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Saturday 25th March: Sunday 26th March sees the start of BST, so clocks went forward * Note: BST, British Summer Time, relates to time only, and is NOT the start of the Summer season. We are still in Spring. Summer, in Meteorology terms, begins 1st June.

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CURRENT CONDITIONS DASHBOARD - Updated 4:20pm 31-Dec-1969 Weather:

CURRENT WEATHER*:-

* Current Conditions may reflect 'Dry'/'Stopped Raining' when it is obviously raining. Unless rainfall is moderate/heavy during any rainfall, it can take a while for even as little as 0.1mm to be recorded, hence, the perceived 'incorrect' description of 'Dry'/'Stopped Raining'

11.2°CColder 1.2°C than last hour.
Hi:14.3°C at 2:46pm
Lo:6.9°C at 3:53am
Hum
Dew
Wetbulb
62%Increased 2% since last hour.
4.2°C
8.0°C
Gusting At
Average
0.0
5.4
WSW(252)
Pressure
1011.0 hPaFalling 1 °C/hr
Falling slowly
Rainfall
0.8 mm
Last Hr:0.0 mm
PETERBOROUGH WEATHER WATCH DAILY FORECAST
* Daily F+orecast Update Is Generally Between 06:30 & 08:00 Monday-Friday - Weekend Update Will Be Later *
For Hourly Local Conditions and Weather Updates through the day
APR 1991-2005 - Av 9.0°C - Max 13.6°C - Min 4.4°C - CET 8.7°C - 2006-2016 Rain 29.0mm

Sunrise 05:43 Sunset 20:15 - Tomorrow - Sunrise 05:41 Sunset 20:17

TODAY'S FORECAST SUMMARY

Mild Start - Bright Spells - Showery Rain - Breezy

 

* FORECAST UPDATES WILL BE A LITTLE LATER THAN USUAL THIS WEEK

MONDAY 24TH APRIL UPDATE @ 08:30:-

After a mild start and some light, showery rain across the forecast area, a drier, brighter interlude through the morning before a cold front brings another patchy band of showery rain across the forecast area mid/late morning. Showery rain clears through the afternoon, introducing a cooler/colder air mass from the North.Temperatures peaking at 13°C through the late morning/early afternoon, before gradually falling into early evening.

WIND:

Increasing through the day with gust potential 20mph+ into and through the afternoon. Initially generally from the WSW/W but soon veering WNW through the day

POLLEN MODERATE
ULTRA VIOLET
MODERATE 3

EVENING & OVERNIGHT:

Any residual showery rain clears away ESE through early evening allowing some late brighter spells. CLear skies through the evening and through the early hours allowing temperatures to fall away quite steadily. A signal/hint that a little feature running down the the North Sea through the early hours brings the risk/threat of some wintry showers along the coast line to the East of the forecast area, and some of these could filter a little way inland Norfolk. A widespread ground frost and a potential air frost for some, with temperatures falling possibly a tad below freezing in places, particularly to the West of the area. Range -1°C to +1°C

WIND:

Remaining generally breezy with gust potential 15mph+ through the period and mainly from the WNW, veering NW through the early hours.

 

OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY

A cold start with a widespread ground frost and some areas with an air frost potential as well. Bright/sunny at first, but cloud bubbling up through the morning and some showers developing in places across the forecast area. Showers will be of rain generally, but any heavier showers will have a risk of being of containing hail. Also, any heavier showers may bring temperatures down low enough for some these showers to see some sleet, but these should be few and far between. A cool day with temperatures peaking in the 8°C to 10°C range, but as alluded, any heavier showers will see temperatures falling a few degrees.

POLLEN LOW
ULTRA VIOLET
MODERATE 4

WIND:

A breezy day with gust potential 20mph+ through the day, and mainly from the NNW, making it feel a few degrees cooler than actual air temperature where and when exposed to the stronger gusts

 

EXTENDED OUTLOOK:

A cool week ahead, turning milder over the weekend. After another cool/cold night Tuesday, Wednesday sees another cool day with a bright spells and showers theme. A widespread air frost looks on the cards for early hours Thursday, and then Thursday sees a spell of rain through the day, after a bright start. A less cold night into Friday morning, but Friday may see a lot of cloud through the day, but perhaps a degree or so milder than earlier through the week

 

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