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Cloudy and misty with occasional rain/drizzle 

Temp 3.1c

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Cloudy dry mild start to the day

Temp 2.5C, low 1.8C, Barometer 990mb rising, Wind F2 SSW, Rainfall 1.6mm

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Dry start

Temp 4.8c

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Dry some sunshine now and then with variable cloud amounts, a low of 2.6 C no frost and no snow left

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Dry and cloudy with the thaw continuing

Temp 4.5c

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Thick fog all night and so far this morning. A few light showers yesterday evening and during the early hours. Exposed fields on the moor now have only 10% snow cover due to the wind blowing away all the snow, apart from the last cm or two.

At 0900

Temp; 2.5c

24 hr max; 3.5c

24 hr min; -0.3c

Overnight min; 1.5c

Grass (snow ) min; 1.2c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0900; 1.8 mm

Mean wind speed; 11 mph S

Sky obscured by fog

Vis; 90 mts

Mean depth of lying snow; 6cm. 90% cover

 

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Cloudy,occasional rain,light winds. 

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Tropical today at 8.4C. Sunny spells and only piles of snow remaining.

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Sunny spells and into double figures for the first time 29 January

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Monday 05th March 2018

 

Further showers last night and through the early hours. More broken cloud later allowed a ground frost to develop before dawn, refreezing of what’s left of the patchy snow cover which is now only around 20%. Large drifts remain in near by fields. Sunny spells so far this morning. Variable cloud and sunny spells through the day, dry, much milder than recently.

 

Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday 6.4∞C.

Minimum temperature overnight 1.0∞C

24-hour maximum 6.4∞C

24-hour minimum 1.0∞C

Minimum temperature on grass -1.1c

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 16.1 mph ENE

Rainfall total: 2.9mm

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

3 Oktas  Altostratus, Cirrus.

Visibility >10 Miles.

Temperature: 2.5∞C

Humidity: 98.2%

Dew point 2.2∞C

Wind Direction: SE Force 2-3

Barometer 984.9mb: Trend: rising slowly.

 

Yesterday.

 

Light to moderate snow turned to intermittent light rain through the early hours. Light rain at times this morning, fog developing as slow thaw commences, visibility <100 yards. Dull and foggy through the morning and in to early afternoon and feeling cold. The afternoon. saw a few brighter spells developing, also a few moderate showers. A steady thaw of lying snow

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A mild day with sunny spells and a rapid removal of snow only drifts remaining on the moors and only patches lower down.

Max temp 8.4C now 6.3C low -0.1C, Barometer 991mb falling, Wind F1 SE, Rainfall nil

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Dry start with sunny intervals, clouded over with rain at times from early afternoon onwards. Maximum 9.9, minimum 4.7. Wind light SE.

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Sunshine and showers

Temp 6.4c

Max Temp 10.7c

Min Temp 4.0c

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Thick fog until midday when it suddenly cleared to allow a few sunny intervals during the early afternoon. Cloud thickened again during the second half of the afternoon and rain arrived by 1830. A steady thaw of lying snow and less than 50% cover by mid afternoon.

At 1800

Temp; 5.3c

Max today; 7.3c

Min last night; 1.5c

Grass min; 1.2c

Rainfall from 0900-1800; 0.0 mm

Sunshine today; 1.13 hrs

Mean wind speed; 18 mph SE

Highest gust today; 28 mph S/SE at 1631

8 oktas As and St

Vis; 50 km

Snow cover around 30%.

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Foggy to start ,clearing to give some good sunny spells,max 6 deg,min 1 deg,most snow melted but drifts remain under the walls.

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