December was 10.5C at Fylingdales and in the 10 day period up to Christmas (16th to 25th Dec) the mean maximum was 11.4C at Fylingdales and 10.9C at Loftus - So It is as cold as Christmas! 

Just saw your post... I know it was a few weeks ago. It seems to have been a cold late spring/early summer on the coast, lots of sea fret, and wet days. There have been days where we have had sea fret and 10C at the coast and 20 miles inland its been fine sunny and 16-18C. around here we always suffer when we have easterly (NE, E, SE) winds at this time of year, North Sea hasnt warmed up. This week we have had more normal weather with westerlies, sunny spells and warmer, and missed the downpours that other parts have had.

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Well we missed out again here, no storm but a very heavy shower around 5-30pm. Looks like Beverley saw a thunderstorm and some heavy rain judging by the radar.

Sky looked threatening, but a damp squib

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On 01/07/2016 at 19:09, The PIT said:

Forecast for Ben Nevis I thought so yes it's right.

I know it can happen on the Scottish peaks i was referring to the talk of lowland snow.

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Thunderstorms over the Pennines later on tonight, with more forecast tomorrow afternoon - isolated on the whole but those who do get one will know about it, with no real focus on prime locations for tomorrows storms.

(Info from Look North)

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Hello? Is it winter yet? :closedeyes:

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1 hour ago, vizzy2004 said:

Hello? Is it winter yet? :closedeyes:

Hi!

I wish!! :closedeyes:

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well, it went really dark here and the radar showed some really bright colours intensifying just as it arrived.

I thought we were in for at least a rumble or 2, but nope, just some heavy rain. I hate it when it's like this!  :wallbash:

Bring back the sun! :D

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1 hour ago, stupotlee said:

well, it went really dark here and the radar showed some really bright colours intensifying just as it arrived.

I thought we were in for at least a rumble or 2, but nope, just some heavy rain. I hate it when it's like this!  :wallbash:

Bring back the sun! :D

Yes was exactly the same here too. I was expecting thunder as well. But nothing :wallbash:

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what a difference a day makes!

yesterday the 2 queens were sat watching the rain (they very rarely get close to each other)

now they're out sunning themselves and I've got the washing out to dry

question is, what were they talking about while the rain fell? :cc_confused:

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2 hours ago, stupotlee said:

what a difference a day makes!

yesterday the 2 queens were sat watching the rain (they very rarely get close to each other)

now they're out sunning themselves and I've got the washing out to dry

question is, what were they talking about while the rain fell? :cc_confused:

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We had a shocking 35mm here yesterday! Very much needed though :)

Looking forward to a chilly evening tonight after a few mild nights, could see 8/9c overnight which will make sleeping alot easier and feel much fresher in the morning.

Currently 19c, gentle breeze and lots of sunshine, perfect!

 

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The amazing UK weather huh! Was like November on Thursday, straight back to August with a lovely day yesterday and now back to Autumn again today with some very heavy rain again..

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1 hour ago, Winter Cold said:

The amazing UK weather huh! Was like November on Thursday, straight back to August with a lovely day yesterday and now back to Autumn again today with some very heavy rain again..

A day of contrast today with a sunny morning and then now we have an almighty deluge. 

The temp fell to 8.9c this morning and there was a lovely inversion with fog/mist in the valleys but it quickly warmed up with the max temp being 20.4c at 11.30am.

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