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Tuesday 8th September General Weather Chat

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A dull but cold start to the day

Temp 8.2C

Barometer 1033mb falling

Wind Calm

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Dry sunny start

 

Temp 8.7c

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At the moment a fair bit of ragged St. Temp 12C and a light easterly.

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A cool night with thick Fog forming and a low of 4.6c.

 

Currently; Thick Fog and little wind.

Temp 6.4c

Wind W/S/W 2mph

Rain 0.2mm Dew..

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overcast but it dry although maybe a spot or two of rain some time ago, a low of 7.5C

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A cloudy start like yesterday and Sunday but unlike the past 2 days this cloud is giving some light drizzle

 

Temp 11.0c

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Tuesday 08th September 2015

 

Clear spells overnight, thick fog and low cloud forming before dawn, visibility around 100 yards. Fog thinning and lifting to low cloud through the morning.

 

Readings at 09:00 GMT:

 

Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday: 17.3°C

Minimum temperature overnight 5.5°C

24-hour maximum 17.3°C

24-hour minimum: 5.5°C

Minimum temperature on grass: 2.0°C

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 9.0mph E

Rainfall total: tr.mm

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

8 Oktas Stratus.

Visibility moderate 6-8 miles.

Temperature: 10.1°C

Humidity: 98.7%

Dew point 9.9°C

Wind Direction: Force 2 E

Barometer 1030.8mb: Trend: falling slowly.

 

Yesterday.

 

Broken cloud overnight turning clear through the early hours, shallow fog patches forming over near by fields towards dawn, visibility down to around 200 yards for a short time. Sunny for a time this morning, clouding over quickly just after observation. Rather cloudy until around mid afternoon when more broken cloud allowed sunny spells for the rest of the day.

 

September 2015 so far:

 

Mean temperature: 12.4c (-1.6c) (of local average 1992-2014)

Maximum temperature: 18.0c on the 6th.

Minimum temperature: 4.4c on the 6th

Grass Minimum: 1.5c on the 6th.

Rainfall 11.2mm

Wettest 24 hours = 5.6mm on the 1st.

Maximum wind gust: 14.8 mph WSW on the 3rd.

 

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 445.6mm

Wettest 24 hours = 24.8mm the 13th August.

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

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current conditions:

cloudy, dry

outside temp 11c

outside humidity 88%

visisbility 16km

uv index low

dew point 9 degrees

wind direction 135 degrees/ese

wind speed 15km/h

wind gusts 24km/h

atmospheric preesure 1028.2hpa

sunrise 06:53hrs

sunset 20:07hrs

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Clear periods overnight but fog developed by the early hours.The fog was  thick and accompanied by continuous light drizzle and persisted until midday b.s.t when it lifted into low cloud.

Currently it's dry and cloudy with a temperature  of 9.6c.

 

At 0800 g.m.t

Temp: 8.5c

24 hr max: 15.5c

24 hr min: 6.6c

Grass min: 1.9c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0800 g.m.t: 0.1 mm

Mean wind speed: 3 mph E

Sky obscured by fog

Vis: 70 mts.

Continuous light drizzle

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Interesting little temperature anomaly up here in Leeds, on a very dull 10*C (confirmed by airport weather station) despite 17*C and 14*C predicted by GFS and Met Office respectively. Any idea what would normally cause such an anomaly?

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Today was the only day which actually resembled the typical Derry Summer, blue-sky and 19C, I believe it was because of the Jet-Stream, letting the Azores High settle us. (copied and pasted twice)

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Horrible cold day early drizzle gave way to cloudy skies

Max temp 12.4C now 12.3C

Barometer 1030mb falling

Wind F1 ENE

Rainfall 0.2mm

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Dry, cloudy and feeling cold.  Brief sunny intervals in the afternoon.  Maximum 16.5, minimum 7.6.  Wind light NE.

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Davethedog, it was only cool here as well with the max temp well down on what was forecast

 

It has been a fully clouded day with some fine mist/drizzle early morning. The afternoon was dry but still very cloudy, with no sun at all.

 

Max Temp 13.6C, 6C down on yesterdays high

Min Temp 8.1C

 

Rainfall 0,2mm

 

Barometer 1026mb Falling

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Misty to start with some drizzle,the remainder of the day quite cloudy and very dull at times,cool,max 11 deg,min 8 deg

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Pretty much wall to wall sunshine, with hardly a cloud in the sky, Temps 17xc, a bit cooler than yesterday with winds veering SE from NE.

 

I cannot recall a day in August being this sunny.

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Varying amounts of cloud all day but okay. Perfect evening now.

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Overcast pretty much for the whole day with a few clearances visible to the west in the early evening, but still no sunshine getting through. Mild overnight due to the cloudcover but cool during the day.

 

Max Temp: 14.8C

Min Temp: 11.1C

Mean Wind: 7mph NE

Max Gust: 13mph

Rainfall: None

Sunshine: None

 

Currently 11.9C and overcast.

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Thick fog and light drizzle until midday then dry and cloudy.

 

At 1800 g.m.t

Temp: 10.5c

Max today: 10.7c

Min last night: 6.6c

Grass min: 1.9c

Rainfall from 0800-1800 g.m.t: 0.1 mm

Mean wind speed: 4 mph NE/E

Highest gust today: 11 mph E at 1447 g.m.t

8 oktas St

Vis: 15 km.

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Fog cleared late morning, To leave a dry day with some brief sunny spells. A high of 11.7c

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