Sun out

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Sun out

Postby Len Wood » 2012 Oct 25, 10:47

The sun has appearred here in Wembury after an absence of 4 days.
Wind gusting to 25 knots from ENE.
14C and forecast to rise to 16C. Very nice.

A drop to 10C max tomorrow and 9C max here on Saturday is forecast with a notherly plunge.

A good test for the forecast models. We shall see.

Wembury, SW Devon coast
N50.33 W4.13
Altitude 83 m asl
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Re: Sun out

Postby Richard Hunt » 2012 Oct 25, 19:14

Yes the same here, I saw the sun this morning for the first time in five days, and the lingering mist and fog had gone too.
The air has felt cooler as the day has gone on, also the wind has increased since late afternoon.

Current conditions:

Day of month: 25
Time: 18:50 UTC
Wind: True direction = 050 degrees
Speed: 13 knots, with Gusts of maximum speed 20 knots
Visibility: 10 km or more
Since the previous observation (but not at present), the following meteorological phenomena were observed: Light Rain Drizzle
Clouds: Broken sky at 700 feet.
Temperature: 09 °C
Dewpoint: 07 °C
QNH (Sea-level pressure): 1020 mb

HSEA 251850Z 05013G20KT 9999 RE-RADZ BKN007 09/07 Q1020
COL Station: 25020.

Watson W-8681 AWS. Standard Stevenson Screen. Maximum and Minimum screen thermometers. Grass minimum thermometer.
5" Copper standard rain gauge. Roof mounted annemometer.
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Location: Hornsea, East Yorkshire. 10m AMSL

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