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

    With the possible exception of learning who's having what for breakfast in banter, this is surely one of the most eagerly awaited threads of the month.

    November in Great Asby was like this:

    Average daily maximum 9.3c

    Highest daily maximum 15.9c (2nd)

    Lowest daily maximum 2.5c (23rd)

    Average daily minimum 2.8c

    Highest daily minimum 12.4c (1st)

    Lowest daily minimum -5.3c (23rd)

    MEAN TEMPERATURE 6.1c (10 yr mean 5.7c)

    No of air frosts 6

    Total rainfall 113.6mm (Annual total so far 1039.7mm)

    No wet days (0.2mm or above) 17

    Wettest day 32.4mm (30th)

    Highest wind gust 40mph (30th)

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  • Location: Isle of wight
  • Location: Isle of wight

    Isle of wight Records for November 2007 are as followed.

    Average temperature = 8.5 °C; diff from climate av: +1.5 °C

    Average humidity = 83 %

    Average dewpoint = 5.8 °C

    Average barometer = 1018.3 mb

    Average windspeed = 4.2 mph; diff from climate av. :-6.4 mph

    Average gustspeed = 6.7 mph

    Average direction = 278 ° ( W )

    Rainfall for month = 85.2 mm; diff from climate av. :+1.2 mm

    Rainfall for year = 697.8 mm; diff from climate av. :-1.2 mm

    Maximum rain per minute = 0.6 mm on day 18 at time 19:33

    Maximum temperature = 18.1 °C on day 01 at time 13:39

    Minimum temperature = -2.8 °C on day 16 at time 07:12

    Maximum humidity = 95 % on day 05 at time 10:10

    Minimum humidity = 53 % on day 09 at time 12:34

    Maximum pressure = 1033.1 mb on day 02 at time 10:21

    Minimum pressure = 986.1 mb on day 18 at time 20:20

    Maximum windspeed = 24.2 mph from 270 °( W ) on day 30 at time 21:11

    Maximum gust speed = 79.4 mph from 113 °(ESE) on day 21 at time 15:30

    Maximum heat index = 24.2 °C on day 01 at time 13:38

    Max soil temperature= 16.7 °C

    Min soil temperature= 2.2 °C

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  • Location: Tonbridge, Kent
  • Location: Tonbridge, Kent

    The month was again dominated by high pressure, and was the 4th successive November with below average rainfall. After a mild and dry start with plenty of sunshine, Atlantic depressions were more prevalent from the middle of the month. Conditions became more gloomy and wetter, particularly in the last week but rainfall ended as 63% of average, and sunshine just a little above average.

    In addition, Autumn 2007 was the driest September / October / November period here since 1985.

    ----- NOVEMBER IN A NUTSHELL -----

    Mean Daily Temperature: 7.5 ºC ( 0.1C ABOVE average )*

    Average max: 10.4 ºC ( 0.1 ABOVE average )*

    Average min: 4.9 ºC ( 0.1C ABOVE average )*

    Highest max: 16.3 ºC ( 1st )

    Lowest min: -2.9 ºC ( 16th )

    No.of Airfrosts: 3 days

    Total Rainfall: 45.4 mm ( 63% of Average )*

    Rain Days (>=0.2mm): 15 days ( 1 BELOW average)*

    Wettest Day: 11.4 mm ( 19th )

    Wind Speed high gust: 28 mph ( 18th )

    Dominant Wind Direction: N 21%

    Mean Daily Pressure: 1019.3 hPa

    Highest Pressure: 1034.0 hPa ( 2nd )

    Lowest Pressure: 993.0 hPa ( 19th )

    Estimated Sunshine Hours **: 75 Hours ( 115% of average )

    ** calculated from limited solar sensor exposure of 43.5 hours

    * average at this site 1984 - 2006

    Full daily and monthly stats here: http://www.tonbridge-weather.org.uk/2007/nov2007.htm

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    Castlebay Barra

    min outdoor temp 0.9c

    max outdoor temp 13.5c

    min humidity 53%

    max humidity 94%

    min wind chill -9.2c

    max wind chill 13.5c

    lowest pressure 972mb

    highest pressure 1025mb

    max wind speed 44.7mph

    rainfall 60.5mm

    1st cloudy fog rain

    2nd cloudy rain

    3rd to 8th cloudy dry

    9th to 10th cloudy heavy rain

    11th dry clear

    12th to 13th cloudy dry

    14th cloudy misty

    15th clear dry

    16th cloudy rain

    17th to 20th cloudy dry

    21st to 22nd dry clear

    23rd to 24th cloudy rain

    25th to 26th dry clear

    27th fog rain

    28th heavy rain cloudy

    29th cloudy heavy rain

    30th cloudy dry

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  • Location: Llanwnnen, Lampeter, Ceredigion, 126m asl (exotic holidays in Rugby/ Coventry)
  • Location: Llanwnnen, Lampeter, Ceredigion, 126m asl (exotic holidays in Rugby/ Coventry)

    Rather dry, rather mild.

