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Sunday 10th March weather observations

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Dry mostly clear and calm as we get a lull before the next deep low arrives later

Temp 3.3c

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A sight of falling snow which is now easing off a few miles further east they maybe getting quite a bit looking at the radar. A slight covering but not measurable

Temp 0.4C, Barometer 999mb falling, Wind F1 NE, Rainfall since midnight 5.8mm

 

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Overcast with light rain at times, 8.6 mm so far since midnight, a low of 2.6 C, no sign of snow here. I would imagine half way up the M 18 it will be a mix of rain and snow?

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Light wet snow has now stopped and what we've got yet agin unmeasurable is now melting rapidly. Kids who've are lying in will is it.

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Windy dry sunny start

Temp 7.3c

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Sunday 10th March 2019

 

Cloudy overnight, moderate rain through the early hours, this turning to sleet and wet snow towards dawn, producing a slight accumulation. At observation, overcast, light sleet, slight snow cover of 1cm, 60%. Melting.

 

 

Maximum temperature to 18:00 GMT yesterday 10.9c.

Minimum temperature overnight 0.2c

24-hour maximum 10.9c

24-hour minimum 0.2c

Minimum temperature on grass 0.0c.

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 32.8 mph SSW

Rainfall total: 13.1mm

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

8 Oktas  Nimbostratus.

Visibility 4 miles.

Temperature: 1.5c

Humidity: 92.6%

Dew point 1.0c

Wind Direction: W Force 2-3

Barometer 1000.7mb Trend falling.

 

Yesterday.

 

Variable cloud overnight, a few showers. Mainly cloudy this morning, showery rain. The rain cleared away late morning allowing sunny spells, windy. The afternoon saw a few sunny spells, though with high and medium level cloud increasing so by late afternoon and evening it was mostly cloudy.

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Rain arrived around 0100 and soon turned to snow, the snow moderate at times during the early hours and quite sticky, covering all trees and bushes etc. It became dry between about 0700 and 0830 but light snow has returned in the last half hour.

At 0900

Temp; 0.5c

24 hr max; 7.9c

24 hr min; -0.1c

Grass min; 0.1c ( thermometer buried )

Rainfall in 24 hrs to 0900 13.6 mm

Mean wind speed; 6 mph NW

8 oktas As and St

Vis; 12 km

Mean depth of lying snow; 6.5 cm. 100% cover

Edited by Terminal Moraine

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Dry, cloudy and calm start

Currently light rain with the breeze beginning to increase

Temp 3.8c

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Well marginailty killed the morning snow. Light rain sleet and sunny spells after the early morning snow.

Temp 3.2C, Barometer 1005mb rising, Wind F3 SW, Rainfall 9.8mm from midnight

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The afternoon with sunny spells and a few short soft hail showers. A cold day with a notable breeze but overall a better day than forecast

Max temp 6.7C, now 4.5C, Barometer 1008mb rising, Wind F4 W, Rainfall 10.8mm

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Cloudy with light-moderate wet snow until 1100, then sunny intervals and squally showers of snow and small hail.

At 1800

Temp; 0.9c

Max today; 4.4c

Min last night; -0.1c

Grass min; 0.1c

Rainfall from 0900-1800; 1.9 mm

Sunshine today; 3.83 hrs

Mean wind speed; 29 mph W/NW

Highest gust today; 66 mph W at 1351

8 oktas Cb and Ns

Vis; 500 mts

Heavy snow shower

Mean depth of lying snow 3.2 cm. 70% cover and with a fresh cover of 0.5cm in the thawed areas

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A cold day with heavy showers of sleet and some snow sticking on high ground.Max 6 deg min 2 deg

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A windy day with sunny spells and blustery showers around lunchtime, and more showers in the evening with some hail accompanied by a rapid temperature drop. Maximum 10.7, minimum 2.8. Wind fresh W.

Yesterday: dry and windy with sunny spells, rain in the evening. Maximum 14.1, minimum 7.8. Wind fresh W.

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