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THR: Getting wet in Yorkshire.

ECML-Route-Weather Watch


Welcome to my Blog, bringing you my weather observations through North East Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, North Nottinghamshire, South Yorkshire, North Yorkshire and into the City of York during my daily commute from Melton Mowbray, by car and train.

Thursday 20th March 2008:

Getting wet in Yorkshire.

Melton Mowbray 06:30hrs 4.9'C

This morning in Melton Mowbray it was overcast and quite mild I as I started out on my last commute of this shorter week.

The grey cloudy skies continued through the drive East to Grantham and onboard the train heading North. It all changed between Doncaster and York when some light precipitation started around the Askern area. This quickly became heavier and heavier with Hambleton, just to the west of Selby getting a good soaking.

York this morning is very wet with heavy rain making it a miserable Thursday.

I am heading to a wedding on the northern edge of the North Yorkshire Moors tomorrow so I am hoping to see something much colder and white!

Temperature at 06:30 was 4.9'C, lowest recorded overnight temperature minus 1.4'C. Pressure at 06:30 was 1009 hPa (falling)

Easter Weekend: Will it or won't it? Last chance for some of the white stuff!


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