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Remaining dry with mostly cloudy skies with a light north easterly breeze

Temp 7.7c

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Dry mild with high level cirris cloud

Temp 5.7C, low 5.4C, Barometer 1021mb steady, Wind F2 NNE, Rainfall Nil

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Dry clear start 

Temp 7.1c

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Dry and bright with the sun shining through Ci, gave a lovely deep orange sunrise; a low of 4.6 C

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Continuing dry though a lot more cloud than we've seen in recent days

Temp 9.2c

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A dry and mainly clear night although patches of Ci to the east and south east made the sunshine hazy at first this morning.

At 0800 g.m.t

Temp; 9.8c

24 hr max; 17.1c

24 hr min; 4.4c

Grass min; 2.1c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0800 g.m.t; 0.0 mm

Mean wind speed; 12 mph NE

2 oktas Ci

Vis; 30 km.

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Thursday 23rd April 2020

 

Dry overnight, clear spells, high cloud increasing. Hazy sunshine this morning.

 

24-hour maximum 18.8c

24-hour minimum 5.2c

Minimum temperature on grass 2.5c

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 19.5mph NE

Rainfall total: 0.0mm 

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

3 Cirrostratus.

Visibility >10 miles.

Temperature: 12.5c

Humidity 73.2%

Wind Direction: ENE Force 3-4

Barometer 1022.1mb rising steady.

 

Yesterday.

 

Clear overnight, sunny this morning. Another day of deep blue skies and unbroken sunshine. Feeling warm out of the fresh NE wind.

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Dry very warm day once again. More cloud around than of late so hazy at times

Temp 16.3C, High 16.6C, Barometer 1020mb falling slowly, Wind F2 NNE, Rainfall Nil

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The sun hazy again after cirrus cloud makes a come back. However a very warm day without the nagging breeze.

Max temp 19.9C, now 18.5C, Barometer 1018mb falling slowly, Wind F2 ENE, Rainfall the normal Nil

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A dry and warm day with long spells of sunshine, the sunshine becoming increasingly weak during the afternoon as cirrus thickened.

At 1700 g.m.t

Temp; 16.1c

Max today; 18.2c.

Min last night; 4.4c

Grass min; 2.1c

Rainfall from 0800-1700 g.m.t; 0.0 mm

Sunshine today; 8.0 hrs

Mean wind speed; 9 mph E

Highest gust today; 23 mph NE at 0910 g.m.t

7 oktas Ci

Vis; 75 km.

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Mostly sunny and very warm. Just some high cloud at times making the sunshine hazy.

Current Temp: 21.2c

Overnight Low: 3.9c

Max Temp: 22.0c

Winds: NE at 5 to 10 mph

Rainfall: 0.0mm

Pressure: 1020mb

 

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Dry and sunny,warm without the cool wind of late,a little cloud later,max 17 deg,min 6 deg

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