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Remaining dry and calm with increasing cloud and very warm

Temp 25.0c

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An unpleasant hot night at first still very warm and clear skies after a brief early morning shower and one very distant rumble of thunder

Temp 20.4C, low 19.9C, Barometer 1007mb steady, Wind F2 SSW, Rainfall 0.2mm

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Cloudy start with patchy rain

Temp 18.5c

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Mu warmest night ever with the lowest value on 21.6 C, dry with sunny spells and variable quite large amounts of cloud

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A warm and fairly cloudy night, most of the cloud high and medium level but thick enough to produce a light shower during the early hours. Dry with a few sunny intervals so far this morning.

At 0800 g.m.t

Temp; 19.2c

24 hr max; 32.1c

24 hr min; 17.8c

Grass min; 15.9c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0800 g.m.t; 0.1 mm

Mean wind speed; 13 mph SW

7 oktas Ac, Ci, Cu humilis and St fractus

Vis; 20 km.

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Staying dry warm and calm but with more cloud around this morning

Temp 24.7c

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Friday 26th July 2019

 

Hot for the first part of the night. Scattered thunderstorms moved up from the south through the early hours. Temperature dropping to a more comfortable feel. Dawning partly cloudy. A few brighter spells though mostly cloudy by observation.

 

 

24-hour maximum 34.0c Local Record.

24-hour minimum 17.5c

Minimum temperature on grass 11.1c.

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 16.1mph S

Rainfall total: 5.0mm

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

7 Oktas  Altostratus, Altocumulus.

Visibility  >10 miles

Temperature: 20.6c

Humidity: 85.3%

Wind Direction: W Force 2

Barometer 1007.8mb Steady.

 

Yesterday.

 

A mainly clear night, sunny so far this morning, already feeling hot. Turning very hot by afternoon, with the temperature hitting 34.0c a local record going back to 1992.

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Despite plenty of cloud bringing the odd spot of rain the few sunny spells have made for a warm morning

Temp 23.1C, Barometer 1010mb rising slowly, Wind F1 S, rainfall 0.2mm since midnight

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Thunderstorms during the 2nd half of the afternoon have really freshened things up after 33c yesterday afternoon it's currently 21.1c and falling

A huge change in 24-hours

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Cloud prevented another hot day here but it was rather humid throughout and when the sun did come out albeit briefly it felt quite very warm. One or two very light showers during the day and a few stormy looking skies as remnants of old storms passed close or over us. Still humid even now.

Max temp 24.7C now 22.1C, Barometer 1009mb steady, Wind F1 Variable. Rainfall 0.2mm since midnight

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A lot of medium level cloud during the day with one or two spots of rain. A few sunny intervals during mid afternoon but cloudy again by 1500 g.m.t with further spots of rain.

At 1700 g.m.t

Temp; 20.4c

Max today; 22.5c

Min last night; 17.8c

Grass min; 15.9c

Rainfall from 0800-1700 g.m.t; Trace

Sunshine today; 1.83 hrs

Mean wind speed; 2 mph W/NW

8 oktas As, Ac and St

Vis; 60 km.

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A thundery shower overnight,very warm.A cloudy and humid day,just a few sunny spells,max 26 deg,min 20 deg

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It was the warmest night on record here with an overnight min of 21.8C. The temperature actually peaked at an astonishing 26.4C around 3am and was accompanied by strong winds due to a heat burst. The morning was warm and mostly cloudy with occasional sunny spells. The afternoon saw a few moderate thundery showers before turning dry in the evening. The 24 hour minimum temperature was a whole 1C above the previous July and annual record, set last year.

Max Temp: 26.7C
Min Temp: 20.1C
Mean Wind: 11mph SW
Max Gust: 26mph
Rainfall: 1.4mm
Sunshine: 2.3hrs

Currently mostly cloudy with a temp of 20.2C and very muggy at 88% humidity.

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https://www.lincolnshirelive.co.uk/news/local-news/rare-heat-burst-weather-phenomenon-3138530

I saw mention of this rare heat burst on the local news. Temps jumped suddenly 10 degrees to reach 32° C !

  I didn't know if it affected the north bank (E. Yorks),  seems so reef.

Very interesting.

B.  🙂

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1 hour ago, Beverley Lass said:

https://www.lincolnshirelive.co.uk/news/local-news/rare-heat-burst-weather-phenomenon-3138530

I saw mention of this rare heat burst on the local news. Temps jumped suddenly 10 degrees to reach 32° C !

  I didn't know if it affected the north bank (E. Yorks),  seems so reef.

Very interesting.

B.  🙂

It hit us around 3am and sent the temp above 26C. Not quite as extreme as Donna Nook but remarkable nonetheless.

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Posted (edited)

Cloudy and dry all day with fleeting sunny intervals in the afternoon. Plenty of rain on the radar around southern England but we've avoided it until the last few minutes. Maximum 25.6, minimum 18.7. Wind light SW.

Edit: I saw that temperature at Donna Nook yesterday evening and thought at the time that it must be erroneous. Now I understand what happened. Here to the west of London the temperature kept falling as one would expect, but the university weather station graphs show a pronounced dip in humidity around that time. Yesterday was exceptional in so many ways.

Edited by Stargazer

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