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Blimey a bit of rain falling from the sky. A warm calm start with thin high cloud which is thin enough to the east to allow some sunshine

Temp 14.1C, low 13.3C, Barometer 1022mb falling, Wind Calm, Rainfall Trace

 

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Dry partly cloudy warm start

Temp 19.1c

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Posted (edited)

A dry start to the night but showers during the early hours, and since dawn, have broken the long drought. Cloudy with light-moderate rain at the moment.

23 consecutive  days without measurable rain was the longest summer drought here since 1976 when there was a 26 day drought from August 2nd-27th.

At 0800 g.m.t

Temp; 13.1c

24 hr max; 21.4c

24 hr min; 12.5c

Grass min; 12.5c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0800 g.m.t; 0.9 mm

Mean wind speed; 4 mph E

8 oktas Ns

Vis; 20 km

Light-moderate showers

Edited by Terminal Moraine
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Posted (edited)

Friday 13th July 2018:

 

Variable cloud overnight. A light shower producing just 0.3mm of rain through the early hours breaking the drought of 23 days here. Cloudy this morning.

 

Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday 23.6∞C.

Minimum temperature overnight 13.2∞C

24-hour maximum 23.6∞C

24-hour minimum 13.2∞C

Minimum temperature on grass 13.1c.

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 10.4 mph E

Rainfall total: 0.3mm

 

Conditions at 08:30 GMT

 

8 Oktas Altostratus, Cumulus humilis.

Visibility >10 Miles

Temperature: 15.7∞C

Humidity: 88.2%

Dew point 13.8∞C

Wind Direction: E Force 2

Barometer 1020.8mb: Trend rising slowly

 

Yesterday.

 

Clear spells for much of the night, low cloud blowing in from the east through the early hours. After an overcast morning, the cloud began to thin and break up around noon. The afternoon saw good sunny spells, feeling warm.

Edited by Polar Continental

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A dull cloudy morning and on the cold side for July so far. Now raining lightly again.

High temp so far 15.2C now 14.8C, Barometer 1023mb steady Wind F1 S, Rainfall trace.

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Dry with sunny spells and light winds.

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Temperature 22 °C

Humidity 60%

Wind speed and direction 4mph Easterly winds

     
Visibility is good      

UV index 6

Pollen Medium

Pressure 1022mb falling

     
       
       
       
       
   
     
       
     
       
       
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Posted (edited)

Dry this morning with large amounts of cloud and brief sunny spells, feeling a little cooler than recently.

This afternoon, again dry with more in the way of sunshine / sunny spells. warm in the sun again.  Temps 25c inland.19-20c on the coast. 

Edited by J10

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After a cold morning light rain and drizzle died out by lunch time and the sun finally made appearance in the afternoon with temperatures rapidly rising although too late in the day for it to become hot.

Max temp 23.2C now 22.6C, Barometer 1020mb falling, Wind F2 ESE, rainfall Trace

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A cloudy morning with moderate showers at first. It became dry shortly after midday, the cloud broke by 1300 g.m.t and the afternoon was warm with sunny periods. Cloud increased again from the west after 1700 and in the last hour there's been a heavy shower.

At 1800 g.m.t

Temp; 19.7c

Max today; 20.7c

Min last night; 12.5c

Grass min; 12.5c

Rainfall from 0800-1800 g.m.t; 5.1 mm

Sunshine today; 4.13 hrs

Mean wind speed; 8 mph E

Highest gust today; 14 mph E at 1529 g.m.t

7 oktas Cb, Cu and Sc

Vis; 65 km.

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Dry and very warm with sunny spells. Heavy rain all around - Thatcham, Basingstoke, High Wycombe and west London - but the storm shield is still intact here in Reading, with no more than trace amounts of rain since 3 June. Maximum 26.5, minimum 15.0. Wind light S.

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A faint shower overnight and this morning but only enough to wet the tarmac,clearing to give a sunny remainder,a brief sharp shower in the evening giving our first real rain in over a month,max 21 deg,min 15 deg

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