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Friday 14th February weather observations

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Dry light winds

Temp 1.9C, Low 1.1C, Barometer1011mb rising, Wind F1 SSW, Rainfall Nil

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Dry start

Temp 4.1c

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Dry with patchy Ci and Cotnrails giving a lovely pink sunrise, white ground frost in places with a low of 1.1 C

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Dry and cloudy with a strengthening south westerly currently gusting to around 30mph

Temp 3.0c

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Yesterday evening's showers soon died out and the night was dry with clear spells. Hill fog developed around 0530 and cleared again by 0915. A few brief sunny intervals around 0900 but it's now overcast.

At 0900

Temp; 1.6c

24 hr max; 6.6c

24 hr min; 0.9c

Grass min; -2.8c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0900; 0.8 mm

Mean wind speed; 23 mph S

7 oktas Ci, Cs and St

Vis; 1000mts

Snow drifts remaining.

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Some light rain in the afternoon dying away right now

Max temp 9.1C, Barometer 1007mb steady, Wind F3 SSW, Rainfall 0.4mm

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A cloudy day with drizzle or light rain p.m after a dry morning.

At 1800

Temp; 7.5c

Max today; 7.6c

Min last night; 0.9c

Grass min; -2.8c

Rainfall from 0900-1800; 1.2 mm

Sunshine today; 0.14 hrs

Mean wind speed; 21 mph S/SW

Highest gust today; 36 mph S at 1305

8 oktas St

Vis; 10 km.

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Mainly dry and cloudy day. A little light rain/drizzle at times this evening.

Winds: S at 10-15mph

Rainfall: 0.0mm

Current Temp: 9.1c

Max Temp: 10.7c

Min Temp: 1.7c

Pressure: 1010.2mb

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A clear frosty start becoming cloudy then windy from midday with showers and spells of rain,max 8 deg,min 0 deg

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