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V heavy rain and now thunder and lightning in BS34.

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Just heard thunder!!!

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Gipsy Patch lane in Bristol after the deluge around 2pm! Never seen this road flood to the point the drains are pumping the water out. The water has now gone but the manhole covers have been displaced.

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Today can be described as 'saturation'.

19C with a 18C dewpoint. Been pouring on and off all day so heading for the wettest day of the year so far - after so many weeks without any rain! Felt like the tropics coming out of the air conditioned gym not long ago.

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21 minutes ago, MP-R said:

Today can be described as 'saturation'.

19C with a 18C dewpoint. Been pouring on and off all day so heading for the wettest day of the year so far - after so many weeks without any rain! Felt like the tropics coming out of the air conditioned gym not long ago.

How many mm Mike?

Just 3.5mm here, been showers or drizzle on the edge of the rain bands all day.

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22 minutes ago, Andy Bown said:

How many mm Mike?

Just 3.5mm here, been showers or drizzle on the edge of the rain bands all day.

31mm up to now - so comfortably the wettest day of the year so far!

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Been on and off drizzly rain all day here.
Only 4.8mm so far.
SSW wind has picked up since lunchtime to 12-14mph with plenty of 20-25mph gusts.

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Heavy rain, drizzle, moderate rain, drizzle, heavy rain mix today. And the moderate and heavy rain spells have been the longest. Grass and hedges are going to grow well the next week or 2! Amazing growing season this year so far - and just at the point it was about to stop as its been so dry, we’ve had the wettest day here since early June. 

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Wettest day for some time here with 7.0mm so far. Stayed cloudy when it wasn't raining earlier but felt quite warm and humid this afternoon. Reached 17.9°C, currently 17.3°C

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Apologise for the lack of posts have been extremely busy with work. Anyway fun little evening, we have finally had a storm! Not the most impressing but Ill take it, Most of did just miss us to our East but heard some pretty cool loudish rumbles

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33.4mm the end total. Quite the soaking.

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Heavy rain here now. Heavier than most of the rain during the day was. 17.3°C

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It's tanking down here in Ludgershall.

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13.6mm yesterday, and a further 5.6mm of rain after midnight. It's just started again too.

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10.0mm here since midnight. Just stopped for the moment. 

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Final total from the system is 6.7mm.  All the heavy stuff went round us both during the day and overnight.  First day since June 17th that the temperature has failed to reach 20°C, max yesterday was 18.9°C

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Guys  I need a quick bit of help.

Im thinking of going back to Fairford today from Worcs,  but Im seeing predictions of heavy showers around again.  I will basically cry if pay for another ticket and stuff gets cancelled.  

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A surprisingly low 7.1 mm of rain from yesterday. Very much between anything interesting. Main thing of note was the temperature which only got to 18.5 °C which is easily the lowest max so far this month and the only day 21 °C or higher hasn't been reached. 

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5.9mm of rain was the total Yesterday and a further 14mm since midnight.
Brightening up nicely now, wind has died down to 5-8mph and WSW

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22.6mm in total from drizzle yesterday and heavy rain after midnight. Currently sunny and 20.2°C

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19.4mm from the rain yesterday and overnight last night. Sunny and warm again now. 20.7°C

 

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17.7°C was the high here yesterday, coolest day in a while.

Overnight the low was 15.9°C.. Currently mostly sunny and 23.6°C

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Currently blue skies at 22°C

A new weather template has become available, so I have just set it all up.

https://warehamwx.co.uk/pwsWD/

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Absolutely wonderful in Swanage! Also due to the shape of the coastline the breeze is actually off the land so it isn’t feeling cool at all 

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1 hour ago, Andy Bown said:

Absolutely wonderful in Swanage! Also due to the shape of the coastline the breeze is actually off the land so it isn’t feeling cool at all 

Wait until you try to get home, the Purbeck slow lane will take it's toll especially as the Ferry is out of order..Could consider the dive west at Corfe and then go around..

 

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