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Sunday 29th March weather observations


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Dry patchy cloud and breezy

Temp 2.7C, low 2C, Barometer 1039mb steady, Wind F3 NNE, Rainfall Nil

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A windy night with a few light sleet showers yesterday evening and a few flakes of snow this morning.

At 0800 g.m.t

Temp; 2.7c

24 hr max; 8.6c

24 hr min; 0.7c

Grass min; -1.5c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0800 g.m.t; Trace

Mean wind speed; 25 mph NE

5 oktas Cu and Sc

Vis; 55 km.

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Sunday 29th March 2020

 

Clear spells and breezy, ground frost also. Cloud increasing this morning, light snow shower here at observation.

 

24-hour maximum 9.9c

24-hour minimum 1.8c

Minimum temperature on grass -1.2c

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 23.0mph NE

Rainfall total: tr.mm

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

7 Oktas Stratocumulus.

Visibility >10 miles.

Temperature: 4.6c

Humidity 72.7%

Wind Direction: NE Force 4-5

Barometer 1041.8mb rising.

 

Yesterday.

 

Clear spells, breezy overnight. More cloud around this morning blowing in on a cold NE wind, a few sunny spells. Mostly and feeling cold throughout, especially in the fresh NE wind. Dry.

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A cold but dry start to the day with a bitter NE wind.Sunny spells with patchy cloud thick enough to produce a few flakes of snow.Current temperature 5c.

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Dry sunny spells and cold

Temp 5.1C, Barometer 1040mb rising, Wind F4 NNE, Rainfall Nil

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A cold day with sunny spells and afternoon snow flurries

Max temp 7.8C, now 6.3C, Barometer 1041mb, Steady, Wind F3, NNE, Rainfall Trace

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A chilly, windy day with light showers of snow or snow pellets.

At 1700 g.m.t

Temp; 3.3c.

Max today; 5.6c

Min last night; 0.7c.

Grass min; -1.5c

Rainfall from 0800-1700 g.m.t; Trace

Sunshine today; 3.3 hrs.

Mean wind speed; 26 mph NE

Highest gust today; 49 mph NE at 0309 g.m.t

7 oktas Cu and Sc

Vis; 80 km

Light shower of snow pellets

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