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Saturday 17th March Weather Observations

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Rain and sleet at times during the evening is now clearig away quite windy at times now as well

Temp 2.2c

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Breezy cloudy Snow flurries and icy

Temp -0.8, Barometer 1015mb rising, Wind F4 Rainfall 0.2mm

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Cloudy, dry at the mment after a wetlate eveing turning to snow for a short time after midnight, not settling, current low is 0.4 C and 1.0 mm rain since midnight, 4.0 mm yesterday

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Morning all, 

Temp 1.6C

Pressure 998.8mb

Hum 91%

Wind 15mph

No measurable rain overnight

8/8 Cloud light snow starting to settle in places. 

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Light snow showers

Temp 2.0c

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Cloud cold and windy with some snow showers which are not amounting to much at the moment

Temp -0.1c

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Saturday 18th March 2018

 

A cloudy night and turning cold with light snow showers through the early hours. At observation, feeling bitterly cold in the strong ENE wind, light snow flurries.

 

Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday 11.4∞C.

Minimum temperature overnight -0.5∞C

24-hour maximum 11.4∞C

24-hour minimum -0.5∞C

Minimum temperature on grass -0.6c

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 24.7 mph ENE

Rainfall total: 1.0mm

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

8 Oktas  Stratus, Cumulus congestus.

Visibility 10 miles.

Temperature: -0.1∞C

Humidity: 92.4%

Dew point -1.2∞C

Wind Direction: ENE Force 5

Barometer 1007.9mb: Trend rising slowly.

 

Yesterday.

 

A cloudy night, intermittent outbreaks of rain, misty This morning mainly cloudy rain in the vicinity, a few cloud breaks to the SW. Mist cleared. Sunny spells developing through the late morning, a couple of light showers afternoon. The early evening saw a change to a rather breezy east wind and turning notably cooler, low cloud and mist also blowing in from the east.

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Light snow flurries,gusty winds.

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An increasingly cold and windy night with sleet arriving from the east after midnight and quickly turning to snow. The snow was wet at first but turned dry and powdery during the early hours, though no great accumulation. Brief sunny intervals and light snow showers so far this morning.

At 0900

Temp; -2.1c

24 hr max; 9.4c

24 hr min; -2.5c

Grass min; -2.3c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0900; 3.9 mm

Mean wind speed; 30 mph E/NE

7 oktas Cu and Sc

Vis; 12 km

Light snow showers

Mean depth of lying snow. 1.5cm 95% cover

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Snow showers becoming heavier as the morning went little of the sunshine so the snow has a lot of pollution in it which is why it's melting even at -1.8C. Finally got a full covering but only a few millimeters which probably go very quickly in a few minutes as the sun comes out and temperatures lift

Max temp -0.6C, now -2.2C low -2.2C, Barometer 1016mb steady, Wind F4 E, Rainfall 0.4mm melted snow.

 

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A very cold with flurries at first turning to snow showers these heavy for short while between 12 and 2 and since then have been lighter. A slow thaw of snow even in shade despite the low temps

Max temp -0.6C low -2.4C, barometer 1015mb falling, Wind F4 ENE, Rainfall 1mm melted snow.

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Cold day with sunny spells and light snow showers

Temp 0.8c

Max Temp 7.0c

Min Temp 0.8c

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Very cold and overcast with a biting wind and the temperature steadily dropping all day. Light snow flurries all day, just starting to settle now. Maximum 6.1 (yesterday evening, daytime maximum today around 2C), minimum -0.6 (this evening). Wind moderate NE.

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Posted (edited)

A min last night well this morning or -0.1c as temps reached 2c max now -2.3c.

A day of sunshine and snow/soft hail showers got a slight covering,just been observed the first proper drifting on the field in the last snow shower.

Old snowdrifts, snow drifted off that 12 metres away from the entire drift interesting to see.

 

Edited by Snowyowl9

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A very cold and windy day with sunny intervals and frequent showers of snow and soft hail, the showers becoming heavy at times later this afternoon with drifting. Only a slow accumulation of the snow before mid afternoon due to slight thawing in the sunny intervals and thawing from beneath with the ground unfrozen.

At 1800

Temp; -3.9c

Max today; -1.4c

Min last night; -2.5c

Grass min; -2.3c

Rainfall from 0900-1800; 3.1 mm

Sunshine today; 1.43 hrs

Mean wind speed; 29 mph E

Highest gust today; 55 mph E at 1110

Vis; 300mts ( due to falling snow )

Mean depth of lying snow; 4.5cm. 100% cover

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A mix today of sunny spells and snow showers, the snow persistent early this evening and giving a little dusting.

Feeling bitterly cold in the wind, but there is a warmth in the sun when out.

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Snowcover overnight leaving a windy day full of snow showers,very cold,max 2 deg,min 0 deg 30 mm snowcover 100% cover

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Just back in, a quite snowy Doncaster, starting to freeze on the roads as well. Two fairly marked blizzards late afternoon and again into the evening, blowing snow and visibility less than 200 m at times. Still only 1 cm or so. Perhaps the most wintry weather in terms of snow falling and being whipped up by a strong wind that I have seen in a very long time, other than when on my annual skiing holidays. 

Current temperature -1.1 C having been down to -2.2 C at some time since I went out about 5 pm.

maximum in the sunny spells this afternoon was 1.8 C

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