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released at 08:31 on Saturday, 01 October 2016

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A low pressure system will track slowly across the southern half of the UK today bringing outbreaks of rain across England and Wales.


Early morning mist and fog is clearing across the county to reveal a dry start to Saturday. We could actually see a few brief glimmers of sunshine this morning before it quickly clouds over with outbreaks of mainly light rain arriving before lunchtime, this rain then turning heavier through the afternoon. It will be a cool day for the start of October with highs reaching just 12C with a mainly light south-easterly breeze, swinging round from the north as the rain clears this evening. In fact the day could end with some sunshine. A chilly night will follow with lows falling to 7C.


We can look forward to a fine day tomorrow with prolonged spells of autumnal sunshine after the early morning mist and fog clears. However, it will continue to feel cool with a light northerly breeze and temperatures not rising much above 14C. A dry, clear night will follow with lows falling to 7C. Monday will be another fine day with further spells of sunshine. Again the day will start with mist and fog which should clear quite quickly. Temperatures will be up slightly reaching 16C. Winds will be light and variable. Overnight lows will again drop quite sharply to 7C.


Data captured: 01/10/2016 08:29:59


Current Conditions


Current Temperature: 8.5 °C
Relative Humidity: 90 %
Dew Point: 3.3 °C
Cloud Base: 192 m 
Atmospheric Pressure: 1008.8 mb
Pressure Tendency: Falling slowly (-0.2 mb in 3 hrs)
Wind Direction: SSW
Wind Speed: 0.2 mph


Data for 30/09/2016


Maximum Air Temperature: 17.5 °C at 13:31
Minimum Air Temperature: 6.4 °C  at 06:23
Total Rainfall: 0.0 mm
Maximum Wind Gust: 22.6 mph at 14:15
Total Sunshine: 6.3 hrs




Sun rose this morning at 07:05
Sun sets this evening at 18:40
Moon phase: New moon
Moon rises at 07:22 and sets at 19:03

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