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A strong and cold westerly wind with frequent showers variable cloud between the showers.

Current wind gusts in excess of 50mph

Temp 3.5c

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light sleet and wet snow showers

Temp 2.3C, low 2.2C, Barometer 993mb rising slowly, Wind F2 WNW, Rainfall 0.6mm

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The odd shower - still windy

Temp 5.5c

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Variable could with isolated very light rain showers, still a breeze, a low of 3.5 C

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Tuesday 11th February 2020

 

Clear spells overnight, windy. A little patchy frozen snow lingering <10% cover. Bright and sunny spells so far this morning, less windy by observation. Feeling cold.

 

24-hour maximum 7.1c

24-hour minimum 1.3c

Minimum temperature on grass -0.5c

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 34.6mph SSW

Rainfall total: 5.1mm

 

Conditions at 08:00 GMT

 

4 Oktas Stratocumulus, Cirrocumulus.

Visibility >10 miles.

Temperature: 3.0c

Humidity 77.4%

Wind Direction: W Force 4

Barometer 1001.4mb rising.

 

Yesterday.

 

Windy overnight, squally showers. Further squally showers of moderate rain and sleet this morning, turning brighter towards observation, less windy. Further mainly light sleet showers through the morning. The afternoon saw a spells of moderate sleet, this quickly turning to heavy wet snow which gave a light covering of 2 cm towards mid afternoon. Brighter spells followed late afternoon and most of the snow thawed. Temperature dropping from a high of 7.1c around noon to near freezing by mid afternoon.

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Cold with sunny spells and the odd wintry shower.

Winds: W at 20-30mph

Rainfall: 0.0mm

Current Temp: 2.2c

Low: 2.1c

Pressure: 1000.7

 

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A mainly dry night, just an occasional light snow shower, with clear periods. Sunny intervals and showers of snow and snow pellets so far this morning.

At 0900

Temp; 1.3c

24 hr max; 5.1c

24 hr min; 0.2c

Overnight min; 0.5c

Grass ( snow ) min; -1.5c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0900; 5.9 mm

Mean wind speed; 26 mph W

 4 oktas Cu and Cb

Vis; 30 km

Mean depth of lying snow; 5.3cm. 100% cover. Drifts  60 cm deep in exposed areas

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I saw a few wet flakes while driving 2 hours ago!

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A mostly dry afternoon with sunny spells.

Winds: WSW at 15-25mph

Rainfall: 0.0mm

Current Temp: 4.7c

Pressure: 1004.4

 

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A day of sleet and snow showers giving a slight covering ever so often. First day of the winter when Snow has been visible all day on the moors. A rare cold day

Max temp 4.1C, now 3.6C, Barometer 1002mb rising slowly, Wind F2 WSW, Rainfall 4.8mm

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A chilly day with sunny intervals and brief showers of snow, snow pellets and ice pellets. A slow thaw of lying snow this afternoon.

At 1800

Temp; 2.1c

Max today; 2.7c

Min last night; 0.5c

Grass min; -1.5c

Rainfall from 0900-1800; 0.5 mm

Sunshine today; 2.1 hrs

Mean wind speed; 24 mph W

Highest gust today; 51 mph W at 1256

6 oktas Cu and Sc

Vis; 80 km.

Mean depth of lying snow 3cm. 70% cover

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Dry and windy with long sunny spells. Maximum 7.3, minimum 4.4. Wind fresh W.

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Dry clear and cold night.

Winds: WSW at 10-20mph

Rainfall: 0.0mm

Current Temp: 2.5c

Max Temp: 6.5c

Pressure: 1006.8

 

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Squally showers of hail,sleet and rain showers,windy,not sticking here but white above 250metres,max3 deg,min 2 deg

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