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Dry calm and mostly clear turning chilly again after a very pleasant Monday afternoon

Temp 5.5c

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mild dry with light wids

Temp 6.5C, Barometer 1032mb falling, Wind F1 SW, Rainfall nil

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Clear sky, just missed an air frost with a low of 0.1 C

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Better than yesterday morning

It's Dry, sunny and clam with no cloud at all

Temp 2.7c

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A dry, clear and mild night ( though it did just manage a ground frost) and a warm and sunny start to this morning. Very low humidity again, 50% at 0900.

At 0900

Temp; 11.1c

24 hr max; 14.2c

24 hr min; 6.6c

Grass min; -0.5c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0900; 0.0 mm

Mean wind speed; 8 mph S

0 oktas cloud

Vis; 15 km.

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After yesterday's dense fog that lasted until lunch, today is sunny and clear. It is warming nicely from a low of -0.3C and the frost has nearly all melted. Now 4.5C.

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Tuesday 26th February 2019

 

Mainly clear overnight, widespread frost developing. Sunny this morning frost melting.

 

Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday 16.2c.

Minimum temperature overnight -0.8c

24-hour maximum 16.2c

24-hour minimum -0.8c

Minimum temperature on grass -3.4c.

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 12.9 mph SSE

Rainfall total: 0.1mm

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

0 Oktas  clear.

Visibility 4 miles.

Temperature: 1.9c

Humidity: 92.6%

Dew point 0.8c

Wind Direction: E Force 1

Barometer 1030.2mb Trend steady.

 

Yesterday.

 

Another clear night, colder than recently with a widespread sharp frost. Mist and shallow fog patches forming over near by fields. Sunny so far this morning, frost melting. Unbroken sunshine throughout, feeling very mild and pleasant in the sunshine.

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South Ockendon, as of 15:21 GMT

Temperature 17 °C

Clear sky with Sunshine

UV Index 2

Humidity 54%

Wind Direction Easterly

Wind Speed 8 miles

Wind Gusts 13 mph

Dew Point 6°C

Visibility Medium

Pressure 1,032.2 mb ↓

 

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Worth comparing the midday sounding a year ago at at Nottingham with today's

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A good inversion this morning. When I left the house the temp was 7C however going down only a little bit you could feel the premature drop and there was a ground frost. Anyway a lovely spring like day well early may more like

Max temp 18.2C, now 14.7C, Barometer 1029mb falling, Wind F2 SSE, Rainfall nil

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This amazing weather continues, yet another warm day with wall to wall sunshine, a mx of 19.2 C

This is probably the warmest winter day in this area, the previous Mx's are, including RAF Finningley data from 1942-1995

January 15.0  5th 1957

February today + 18.9 here 1998 and 18.6 here 25 th 2012, Finn=17.9 on 23 rd 1990

December=3 dates (not given)=15.5 C

Edited by johnholmes
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Probably the same here but most the records my father recorded are in Western Park

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A warm, sunny and cloudless day with the highest February maximum since I started keeping records in 1963.

At 1800

Temp; 11.7c

Max today; 16.4c

Min last night; 6.6c

Grass min; -0.5c

Rainfall from 0900-1800; 0.0 mm

Sunshine today; 8.53 hrs

Mean wind speed; 8 mph S/SE

Highest gust today; 19 mph S at 0515

0 oktas cloud

Vis; 30 km.

Edited by Terminal Moraine
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Another cold clear start with a ground frost then dry, sunny and exceptionally warm for February. Today was by far the warmest February day on record in Reading. Maximum 20.0 (just made it! 19.6 at the university, the nearest official station), minimum 0.4. Wind light E.

Edited by Stargazer

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A frosty start leaving a very warm sunny day,max 14 deg,min 0 deg

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