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June 2015 - Monthly Statistics

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A brief summary here:

 

June 2015 - a slightly cooler than average summer month with a very cool and dull first half followed by a warmer and sunnier second half. Very dry however.

 

Days with:

 

Frost: 0

Rain: 5

Strong winds (>40 mph gusts): 2

Thunder: 0

No sun: 3

Snow falling: 0

Snow accumulating: 0

Fog: 0

 

Temperatures:

 

Highest maxima: 30°C (30th)

Lowest maxima: 10°C (1st)

Highest minima: 16°C (30th)

Lowest minima: 4°C (9th)

 

Mean maxima: 18.67°C

Mean minima: 9.53°C

Overall mean: 14.10°C - 0.57°C below the 1981-2010 average

 

Temperature graph compared with the 1981-2010 average:

 

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 DATA TABLE FOR RADSTOCK FOR JUNE 2015

 

 

LOWEST TEMPERATURE 2.8C(37F) on the 4th at 05:09

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE 28.6C(83F) on the 30th at 15:32

AVERAGE TEMPERATURE 14.4C (58F)

HIGHEST HUMIDITY 97% on the 25th at 06:18

LOWEST HUMIDITY 40% on the 7th at 18:45

WETTEST DAY 8.0mm(0.32inc) on the 22nd 

HIGHEST RAINFALL RATE 5.5mm/hr(0.22inc/hr) on the 22nd at 05:00

TOTAL RAINFALL 22.2mm(0.89inc) DRY DAYS 22 Days

LONGEST DRY SPELL 9 Days (3rd-11th)

HIGHEST PRESSURE 1035.0mbs on the 8th at 02:06

LOWEST PRESSURE 1000.0mbs on the 2nd at 05:11

AVERAGE PRESSURE 1019.8mbs

PRESSURE RANGE 35.0mbs

HIGHEST WIND GUST 25mph on the 2nd at 14:55

WIND BETWEEN S & W 7%

WIND BETWEEN W & N 57%

WIND BETWEEN N & E 20%

WIND BETWEEN E & S 16%

SUNNIEST DAY 13 hrs and 48 minutes on the 7th

TOTAL SUNSHINE HOURS 189 hours and 12 minutes

DAYS WITH NO SUN 1 Day on the 13th

BRIGHTEST DAY 367.1w/sqm on the 30th

DULLEST DAY 77.8w/sqm on the 13th

DAYS WITH THUNDER None

DAYS WITH HAIL None

HOURS OF AIR FROST None 

DAYS WITH FOG VISIBLE None

DAYS WITH SNOW None

 

REPORT 

June 2015 was an unspectacular start to the Summer with temperatures and rainfall both below average. Temperatures were lower due to the persistence of the NW wind blowing down over the region. With High pressure out to the SW of the UK for much of the month meant few Atlantic fronts brought much in the way of rain with just the 22nd bringing the wettest day total of 8mm (hardly a soaking) out of the months total of 22.2mm. There were 22 dry days and there was generally plenty of sunshine which ended up above average for the month at around 190hrs. Nights were cold through much of the month but showed signs of reaching summer values at the end of the period. There was no strong winds, hail, thunder or any other unusual weather events reported through the month.

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Cantley summary – June 2015

 

Temperatures were below average until the last 6 days which, with a mean of 19.0C, brought the mean value to 0.3C below. With a temperature of 31.8C on 30 June this equalled my highest since 13 July 2013

 

Rainfall was below average

 

Mean=15.4 (15.7)

Avge Max=21.1 (20.4) Highest was 31.8 on 30th with the coldest day 14.1 on 14th

Avge Min=9.7 (10.9) the coldest night was 10th with 4.1 and the warmest was 14.9 on 26th

 

Rainfall=36.8 (46.9) with 8 days with 1.0mm or more and 10 with 0.2mm or more; the wettest day was 13th with 15.2mm

 

No fog, frost, snow, hail or thunder

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June - Hobart, Tasmania

A quiet start to wintertime with a mean temperature close to average ( 1981-2010 ). The most notable event occurred on the 7th, the warmest June day in almost 60 years.

 

Average maximum:  12.9 ( +0.5 )

Average minimum:  5.3 ( -0.1 )

Rainfall:  44mm ( average 53mm )

Rain days (+1mm ):  9/from 10

 

1st.....Cold. A shower or two and snowline to 400m

2nd-5th.....Cool-cold and sunny with frost and fog

6th-8th.....Becoming very mild and windy as an intense low approached the south coast from the southwest. Rain later ahead of a cold front.

9th.....Cold with a few showers and snowline to 600m.

10th-16th.....Cool and fine but cloud increasing later as a low pressure trough extended south east across the continent, towards Tasmania.

17th-18th.....Cold with rain then a few showers as a closed low formed over waters to the east. Winds turning onshore S-SE'ly. Snowline 600m.

19th-22nd....Cool to cold and sunny with frost and fog

23rd.....Milder behind a westerly front with only a few showers.

24th-30th......Dry and cool to mild by day and night with a NW wind off the continent, as high pressure sat near stationary over south east Australia.

 

Extremes in daily temperature for June ( Records since 1882 ):

Highest maximum:  19.8...7th  ( Record 20.6 in 1907 )

Lowest maximum:  8.7...18th  ( Record 4.3 in 1985 )

 

Highest minimum:  11.3...29th ( Record 14.4 in 1957 )

Lowest minimum:  0.3...22nd  ( Record -2.8 in 1972 )

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June 2015 Statistics

Below are the statistics for my weather station during the month of June

Mean Maximum: 20.6C
Mean Minimum: 10.4C
Overall Mean: 15.5C


Monthly Rainfall total: 29.5mm
Rainfall days: 8 days
Max rainfall in one day: 13.1mm (1st June)
Total Snowfall: 0cm
Snowfall Days (snow falling): 0cm
Max snowfall in one day: 0cm

Highest daily maximum temperature: 31.1C (30th June)
Lowest daily maximum temperature: 12.2C (1st June) 
Highest daily minimum temperature: 17.2C (30th June)
Lowest daily minimum temperature: 5.5 (1st June)

Days with Ground Frost: 0
Days with Air Frost: 0
Days of falling snow: 0
Days of lying snow: 0
Thunder days: 0

Temperature frequency breakdown

Maximum temperature:
10.0C to 14.9C: 1 day
15.0C to 19.9C: 13 days
20.0C to 24.9C: 13 days
25.0C to 29.9C: 2 days
30.0C to 34.9C: 1 day

Minimum temperature:
5.0C to 9.9C: 14 days
10.0C to 14.9C: 14 days
15.0C to 19.9C: 2 days

Compared to the Colwyn Bay average (81-10 average = 14.0C), my average comes in at +1.5C above the Colwyn Bay average, making it an above average month

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