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Tuesday 26th May General Weather Chat

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A dry clear start to the day

Temp 8C

Barometer 1017mb rising

Wind F1 Variable

Rainfall Nil

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Dry cloudy start

 

Temp 11.8c

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Partly cloudy with Cu drifting across on the WNW breeze. Temp 10.5C

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Hi, could anyone let me know whether a frost is likely tonight?

Just wondering whether I need to fleece up all my allotment veg as I heard someone say that there will be a frost tonight?! I'm in leeds.

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A dry night with long clear periods.

Dry and breezy with sunny periods so far this morning.

 

At 0800 g.m.t

Temp: 10.2c

24 hr max: 11.6c

24 hr min: 7.0c

Grass min: 5.3c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0800 g.m.t: 0.0 mm

Mean wind speed: 16 mph NW

2 oktas Cu humilis and Ac

Vis: 80 km.

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Tuesday 26th May 2015

 

A few clear spells overnight before turning cloudy again for the most part. Dry. Bright and sunny spells developing this morning.

 

Readings at 09:00 GMT:

 

Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday: 15.3°C

Minimum temperature overnight 7.7°C

24-hour maximum 15.3°C

24-hour minimum: 7.7°C

Minimum temperature on grass: 3.9°C

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 12.3mph NW

Rainfall total: 0.0mm

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

4 Oktas Stratocumulus, Cumulus.

Visibility: good around 10 miles.

Temperature: 14.5°C

Humidity: 68.7%

Dew point 8.8°C

Wind Direction: Force 3-4 NW

Barometer 1023.9 mb: Trend: rising slowly.

 

Yesterday.

 

Clear spells for a time overnight, cloud increasing through the early hours. Cloudy this morning, dry. Another cloudy and cool day. The early evening saw a few cloud breaks allowing brief bright and sunny spells.

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A mix of sunshine and patchy cloud this afternoon, breezier than this morning

 

warm @ 18.7c

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A dry day with Sunny spells. Temps higher than forecast but still below normal.

Max temp 15.9C now 14.6C

Barometer 1020mb steady

Wind F3 WNW

Rainfall Nil

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Hi, could anyone let me know whether a frost is likely tonight?

Just wondering whether I need to fleece up all my allotment veg as I heard someone say that there will be a frost tonight?! I'm in leeds.

 

There's the chance of a ground frost tonight, especially if you're semi-rural.

 

Currently partly cloudy after the cloud thinned a couple of hours ago to give some pleasant sunshine. The temp is 15.8C after a max of 16.6C. It was rather cool this morning aswell with a min of 6.4C.

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What is surprising is there is no real inbetween in the weather.

It was cloudy today until around 2, then this cleared very quickly to give sunny conditions by 3 with very little cloud at all.

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Dry day with warm sunshine

 

Temp 20.0c

Max Temp 21.1c

Min Temp 9.4c

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A quiet day, dry with sunny intervals.  Maximum 18.0, minimum 8.5. Wind light NW.

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A dry and breezy day with sunny intervals. Most of the cloud dispersed during the late afternoon resulting in a sunny end to the day.

 

At 1800 g.m.t

Temp: 10.5c

Max today: 13.5c

Min last night: 7.0c

Grass min: 5.3c

Rainfall from 0800-1800 g.m.t: 0.0 mm

Sunshine today so far: 6.52 hrs

Mean wind speed: 27 mph W/NW

Highest gust today: 39 mph W/NW at 1737 g.m.t

1 okta Cu humilis

Vis: over 80 km.

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A dry and mostly sunny day with a cool breeze,max 15 deg,min 8 deg

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