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A warm start with hazy sushine

Temp 16.2C, low 15.1C, Barometer 1023mb rising, Wind F2 NNE, Rainfall nil

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Dry warm sunny start

Temp 22.7c

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A dry, clear night and a warm and sunny start to the day. Scattered Cu humilis developing in the last half hour.

At 0800 g.m.t

Temp; 19.7c

24 hr max; 26.4c

24 hr min; 13.5c

Grass min; 12.2c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0800 g.m.t; 0.0 mm

Mean wind speed; 7 mph N

1 okta Ci

Vis; 50 km.

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Many stations in and around London already reporting 25c at 9.50am. 

Going to be a scorcher today. 

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Dry,warm and sunny.

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Another very warm day with sunny spells.

Max temp so far 24.9C, Barometer 1023mb steady. Wind F2 NNE, Rainfall Nil

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Temperature :32.5°C

Humidity :39%

Wind speed :1.1 mph

Direction :SSE

 

Barometer 1025.0 mb
 

Altimeter pressure 1028.3 mb

 

 
   
   

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Wall to wall sunshine

Temps around 28c

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Posted (edited)

Saturday 07th July 2018:
 
A fine and rather warm night. Fine and mostly sunny this morning. Another mainly sunny and hot day followed.
 
Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday 28.2∞C.
Minimum temperature overnight 13.0∞C
24-hour maximum 28.2∞C
24-hour minimum 13.0∞C
Minimum temperature on grass 11.1c.
Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 18.4 mph WNW
Rainfall total: 0.0mm
 
Conditions at 09:00 GMT
 
2 Oktas cumulus humilis
Visibility 10 Miles
Temperature: 20.3∞C
Humidity: 68.6%
Dew point 14.3∞C
Wind Direction: WNW Force 2
Barometer 1024.0mb: Trend rising slowly
 
Yesterday.
 
Another fine and dry night. Good sunny spells this morning, warming up quickly. Further sunny spells throughout, hot

Edited by Polar Continental

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A dry and hot day. The morning was sunny but Cu developed by late morning and spread into extensive areas of Sc during the afternoon, limiting the sunshine to brief sunny intervals.

At 1700 g.m.t

Temp; 24.0c

Max today; 26.8c

Min last night; 13.5c

Grass min; 12.2c

Rainfall from 0800-1700 g.m.t; 0.0 mm

Sunshine today so far; 8.67 hrs

Mean wind speed; 11 mph N/NE

6 oktas Cu humilis and Sc

Vis; 80 km.

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Temperature seems to have peaked at 31c at London City Airport. 

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Does anyone know the highest recorded temperature today?

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Posted (edited)
37 minutes ago, Snowjokes92 said:

Does anyone know the highest recorded temperature today?

I think it’s 31c at London City airport, as mentioned above. Not 100% sure though. Sometimes temperature readings come through later in the day. 

Edited by danm

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15 minutes ago, danm said:

I think it’s 31c at London City airport, as mentioned above. Not 100% sure though. Sometimes temperature readings come through later in the day. 

Its only because some people have said on two forum that they reached 34c. Dunno if its accurate or not

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Sunny and warm temperature currently at 20.3.C following  maximum of 26.4.C

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Hot and sunny most of the day,max 27 deg,min 14 deg

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