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CURRENT CONDITIONS DASHBOARD - Updated 1:00am 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'

 

 

1.8°CColder 0.4°C than last hour.
Hi:2.2°C at 12:00am
Lo:1.8°C at 12:55am
Hum
Dew
Wetbulb
82
-0.9°C
0.8°C
Gusting At
Average
0.0
0.0
NNE(20)
Pressure
1025.0 hPa 
Steady
Rainfall
0.0 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
FEB 1991-2005 - Av 4.8°C - Max 8.2°C - Min 1.5°C - CET 5.0°C - 2005 -2016 - Rain 34.1mm

Sunrise 07:06 Sunset 17:24

TODAY'S FORECAST SUMMARY

Misty Start - Bright Spells - Risk Of Showers

 

WEDNESDAY 21st FEBRUARY 2018: UPDATED @08:25

A misty, murky start across the forecast area, with some pockets of drizzle in places. Mist will lift and thin to allow some bright spells to develop through the morning. Risk of showers through the day, perhaps more particularly into/through the afternoon. Temperatures peaking at 8°C

WIND:-

Light through much of the day, likely increasing a tad through the afternoon. Mainly from the NNE

 

EVENING & OVERNIGHT:-

Any showers around will melt away and clear spells will develop through the evening and that sets the theme into/through the early hours. Temperatures likely falling to -1°C widely across the forecast area. Some mist/fog patches forming in places by/soon after dawn

WIND:-

Light throughout the period. What breeze there is will be from the NNE, veering ENE through the early hours

Sunrise 07:04 Sunset 17:26

OUTLOOK FOR THURSDAY 22ND FEBRUARY 2018:-

Likely early mist/fog patches in places and a frosty start. Bright/sunny spells developing and that should be the the theme for the day. Temperatures peaking at 6°C

WIND:-

Mainly light throughout the day with gust potential 10mph to 15mph and generally from the ENE, perhaps veering E/ESE through the afternoon

 

EXTENDED OUTLOOK:- PUBLISHED ON SUNDAY @19:45

You may have been reading of late, either in the media, or on the web and some twitter feeds regarding potential for some very cold weather making it's way from the East. Some of the talk infers that this is definitely going to happen. There has been a signal for some very cold air advecting towards the UK at the end of the coming week, more particularly into the foillowing week. BUT, at this timeframe, it really is too early to suggest that the pattern being progged by some of the Model data that this will happen, although it is a fairly strong signal. A lot of developments still need to happen in the upper atmosphere and these then need to propogate through to lower levels for the pattern to become firmly established. I will continue to monitor developments through the week ahead and will publish my thoughts when I have something that I can include a bit of detail for the forecast area.

 

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