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released at 08:47 on Sunday, 25 June 2017

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Frontal systems have cleared to the south-east but an active low pressure will track across the southern half of the UK later this morning and through the afternoon.


It is a bright and breezy outlook across the county this morning. Whilst it should remain dry for the next few hours, we are expecting the cloud to build quite substantially through the morning eventually bringing showery outbreaks of rain. The cloud should start to clear as we head towards the latter half of the afternoon and the rain will also lessen.  This evening should be fine and dry. Highs today will reach 19C falling overnight to 11C. The breeze will be gentle and from the north-west.


It should be a fine start to the day tomorrow with some early morning sunshine. However, it will tend to cloud over from the west before lunchtime. Nevertheless, with high pressure in charge we can expect the day to remain dry with just a light and variable breeze. Highs will reach 20C falling overnight to 14C. As the high pulls away eastwards on Tuesday, we are looking at a fairly unsettled day; cloudy with showery outbreaks of rain turning heavier as the day wears on. Temperatures though will be similar with highs of 20C falling overnight to 14C. Winds will be gentle, but variable.


Data captured: 25/06/2017 08:20:00


Current Conditions


Current Temperature: 16.0 °C
Relative Humidity: 81 %
Dew Point: 6.7 °C
Cloud Base: 430 m
Atmospheric Pressure: 1011.6 mb
Pressure Tendency: Rising slowly (0.2 mb in 3 hrs)
Wind Direction: WSW
Wind Speed: 8.3 mph


Data for 24/06/2017


Maximum Air Temperature: 23.1 °C at 16:38
Minimum Air Temperature: 13.4 °C  at 01:51
Total Rainfall: 0.0 mm
Maximum Wind Gust: 25.3 mph at 17:58
Total Sunshine: 2.3 hrs




Sun rose this morning at 04:43
Sun sets this evening at 21:29
Moon phase: Waxing Crescent
Moon rises at 06:33 and sets at 22:21


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