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

Hedon, East Yorkshire.

September 2005

Warmest Max: 25.4°C (on 06/09/05)

Coldest Max: 13.8°C (on 16/09/05)

Warmest Min: 15.2°C (on 08/09/05)

Coldest Min: 5.1°C (on 24/09/05)

Average Max: 20.29°C (+2.59°C Above 1971-2000 Average)

Average Min: 11.35°C (+0.95°C Above 1971-2000 Average)

Overall Average: 15.82°C (+1.72°C Above 1971-2000 Average)

Rain: 46.0mm (88% Of Normal)

Air Frosts: 0

Snow showers: 0

Snow lying at 0900: 0 days

Dry Days: 18

Wet Days: 12

Days With Rain >1.0mm: 9

Thunderstorms: 0

Year 2005 So Far (Jan - Sep)

Warmest Max: 30.1°C (on 23/06/05)

Coldest Max: 3.3°C (on 24/02/05)

Warmest Min: 16.5°C (on 02/07/05)

Coldest Min: -2.4°C (on 28/02/05)

Average Max: 15.97°C

Average Min: 7.50°C

Overall Average: 11.74°C (+1.20°C Above Running 1971-2000 Average)

Air Frosts: 13

Snow showers: 42

Snow lying at 0900: 5 days

Dry Days: 133

Wet Days: 141

Thunderstorms: 16

The warmest September since I began recording, with notable high maximas. It reached 25.4°C on the 6th, the warmest since September 2003. The first 9 days were particularly warm, with maxima no lower than 21.5°C and minima of above 15°C on the 1st, 4th, 8th and 9th. Despite the warmth, it was relatively changable and fairly dull with fog and some heavy rain.

After a cooler weekend on the 10th and 11th it briefly became warmer again, reaching 24.5°C on the 13th. The 15th and 16th were much cooler, with maximas of only 14.9°C and 13.8°C in a northerly wind.

The following week was mostly warm, dry and pleasant in a southerly airflow. It reached 22.1°C on the 22nd, the latest date to do so on my records. the 19th also saw a high minima of 13.8°C, the warmest so late in the month since September 2003.

The final week turned much more average, with frequent rain and lower minima. The coldest of these was on the 24th, where it dipped to 5.1°C. Overall, the level of rainfall was just below average for the time of year, though the days with above 1.0mm of rain was slightly above average at 9 days.

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  • Location: South Derbyshire nr. Burton on Trent, Midlands, UK: alt 262 feet
  • Weather Preferences: Extreme winter cold,heavy bowing snow,freezing fog.Summer 2012
  • Location: South Derbyshire nr. Burton on Trent, Midlands, UK: alt 262 feet

Hello everyone, here is my September 2005 Report.

After a thundery close to August, September saw strongly rising pressure as the Azores high again extended its influence across the UK.

Very pleasant warm, dry and sunny weather was the theme for early part of September with temperatures well above average.

After the 10th the rest of the month was a little more unsettled with temperatures returning to normal and a little below at times, although some very pleasant sunny days were noted here as well. I recorded the first frost of the season during the latter half of the 2nd week.

Average maximum temperature = 17.9c

Average minimum temperature = 10.9c

Mean temperature = 14.8c + 1.1c

Warmest day on the 4th = 24.7c

Coldest day on the 16th = 13.3c

Warmest night on the 10th = 16.1c

Coldest night on the 17th = 1.4c

Ground Frosts = 2

Rainfall total = 49mm

Regards

Paul

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  • Location: Saltdean,Nr Brighton,East Sussex,Hither Green,SE London.
  • Location: Saltdean,Nr Brighton,East Sussex,Hither Green,SE London.

Observations for Hastings, east sussex in september,above average sunshine,below average rainfall...again! and above average temperatures.

One day with thunder recorded,highest maximum temperature on the 4th at 27 degrees and the highest 24hr rainfall on the 28th with 20.3mm.

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

I have some amazing stats when comparing Sept 2005 to 2004 and 2003. These are detailed below.

Average max = 19.8c (Highest 26c on 4th)

Average min = 10.2c (Lowest = 2c on 17th)

Mean = 15c

Dry days = 19

Rain days = 11

Rainfall = 73mm **40mm of this fell in under an hour on the 10th B) **

The amount has only gone towards a 3 inch total with

21mm in the last week.

Comparisons : amazingly the 2004 mean temp was also 15c while in 2003 the mean was 14.95c !! I guess I've found my long term Sept mean temp :unsure: .

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  • Location: Exeter, Devon, England
  • Location: Exeter, Devon, England

Very warm (only just about cooler than August) and sunny, mostly anticyclonic- unsettled at first with some heavy showers, and again in the final week with longer spells of organised frontal rainfall.

