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Sunday 14th June weather observations


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Cloudy warm with a light NNE breeze

Temp 13C low 12.5C, Barometer 29.95 rising, Wind F2 NNE, Rainfall Nil

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Sunday 14th June 2020

 

Variable cloud overnight. Dawning mainly cloudy and misty. A good deal of low cloud this morning, odd brighter spell.

 

24-hour maximum 15.6c

24-hour minimum 12.1c

Minimum temperature on grass 8.0c

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 15.5 mph E

Rainfall total: 1.8mm 

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

8 Oktas stratus.

Visibility 4 miles

Temperature: 15.6c

Humidity 92.4%

Wind Direction E Force 3-4

Barometer 1014.5mb rising .

 

Yesterday.

 

Cloudy and misty overnight. Dawning misty, low overcast, damp underfoot. Cloud slowly thinning and breaking this morning allowing bright and brief sunny spells. Sunny spells becoming more prolonged through the morning and in to the afternoon. Cloud building at times threatening showers. Turning mostly cloudy by early evening with some moderate showery rain, this clearing away by mid evening.

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A dry night with clear spells during the evening and then fog during the early hours and until 0700 g.m.t. Cloudy since 0700 g.m.t but with brighter intervals through the cloud at times.

At 0800 g.m.t

Temp; 13.2c

24 hr max; 21.1c

24 hr min; 10.6c

Grass min; 7.6c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0800 g.m.t; 0.1 mm

Mean wind speed; 10 mph NE

8 oktas St

Vis; 1 km

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Cloudy with light winds

Temp 15.5C, Barometer 1012mb steady, Wind F2 NNE, Rainfall Nil

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The cloud took longer to burn off and only now are the sunny spells prevalent

Temp 21.1C, Barometer 1012mb falling slowly, Wind F2 ENE, Rainfall Nil

 

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Yrs the cloud took until 1300-1400 before sizeable gaps appeared, yesterday it was blue skies by 1130, very warm now with a mx of 23.4 C so far

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