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A dry start was mild but temps dropping away now towards normal

Temp 9.9C

Barometer 1010mb rising

Wind F2 SSW

Rainfall Nil

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dry and mainly sunny, a low of 10.3C, some way above the average low for this time in September

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Dry mostly cloudy start after overnight rain. 

 

Temp 12.7c

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Intermittent rain and drizzle during yesterday evening eventually cleared during the early hours. The cloud then broke and dispersed to leave a clear end to the night and a sunny start to this morning.

 

At 0800 g.m.t

Temp: 10.0c

24 hr max: 14.6c

24 hr min: 8.3c

Grass min: 5.4c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0800 g.m.t: 1.9mm

Mean wind speed: 18 mph W/SW

1 okta Cu

Vis: 55 km.

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Thursday 24th September 2015

 

Variable cloud overnight, shower through the early hours. Suny spells this morning, cumulus building, breezy.

 

Readings at 09:00 GMT:

 

Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday: 15.5°C

Minimum temperature overnight 10.2°C

24-hour maximum 15.5°C

24-hour minimum: 10.2°C

Minimum temperature on grass: 8.1°C

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

Rainfall total: 0.2mm

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

3 Oktas Cumulus humilis.

Visibility good,  about 10 miles.

Temperature: 13.0°C

Humidity: 81.5%

Dew point 9.9°C

Wind Direction: Force 4-5 WSW

Barometer 1010.8mb: Trend: steady.

 

Yesterday.

 

Clear spells overnight, a continued force 3-4  westerly wind. Sunny spells, turning more cloud after lunch. Dry.

 

September 2015 so far:

 

Mean temperature: 12.7c (-1.3c) (of local average 1992-2014)

Maximum temperature: 20.5c on the 10th.

Minimum temperature: 4.4c on the 6th

Grass Minimum: 1.5c on the 6th.

Rainfall 36.6mm

Wettest 24 hours = 8.4mm on the 11th.

Maximum wind gust: 21.9 mph ESE on the 11th.

 

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 471.0mm

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:

part cloudy, sunny spells, scattered showers

outside temp 10c

outside humidity 63%

visibility 14km

dew point 4 degrees

uv index low

wind direction 225 degrees/sw

wind speed 15km/h

wind gusts 19km/h

atmospheric pressure 1009.2hpa rising.

sunrise 07:21hrs

sunset 19:27hrs

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A cool day with the odd bit of rain in the wind

Max temp 15.3C now 13.8C

Barometer 1014mb rising

Wind F2 WSW

Rainfall Trace

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Dry and bright to start with , then a heavy shower around mid morning. A similar situation in the afternoon with a heavy shower then dry and bright.

 

Max Temp 15.8C

Min Temp 9.1C

 

Wind Gust 15mph South Westerly

Wind Average 8.3mph South westerly

 

Barometer 1011mb Rising

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Mostly dry day with the odd light shower

 

Temp 14.4c

Max Temp 17.2c

Min Temp 12.7c

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Apart from a very brief and light shower shortly before midday it was a dry and breezy day with sunny periods.

 

At 1800 g.m.t

Temp: 10.7c

Max today: 14.5c

Min last night: 8.3c

Grass min: 5.4c

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

Sunshine today: 6.64 hrs

Mean wind speed: 17 mph W

Highest gust today: 34 mph W at 13-1 g.m.t

5 oktas Cu humilis and mediocris, Ac and Ci

Vis: over 80 km.

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A shower to start and a few others throughout the day with some good sunny periods,max 13 deg,min 9 deg

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