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Tuesday 22nd March 2005


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  • Location: Leicester City Centre (Home) Ashby-De-La-Zouch (Work)
  • Location: Leicester City Centre (Home) Ashby-De-La-Zouch (Work)

Please post your current conditions for Tuesday 22nd March 2005.

Temperature: 11.5c

Humidity: 88%

Pressure: 1001mb

Conditions: Light rain

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  • Location: Newhall South Derbyshire
  • Location: Newhall South Derbyshire

Dull overcast Light rain. Been dry for most of the night rain starting last hour or so ago.

Current Weather Conditions

As of:22/03/05 6:00

Temperature: 12.1 °C Wind Chill: 12.1 °C

Humidity: 90 % Heat Index: 12.1 °C

Wind: E at 7.0 mph Dewpoint: 10.5 °C

Barometer: 997.8 mb Rain Rate: 0.0 mm/hr

Todays Rain: 0.8 mm Monthly Rain: 7.4 mm

Storm Total: 0.8 mm Yearly Rain: 63.5 mm

High Temperature: 12.8°C 0:10 Low Temperature: 11.9°C 2:04

High Humidity: 93% 4:07 Low Humidity: 76% 0:02

High Dewpoint: 11.1°C 3:09 Low Dewpoint: 8.3°C 0:02

High Wind: 16.0mph 0:40 Low Wind Chill: 11.1°C 5:24

High Barometer: 999.5mb 0:14 Low Barometer: 997.8mb 5:44

High Rain Rate: 0.3mm/hr 2:00 High Heat Index: 12.8°C 0:00

Edited by Paul Gilliver
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  • Location: just south of Doncaster, Sth Yorks
  • Location: just south of Doncaster, Sth Yorks

cloudy but dry at the moment, more rain out to the sw on the radar, temp is 11.9C with an overnight 'low' of 10.3C.

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  • Location: Warminster, Wiltshire
  • Location: Warminster, Wiltshire

The first decent rain for weeks fell last night - 6mm the approx amount.

The morning has been cloudy and windy until 1030. Then some sunshine and now sharp showers.

Temp 13c.

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  • Location: Grimsby uk
  • Location: Grimsby uk

;) Wet and miserable here.

Wind ........... SLY 14 mph ............ Pressure 1002 mb ........... Temp 13c ........... Cloud full cover ........... Rain yes ............ Humidity 100%

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  • Location: Swansea (West)
  • Weather Preferences: Snow, Thunderstorms, Hot Summer days
  • Location: Swansea (West)

Well after a wet evening, especially around 7:30pm and after 10pm with around 12.7mm upto 7:30 this morning.

Now raining, winds fairly light 12.6°c 76% RH (rising).

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  • Location: Swansea (West)
  • Weather Preferences: Snow, Thunderstorms, Hot Summer days
  • Location: Swansea (West)

Its now brightning up here, I think were having an afternoon of April showers.

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

weather Wet start has gave way to a nice fresh, bright afternoon! ;)

temperature 16c (61f)

wind SW 10mph

sunset 18:12

WBSH :)

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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)

Sunny spells with the odd passing light shower.

Temp: 13.7 °C

Wind: SW at 12 mph

Pressure: 1005 mb, rising

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  • Location: Derbyshire Peak District. 290 mts a.s.l.
  • Weather Preferences: Anything extreme
  • Location: Derbyshire Peak District. 290 mts a.s.l.

Almost 8mm rain last night, the rain cleared by 0930 to leave a cloudy day with a few spots of light rain or drizzle. Thick fog early this morning but this cleared as the rain died out.

Temp' at 1800 10.0c

Max' today 10.9c

Min' last night 9.5c

Rainfall from 0900 0.4mm

Sunshine today 0.03 hrs

Mean wind speed at 1800 12 mph S, gusting to 13

Highest gust today 32 mph at 10.58

8 oktas altocumulus perlucidus, cumulus and stratus fractus

Vis' 15 miles

Barometer 1005.1mb, rising slowly.

T.M

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  • Location: Skirlaugh, East Yorkshire
  • Location: Skirlaugh, East Yorkshire

An overcast day with some heavy rain from around midday, the first significant rain for some time. After around 5pm it became dry and since then the cloud has broken a little allowing some clear spells. Despite being rather damp and dreary it was mild once again however. Last night was also a mild one and along with tonight, will significantly increase the March average here. That 7°C March is still looking on course.

Current Temp: 10.1°C

Max Temp: 13.0°C (at 12:55)

Min Temp: 7.8°C (at 02:15)

Humidity: 89%

Pressure: 1007.3hPa (Rising)

Dewpoint: 8.3°C

Wind: SSW (8mph)

My March average currently stands at 6.6°C (+0.3°C Above the 1971-2000 average).

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  • Location: Pollard's Hill, Surrey
  • Location: Pollard's Hill, Surrey

Report for Tuesday 22nd March 2005: Pollards Hill, Surrey

Current Conditions: (Recordings taken at 12.0 Midnite)

Partly Cloudy

Temp: 16.0c

Humidity: 84%

Barometer Reading: 1013 Rising

Wind: SSW/6mph

Past 24 Hours Recordings

Rain am, Mostly Cloudy and Dry pm.

Max Temp: 16.0c

Min Temp: 10.3c

Rainfall: 2mm

The Month So Far....

Max Temp Avg: 10.9c

Min Temp Avg: 3.72c

Mean Temp Avg: 7.31c

Highest Daytime Max Temp: 19.8c on the 19th

Lowest Daytime Max Temp: 3.2c on the 2nd

Highest Night Min Temp: 11.1c on the 16th

Lowest Night Min Temp: -3.3c on the 4th

Highest 24 Hours Rainfall: 7mm on the 2nd

Total March Rainfall: 19mm

The Year So Far.....

Highest Daytime Max Temp: 19.8c on 19th March

Lowest Daytime Max Temp: 2.9c on 24th February

Highest Night Min Temp: 11.3c on 7th January

Lowest Night Min Temp: -4.7c on 28th February

Highest 24 Hours Rainfall: 7mm on 2nd March

Total Year Rainfall: 71mm

Driest Month: 25mm...February

Wettest Month: 27mm...January

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