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Saturday 12th August 2006


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

    Pollard's Hill, Surrey

    Recordings taken at 00.00:

    Current Conditions: Cloudy

    Current Temp: 15.3°C

    Barometer Reading: 1012hPa (Steady)

    Wind Direction/Speed: N 12mph

    August Mean Temp Avg: 18.64°C (-0.54°C)

    August Rainfall: 6mm

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  • Location: SE London
  • Location: SE London

    looks like you and shanice are in competition :)

    Current Nearest Observations:

    cloudy 17°C

    NW (10 mph)

    Relative Humidity (%): 55,

    Pressure (mB): 1012, Rising,

    Visibility: Very good

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  • Location: Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, UK
  • Location: Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, UK

    Grey, overcast, light drizzle, 11.1 °C.

    Current weather conditions at Inverurie, Aberdeenshire: 12/08/06 8:05.

    Temperature: 11.5 °C. Feels like: 11.1 °C.

    Humidity: 90 % . Dewpoint: 9.9 °C .

    Wind (10 min. avg. high): N at 3 mph. Today's rain: 0.0 mm .

    Barometer: 1017.9 mb and Rising Slowly .

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

    Overnight low of 13.9C. Sunny all day so far but cloud building up this afternoon. Current temperature 22.4C

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  • Location: Ware, Herts
  • Location: Ware, Herts

    Its Cold.

    Its Wet.

    It's Windy.

    Its not August.

    More like October, in fact, with a temperature of just 16c, the maximum for today! Its really set in, there's a constant cold wind blowing, gusty at times, with showery outbreaks of heavy rain.

    Still, the rain so far is so little that its still dry and brown out, the marshland and springs on the edge of our town are dried like I've not seen in 10 years, my mum says they used to be like that, but for the past 20 years or so they've been large lakes, great for birds and even fish - but they've gone. Dried to the bone.

    Tommy

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

    Weather: Wet, windy and relativly chilly! The grass might green up now! :lol:

    Temperature: 15c (59f)

    Wind: NW'ly 8.1mph

    Humidity: 82%

    Pressure: 1010.9hPa

    Dewpoint: 12.3c

    Rainfall (so far) 6.7mm

    Today's max gust: N'ly 61.5mph 02:34

    Sunset: 20:25

    WBSH

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    Its Cold.

    Its Wet.

    It's Windy.

    Its not August.

    More like October, in fact, with a temperature of just 16c, the maximum for today! Its really set in, there's a constant cold wind blowing, gusty at times, with showery outbreaks of heavy rain.

    Still, the rain so far is so little that its still dry and brown out, the marshland and springs on the edge of our town are dried like I've not seen in 10 years, my mum says they used to be like that, but for the past 20 years or so they've been large lakes, great for birds and even fish - but they've gone. Dried to the bone.

    Tommy

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

    It's been a fine day with long sunny spells (cloudier 13-16.00) and a max of 21c. A gusty/blustery NE breeze which has eased this evening.

    Temp now 19c and sunshine.

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  • Location: Ware, Herts
  • Location: Ware, Herts

    Its very wet, and even windier! A very strong, if not gale force at times, wind from the north driving some heavy outbreaks of rain. Its really set in. Temp of just 13.1c.

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