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  • Location: Caterham-on-the-hill, Surrey, 190m asl (home), Heathrow (work)
  • Location: Caterham-on-the-hill, Surrey, 190m asl (home), Heathrow (work)

    Overcast with light snow falling, a dusting overnight.

    Temp: 0.3 °C

    Wind: SW at 9 mph

    Pressure: 1007 mb, falling

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  • Location: Hockley, Nr. Southend, Essex
  • Location: Hockley, Nr. Southend, Essex

    Grey, overcast - still have snow lying in sheltered places.

    Temp 1.7°C

    Dew Point -0.4°C

    Wind SSW at 6.0 mph

    Barometer 1006.6 mb & Falling

    Wind Chill -1.2°C

    Anything exciting going to happen here today :huh: Nobody knows - let's wait and see, I like surprises B)

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  • Location: Mackworth, Derby. 94m/308.4 ft ASL
  • Location: Mackworth, Derby. 94m/308.4 ft ASL

    light rain here in south Lincolnshire, pretty dismal actually. It doesn't feel very cold not like yesterday when the wind was frezzing in jeans.

    Temp 3.2c and rising

    1001mb

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  • Location: Crowborough, East Sussex 180mASL
  • Location: Crowborough, East Sussex 180mASL

    Crowborough, East Sussex 220mASL

    0815rs Tuesday 1/3/05

    Overcast although reasonably bright with light snow showers.

    Yesterday's high temperature reached a balmy 1C with continued light snow fluries mainly towards the evening. Snow lying in shelterd places and in shadow has not thawed, but cloud cover helped keep overnight minimum at -1.5C. Ice is once again a problem this morning with any falling snow freezing as it reaches the cold ground.

    Total snow accumulation for the winter is about 23.0cm with snow at some point on each of nine consecutive days at the end of February and 12 days in total for the whole winter period.

    Rainfall for February is well below average at 25.1mm with an avearge temperature of 3.7C and 0.9C dewpoint, and 15 days of northerly wind direction.

    Weather for today is complicated by a number of low pressure centres sitting over the UK and Scandinavia. These will track south over the next 48hrs and as they do so, will pull cold continental air - originating in the arctic - over the UK. This air will circulate over both the North Sea and immediate Atlantic, picking up moisture as it does so and depositing precipitation overland. The warmer Atlantic will heat the air somewhat and so western flanks of the UK will see mainly rain. Eastern coastal areas and higher ground may see snow for a time especially towards this evening, but any snow will most likely give way to rain as warmer air percolates through the colder more established air of the past few days.

    Temperatures will steadily rise through the morning with a more rapid thaw of any remaining snow.

    Expected high of 4C, feeling like 2C with windchill this afternoon.

    -0.3C (min -0.8C @05:58) windchill -0.3C

    0kts SSW (10 minute average); gusting 6kts (1 minute average over last hour); max gust 8kts @ 01:53

    0.0mm/hr last hour; max 0.0mm/min over last 12hrs; total 0.00mm/12hrs

    1005.9hPa msl corrected, trend falling, -0.3hPa/hr

    82% humidity

    -3.1C dewpoint (-1.0C wetbulb)

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  • Location: just south of Doncaster, Sth Yorks
  • Location: just south of Doncaster, Sth Yorks

    welcome Spring!

    its raining and the temp is 2.7C after a min of 2.0C.

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  • Location: Derbyshire Peak District 290 mts. Wind speed 340 mts
  • Weather Preferences: Rain/snow, fog, gales and cold in every season
  • Location: Derbyshire Peak District 290 mts. Wind speed 340 mts

    Intermittant light snow here for most of the night but with the temp' fractionally above 0c it amounted to only another 2cm.

    Much more than this about 20-30 miles NW of here, 3 major roads closed in north Derbyshire. Looking at the radar run for the last few hours would estimate 7-10cm of fresh snow above about 400mts in that area.

    Temp' at 0900 0.3c

    Min' lat night 0.0c

    Grass (snow) min' -2.1c

    Rainfall from 1800 yesterday ( melted snow) 1.6mm

    Mean wind speed at 0900 12 mph SW, gusting to 15

    8 oktas stratus and nimbostratus

    Continuous light snow falling

    Vis' 150 metres

    Mean depth of undrifted snow 12.0cm ,100% cover

    Barometer 1002.6mb, falling slowly.

    T.M

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  • Location: just south of Doncaster, Sth Yorks
  • Location: just south of Doncaster, Sth Yorks

    hi TM

    I reckon you are in for another dump later today, overnight and still with snow showers tomorrow!

    regards

    John

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  • Location: .
  • Location: .
    Cold 2c, wet, grey, miserable and that's just the office  :huh:

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    Not mild ramping (perish the thought) but it does feel rather spring-like here today. Temp already up to 5.7C, 1000.8mb, min last night 0.8C.

    Double figures today here?

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  • Location: Steeton, W Yorks, 270m ASL
  • Location: Steeton, W Yorks, 270m ASL
    Intermittant light snow here for most of the night but with the temp' fractionally above 0c it amounted to only another 2cm.

    Much more than this about 20-30 miles NW of here, 3 major roads closed in north Derbyshire. Looking at the radar run for the last few hours would estimate 7-10cm of fresh snow above about 400mts in that area.

