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Increasing cloud yesterday evening eventually brought light-moderate rain after midnight, with some short bursts of heavy rain earlier this morning. The rain cleared to the north by 0500 g.m.t and there was thick fog for a couple of hours. Since 0800 g.m.t it's been dry with a few bright intervals.

At 0800 g.m.t

Temp; 12.3c

24 hr max; 17.3c

24 hr min; 11.1c

Grass min; 9.1c

Rainfall in 24 hrs ending 0800 g.m.t; 8.5 mm

 Mean wind speed; 8 mph E

8 oktas St

 Vis; 1 km

Terminal Moraine
Terminal Moraine | 3 Minutes Ago

Friday 30th July 2021

 

Cloud increased late evening, a spell of moderate rain through the early hours. A few brief bright and sunny spells this morning, on the whole mostly cloudy with showers scattered around.

 

24-hour maximum 21.0c

24-hour minimum 12.2c

Minimum temperature on grass 9.9c

Maximum wind gust: (Midnight to Midnight) 24.2mph WNW

Rainfall total: 7.2mm

 

Conditions at 09:00 GMT

 

5 Oktas Cumulus congestus, mediocris.

Visibility 10 miles

Temperature: 15.4c

Humidity 89.2%

Wind Direction E force 3

Barometer 999.4mb Trend falling.

 

Yesterday.

 

Clear spells 1 or 2 brief showers. Sunny spells this morning though cloud bubbling up quickly. Further sunny spells, variable amounts of cloud, dry here, breezy.

Polar Continental
Polar Continental | 8 Minutes Ago
UK Severe Convective & Storm Forecast - Issued 2021-07-30 09:20:36
Valid: 30/07/2021 0600 - 31/07/2021 0600
THUNDERSTORM WATCH - FRI 30TH JULY 2021
Click here for the full forecast
Nick F
Nick F | 10 Minutes Ago
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Perhaps the first tentative hints of improvement creeping into the day 10 range across the south from the ECM 0z ensemble mean...? 🤞...I’m not ready for autumn yet! 😉 

Jon Snow
Jon Snow | 18 Minutes Ago

Yes there have been. Last summer there were Ellen and Francis in August (two of the most notable August storms in 50 years - MO).  In 2018 Hector in June. They are all listed https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/warnings-and-advice/uk-storm-centre/uk-storm-season-2019-20

And some have threads back in this Storms and Severe Convection Discussion. The Storm Naming is a tool to help get out clear information about severe weather, along side the national weather warnings. It is usually just windstorms in summer and this one was aimed at holidaymakers in SW Britain, particularly Cornwall.

Jo Farrow
Jo Farrow | 30 Minutes Ago
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Storm Evert moving steadily eastwards today with yellow warnings for south coast. Worst over for the winds but heavy, thundery downpours today for Wales and England.

WWW.NETWEATHER.TV

Storm Evert brought a wild night to SW Britain, particularly Cornwall. This low will move across southern Britain today with heavy downpours and strong winds for English Channel coasts.

 

Jo Farrow
Jo Farrow | 37 Minutes Ago
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