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Tuesday 16th June weather observations


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Misty warm with light drizzle

Temp 13.9C, Barometer 1012mb steady, Wind F1 NNE, Rainfall Trace

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A humid and cloudy night with high and medium level cloud throughout the evening and into the early hours as an area of heavy showers moved north west about 20 miles south of here. Towards dawn North Sea stratus spread in to give thick fog from 0500-just before 0800 g.m.t. There was a light shower around 0645 g.m.t but since then it's been dry and cloudy with the sun attempting to break through the cloud at times.

At 0800 g.m.t

Temp; 13.6c

24 hr max; 21.5c

24 hr min; 12.8c

Overnight min; 12.9c

Grass min; 10.9c

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

Mean wind speed; 3 mph NE

8 oktas St

Vis; 1 km

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Tuesday 16th June 2020

 

Heavy showers and Thunderstorms in the area cleared away through the early hours. Mostly cloudy this morning, a few brighter spells forming in the low cloud.

 

24-hour maximum 22.0c

24-hour minimum 14.5c

Minimum temperature on grass 11.4c

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 11.9 mph E

Rainfall total: 3.1mm 

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

7 Oktas stratus, Altostratus.

Visibility 5 miles

Temperature: 16.4c

Humidity 90.6%

Wind Direction ENE Force 2

Barometer 1014.9mb falling slowly.

 

Yesterday.

 

Mostly cloudy overnight turning misty and foggy. Dawning foggy, visibility <200 yards. Fog slowly lifting, by observation, misty and overcast. The sun slowly burnt of the low cloud through the morning, so by late morning good sunny spells developing, feeling very warm by afternoon. Some scattered heavy showers with thunder in the area by late evening.

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Cloud hanging in there sadly little in the way of sunshine

Temp 20.1C, Barometer 1011mb steady, wind f2 NNE, Rainfall Trace

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Warm, cloudy and humid night with a heavy downpour shortly after midnight with a low of 14.7c. Dry morning with sunny spells. Thunderstorm moving in at 2pm and just beginning to clear.

Current Temp: 17.0c

Winds: E and variable

Rainfall: 10.7mm

Pressure: 1013.4hpa (falling)

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Sun finally burnt the cloud off now warm with sunny spells

Max temp so far 22.6C, now 22.1C, Barometer 1010mb falling slowly, Wind F1 ENE, Rainfall trace

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Overcast until 1400 g.m.t then sunny intervals as the low cloud dispersed. Lots of distant showers during the afternoon, with thunder heard a long way to the south at 1500 g.m.t, but it remained dry here.

At 1700 g.m.t

Temp; 19.2c

Max today; 20.9c

Min last night; 12.9c

Grass min; 10.9c

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

Sunshine today so far; 0.7 hrs

Mean wind speed; 8 mph S/SE

7 oktas Cb, Cu congestus and Ac

Vis; 50 km.

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A fairly sunny afternoon after a thunderstorm passed through at 2pm. The evening starting dry before more thunderstorms moved in from the SE around 8.30pm with lingering rain from the storms slowly beginning to clear. Max temp 23.2c.

Current Temp: 13.9c

Winds: Light and variable 

Rainfall: 26.4mm

Pressure: 1013.1hpa (rising)

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Dry and warm with sunny spells up to mid afternoon then a single torrential thundery shower around 4.30pm with nearly 20mm of rain in as many minutes, the most rain we've had in a day for months. Dry and fresher thereafter. Maximum 24.8, minimum 13.4. Wind light S.

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