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South West and Central Southern England Regional Weather Discussion 01/06/2019 Onwards

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5 hours ago, Mapantz said:

Successfully passed through here with nothing, only a slight change in wind direction.

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Classic RAIN?FREEZE night as the skies cleared down came the frost, scraping globules off the windscreen this morning, and with the current humidity levels having to take the time to clear the windscreen inside before driving, ah well tiz winter. Currently at the overnight low of 1.6°C at: 06:40..

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A few light showers so far today. Tenp 6.8°C.

Plenty of rain tomorrow, as indicated by the UKV:

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A few showers earlier but it’s been a dry afternoon with sunny spells and feeling colder again. 6.5°C

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Overnight low was 1.0°C with some frost this morning. Sunny spells today with some showers coming and going and a high of 7.0°C

Currently 2.3°C

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3.4°C currently. Latest UKV still showing close to an inch of rain in some spots tomorrow. One thing's for sure, i'll be going over 1100mm for the year. 🦆

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Well yesterday was interesting, no weather warning but the wind was stronger than the named storm, even had to negotiate a fallen tree on the way home from work. Some lovely Anvil clouds tonight looking like they were over South wales but very high and spectacular. 

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It's so bright outside with tonights moon.

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Beautiful pattern frost on cars for the second time today, stunning full moon and a shooting star 5 minutes ago!

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Stayed dry all afternoon and the sky cleared later on leaving a sunny end to the day. Reached 8.7°C, currently 3.2°C

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Well well well a glimmer of hope for some festive weather on the big day. A long way off I know but we can dream. Certainly signs it may turn colder towards Christmas anyway.

 

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Edited by John88B

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56 minutes ago, John88B said:

Well well well a glimmer of hope for some festive weather on the big day. A long way off I know but we can dream. Certainly signs it may turn colder towards Christmas anyway.

 

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HOHOHO..."I'm dreaming of a white WET Christmas...":santa-emoji:

Edited by Dorsetbred

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Morning All, and for a moment I dreamt it was frosty outside, actually it was until around 4am, when the cloud came in and then just over an hour later the rain falleth..so temperature wise 6.7°C..

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10 hours ago, Mapantz said:

It's so bright outside with tonights moon.

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Sure was. Drove over to Lymington and back, last night.

Pony/deer/cow watch was easy, as the open forest lit up a treat.

 

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Glimmer of hope for those with a little elevation Saturday....

More runs needed though.

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The six given by schools were Nitty Gritty, by Greentrees Primary School, Salisbury; Frosty the Gritter, by Sambourne School, Warminster; Snowhenge, by Wellington Eagles Primary School, Ludgershall; True Grit, by Holy Trinity Primary, Great Cheverell; Brad Grit, by Hindon Primary School, Hindon, Salisbury and Woodford’s Winter Warrior, by Woodford Valley Primary.

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• Ready Spready Go

• Thaw Enforcement

• Grit Happens

• Grittersaurus

• Anneka Ice

• Arnold Schwarzegritter

• Usain Salt

• Spready Mercury

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Another one of those days where it never properly gets light... Yawn.

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Wet nearly all day so far but it’s stopped raining in the last half a hour and there’s even a bit of blue sky appearing. 9.7°C

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1 hour ago, matt111 said:

Wet nearly all day so far but it’s stopped raining in the last half a hour and there’s even a bit of blue sky appearing. 9.7°C

Did catch some blue sky before it went dark...a right Dreich day....

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Yes I noticed how bright it was last night, moon wasn’t even on the side of the bathroom but was still bright through the blind.

1.0°C was the low at 04:26 but rose thereafter.. a high of 8.9°C this afternoon. Overcast all day with rain / showers. 

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Just realised how low the pressure is now - 974mb. 

Thoroughly miserable day for the most part, bar a brief brighter interlude mid afternoon. Been pouring again this evening.

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974.47mb here. I do believe that's the lowest since Sunday, November 20th 2016?!

20.6mm of rain here today. Currently 8.7°C and windy.

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2 minutes ago, Mapantz said:

974.47mb here. I do believe that's the lowest since Sunday, November 20th 2016?!

20.6mm of rain here today. Currently 8.7°C and windy.

Had 970mb here on November 2nd this year so a little way to go down yet.

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An incursion of stratospheric air earler as seen on the Camborne sounding. Note the130kt jet at 400mb

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