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A cold start with patchy cloud

Temp 8.6C low 7.7C

Barometer 1010mb steady

Wind F1 SSE

Rainfall Nil

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A very wet night and still moderate rain with Ns and St, Temp 13.5C and wind ESE 13mph. Rain should clear here by 09.

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Wet start

 

Temp 14.0c

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It was sunny about 1hour ago but has now clouded over, a low of 8.4C under the clear skies, now on 11.4C

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A dry cool cloudy night with a low of 7c.

 

Currently; Dry cloudy with light winds.

Temp 9.4c

Wind West 2mph

Rain 0.0mm

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Dry and cloudy feeling quite fresh at the moment but at least we're not getting the wet and windy weather like the south

 

currently 12.8c

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A dry night with clear periods at first and increasing cloud by the early hours.

Currently it's dry with slowly thickening high and medium level cloud.

 

At 0800 g.m.t

Temp: 11.1c

24 hr max: 16.8c

24 hr min: 9.6c

Grass min: 6.1c

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

Mean wind speed: 7 mph NE

7 oktas As and Ac

Vis: over 80 km.

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Friday 24th July 2015

 

Variable cloud overnight, dry. Turning overcast this morning, some light rain towards observation.

 

Readings at 09:00 GMT:

 

Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday: 18.7°C

Minimum temperature overnight 10.8°C

24-hour maximum 18.7°C

24-hour minimum: 10.8°C

Minimum temperature on grass: 8.0°C

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 15.5mph W

Rainfall total: tr.mm

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

8 Oktas Altostratus.

Visibility good, around 10 miles.

Temperature: 12.9°C

Humidity: 84.8%

Dew point 10.4°C

Wind Direction: Force 0 calm

Barometer 1013.2mb: Trend:falling.

 

Yesterday.

 

Clear spells overnight, dry. Turning rather cloudy this morning, bright spells. Mostly cloudy, a few brief sunny spells.

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As forecast, summer halted with a serious bump! Rain all day so far, getting heavier all the time, currently 14.1C from a max of 16.2C.

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A cold dull day with the odd spot of rain from two onwards

Max temp 15.2C now 14.1C

Barometer 1006mb falling

Wind ENE F2

Rainfall 0.2mm

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A dry and cloudy day here with no rain/showers as forcasted.

 

Max Temp 17.3

Min Temp 7.1

 

Barometer 1009mb Falling

Wind 7MPH ENE

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Cold with rain all day, particularly heavy early afternoon.  We're in the middle of a bit of a lull now but the radar shows more heavy rain on the way.  Around 30mm so far, with a chance of exceeding 50mm by the end of the day making it the wettest day here for several years.  Maximum 16.2 (early morning), minimum 13.5 (now).  Wind moderate NE.

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Horrible wet day more suited to Autumn/Winter.

 

Temp 13.8c

Max Temp 15.1c

Min Temp 13.2c

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A cool and cloudy day. A dry morning followed by intermittent light rain this afternoon which, until an hour ago, wasn't even enough to dampen the paths.

 

At 1800 g.m.t

Temp: 11.0c

Max today; 12.9C

Min last night: 9.6c

Grass min: 6.1c

Rainfall from 0800-1800 g.m.t: Trace

Mean wind speed: 10 mph NE

Highest gust today: 18 mph NE at 1452

Sunshine today: 0.00 hrs

Vis: 40 km

Continuous light rain 

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A cloudy dry day with just a very few  spots of rain after tea,calm,max 15 deg,min 7 deg

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