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Another very cold and dry night with a widespread hard frost 

Temp -5.1c

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Cold and snowy in Exeter.  

Temperature: -1C

Snow depth: ~5cm

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Dry cold frosty

Temp 1.1C, low -1.7C, Barometer 990mb steady, Wind F2 NE, Rainfall nil

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Light snow

Temp 0.3c

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High cloud with some bright gaps. Currently -0.9C after a low of -4.3C. Just enough snow  - maybe 1cm  - fell sometime after 1am to make it look pretty. There looks to be a 5+ northeasterly so expect it will feel cold unless the sun makes an appearance.

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Friday 01st February 2019

 

Mainly cloudy overnight, cloud breaking for a short time towards dawn. Frost. Turning overcast this morning, occasional light snow flurry.

 

Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday 0.1c.

Minimum temperature overnight -1.5c

24-hour maximum 0.1c

24-hour minimum —6.2c

Minimum temperature on grass -3.5c.

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

Rainfall total: 0.3mm

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

8 Oktas Stratocumulus.

Visibility 10 miles

Temperature: 0.1c

Humidity: 88.7%

Dew point -1.5c

Wind Direction: ENE Force 2-3

Barometer 987.2 Trend rising slowly.

 

Yesterday.

 

Clear and very cold overnight, The day dawned misty, widespread severe frost. low -7.7c with -11.1c on the grass. A few watery sunny spells before high and medium level cloud increased through the morning. The afternoon overcast, dry and cold, temperatures remaining close to freezing all day.

 

January 2019:

 

Mean temperature: 3.5c (-0.7c) (of local average 1992-2014)

Maximum temperature: 11.5c on the 7th.

Minimum temperature: -7.7c on the 31st

Grass Minimum:  -11.1c on the 31st.

Rainfall 35.4mm

Wettest 24 hours = 6.6mm on the 18th

Maximum wind gust: 41.9mph W 13th.

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A mainly dry and cloudy night with a slow rise in temperature, although it remained below freezing throughout. One or two very light snow, or grain snow, showers this morning.

At 0900

Temp; -1.2c

24 hr max; -1.2c

24 hr min; -4.7c

Overnight min; -3.0c

Grass ( snow ) min; -3.5c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0900; 0.1 mm

Mean wind speed; 19 mph N/NE

7 oktas Ac, Cs, Sc and St

Vis; 12 km

Mean depth of lying snow; 3.5cm. 95% cover

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A light covering of snow to start the final month of winter

Currently dry and calm with variable cloud and some sunny interludes

Temp 0.8c

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Overnight snow left around an inch of cover,now dry breezy and cloudy.

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On and off snow showers all morning.

Current Temp: 1.3c

Overnight Low: -4.7c

Wind:7mph N

Max Wind Speed: 20mph

Lying snow: 3cm

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Another cold and calm start to the day. Temp at 8am was -12.5c

Cloud increased during the morning. Snow is forecast to start around 1pm

Temp has increased, currently -4c

 

 

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A cold day with one or two snow showers briefly heavy leaving a short cover

Max temp 1.3C, now 1.1C, Barometer 995mb rising, Wind F3 NE, Rainfall 0.2mm

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Overnight snow left about 25mm on the ground here and slightly more on nearby fields. Overcast and very cold with light wintry precipitation at times, mainly sleet, giving a slight thaw during the day. I really don't understand the Met Office's amber warning centred on Reading - they were still showing it on BBC weather this morning long after the main snow band had gone and the radar showed snow heading NW away from us and no sign of anything heading our way at all this morning.  Maximum 1.7, minimum 0.2. Wind light NNE.

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A cloudy day with snow showers, most of them this morning.

At 1800

Temp; -0.4c

Max today; 0.1c

Min last night; -3.0c

Grass ( snow ) min; -3.5c

Rainfall from 0900-1800; 0.4 mm

Sunshine today; 0.00 hrs

Mean wind speed; 17 mph N

Highest gust today; 35 mph N/NE at 0921

7 oktas Cu and Sc

Vis; 30 km

Mean depth of lying snow; 4.0cm. 100% cover

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Some snow showers overnight and later in the morning. Cold.max 2 deg min -2deg

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