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

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And we have more!  Tail end of another cell just going over.  Never thought I'd be pleased to see rain in June!

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Cloudy earlier on but a bit brighter later this afternoon. Reached 15.9°C, currently 13.0°C

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Lovely autumn evening here. Even spotted some baby mammatus.

 

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I have to say, the models have been very consistent regarding rainfall totals for parts of our region. 20 to 30mm possible on Friday.

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Morning!

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The shower above fizzled out, but we did pick a bit of rain from the next one in the line as it moved up from Purbeck.

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Was sunny. But now black clouds with towers

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Posted (edited)
23 minutes ago, mike5900 said:

Was sunny. But now black clouds with towers

Yep. All sorts going up around here and over your way.

Edit : Moderate/heavy shower moving through now.

 

 

Edited by jtay

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Posted (edited)
13 hours ago, Mapantz said:

I have to say, the models have been very consistent regarding rainfall totals for parts of our region. 20 to 30mm possible on Friday.

Oh good, some decent rainfall at last, my plants are in need of some good rainfall to bring them on. I still think looking at the suggested forecast that the forward speed of the two rain fronts, the first with the heavy rain, and the second with more showers (but potentially heavy) is going to be the keep. The speed of transition right now looks relatively quick, but of course the intensity will also determine the amount. I think the commute tomorrow morning is going to be a challenge for some, glad I'm working from home tomorrow. Of course I am talking about my location, others such as Devon & Cornwall could well experience longer periods of rainfall, based on the suggested forecast as the front "arches" forwards..

Edited by Dorsetbred

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Sunny with scattered cloud. SSW Breeze 10 mph. 17.0c. Al change tomorrow afternoon. Weather warning out.

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A very pleasant day thus far with lengthy sunny spells after a cool night. Some showers popping up locally now though.

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Mostly sunny so far and pleasant when out of the breeze. 15.7°C

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Not a bad day, sunshine and showers this morning. Has remained dry with sunny spells this afternoon and up to 19.1°C earlier. Currently 18.4°C

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There was a pretty intense shower here this morning, around 7:10am. A rain rate of 73.8mm/hr recorded.

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Today has been gorgeous. Lot's of sun and a max temp of 17°C.

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If the trend of only one properly wet day per month is to continue then tomorrow will be that day. 

March ; 89mm including 24mm in one day

April ; 46mm including 29mm in one day 

May ; 32mm including 22mm in one day 

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Still no measurable rain this week, really surprising, but surely that will have to change by tomorrow?! I have to say it will be welcomed. Been a pleasant week for working outside anyway with temps in the high teens. Very comfortable. 

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If it had not been for the strength of the wind, today would have been a perfect summer's day for me.  Blue skies with some lovely cloudscapes this afternoon, nothing from the towering clouds that Mike mentioned this morning for which I was very grateful as I had a whirly thingee full of washing out!

Yesterday's rainfall total was 3.7mm, most in a day since the middle of May.

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I was out in t-shirt and shorts as usual today, it did feel nice when the sun was out in the sunny spells, but when a cloud floats over and the breeze picks up it makes me want to reach for my sweater! Oh well, will be reaching for the rain coat tomorrow, certainly.. 

Currently 16.7°C

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Sunny for most of the day but a bit cloudier for a while around lunchtime and felt cool in the breeze. Reached 16.0°C, currently 10.2°C

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Very much the calm before the storm out there now. Lovely crescent moon and all manner of medium to high level cloud increasing ahead of the storm.

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2 minutes ago, Andy Bown said:

Very much the calm before the storm out there now. Lovely crescent moon and all manner of medium to high level cloud increasing ahead of the storm.

Looks stormy to the south of here, well it did not long ago before it got dark.

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Posted (edited)

Yep.. calm out there, for now. Currently 12.7°C

More rain than wind, MO has gusts maxing out around 30mph tomorrow so that's typical for a breezy day.

Edited by CheesepuffScott

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Posted (edited)

Not a bad day today, was fairly cloudy this morning with some impressively looking stormy skies. This cleared at lunchtime as was replaced with sunshine and a few passing clouds, high was 20.6C

Winds now starting to shift E/SEly and slowly picking up ahead of the Biscay storm. Currently 11.2C.

Edited by Dean E

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