    Total rainfall: 84.2mm (average is over 120mm)

    Wettest day: 15.2mm (30th)

    2007 rain so far: 1240mm

    Days >0.2mm: 20

    Days >1.0mm: 16

    Days >10mm: 2

    Mean temperature: 7.5c

    Highest max: 15.9c (1st)

    Lowest min: -5.9c (24th)

    Mean pressure: 1021 mbar

    Highest pressure: 1036 mbar (6th)

    Lowest presure: 991 mbar (19th)

    Mean RH: 86%

    Highest RH: 94%

    Lowest RH: 66%

    Predominant wind direction: SSE

    Mean windspeed: 1.5 mph

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

    A very wet and dull month in Inverurie, Aberdeenshire.

    Mean Temperature 6.2°C, +1.0°C on historic average of 5.2°C.

    Minimum Temperature -0.9°C on the 23rd.

    Mean Minimum Temperature 3.4°C, +0.6°C on the 2.8°C average.

    Maximum Temperature 15.8°C on the 2nd.

    Mean Maximum Temperature 9.0°C, +0.7°C on the 8.3°C average.

    Total Rainfall 138.5 mm, +63.1mm on the 75.4mm average (183.7%).

    Average Sunshine Hours 1.2 hrs per day, -0.9hrs on the 2.1hrs average (58.1%).

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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

    November 2007 Report.

    With a warm cell of high pressure still in control, November began dry, quiet, bright and very mild, with just a few chilly nights when the sky stayed clear. A cold front pushed down the country from the northwest on the 8th bringing a little rain here. Cooler and fresher weather followed on the 9th as high pressure built in from the west.

    By the 11th under clear skies over night the temperature fell to –2.8c. Daytime temperatures stayed on the cold side too. The cold spell of weather continued with low night minimums and with slight to moderate air frosts until the 17th.

    On the 18th low pressure took control and became centred over England, heavy rain set in and with falling temperatures the rain turned to sleet during the afternoon and then to moderate snow during the evening, giving a slight covering for a few hours over night. By the morning of the 19th the wind had picked up from the northeast and brought slightly milder air in from the North Sea and the snow turned back to rain. By the end of the 20th, rain and snow melt gave a total 28mm here.

    The 21st to the 23rd saw the low gradually transferring east north east towards Scandinavia and with pressure rising out to the west of the UK, northerly winds brought drier but much colder weather giving a hard frost on the evening of the 23rd and on the morning of the 24th, giving a minimum of –5c, the lowest temperature of the season.

    High pressure from the 25th to the 27th gave a period of very quiet anticyclone gloom with unusually calm conditions here being maintained for over 24 hours on the 26th and 27th.

    Low pressure again took control from the 28th to the end of the month bringing rain and much stronger SW winds, with average temperatures.


    A quiet and very dry first half with only 6mm of rain up to the 18th. The second half was more unsettled and rather cold at times with some quite heavy rain and a period of wet snow here on the 18th giving a temporary slight covering, also one notably cold morning on the 24th with the minimum air temperature of –5.0c. Mean temperature for the month was 6.5c, slightly below the November 1971-2000 CET average.

    Stats for November 2007

    Mean maximum temperature = 9.9c

    Mean minimum temperature = 3.1c

    Mean temperature = 6.5c -0.4c below the 1971-2000 CET average.

    Warmest day on the 02nd = 16.4c

    Coldest day on the 18th = 3.8c

    Warmest night on the 08th = 10.6c

    Coldest night on the 24th = -5.0c

    Minimum Grass Temperature on the 24th = -8.0 c

    Ground Frosts = 11

    Air frost = 6

    Fog Observed = 1 (Not at normal observation time, this was dawn event)

    Days of Rain, with 1mm or more = 11

    Wettest Day 18th = 22mm

    Days of snow = 1

    Days of lying snow = 1

    Thunder heard / Thunderstorms = 0

    Rainfall total = 49mm

    Rain total this year = 608mm


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

    November here=(long term averages in brackets)

    Mean temp=7.9(6.5)

    Avge Max=10.7(9.3) highest daytime=17.7 on 2nd

    Avge Min=5.0(3. :lol: lowest overnight min=-2.0 on 24th

    Rain=25.0(53.0) nb usual comment=add approx 20% to my total

    wet days=6; rain days=10; most in 24 hours,00-24=10.6mm on 18th

    snow=nil with 1 day with 'soft hail'

    days of Air frost=4(6)

    Ground frost=6(11)

    no fog and no thunder reported

    another above average month of temperature, and fairly dry much of the time.


    anyone explain why 3.8 as avge min gets the smiley treatment?

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  • Location: Kemnay, Aberdeenshire AB51 - 135m/440ft asl
  • Location: Kemnay, Aberdeenshire AB51 - 135m/440ft asl
    anyone explain why 3.8 as avge min gets the smiley treatment?

    Yes, the number 8 with a ) bracket immediately after it is what you type in text form to get that smiley :D - all the smileys have a text code too, to avoid, leave a space between them

    or tip: on one forum I use the curly braces {} and avoid () altogether.

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

    With thanks to my lovely girlfriend for helping me collate these stats :shok: .

    Average max = 11.43c (highest = 17c on 1 & 2 Nov)

    Average min = 4.20c (lowest = -4c on 16 Nov)

    Mean = 7.81c (0.65c above the 5 year mean and 0.1c higher than 2006)

    Dry days = 16

    Rain days = 14

    Rainfall = 94.5mm (22mm on the last day & 64mm between Nov 18-21!)*

    *So 86mm of the 94.5 mm fell on just 5 days :shok:

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