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released at 07:59 on Monday, 27 March 2017

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High pressure still lies across much of the UK, although it will tend to retreat eastwards later today to allow frontal systems in slowly from the south-west.


Mist and fog lies extensively across the county this morning, but gradually this should thin and break to reveal another fine day with lengthy spells of sunshine. Although chilly at the moment, temperatures will recover once the sun arrives climbing to around 13C. Winds will remain light veering south-easterly. It will remain dry overnight, but cloud will develop before dawn. Lows will fall to around 5C.


We will start the day dry, albeit rather cloudy tomorrow. However, as we head on through the morning  we will experience some scattered light showers, these merging into longer spells of heavier rain through the afternoon. The wind will also veer and pick up to a gentle south-westerly. Despite the rain, it will be a mild day with temperatures reaching 15C, falling overnight to 9C with outbreaks of light rain persisting. Tuesday will remain cloudy with further patchy outbreaks of light rain, turning drier by evening. Still mild at 14C and with a gentle to moderate south-westerly. Overnight lows will fall no lower than 11C.


Data captured: 27/03/2017 07:49:58


Current Conditions


Current Temperature: 3.9 °C
Relative Humidity: 90 %
Dew Point: -2.5 °C
Cloud Base: 166 m
Atmospheric Pressure: 1026.7 mb
Pressure Tendency: Steady (0.0 mb in 3 hrs)
Wind Direction: NE
Wind Speed: 7.3 mph


Data for 26/03/2017


Maximum Air Temperature: 14.7 °C at 15:27
Minimum Air Temperature: 3.6 °C  at 07:08
Total Rainfall: 0.0 mm
Maximum Wind Gust: 23.9 mph at 13:13
Total Sunshine: 7.7 hrs




Sun rose this morning at 06:50
Sun sets this evening at 19:29
Moon phase: New moon
Moon rises at 06:54 and sets at 18:40

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