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A dull start with drizzle mild

Temp 14.2C

Barometer 1004mb falling

Wind F1 SSW

Rainfall 0.2mm

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Rain during the night but the cold front is long through. Cloudy with Ac, Sc. Temp 14C and a light breeze from the WSW.

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A cloudy night with light rain in the early hours, A low of 13.1c

 

Currently; Damp and cloudy.

Temp 14.5c

Wind S/W 8mph

Rain 0.2mm

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Day Nr 13 in this summer with max temperture of >30°C for me down here.

 

 

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spme rain around 0500, dry now and overcast with a low of 12.7C

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Heavy rain, 3.4mm between 6am & 8am and counting. Temperature currently dropping to 11.6C after an overnight high of 12.2C.

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Cloudy Drizzly start

 

Temp 17.4c

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One of those annoying drizzles at the moment alternating from light to heavy

 

15.2c currently

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A mild and cloudy night with a few spots of rain around 0400 g.m.t.

Currently it's warm with intervals of hazy sunshine.

 

At 0800 g.m.t

Temp: 15.5c

24 hr max: 19.4c

24 hr min: 12.6c

Grass min: 10.1c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0800 g.m.t: Trace

Mean wind speed: 14 mph SW

7 oktas Ci, Ac and St

Vis: 15 km.

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Friday 17th July 2015

 

Mostly cloudy, a few spots of rain through the early hours. A good deal of cloud around this morning, showers in the vicinity, feeling warm despite a fresh westerly wind.

 

Readings at 09:00 GMT:

 

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

Minimum temperature overnight 14.5°C

24-hour maximum 23.0°C

24-hour minimum: 14.5°C

Minimum temperature on grass: 12.2°C

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 19.2mph E

Rainfall total: 0.1mm

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

7 Oktas Cumulus mediocris / Congestus.

Visibility good, around 10 miles.

Temperature: 20.0°C

Humidity: 78.8%

Dew point 16.2°C

Wind Direction: Force 4-5 W

Barometer 1008.9mb: Trend: falling.

 

Yesterday.

 

Mainly clear overnight, chilly for July, low 7.1c with 4.0c on the grass. Turning cloudy around dawn, the cloud thinning and breaking by mid morning allowing bright and some sunny spells. Despite being rather cloudy, turning very warm through the afternoon in brief sunny spells.

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A pleasant sunny afternoon and not quite as breezy as suggested.

Max temp so far 20.3C

Barometer 1005mb rising

Wind F3 WSW

Rainfall 0.2mm

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According to the home page of netweather it is -25.2 at the cairngorm summit. Brrrrr who's hacked the site?

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Heavy rain between 0500hrs and 0700hrs giving 5.2mm in that time. The rest of the morning was cloudy and somewhat dull, while the afternnon was breezy to strong winds at time with the odd sunny period

 

Max Temp 20.8C

Min Temp 12.3C

 

Wind Gust 19.6mph WNW

Wind average 8.2mph WNW

 

Rainfall 5.2mm

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Cloudy wet start, clearing to sunny spells, windy.

 

Temp 18.4c

Max Temp 20.4c

Min Temp 16.4c

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A few spits and cloudy to start giving a mainly sunny day but spoilt by the wind especially later,max 19 deg,min 14 deg

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A couple of light showers early morning then dry and on the warm side with sunny intervals. Sunny end to the day. Maximum 23.8, minimum 15.4. Wind light W.

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Unseasonably cold, temperatures around 14-16C, three degrees under the seasonal average. 

 

The day started cold and dry, then throughout the morning light showers began and the winds picked up to 20-30 miles per hour, more persistent rain started to fall and gusts of 40 miles per hour, during the even cloud had started to fade away with thin stratus clouds remaining.

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