Funny old August

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Funny old August

Post by Dave Brown » Sat Sep 01, 2007 8:39 pm

I now have the months weather statistics for my weatherstation for August 2007.

Basically temperatures were a little below the long term average, but it was a very dry, although cloudy month.

Average Max 21.35C -1.3C below Long Term Ave
Highest Max 28.5C
Lowest. Max 16.1C

Average Min 13.06C -0.2C below Long Term Ave
Highest Min 15.8C
Lowest. Min 10.1C

Rainfall 22.1mm 48.8% of Long Term Ave
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Post by Libby » Wed Sep 05, 2007 9:55 am

Thats quite interesting! Have you done this a long time??
My hubby said he had read somewhere that Septembers where actually getting cooler???


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Post by Dave Brown » Wed Sep 05, 2007 2:49 pm

I have been logging weather data since 1978 on and off, depending on the amount of spare time I had, but I have only had a weather station for just over a year.

I don't think there is any evidence that I have seen to suggest Sepembers are getting cooler, in fact last September was a new record for warmth. +2.5C in many places. :roll:

I'm playing with Weather display at the moment and this does all the calculations for you. I still have to register the web publisher before we use it, but it seems quite whizzy. It has a much better weather page as well.
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