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Really have escaped most of the rainfall here today, only recorded 3.8mm.

Looks like an extra 2-4mm maybe heading my way before the band moves off South West.

Temp at 9.7°C after a high of just 13.8°C today. Felt like March!

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More rain over the last hour than the rest of the day but still only 6.2mm here today. 9.5°C

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Maximum on the 10th. here was 13.8 deg C, 10.3mm of rain, and it was the coldest June day here since 11th.June 2012 (when it just failed to reach 12  and there was 40mm of rain!).

June ain't bustin out all over.

 

 

 

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34mm in the gauge!

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48.2mm at our local weather station. Wettest day since 3rd June 2008.

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Coldest June day here I can remember.. since 2012. The max being 12.4°C

A few periods of heavy rain overnight and a low of 8.1°C — currently grey and drizzly, temp 9.0°C

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Autumn's arrived in my back garden - never seen so many fallen leaves in early June

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Words do not describe how foul it is outside. The house also feels cold this morning.

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Euro4 is going for some pokey showers down South later on this afternoon and into the evening. Other models seem to vary from nothing to a fair bit less.

Suppose it all depends on the Sun showing it's face later on to the South East. We shall see.

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24.7mm in last 24 hours.  Max yesterday 18.8°C thanks to some morning sun, currently struggling at 10.2°C.  Bitter NE wind to add to the misery.

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Midday, 11th June.

9.5c and chucking it down, with a biting NE wind.

I cannot remember a June day like this in my lifetime. I'm sure someone will find a few in meto historical data.

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40 minutes ago, Bristle boy said:

Midday, 11th June.

9.5c and chucking it down, with a biting NE wind.

I cannot remember a June day like this in my lifetime. I'm sure someone will find a few in meto historical data.

There are many May days I can think of but the closest in June I can think of is 25th June 2007, but even then it got up to 15C.

 

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3 hours ago, jtay said:

Euro4 is going for some pokey showers down South later on this afternoon and into the evening. Other models seem to vary from nothing to a fair bit less.

Suppose it all depends on the Sun showing it's face later on to the South East. We shall see.

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Will be interesting to see, who's right, as NW doesn't suggest these kicking off.

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Rain is just pestering out now.  If only we could get a bit of sun now....

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After a cloudy day it’s been sunny for the last hour here with plenty of blue sky overhead but now it’s gone dark to the west. Feels warm in the sun. 17.6°C

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Just now, matt111 said:

After a cloudy day it’s been sunny for the last hour here with plenty of blue sky overhead but now it’s gone dark to the west. Feels warm in the sun. 17.6°C

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Yeah, Sat24.com shows that on the latest images.

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Still cloudy here, but it looks brighter to the South.

 

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Rain and drizzle most of the morning. Now sun trying to shine. 

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7 hours ago, Andy Bown said:

34mm in the gauge!

44mm (1 and 3/4 inch) here!!

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Hmm

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Overcast all day here in Stroud, heavy drizzle the last 3 hours, intermittent drizzle/rain/occasionally dry this morning. Pretty grim all round! 

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Convergence has now initiated shower activity over the Poole & Bournemouth area, could lead to training and local flash flooding this afternoon.

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The 'secret model' has gotten today's small line of showers absolutely bang on.

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The line of convergence seen two hours ago from Poole Harbour, this is panoramic view going from South on the left through West and North to the right. Winds were very light at the time. It's now getting very dark, large rain drops.

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No showers yet.. but they’re approaching from the east. Temp is 12.2°C

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