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South West & CS England Weather Discussion Spring 2016 (26th March ------->)


A.J

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Ended up being a miserable wet day here with 7mm of rain falling. Only really dried up around 3pm but stayed cloudy until after dark which has allowed the temperature to drop quite quickly. Currently 4.6°C.

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Day of two halves - heavy to light rain until late morning before slowly clearing to sunshine by 2pm, then a clear remainder to the day and quick cool down in time for local fireworks. 02.5C outside now.

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A pleasant enough week here. A little wet this morning but remarkably warm early on this week until end of Tuesday - felt very much like late summer minus all of the leaves on the ground! Looking showery for us in Cornwall tomorrow but hopefully most of it dying away to leave things dry for Bonfire night. Stay safe all. :)

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Not unpleasant at the moment with some sunshine and a fair bit of large Cu. Problem is this a prime situation for the Pembroke Damgler and there is a line of showers lined up to the north. Probably not worth the  risk to pop down to see Sid. Temp 10C and breezy from the NNE.

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A chilly and frosty start this morning, getting down to 0.4°C - that paved way for a sunny start, some cloud bubbled up mid-morning, and now a large area of black cloud is moving down from the North. Windy too, gusting to 20mph.

Temp: 9.2°C - Hum: 76% - Dew: 5.2°C - Windchill 7°C - Bar: 1007.69hPa - Wind: NW ~ NE @ 10mph.

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Touch of frost over night but what A lovely refreshing day it is outside with that keen wind.

I noticed net weather snow risk giving me small 6% chance of snow so time to get excited yet? :rofl: :santa-emoji:

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