    Temp' at 0900  0.3c

    Min' lat night    0.0c

    Grass (snow) min'  -2.1c

    Rainfall from 1800 yesterday ( melted snow) 1.6mm

    Mean wind speed at 0900  12 mph SW, gusting to 15

    8 oktas stratus and nimbostratus

    Continuous light snow falling

    Vis'  150 metres

    Mean depth of undrifted snow 12.0cm ,100% cover

    Barometer  1002.6mb, falling slowly.

    T.M

    <{POST_SNAPBACK}>

    The really heavy stuff seems very localised to the South Pennines.

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  • Location: Cheddar, Somerset
  • Location: Cheddar, Somerset

    sleety showers earlier. now, just dull with occasional rain showers. still quite cold, though.

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  • Location: Ealing, Middlesex, UK
  • Location: Ealing, Middlesex, UK

    Ealing, Middlesex Time: 12:02pm GMT.

    Wind from the WSW (240 degrees) at 12 MPH (10 KT) (direction variable)

    Visibility greater than 7 mile(s)

    Sky conditions 100% overcast / dry - Stratocumulus, cumulus.

    Temperature 41 F (5 C)

    Dew Point 35 F (2 C)

    Relative Humidity 80%

    Pressure (altimeter) 29.68 in. Hg (1005 hPa)

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  • Location: Grimsby uk
  • Location: Grimsby uk

    :huh: Had a few rain/sleet showers

    Wind ............ SSW 7 mph ............. Pressure 1002 mb ............ Temp 3c .......... Cloud full cover ............. Rain/sleet at times .............. R/H 24%

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  • Location: North Wiltshire 105m ASL
  • Location: North Wiltshire 105m ASL

    Some lying snow from overnight quickly melted.

    Just taken the mutt for a walk....bad timing... must have been the heaviest pulse of rain seen here since Christmas! Right *****y miserable, only 4.2C Steady rain all morning. Typical.. heaviest precip for ages and its too warm for snow :huh:

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  • Location: Ealing, Middlesex, UK
  • Location: Ealing, Middlesex, UK
    Ealing, Middlesex Time: 12:02pm GMT.

    Wind  from the WSW (240 degrees) at 12 MPH (10 KT) (direction variable) 

    Visibility  greater than 7 mile(s) 

    Sky conditions  100% overcast / dry - Stratocumulus, cumulus. 

    Temperature  41 F (5 C) 

    Dew Point  35 F (2 C) 

    Relative Humidity  80% 

    Pressure (altimeter)  29.68 in. Hg (1005 hPa)

    <{POST_SNAPBACK}>

    Ealing, Middlesex Time 13:45pm

    Wind from the WSW (240 degrees) at 13 MPH (11 KT) (direction variable)

    Visibility greater than 7 mile(s)

    Sky conditions 100% overcast - Stratocumulus, cumulus.

    Weather Light rain

    Temperature 41 F (5 C)

    Dew Point 37 F (3 C)

    Relative Humidity 86%

    Pressure (altimeter) 29.62 in. Hg (1003 hPa)

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  • Location: Berlin, Germany
  • Weather Preferences: Ample sunshine; Hot weather; Mixed winters with cold and mild spells
  • Location: Berlin, Germany

    After a dull damp start (no snow) its now 6C and gloriously sunny! Lovely it is to actually not freeze ones ass off outside..

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  • Location: Hockley, Nr. Southend, Essex
  • Location: Hockley, Nr. Southend, Essex

    Overcast - Dry - Snow all melted :huh:

    Temp +6.3°C

    Dewpoint +2.8°C

    Humidity 78%

    Wind SW at 9.0 mph

    Barometer 1003.0 mb & Falling

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  • Location: Derby - 46m (151ft) ASL
  • Location: Derby - 46m (151ft) ASL

    A strange day so far:

    This morning, left derbyshire at 05.30 @ 2oC. This was rain.

    All down the M1 (Leicestershire to Northamtonshire) the temp fluctuated between 1-2.5oC.

    At North Luton on M1, temp was between 0.5oC and 1.5oC with snow fall. The snow then continued from here down to the M25 jntn. Between M25/M1 Jntn to Erith (Kent), it was a mixture of sleet and snow, and occasional rain.

    On the way back, temperatures were generally between 5-6.5oC, with mostly sunny conditions. Lovely.

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  • Location: Canterbury, Kent
  • Location: Canterbury, Kent

    Well i'm here to report that I have just seen a rain shower pass me by. Yes thats right. rain apart from last Saturday thats the first time I have seen rain since the 20th of Feb before this cold snap arrived. Winds are coming in from the SW (also the first time in ages) and the temperature has dropped from 7c to 5c which is a bit milder of late but still quite cool.

    All the snow had melted apart from by six foot tall snowman! It will take more than a rainshower to melt this beauty!

    WBSH ;)

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  • Location: Beccles, Suffolk.
  • Weather Preferences: Thunder, snow, heat, sunshine...
  • Location: Beccles, Suffolk.

    An odd day here too. Sleet and wet snow around 6am, then sunshine, then hail and sleet, then sunshine, then sleet. Now it's clouding-up from the northwest and the NE wind has backed W or NW...Something interesting lies upwind, methinks?? ;):):)

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