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My rain gauge cannot be ideally sited is in a substantial rain shadow, so am under reading rainfall, particularly when rain is coming from the S/W/N. Unfortunately I cannot site my anemometer, so there is no wind data.

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CURRENT CONDITIONS DASHBOARD - Updated 10:55pm 12-Apr-2022

CURRENT WEATHER* :- Dry

* 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'

 

4.5°C 
Hi:5.6°C at 1:07pm
Lo:3.1°C at 5:40am
Hum
Dew
Wetbulb
84
2.0°C
3.5°C
Gusting At
Average
NA
NA
NA
Pressure
1021.0 hPa 
Steady
Rainfall
0.1 mm
Last Hr:0.0 mm

* Unfortunately I cannot site my Anemometer, therefore there is no wind data *

* Unfortunately, with the Sun's increasingly higher elevation, I am again over-reading temperatures under sunny skies, through the morning after 09:00 until around 13:00. I could be over-reading between the times up to 3°C - I will attempt to rectify this over the coming weeks although I cannot re-site my 'Stevenson' Screen *

PETERBOROUGH WEATHER WATCH DAILY FORECAST
For Hourly Local Conditions and Weather Updates through the day
The forecast region is roughly an area within a 25 mile radius of Peterborough City Centre. All forecasts are independently produced by, and are, © peterboroughweatherwatch.

DEC (2005-21) MeanMax = 7.8°C * MeanMin = 2.8°C * Mean =5.4°C * Rain = 55.7mm

* DECEMBER 1ST IS THE START OF METEOROLOGICAL WINTER AND ENDS LAST DAY OF FEBRUARY *

Sunrise 07:53 * Sunset 15:49

FORECAST SUMMARY

Cloudy - Brief Brighter Spells In Places - Some Showers

 

A generally cloudy start across the forecast area. Looks set to be a minly cloudy day, with only some fleeting brightness in places. Risk of some showers in places, particularly through the afternoon.

Temperatures peaking at 5°C or 6°C

WIND:

A tad breezy at times and mainly from the ENE

 

UV & POLLEN FORECASTS WILL RETURN IN NEXT YEAR

 

Variable cloudand the risk of some isolated showers in places.

Temperatures falling to 3°C

WIND:-

A tad breezy in places, but overly so, Mainly from the NE/ENE

 

 

Sunrise 07:50 * Sunset 15:50

 

Looking like another generally cloudy day with only a few brighter spells in places. A risk of a few showers, but these mainly expected to the E/NE of the forecact area.

A milder day than Sunday with temperatures peaking at 7°C or 8°C

WIND:

Breezy at timesmes and mainly from the NNE

 

UV & POLLEN FORECASTS WILL RETURN NEXT YEAR

FURTHER OUTLOOK

 

 

*UPDATED @ 21:45 SUNDAY 4TH DECEMBER *

Still some uncertainty as to the exact developmental evolution, however, it looks with an area of High pressure becoming established close to/across Greenland to NNW of the UK and Low pressure to the ENE of the UK across Scandanavia,Cold fronts will push South across the UK from midwweek, introducing a colder airmass to all areas. At the moment, despite some hysteria in the media and with some of the cold rampers on twittersphere, the main focus is with sharp frosts overnight and bright/sunny spells through the day, with a risk of some isolated snow showers. Perhaps becoming more unsettled into the following week, with a greater risk of some sleet/snow as some milder air tries to make inroads across the UK

 

* PUBLISHED @ 07:45 FRIDAY 2ND DECEMBER *

Some signals of a cold spell developing from late next week, into/through the following week. To far away for any details, but will update over the next few days when possible developments become clearer.

 

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YESTERDAYS EXTREMES - (Source: Met Office)
EAST OF ENGLAND   UK
Max Temp Monks Wood 8.6°C   Max Temp Harris Quidnish 9.8°C
Lowest Temp Monks Wood 0.4°C   Lowest Temp Bridgefoot -1.4°C
Wettest Cromer 2.8mm   Wettest Tiree 9.6mm
Sunniest Weybourne 1.1hrs   Sunniest Dundrennan 5.8hrs
             
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