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October 2019 Barton on Sea, Hampshire

Temperature

Max Temp: 18.1°C (1st)

Min Temp: 2.5°C (28th)

Mean Max: 14.9°C

Mean Min: 8.6°C

Air Frosts: 0

Rainfall

Total: 112.8mm

Wettest Day: 22.4mm (12th)

Max Rain Rate: 90.8mm/hr (17th)

Rain Days: 27

Dry Days: 4

Pressure

Highest: 1025.44 hPa (27th)

Lowest: 996.99 hPa (1st)

 

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October 2019; Redlynch, Wiltshire

Temperature

Max Temp: 18.8°C (1st)

Min Temp: 0.7°C (28th)

Mean Max: 14.3°C

Mean Min: 7.3°C

Additional Stats

Air Frosts: 0

Days above 20°C: 0

Days above 25°C: 0

Days above 30°C: 0

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10 – Cantley weather report for October 2019

Below normal temperatures and well above average rainfall sums this month up. The third month this year with over 100 mm of rain. This is something not seen before in the 15 years of rainfall data. Nor do I recall the RAF Finningley 1942-1995 data showing anything like this.

Mean=10.1(11.5)

Max=13.6 (14.9) The warmest day gave 17.7 on the 5th and the coldest 6.7 on the 26 th

Min=6.6 (8.1) The lowest overnight value=-1.3 on the 31 st to give the first air frost since 15 April and the warmest night was on the 11 th with 13.6

Rainfall=108.4 mm with 21 days showing 0.2 or more and 16 with 1.0 or more. The wettest 24 hour period (00-00) was 26 th with 25.0.

No snow or fog but 3 ground frosts (5) and 1(1) air frost

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October - Hobart, Tasmania

This was the fourth driest October in 138 years of records. I have a graph for that. This year has been very dry in eastern Tasmania and for Australia overall. The mean temperature anomaly was +0.5c above 1981-2010 or +0.6c above 1961-1990.

Mean maximum:  18.8 ( +1.5 )

Mean minimum:  7.7 ( -0.6 )

Rainfall:  18mm ( average 61mm )

Rain days ( +1mm ) :  5/from 9 

A slow moving high pressure system over the Southern Ocean directed cool southerly winds between the 4th-11th. It is unusual to have a slow moving high so far south, especially in spring. The weather was very cloudy with light showers at times mainly over the hills. Showers increased on the 11th as a cold front moved up from the south and the snowline dropped to 1000m. The high moved to the south on the 12th bringing a cold easterly wind off the sea then a temporary warm up as the high to the east directed a northerly airflow. A cold front on the 15th brought rain ( 7mm ) making it the wettest and coldest day of the month and this was followed by settled weather with morning fog - ahead of a cold front on the 19th bringing a few showers and a dusting of snow to 800m. Progressively warmer between the 20th-25th then weak fronts bringing cooler weather on the 26th-27th with just a brief shower. Heating up impressively at the end of the month across southern Australia with high pressure consolidating to the east of the continent with north to north-west winds. A front on the 30th turned winds from the south with no rain, then it was back to warm northerlies as the high reasserted influence.

Extremes in daily temperature for October ( records since 1882 ) :

High max:  28.2.....3rd ( record 34.6 in 1987 )

Low max:  12.4.....15th ( record 6.0 in 1958 )

High min:  15.9.....25th ( record 20.2 in 1933 )

Low min:  2.9.....5th ( record 0.0 in 1889 )

Historically dry October

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