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A cold sunny start to the day a complete contrast to yesterdays warm start

Temp 10.4C

Barometer 1022mb rising

Wind F1 Varable

Rainfall nil

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Dry sunny start

 

Temp 11.6c

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Fine morning with some thin Ci and even a touch of Cas. Temp 14.5C and wind SSeE 9mph.

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Yes a contrast to the heat of yesterday with the coldest overnight low since 24 June at 9.8C, cloudless and no breeze

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Yesterday evening's rain cleared to the north by 1830 g.m.t and the night was dry and mainly clear.

A warm and sunny start to this morning.

 

At 0800 g.m.t

Temp: 16.3c

24 hr max: 20.8c

24 hr min: 10.5c

Grass min: 6.5c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0800 g.m.t: 2.4 mm

Mean wind speed: 4 mph E

1 okta Ci and Cu humilis

Vis: 30 km.

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Glorious morning not a cloud in the sky and no breeze

 

currently 16.1c

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18.2C, sunny. No wind. Glorious.

Some parts of London already over 21/22C. Could well hit 32C+ again today.

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Friday 03rd July 2015

 

Clear and much cooler overnight with a low of 8.6c. Sunny so far this morning, Cumulus building towards observation.

 

Readings at 09:00 GMT:

 

Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday: 23.0°C

Minimum temperature overnight 8.6°C

24-hour maximum 23.0°C

24-hour minimum: 8.6°C

Minimum temperature on grass: 6.1°C

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 21.9mph W

Rainfall total: 2.3mm

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

3  Oktas Cumulus humilis, Cirrus.

Visibility good, around 10 miles.

Temperature: 15.5°C

Humidity: 95.6%

Dew point 14.8°C

Wind Direction: Force 1 E

Barometer 1027.1 mb: Trend: rising.

 

Yesterday.

 

Warm overnight, variable cloud. Sunny spells for a time this morning, high and mid level cloud increasing. Feeling cooler. Odd spot of light rain at observation. Bright spells through the morning, a few brief sunny spells through the afternoon. The late afternoon saw a spell of light to moderate rain accompanied by sharp drop in temperature. A further spell of light rain through the evening before clearing around 19:00 GMT.

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A perfect summers day so far after a cold start. Sunny spells and no revolting heat so far.

Max temp so far 21.3C

Barometer 1022mb falling

Wind F1 Variable

Rainfall nil

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A lovely day got the gardening done temps just below the uncomfortable margin. Mostly unbroken sunshine however high cloud is coming in now so the evening should cloudy hazy and probably humid. Hay fever makes it feel like you've got a cold

Max temp so far 24.7C now 24.3C

Barometer 1020 falling

Wind F2 E

Rainfall Nil

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Dry warm generally sunny day

 

Temp 25.6c

Max Temp 26.4c

Min Temp 10.4c

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Dry and very warm with sunny spells, clouding over now.  Maximum 27.4, minimum 10.8.  Wind light E.

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A dry and sunny morning and early afternoon but increasing high and medium level cloud from about 1400 gave a warm but cloudy end to the day.

 

At 1800 g.m.t

Temp: 18.6c

Max today: 21.4c

Min last night: 10.5c

Grass min: 6.5c

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

Sunshine today so far: 10.43 hrs

Mean wind speed: 17 mph E

Highest gust today: 29 mph E at 1623 g.m.t

6 oktas Ac, Ci and As

Vis: over 80 km.

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Cloudy to start with increasing sunshine as the day progressed,max 23 deg,min 11 deg

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