Learning Weather - Part Two - Frost

Stevo
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Re: Learning Weather - Part Two - Frost

Post by Stevo » Fri May 04, 2012 11:46 pm

Great bit of info there Stephen!

What would the temperature have to be for it to be absolutely not possible to have a frost?

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Rod
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Re: Learning Weather - Part Two - Frost

Post by Rod » Sat May 05, 2012 2:31 am

stephenprudence wrote:1. 2 metres is chosen with regard to measuring air frost - this is because official temperatures are taken at this level.
As Stephen quotes: 2m is the official height for measuring temperature.
Also the measuring equipment must be 50-feet from any building or dwelling and ideally should be mounted above grass.
Makes it difficult in your own yard for mounting options ?
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