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  • Location: G.Manchester
  • Location: G.Manchester

    Mean Max 10.8c (+1.3c)

    Mean Min 2.9c (-0.6c)

    Mean 6.8 (+0.3c)

    Rainfall 43.5 MM

    Near Normal temperatures. Warm by day and cool by night. Cold first half, very mild second half. Overall dry as well. Exceptionally dry first half followed by a wet second. Very cold night time minima at the start. -3.8c 5th, -4.2c 7th and -4.9c on the 8th. The lowest in March since atleast 2003 and lower then in February. The temperature reached 16.8c on the 24th, the highest in March since 2005.

    Year so far

    January 1.5c (-3.0c)

    February 3.6c (-1.0c)

    March 6.8c (+0.3c)

    January - March 3.9c (-1.2c)

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  • Location: Buxton Derbyshire (1,100ft AMSL)
  • Location: Buxton Derbyshire (1,100ft AMSL)

    Buxton, Derbyshire, England

    March 2010 Records

    Latitude 53*N Longitude 1.5*W Elevation 338m/1110ft AMSL

    Valid 1st- 31st March, 2010

    Mean Maximum: 8.06°C /46.5 °F

    Mean Minimum: 1.55°C / 34.8°F

    Mean Temperature: 4.81°C / 40.66°F

    Highest Temperature: 13.2°C / 55.76°F (25th)

    Lowest Temperature: -8.0°C / 17.6°F (7th)

    Mean Dewpoint: -4.1°C / 24.6°F

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    Lowest Maximum: 1.7°C / 35.1°F (31st)

    Highest Minimum: 8.3°C / 46.9°F (25th)

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    Precipitation: 78mm/3.07"

    Days with rain >1mm: 11

    Days with rain: 16

    Most in one day: 15mm/0.59" (29th)

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    Mean Pressure: 1015mb

    Max Pressure: 1033mb (7th)

    Min Pressure: 983mb (30th)

    Average Maximum Wind Gust: 31.3mph

    Maximum Wind Gust: 50mph (31st)

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    Sunshine hours: 108.2

    Most in one day: 9.5hrs (7th)

    Average per day: 3.49hrs

    Sunless days: 5

    % of Max Poss: 29%

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    Days with Sleet/Snow: 2

    Days with Fog: 1

    Nights below freezing: 10

    Days with Hail/Ice Pellets: 1

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

    mods/admin can you please change the title to March 2010 Weather statistics

    many thanks

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  • Location: Dunoon Argyll Scotland
  • Location: Dunoon Argyll Scotland

    Castlebay Isle Of Barra March 2010

    Highest Temperature 12.3°C

    Lowest Temperature -0.2°C

    Total Rainfall 36mm

    Highest Humidity 95%

    Lowest Humidity 56%

    Highest Average Wind Speed 28mph

    Average Wind Speed 16mph

    Highest Gust 62mph

    Highest Pressure 1033mb

    Lowest Pressure 985mb

    Lowest Wind Chill -12.8°C

    Highest Dew Point 8.3°C

    Lowest Dew Point -4.2°C

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

    For Warminster, Wiltshire...

    Definitely a month of two halves, with rainfall of 72.5mm but only 3mm of that fell in the first 17 days - 16 of which were dry! There were then only two dry days in the rest of the month!

    Average max = 9.84c (highest = 14.4c on the 18th)

    Average min = 2.74c (lowest = -4.9c on the 7th)

    Mean = 6.29c

    Dry days = 18

    Precip days = 13 of which wintry = 2 (funnily the last two days!)

    Rainfall = 72.5mm

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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)

    March 2010, statistics and summary for Lampeter, Ceredigion

    Cold, dry and very frosty first half; mild and unsettled second half, cold wintry end though.

    1-16th: Winter kept up its frosty grip, with 12 of the first 16 nights seeing air frost, these severe at times, the lowest being -7.1c on the 5th. It was a largely dry and sunny spell too, winds between east and north, and maxima around average, although some days were rather cold. Snow patches remaining from January still visible on nearby hills.

    17th- 29th: A complete switch to mild/ very mild conditions and with rain at times. Winds now from the south or south-west, dry sunny spells at a premium, and with only a few slight frosts. The lows were slow- moving and often to the west of the UK, with winds not so strong at least.

    30th- 31st: Turned much colder 30th, with rain and sleet. Very cold and windy last day of March, maximum of just 4.5c was the lowest of the month.

    Mean minima 1-16th: -3.3c

    Mean minima 17th- 31st: 5.1c which shows how temperatures completely switched mid month!

    A very delayed Spring this in terms of nature- Daffs only just out by the months end, very few hedgerows started to break into leaf yet, let alone any trees. Grass only slowly growing now, it was brown/ yellow until mid month.

    All but 2mm of the month's rain fell from the 18th, and brought the total to average.

