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A dry start with patchy cloudy

Temp 10.5C

Barometer 1019mb falling

Wind F2 NNE

Rainfall Nil

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Fine morning with soupcon of small Cu. Temp 13C and a light nor'westerly

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Rain in the early hours, dry now, no wind and about half cover of CuSc, a low of 10.6C

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Dry sunny start

 

Temp 9.9c

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A dry night other than a sharp shower around 4am, With a low of 9.9c.

 

Currently; Damp with a few sunny spells and light winds.

Temp 12.5c

Wind N/E Avg 3.2mph

Rain 0.8mm

Yesterday 11.4mm

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A lot brighter than yesterday some cloud around still but some good sunny spells

 

Temp 12.4c

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Tuesday 01st September 2015

 

Cloudy overnight. More light to moderate rain through the early hours, this clearing before dawn. Sunny spells this morning, cloud bubbling up quickly towards observation.

 

Readings at 09:00 GMT:

 

Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday: 15.0°C

Minimum temperature overnight 11.6°C

24-hour maximum 15.0°C

24-hour minimum: 11.6°C

Minimum temperature on grass: 9.7°C

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 11.0mph WNW

Rainfall total: 7.1mm

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

4 Oktas Cumulus mediocris, Altocumulus.

Visibility good around 10 miles.

Temperature: 13.5°C

Humidity: 94.2%

Dew point 12.6°C

Wind Direction: Force 2 WNW

Barometer 1018.9mb: Trend: rising slowly.

 

Yesterday.

 

Cloudy overnight, further intermittent light rain becoming more continuous and moderate at times through the early hours. Continuous light to moderate rain so far this morning. Further light rain through the morning becoming intermittent towards mid day. The afternoon cloudy with just the odd burst of light rain. Little brightness.

 

August 2015:

 

Mean temperature: 16.4c (-0.2c) (of local average 1992-2014)

Maximum temperature: 26.7c on the 22nd.

Minimum temperature: 5.1c on the 16th

Grass Minimum: 2.6c on the 16th

Rainfall 75.3mm

Wettest 24 hours = 24.8mm on the 13th.

Maximum wind gust: 28.9 mph W on the 4th.

 

2015 so far:

 

Maximum temperature: 33.1c on the 01st July.

Minimum temperature: -3.7c on the 19th January

Grass Minimum: -7.0c on the 19th January.

Rainfall 434.4mm

Wettest 24 hours = 24.8mm the 13th August.

Maximum wind gust: 43.8 mph W on the 31st March.

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A cool day with isolated light showers

Max temp 16.8C now 13.6C

Barometer 1020mb falling

Wind F3 WNW

Rainfall 5.8mm

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A dry start but a heavy shower around mid morning, and similar for the afternoon. Nice and sunny just after lunch but then a short shower spoiled it all.

 

Max Temp 18.7C

Min Temp 9.6C

 

Wind Gust 9.2 North North Easterly

Wind Average 4.4mph Easterly

 

Rainfall 2mm

 

Barometer 1016mb Rising

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Just had a very hefty shower, 26.2mm at its heaviest after a decent morning and early afternoon, max of 20.6C now 14.4C

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Sunny intervals and a single shower late afternoon.  Stil cool.  Maximum 18.7, minimum 13.2.  Wind light NW.

 

Yesterday turned out to be the coldest August Bank Holiday in Reading since 1986, according to the local press: http://www.getreading.co.uk/news/reading-berkshire-news/bank-holiday-monday-reading-coldest-9965779

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sunshine showers

 

Temp 16.8c

Max Temp 20.0c

Min Temp 9.8c

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A morning of good sunny spells ,cloud building to give a few heavy downpoars mid afternoon with some hail thrown in,max 15 deg [yet only 12 this afternoon],min 10 deg

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A mainly dry morning with sunny intervals after one or two light showers during the early hours. A few moderate-heavy showers early this afternoon, with thunder heard to the south east, but from 1330 g.m.t any showers were brief and light.

 

At 1800 g.m.t

Temp: 11.5c

Max today: 15.6c

Min last night: 9.1c

Grass min: 7.4c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0800 g.m.t: 4.7 mm

Rainfall from 0800-1800 g.m.t: 2.1 mm

Sunshine today: 3.73 hrs

Mean wind speed: 9 mph NW

Highest gust today: 28 mph NW at 1523 g.m.t

6 oktas Cu, Cb and Ac

Vis: over 80 km.

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