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A new thread I think, now meteorological Summer has begun. ?

Temp made 24°C yesterday. 

304.4 hours of sunshine for May, not too shabby.

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So now that May is over I've finished the month with a whopping 0.8mm of rain. Wonder how long it'll take to reach that this month.

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A high of 23.9c yesterday.
Wind was breezy yesterday, but had little effect on the temperature.
16c at midnight and a low of 14c at 5am

May rain was 4mm total, from two days on May 1st and May 4th.

Very bright and blue this morning, 16.3c, NE wind 6-10mph.

A hotter day tomorrow from the forecasts, the forecast rain chance for Wednesday is now 20-35% for some of the daylight hours.
Have my torch and slug pellets ready. Need some actually, as my Nematode homemade bucket is empty at the moment.

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Morning All, after an overnight low of 10.6°C at: 05:13, the temperature begins it daily climb, currently @ 14.6°C, with a RH73% and pressure bouncing along at 1021.7mb..the beach looking clear with one family of early starts..

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9.7°C was the low overnight.. warming up nicely this morning with blue skies. 
Off to Bournemouth for my first outing in a while.. 

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1st day of meteorological summer and when I now look for lengthy spells of high pressure. Such is the atypical nature of this year that the interim charts look more like what we should’ve had in April lol. Hopefully only a very brief unsettled spell with some meaningful rain. I have no patience for lengthy cloudy weather that doesn’t even bring any proper rain.

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Sunny with blue skies. Might be the warmest day of the year again today as it’s not far off yesterday high now. 23.7°C

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Just hit 26.1°C here. I'm breaking old concrete up and burying it at the moment. Sweating loads, but have drank about 6 litres of water. ?

Warmer tomorrow.

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Reached 25°C for the first time this year not long ago although it’s dropped back slightly since then. 24.6°C

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Scorchio ☀️

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Not quite as high as yesterday but still glorious.

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Got to 26.1°C which is a touch ‘cooler’ than yesterday.

Glorious blue skies.. in Bournemouth earlier.

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7 consecutive days between 24.3c to 25.4c maxes! A likely 8th tomorrow then how long until it’s this warm again!

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Warmest day of the year although it cooled down a bit later on this afternoon when a sea breeze developed. Reached 25.2°C, currently 18.5°C

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Topped out at 26.7°C today. I think 27°C is possible tomorrow. The UKV suggests the highest temps will be along the South coast.

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Posted (edited)

A high of 25.5c mid afternoon yesterday.
Was still 17.6c at midnight and a low of 14.4c at 4am.

Now 16.9c, very light NNE wind.
Cloudy skies this morning. Blue sky and bright sun just starting to move in.

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Morning All, a double digit night with 10.3°C at: 05:31, now on the rise again currently 20.1°C with an 8mph wind out of the N, RH60 % and the pressure seemingly slightly lower than of lat at 1020.4mb...

Big question, so what will tomorrow bring I wonder?

The early starts have hit the beach, where tents seem the order of the day for social separation...

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Sunny with some cloud around. 23.0c.

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Close to being the warmest day of the year again. 24.7°C

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High cloud doing its best to ruin a sunny day. Seriously do one!

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Lot more high cloud around today compared to last few days but its been a great spell of weather with temperatures between 23-25°C last week! Currently 23.8°C

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Posted (edited)

Warmest day of the year again after yesterday. 25.4°C

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