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Ended up with 19.1mm of rain today.

The maximum temp outside was recorded at midnight (18.3c) and the daytime maximum at lunchtime was just 17.6c - a full 20c cooler than just two days ago!  

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Nightmare last night...power cut, no fans or anything - it was like trying to get to sleep in a sauna. Lightning was flashing all around and as there were no lights in the house the lightning showed u

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This is not meant to cause offence but I’d appreciate it if you (and others) cease putting a dampener on genuine excitement at the current (and brief!) extreme weather. It’s a weather forum for weathe

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1 hour ago, laddie said:

No figures to hand but that's got to be the wettest 24 hour period in this area for a long long time

Since early June

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Cloudy morning so far, but I don't mind 1 bit, lots of lovely much needed rain yesterday, along with some fresher air, and no sign as yet of another heatwave. Im happy with that

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On 26/07/2019 at 20:50, Lewis1997 said:

I just wonder if the met office might listen or perhaps do some form of investigating in the area to the W and SW of Cambs if pushed enough? 

I give them a few messages on twitter...what else can I do .... I suppose multiple comments from others would help ?

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Morning all,

Had a quick look at Meteox Radar, before I went to bed last night. I couldn't believe the amount of Sferics moving weatwards out of Norway, into the North Sea!! A legacy of our heat and humidity of a few days ago. Very unusual!!

Another very comfortable Night's sleep, last Night thankfully. Although we still had to have both fans on, albeit on a low setting. I also managed to get under our duvet, which is something I havn't been able to for over a Week now.

Have just watched a recording of MeteoGroup's, Weather for the Week Ahead with Susan Powell. 

The Headline graphic stated, "Much cooler and Showery.

After a pretty wet Weekend, this Week starts with a lovely warm Day. Max. Temps around 26c, for the London area. But lurking in the shadows, is an area of Low Pressure down to the S.W. This will start to exert it's influence tomorrow. Some showery rain and a gusty S. wind moving across our Region. Max. Temps of around 22c for the London area. 

By Wednesday, that Low has parked itself over the U.K. and starts to fill. At this time of year, that's normally a recipe for some, slow moving and thundery downpours, which I'm sure will delight the Brontophiles around our Region. Max.Temps., still around 22c.

By Thursday, our Low should start to move out into the North Sea. Still a few showers around to begin with and Max.Temps. of around 24c. By Friday, an area of High Pressure should start to nudge in from the W., settling things down with Max.Temps up to around 25c.

At the moment, it looks like the High, will be quite transient and that Low Pressure will take hold again, by the end of the Weekend. So staying unsettled,with some rain around, at the beginning of the following Week.

Susan at the end of the Broadcast stated that the big contrast as opposed to last Week, is that it will feel much fresher and considerably, more unsettled.

Hallelujah, more comfortable sleeping!! :clap:

That's the view of MeteoGroup, seen through the eyes of Susan Powell, for the extended Forecast.

Regards,

Tom.    :hi:

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2 hours ago, Captain Shortwave said:

A much better start to the day, warm air aloft and a light SW breeze then it should be a warm one too.

Nice morning here, too. Should continue to receive decent sunny spells this afternoon, light winds with a maximum temperature of 26C expected. Very pleasant and usable indeed, hopefully much of this August can follow suit and not be the grim Atlantic cloud and drizzle fests that have characterised so many previous Augusts. 

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Well still here 'cos someone said thunder. Under a warning for wednesday too.we shall soon see.

 

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Last month was the hottest June ever recorded in Earth’s history, with temperatures nearly 20 degrees Fahrenheit above average. July looks like it’s on track to be the hottest month ever recorded, period.

This year overall is on pace to be the third hottest on record globally, according to Climate Central. Last year was the fourth warmest, behind 2016 (the warmest), 2015, and 2017.

Last year was also the very hottest year on record for the world’s oceans.

taken from twitter. 

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20 minutes ago, shotski said:

Last month was the hottest June ever recorded in Earth’s history, with temperatures nearly 20 degrees Fahrenheit above average.

taken from twitter. 

Are you it's not 2f, shotski?:oldgrin:

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1 hour ago, Froze were the Days said:

Should have reduced his '0' down in size me thinks ? worrying all the same.

It’s in Fahrenheit not Celsius 

If you wanted to be really picky it isn’t the hottest earths ever been by a long stretch.  It should have read hottest since modern day readings. 

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23 hours ago, Bryn Webster said:

I give them a few messages on twitter...what else can I do .... I suppose multiple comments from others would help ?

Would be great if they didn’t acted on it ? glad to see the botanic gardens did it though! But proves even more how hot the area to the SW and W of Cambs was on Thursday. 

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Strangely enough, I’m in the weather enthusiasts brigade. 

Possibly 2 more months for wearing flip flops, lovely ? 

Some nice clouds this evening. 

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1 hour ago, Ben Lewis said:

Beautiful day here today, sunshine and warmth with temps up to 26c 

More rain forecast tomorrow which should please the Wellie brigade. 

I think you’ll find me in the, a bit of everything, brigade. That’s why this summers been so decent to date. 

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