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1 minute ago, Snowy L said:

Cambridge still at 38C with the latest update.

Within the City that wouldn't surprise me, I'm on the outskirts. I should have clarified - looks as though the July record has been broken, but not the all time record.

Temps now cooling off a touch as we head into the evening... 

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9 minutes ago, coriolis said:

Vantage Pro2 reading went from 31.6 to 36.2 in the space of a couple of hours this afternoon. It's now dropped to e meagre 35.7!!! Amazing temps for the coast

We're only in the mid 20s in W. Sussex! 

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May not come onshore but IF it happens it'll give a great light show in the Channel... Off to Camber !

 

http://www.estofex.org/ In the west and northwest of the area where deep-layer shear is stronger, well-organized multicells are possible that could also produce larger hail, up to 5 cm in diameter.

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4 minutes ago, moogyboobles said:

There are three PWS here, it has gone down slightly in the last 5 minutes, we have some cloud! The stations now say 36.9, 36.5, and 36.5. 
My garden thermometer is analogue so not that accurate! 
I keep meaning to get a weather station but can't make up my mind which to get! 

Make a little louvered wooden box painted white and buy some British Standard max/min bulbs (not cheap about £80 each) and house them in it, I'm fairly sure pretty accurate readings. Never quite as hot as inland in Burnham and where you are but fairly confident they're accurate.

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1 minute ago, Froze were the Days said:

Make a little louvered wooden box painted white and buy some British Standard max/min bulbs (not cheap about £80 each) and house them in it, I'm fairly sure pretty accurate readings. Never quite as hot as inland in Burnham and where you are but fairly confident they're accurate.

A job for the winter when I have some time off work! Thank you!

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6 minutes ago, Froze were the Days said:

Make a little louvered wooden box painted white and buy some British Standard max/min bulbs (not cheap about £80 each) and house them in it, I'm fairly sure pretty accurate readings. Never quite as hot as inland in Burnham and where you are but fairly confident they're accurate.

Where would you advise buying British standard max/min bulbs? Online or best to avoid? Many thanks. 

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2 minutes ago, Lewis1997 said:

Where would you advise buying British standard max/min bulbs? Online or best to avoid? Many thanks. 

I'll get back to you...I got them about 8/9 years ago from a specialised site (can't remember what)

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15 minutes ago, TN26 said:

May not come onshore but IF it happens it'll give a great light show in the Channel... Off to Camber !

 

http://www.estofex.org/ In the west and northwest of the area where deep-layer shear is stronger, well-organized multicells are possible that could also produce larger hail, up to 5 cm in diameter.

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Jury's gap will be best, im only a few mins away from there

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8 minutes ago, Lewis1997 said:

Where would you advise buying British standard max/min bulbs? Online or best to avoid? Many thanks. 

Metcheck instrumentation sell them - gallium filled rather than mercury, but they're a lot more expensive now than when I bought them - £190 each but the real deal...

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Just now, Froze were the Days said:

Metcheck instrumentation sell them - gallium filled rather than mercury, but they're a lot more expensive now than when I bought them - £190 each but the real deal...

Lovely thank you! 

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22 minutes ago, tomp456 said:

We're only in the mid 20s in W. Sussex! 

Went up to 28C at one point in Bognor Regis, thankfully now dropping as the cloud thickens. Didn't read our July record of 30C which we had yesterday. Still time though as once the cloud clears the temps shoot up again and I do mean in the shade!

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19 minutes ago, moogyboobles said:

A job for the winter when I have some time off work! Thank you!

Metcheck Instrumentation sell the bulbs...BUT they're twice the price now when I bought them 10 years ago, gallium filled rather than mercury (safer)...don't forget hinges for the front panel. Here's mine.

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10 minutes ago, Froze were the Days said:

Metcheck instrumentation sell them - gallium filled rather than mercury, but they're a lot more expensive now than when I bought them - £190 each but the real deal...

Thank you too! 

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