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Remaining dry calm and cold with mist also developing

Temp 1.8c

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Cool and frosty light wins and clear skies

Temp 0.8C, Barometer 1020mb falling rapidly, Wind F1 S, Rainfall Nil

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Dry frosty start

Temp 1.6c

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Clear cold frosty start

Wind: Light from SSE 

Rainfall: 0.0mm

Temp: -0.3c

Overnight Low: -2.1c

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Friday 07th February 2020

 

Clear spells overnight, widespread frost. Clouding over before dawn and the frost lifted briefly before the sky cleared again allowing the frost to reform. Clear and frosty so far this morning.

 

24-hour maximum 8.4c

24-hour minimum -1.9c

Minimum temperature on grass -5.2c

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 4.6mph SE

Rainfall total: 0.0mm

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

0 Oktas Clear.

Visibility 4 miles.

Temperature: 0.9c

Humidity 94.2%

Wind Direction: E Force 2

Barometer 1019.7mb falling.

 

Yesterday.

 

Becoming clear overnight, widespread frost. Shallow freezing fog forming towards observation, visibility down to <50 yards, blue sky visible overhead. The fog cleared away during the morning with unbroken sunshine for the rest of the day.

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A clear start to last night but fog developed during the early hours and became thick by 0600. Currently thick fog but with patches of blue sky above allowing the occasional brighter interval. The first air frost here since December 18th!

At 0900

Temp; -0.4c

24 hr max; 7.7c

24 hr min; -0.5c

Grass min; -4.5c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0900; 0.2 mm

Mean wind speed; 11 mph SE

6 oktas St

Vis; 150 mts.

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38 minutes ago, Terminal Moraine said:

A clear start to last night but fog developed during the early hours and became thick by 0600. Currently thick fog but with patches of blue sky above allowing the occasional brighter interval. The first air frost here since December 18th!

At 0900

Temp; -0.4c

24 hr max; 7.7c

24 hr min; -0.5c

Grass min; -4.5c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0900; 0.2 mm

Mean wind speed; 11 mph SE

6 oktas St

Vis; 150 mts.

Was that your first January without an air frost TM?

We managed a third consecutive air frost today with a min temp of -1.6C, making it the coldest night of the 'winter' so far. Patchy fog overnight has cleared to give overcast and misty conditions.

Currently 4.2C with a strengthening south-easterly wind.

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Sunny spells though the afternoon.

Winds: SSE at 10-15mph

Current Temp: 8.0c

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A day with average temperatures and sunny spells.

Max temp 6.7C, now 5.8C, Barometer 1009mb falling rapidly, Wind F2 S, Rainfall 0.2mm melted frost

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Thick fog until around 1000, then sunny for a few hours before high and medium level cloud moved in to give a mainly cloudy, but bright, afternoon.

At 1800

Temp; 4.8c

Max today; 5.4c

Min last night; -0.5c

Grass min; -4.5c

Rainfall from 0900-1800; Trace ( melted rime )

Sunshine today; 3.0 hrs

Mean wind speed; 14 mph S/SE

Highest gust today; 27 mph SE at 1426

 7 oktas As and Ac

Vis; 50 km.

Edited by Terminal Moraine

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A frosty,sunny start leaving a mainly cloudy day,max 6 deg,min -1 deg

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Cold start with fog clearing by mid morning. Long sunny spells thereafter, clouding over in the evening. Maximum 8.6, minimum 0.3. Wind light SE.

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Dry and Overcast

Winds: SW at 10-20mph

Rainfall: 0.3mm (frost melt)

Max Temp: 9.6c

Current Temp: 9.0c

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