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Thursday 18th Feb 2016 General Weather Chat

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A dry cold start to the day with a ground frost

Temp 1C , low 0.9C,  Barometer 1013mb rising, Wind F2 WNW, Rainfall nil

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A cool night with clear spells and a frost forming in the early hours with a low of -1.4c

Currently; Patchy cloud and a hard frost with some mist down in the valleys.

Temp -1.4c

Dp -2c

Wind N/N/E Avg 3mph

Rain 0.0mm

Rain 24hrs 13.4mm

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Dry, sunny after a slight air frost with a low of -0.5C, currently +0.1C

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Thursday 18th February 2016

 

Further light rain last evening died out before midnight. Clear spells developing through the early hours allowing frost to develop. This morning, frost, shallow fog over near by fields, visibility around 300 yards. Fog thinning to mist by observation, sunny, frosty.

 

Readings at 09:00 GMT:

 

Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday: 4.5°C

Minimum temperature overnight -1.0°C 

24-hour maximum 4.5°C

24-hour minimum: -1.0°C

Minimum temperature on grass: -5.5°C

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 21.9 mph SSE

Rainfall total: 10.1mm

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

0 Oktas Clear.

Visibility, poor, around 1 mile.

Temperature: -0.6°C

Humidity: 96.1%

Dew point -1.1°C

Wind Direction: Force 2 W

Barometer 1013.6mb: Trend: steady.

 

Yesterday. 

 

A cloudy night, a little light rain. More continuous light rain so far this morning. Light to moderate rain continuing throughout the day, feeling cold.

 

February 2016 2016:

 

Mean temperature: 4.8c (0.1c) (of local average 1992-2014)

Maximum temperature: 14.4c on the 1st.

Minimum temperature: -4.2c on the 16th

Grass Minimum: -9.5c on the 16th.

Rainfall 52.3mm

Wettest 24 hours = 17.6mm on the 6th.

Maximum wind gust: 41.2 mph W on the 1st.

 

2016 so far:

 

Maximum temperature: 14.4c on the 01st February.

Minimum temperature: -3.7c on the 19th January

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

Rainfall 118.3mm

Wettest 24 hours = 17.6mm the 7th Feb.

Maximum wind gust: 42.2 mph W on the 1st February.

 

 

 

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Yesterday evening's sleet soon cleared and it was dry from 1900. The cloud gradually moved away to the east and there were clear intervals from late evening and largely clear skies by the early hours. Dry, chilly and sunny at present.

At 0900

Temp; 0.9c

24 hr max; 3.0c

24 hr min; -0.9c

Grass min; -7.3c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0900; 10.9 mm

Mean wind speed; 11 mph W/NW

1 okta Ci and Ac

Vis; 15 km.   

 

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A dry and a frosty start. It remained partly cloudy with plenty of sunshine most of the day, but some light rain now!

Max temp 7.9C

Wind Chill temp 6.2C

Min temp -1.3C

Wind Gust 11.5mph Nor' Westerly

Wind Average 6.3mph West Nor' Westerly

Rainfall 0.2mm

Barometer 1013mb Rising

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Dry cool sunny spells sums it up

 

 

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A dry and mainly sunny day, the sunniest of the year so far, with just a few interruptions due to Cu humilis in mid afternoon.

At 1800

Temp; 1.7c

Max today; 5.5c

Min last night; -0.9c

Grass min; -7.3c

Rainfall from 0900-1800; 0.0 mm

Sunshine today; 7.14 hrs

Mean wind speed; 9 mph W

Highest gust today; 23 mph W at 1226

1 okta Cu and Sc

Vis; 65 km.

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Dry day with good sunny spells

Temp 5.3c

Max Temp 8.5c

Min Temp 0.6c

 

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Dry with long sunny spells.  Maximum 8.1, minimum 2.9.  Wind light SW.

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A cold and frosty start,sunny,then briefly misty,sunny again before clouding in afternoon with some snow showers late afternoon,max 5 deg,min 0 deg

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