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

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Cloudy and breeze is picking up, temperature also dropping from a high of 21.8°C @ 12:44.. currently 19.9°C

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That’s our hot air balloon flight cancelled for the second time.

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Where's the rain? Bone dry apart from a few spots of drizzle. Temp down to 17.2°C

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32 minutes ago, CheesepuffScott said:

Where's the rain? Bone dry apart from a few spots of drizzle. Temp down to 17.2°C

Been quite heavy on and off in Warminster since around midday. Much needed he said through gritted teeth!

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Briefly had some quite heavy rain but only for about 15 minutes. A couple of mm from that lot at least. Beginning to brighten up a bit now.

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18 minutes ago, Andy Bown said:

Been quite heavy on and off in Warminster since around midday. Much needed he said through gritted teeth!

Send some down here please! 

15.1°C

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Grand total of 0.2mm, just about enough to settle the dust.

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Rain passed through here not long ago, didn’t last long and was mostly light. Cloudy now and feeling cool. 15.2°C

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Got down to 8.6°C overnight. A mostly cloudy start this morning, currently 11.8°C

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Feeling slightly fresher today, however still comfortable in the sunshine. Received no rain at all yesterday and only totalled 23mm of rain for the entire month of May, the below average rainfall continues.

Currently 20.8°C and mostly sunny. Breezy with SW'ly winds.

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Full sunshine from 10am >. Temp 18°C.

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Sunny and warmer than yesterday bit still feels fairly cool in the breeze. 16.3°C

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Sunny spells today, a bit of a breeze but nice when the sun is out. Reached 21.1°C earlier, currently 18.2°C

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As ever with these days of showers coming up the spine of the peninsula, we get nowt.  A blustery, mostly sunny, day with a nip in the breeze when the sun's gone in.  Back to the watering can this evening.

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We’ve had a few brief showers at the edge of the shower streamer that’s been to the NW since late morning. Otherwise plenty of sunshine. Temperature has been yoyoing between 14c to 19c depending on which phase the conditions are in.

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Sunny all day here and not too bad when sheltered from the breeze. Reached 17.3°C, currently 13.6°C

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Carrying on May's theme of 'usable' weather today with lengthy bright spells. Never particularly warm other than in the sun. Cloudier this evening.

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I have a another weather station set up and one of the sensors reads PM 2.5 levels. The last day or two, I have been getting readings that are considered 'bad' I thought it might be faulty, but after reading an article, it may have been correct. Apparently, wild fires in Canada have had their smoke carried right across the Atlantic to the UK and have shown up on satellite imagery.

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Just had a thunderstorm here

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8 hours ago, Mapantz said:

I have a another weather station set up and one of the sensors reads PM 2.5 levels. The last day or two, I have been getting readings that are considered 'bad' I thought it might be faulty, but after reading an article, it may have been correct. Apparently, wild fires in Canada have had their smoke carried right across the Atlantic to the UK and have shown up on satellite imagery.

Excuse my ignorance, but what are PM 2.5 levels please?

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Bit of undulatus out to the West, this morning. 

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2 hours ago, Lyn-M said:

Excuse my ignorance, but what are PM 2.5 levels please?

The term fine particles, or particulate matter 2.5 (PM2.5), refers to tiny particles or droplets in the air that are two and one half microns or less in width. ... The widths of the larger particles in the PM2.5 size range would be about thirty times smaller than that of a human hair.

Particulate matter contains microscopic solids or liquid droplets that are so small that they can be inhaled and cause serious health problems. Some particles less than 10 micrometers in diameter can get deep into your lungs and some may even get into your bloodstream. Of these, particles less than 2.5 micrometers in diameter, also known as fine particles or PM2.5, pose the greatest risk to health.

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2 hours ago, jtay said:

Bit of undulatus out to the West, this morning. 

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It’s been a very plumey sky this morning, without the plume!

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