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Another dry and calm night and frosty night under clear skies

Temp -1.8c

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Dry clear spells and the coldest night since last year.

Temp -1.4C, low -1.7C, Barometer 998mb rising slowly, Wind F1 ESE, Rainfall Nil

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Coldest night this year here in North Wolves, or all season?, down to -3.7C currently.

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Dry frosty start 

Temp  -0.4c

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Cloudless frosty start, the 4 th consecutive, a low of -2.1 C

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Cold clear and frosty morning.

Current Temp: -0.2c

Overnight Low: -3.6c

Winds: Light and variable

Rainfall: 0.0mm

Pressure: 1004.1mb Rising slowly

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Cold and calm start with plenty of sunshine and some patchy cloud

Temp 0.7c

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A dry, clear night and a dry and sunny start to the day.

At 0900

Temp; 2.8c

24 hr max; 4.8c

24 hr min; -1.0c

Grass min; -4.4c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0900; Trace

Mean wind speed; 3 mph W/NW

1 okta Ci and Ac

Vis; over 80 km.

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A mostly sunny afternoon and feeling quite pleasant in the sunshine.

Current Temp: 8.5c

Winds: Light and variable

Rainfall: 0.0mm

Pressure: 1008.8mb Rising slowly

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It's been a great respite from the rain with sun most of the day. Temps hit 8.0c. Looks short lived though.

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After a very cold start a dry mild day with sunny spells

Max temp 9.2C, now 7.2C, Barometer 1006mb rising rapidly, Wind F1 W, Rainfall 0.2mm melted frost

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Dry and sunny until early afternoon when increasing cumulus gradually reduced the sunshine to sunny intervals.

At 1800

Temp; 4.4c

Max today; 7.7c

Min last night; -1.0c

Grass min; -4.4c

Rainfall from 0900-1800; 0.0 mm

Sunshine today; 6.9 hrs

Mean wind speed; 5 mph W

Highest gust today; 18 mph W at 1318

6 oktas Sc and Cu

Vis; 50 km.

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A frosty start leaving a good sunny day,some patchy cloud later,max 7 deg,min -2 deg

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Dry and clear evening.

Current Temp: 3.8c

Max Temp: 12.0c

Winds: SW at 5-10 mph

Rainfall: 0.0mm

Pressure: 1013.5mb Steady

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The complete opposite of yesterday - dry with long sunny spells after a frosty start, feeling quite pleasant in the sunshine in the afternoon. Maximum 10.3, minimum -0.1. Wind light W.

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