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The coldest night in a while with clear skies and a widespread frost

Temp 0.9c 

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Clear frosty start

Temp 3.2C, low 2,4C, Barometer 1016mb rising, Wind F1 SSW, Rainfall since midnight nil

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Dry, frosty, clear skies, air frost white,  current low -1.9 C

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A dry, clear night with a gentle NW breeze. Fog developed in the valleys during the early hours and briefly spread up to this level for half an hour after dawn before receding again. Dry and sunny, but with thick fog in the valleys, at the moment.

At 0900

Temp; 1.6c

24 hr max; 8.1c

24 hr min; 0.5c

Grass min; -4.1c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0900; 5.3 mm

Mean wind speed; 1 mph NW

1 okta Ci

Vis; 3 km

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09:30 GMT

4°C

Sunny

Feels Like 2°C

H 8° / L 6°

UV Index 0 of 10

Wind SW 3 miles per hour

Humidity 93%

Dew Point 3°C

Pressure 1021.3 mb

Visibility 10 miles

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Overcast dry with light winds,not to bad out tbh. 

 

 

 

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Tuesday 04th December 2018

 

Turning mainly clear overnight, widespread frost. At observation, Sunny, frost. High and mid level cloud increasing through the morning slowly blotting out the sun.

 

Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday 10.2C.

Minimum temperature overnight -1.2c

24-hour maximum 10.2∞C

24-hour minimum -1.2C

Minimum temperature on grass -4.9c.

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 20.9 mph WNW

Rainfall total: 0.1mm

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

2 Oktas Altostratus.

Visibility 5 miles

Temperature: -0.2∞C

Humidity: 90.4%

Dew point -1.6∞C

Wind Direction: Calm Force 0

Barometer 1017.2mb: Trend rising.

 

Yesterday.

 

Rain cleared away before midnight, leaving a night with variable cloud. Moderate rain setting soon after dawn. The rain turning light and showery shorty after observation, bright spells developing. The showers cleared away after mid morning leaving sunny spells and variable.

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Cold, misty and frosty all day.

Current Temp: 1.3c

Today's High: 1.9c

Overnight Low: -2.1c

Wind: 2mph SSW

High Wind Gust: 10mph

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Wonderful cold Winter's day here on the Yorkshire Wolds , didn't get above 3 c all day long , very hard white frost that lasted all day long in the shade 

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A few sunny spells at first but cloudy by lunchtime and it stayed that way. Now dry cloudy. A cold day over all.

Max temp 5.3C now 3.9C, Barometer 1022mb rising, Wind F1 SW, Rainfall Nil

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A mainly sunny morning followed by a cloudy afternoon as high and medium level cloud increased from the west. Persistent fog all day in the Derwent valley.

At 1800

Temp; 2.5c

Max today; 4.1c

Min last night; 0.5c

Grass min; -4.1c

Rainfall from 0900-1800 trace ( melted rime )

Sunshine today; 2.98 hrs

Mean wind speed; 8 mph S

Highest gust today; 13 mph NW at 1000

8 oktas As

Vis; 30 km.

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