Stats: (dif. from 71-00 average in brackets)

(figures in bold brackets refer to date of month)

TEMPERATURE

Mean temperature : 15.6C* (+1.9C) 2004: 14.9C; 2003: 14.6C

* Warmest in record, previous high was 15.2C of September 2000.

Maximum temperature : 25.9C (4)

Lowest Maxima : 14.2C (29)

Average Maxima : 20.4C (+2.1C)

Minimum temperature : 4.8C (17)

Highest Minima : 17.0C (5)

Average Minima : 11.6C (+1.7C)

RAINFALL

Total rainfall : 70.0mm (127%)

Max 24h total : 28.4mm* (10)

*4th Wettest day in records (go back to 1 July, 2000)

Days with >0.2mm : 10 (+1)

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

hi

my figures for September 2005; long term averages in ( )

Avge min=10.9C (9.5C) lowest overnight min=3.4C on 17th

avge max=20.2 (18.2C) highest daytime max= 27.8C on 4th

Mean = 15.6C (13.9C)

rainfall= 54.6mm ( 47.3mm)= Finningley only 1942-1995

days with any rain, including trace=13

days with >0,2mm=6

most in day=17.6mm on 10th

Nil ground/air frost - snow - fog -thunder

John

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  • Location: Nr Appleby in Westmorland
  • Location: Nr Appleby in Westmorland

Here's mine:-

Average Daily Maximum - 16.8º

Average Daily Minimum - 8.5º

Mean temperature - 12.9º

Highest daily maximum - 24.3º (4th)

Lowest daily minimum - 0.4º (24th)

Rainfall - 107.6mm

No of wet days - 16

Wettest day - 23.0mm (9th)

Highest wind gust - 43mph (13th)

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  • Location: Villalba (917masl, Madrid, Spain)
  • Location: Villalba (917masl, Madrid, Spain)

Hello, UK friends!

Collado Villalba (Madrid, Spain center)

Mean temperature: 17,1º (+0,3º)

Average min.10,5º (+0,5º)

Average max.23,8º(+0,1º)

Max temperature27,1º

Min temperature

Lowest max 16,1º

Highwest min17,2º

Rain days: 6(10)

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  • Location: Cleeve, North Somerset
  • Weather Preferences: Continental winters & summers.
  • Location: Cleeve, North Somerset

September 2005, Yatton, Bristol, North Somerset

1st - 4th

After some thunderstorm on August 31st, the 1st was a lot frsher with sunny spells. It became hot again through the 2nd with clear skies and the 3rd was the hottest day of the month with 27.5C recorded. The 4th started fine but saw cloud rolling in with light showers, some with thunder.

5th - 8th

It turned fresher but stayed sunny and warm most of the time. Temperatures rose to a warm 25C on the 6th and the fine weather remained for much of the time.

9th - 11th

It was a mostly dry, fine day on the 9th with lengthy spells of sunshine. After a dry start to the 10th, thunderstorms broke out across the whole of the southwest dropping torrential rain. 23mm fell in 60 minutes which was half of July and August's rainfall. Roads turned to rivers as this was the most intense rainfall of the year so far. The 11th was then dry, cloudy and cool.

12th - 13th

High presswure rreturned bringing lengthy spells of sunshine and a high of 25C on the 13th.

14th - 16th

A warm front brought periods of rain and drizzle on the 14th and heavier bursts of persistent rain on the 15th. By the 16th it was much fresher with scattered heavy showers. A cold night followed.

17th - 22nd

The next week was dominated by fine, dry weather. It started off Autumnal but warmed up quite nicely as the week progressed. Clear nights allowed fog to form by dawn, most notably on the 20th. The 22nd was warm again with a high of 22C.

23rd - 24th

A cold front brought welcome heavy rain followed by blustery showers. The 24th was fine and sunny day after a cold night with a low of 3C.

25th - 28th

There were scattered showers on the 25th with bright intervals. The 26th was cloudy followed by a bright, breezy day with showers on the 27th. The 28th was very stormy has a deep depression brought heavy rnain and strong winds gusting to 40MPH. Between 9 and 10pm, the back end of the front brought torrential rain and even lightning as winds climbed to 65MPH. 7mm fell in 20 minutes.

29th - 30th

The 29th was a fine day with plenty of sunshine. A cold front brought low cloud and heavy rnain showers, especially in the afternoon. Another band of rain followed by nightfall.

Average Temperature - 16.5C

Highest Temperature - 27C on the 3rd

Lowest Temperature - 3C on the 24th

Total Monthly Rainfall - 82mm

Most Intense Rainfall - 23mm on the 10th

Thunderstorms - 1 on the 10th (lightning on 28th)

Frosts - 0

Snow Showers - 0

Sleet Showers - 0

Rain Showers - 12

A touch warmer than 2004 which was 16.4C. A long summer but average rainfall at last.

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