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Wednesday 4th November General Weather Chat

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Good morning

 

Dry partly cloudy start

 

Temp 12.1c

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Dull, damp, sky obscured in fog, a low earlier in the night of 9.3C, now 10.1C

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Cloudy with Ns and St with continuous slight rain. Temp 12C and a zephyr from the SW.

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Same old damo misty rubbish but mild start

Temp 9C low 7.7C

Barometer 1015mb rising

Wind Calm

rainfall 0.4mm

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Wednesday 04th November 2015

 

Light to moderate rain cleared before midnight. Thick fog returned overnight, vis <50 yards. Light rain commencing this morning, fog, vis 150yards.

 

Readings at 09:00 GMT:

 

Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday: 10.1°C

Minimum temperature overnight 10.0°C

24-hour maximum 11.0°C

24-hour minimum: 8.8°C

Minimum temperature on grass: 8.9°C

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 6.9 mph SE

Rainfall total: 3.0mm

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

8 Oktas Stratus.

Visibility, very poor, about 150 yards.

Temperature: 11.0°C

Humidity: 98.7%

Dew point 10.8°C

Wind Direction: Force 2 E

Barometer 1011.2mb: Trend: falling slowly.

 

Yesterday.

 

The fog eventually lifted last evening to leave a cloudy night. Overcast this morning, damp underfoot.  Remaining cloudy all day, misty, dull. Light to moderate rain set in just after dark.

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Thick fog for the last 58 hours and no change now.

Intermittent light rain during yesterday evening but, apart from dampness from the fog, it's been dry since midnight.

 

At 0900

Temp: 9.7c

24 hr max: 9.7c

24 hr min: 6.6c

Overnight min: 7.6c

Grass min: 7.5c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0900: 1.5 mm

Mean wind speed: 4 mph SW

Sky obscured by fog

Vis: 80 mts.

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current conditions:

part cloudy, dry, mild.

outside temp 12.5c

outside humidity 88%

visibility 12km

dew point 9degrees

wind direction 157.5degrees/se

wind speed 6km/h

wind gusts 8km/h

barometer 1012hpa

sunrise 07:37hrs

sunset 16:55hrs

 

overnight min 3.8c

todays max 13.3c

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Dull misty mild day mostly some feeble sunshine later in the afternoon

Max temp 11.8C now 10.8C

Barometer 1014mb rising

Wind F2 SSW

Rainfall 0.4mm

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Some light rain early morning, then just cloudy and damp until lunchtime. Drier in the afternoon.

 

Max Temp 12.1C

Min Temp 8.6C

 

Wind Gust 4mph Sou' Westerly

Wind Average 2.8mph Sou' Westerly

 

Barometer 101mb Rising

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Dry day with little in the way of sunshine.

 

Temp 14.0c

Max Temp 15.4c

Min Temp 12.0c

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Dry and cloudy this evening and we've finally lost the fog

 

Currently 9.9c

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Fog or thick fog all day. Mainly dry until early evening when there were outbreaks of showery rain.

 

At 1800.

Temp: 9.9c

Max today: 10.6c

Min last night: 7.6c

Grass min: 7.5c

Rainfall from 0900-1800: Trace

Sunshine today: 0.00 hrs

Mean wind speed: 9 mph S

Highest gust today: 12 mph S/SW at 1318

8 oktas Ns and St

Vis: 1000mts

Light shower

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