    Statistics

    Total rainfall: 107.2mm = about average (Trawscoed mean is 99mm)

    Wettest day: 21.3mm 30th

    Rain days >0.2mm: 16

    Wet days >1.0mm: 13

    Days of heavy rain >10mm: 4

    Mean temperature: 5.55c = average (Trawscoed mean is 5.8c)

    Mean Max: 10.3c

    Mean Min: 0.8c

    High max: 15.1c 18th

    Low Max: 4.5c 31st

    High min: 9.5c 20th

    Low min: -7.1c 5th

    Air frost: 14

    Ground frost: 15

    Mean RH: 84%

    High RH: 97% various dates

    Low RH: 41% 8th

    Predominant wind directions: SE

    Mean wind speed: 1.6mph

    Mean pressure: 1013mbar

    Max pressure: 1034mbar 7th

    Min pressure: 980mbar 31st

    Days with:

    Hail: 1

    Sleet or snow: 2

    Snow lying 0900: 0

    Gale: 1

    Thunder: 0

    Fog: 4

    Fog at 0900: 1

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    Please add 20mbar to the pressure graphed above.

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

    as per my Excel data

    3-March.xls

    the first month since November with above average temperatures in spite of the coldest night of the 'winter' at -6.2C

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  • Location: Sheffield South Yorkshire 160M Powering the Sheffield Shield
  • Weather Preferences: Any Extreme
  • Location: Sheffield South Yorkshire 160M Powering the Sheffield Shield

    Just a average month but a month of two halves alright.

    Very dry start only 5.1mm for the first 15 days

    Ave Max 9.7c

    Ave min 2.1c

    Overall average 5.9c bang on average

    Rainfall 65mm close to average.

    Highest temp 14.4C on the 25th and 26th

    Low day max 4.8C on the 6th

    warmest night 7.7C on the 20th

    lowest -6.1C on the 8th

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  • Location: South East Cambridgeshire 57m ASL
  • Location: South East Cambridgeshire 57m ASL

    Cambridge University weather station readings for March:

    Based on 31 days' worth of half-hourly data recorded with

    rooftop sensors at the Computer Laboratory, Cambridge, U.K.

    Temperature (degrees C)

    Average: 6.3

    Minimum: -5.6 (07 March 06:30)

    Maximum: 17.7 (18 March 13:00)

    Relative Humidity (%)

    Average: 78.5

    Minimum: 34 (18 March 15:00)

    Maximum: 100 (04 March 04:30)

    Dew Point (degrees C)

    Average: 2.6

    Minimum: -9.7 (07 March 15:00)

    Maximum: 12.5 (20 March 11:30)

    Atmospheric Pressure (mbar)

    Average: 1014.9

    Minimum: 976 (31 March 06:30)

    Maximum: 1037 (07 March 09:00)

    Half-hourly Instantaneous Wind Speed (knots)

    Average: 5.3

    Minimum: 0.0 (01 March 19:30)

    Maximum: 26.0 (30 March 17:00)

    Half-hourly Maximum Wind Speed (knots)

    Average: 13.0

    Minimum: 0 (01 March 19:30)

    Maximum: 40 (30 March 16:00)

    Prevalent Wind Direction

    S (20.4% of readings)

    Total Sunshine Hours

    95.2

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  • Location: Lancaster and East Devon
  • Location: Lancaster and East Devon

    Definitely a month of two halfs. The first half was dry and pretty sunny with many days being mostly or completely sunny giving what must have been well above average sunshine, Although usually feeling quite cool or cold. There was no rain measured by the weather station (apart from dew or frost melt) until the 17th! Then the second half was quite unsettled with rain on most days. The 4th-5th was quite a cold night for March, although we missed out when much of the country was lower on the nights into the 7th and 8th due to more of a breeze here. There were not many warmer spring-like days here.

    Mean max: 10.1°C, 50.1F

    Mean min: 1.2°C, 34.1F

    Mean: 5.8°C, 42.5°F (about 0.9°C, 1.5°F below average)

    Highest max: 13.6°C, 56.5°F (21st Mar)

    Lowest max: 6.3°C, 43.4°F (7th Mar)

    Highest min: 8.3°C, 46.9°F (29th Mar)

    Lowest min: -4.9°C, 23.2°F (5th Mar)

    Wettest day: 14.4mm (19th Mar)

    Monthly total: 68.4mm (about average)

    Average wind speed: 4.2mph

    Max gust: 39mph (31st Mar)

    Mins below 0°C: 11

    Falling snow: 0 (although there was a hail/sleet/rain/snow squally shower on the evening of the 31st)

    Lying snow: 0

    Attached is a temperature and daily rainfall graph for March 2010

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  • Location: Reading
  • Location: Reading

    About time I got around to posting my March stats from central Reading...

    Mean maximum 11.3

    Mean minimum 3.3

    Mean temperature for the month 7.3

    Highest maximum 17.8 (March 25)

    Lowest maximum 6.0 (7)

    Highest minimum 10.1 (26)

    Lowest minimum -3.2 (5 & 7)

    Air frosts 5

    Days rainfall observed 9

    Days thunder heard 1

    No snow observed during the month.

    A cold first half with very little rain, plenty of sunny days and frosty nights. Mild and more changeable second half with warm and dry spells and two notable spells of prolonged rain.

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