Watch out overnight, the stars come out to play

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cordyman

Re: Watch out overnight

Post by cordyman » Thu Mar 13, 2014 12:43 pm

Super fog this morning' sun breaking through now though

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Re: Watch out overnight

Post by otorongo » Thu Mar 13, 2014 1:45 pm

kata wrote:Still only 3C here, I doubt it will make 5C today,

:( icon_bigsmurf
WHAT?

It's 18C here and freakin hot in the sun, I took off as much as was appropriate on the office terrace, i.e. down to shorts and a t-shirt (shoes and socks off) and still sweated.

billdango

Re: Watch out overnight

Post by billdango » Thu Mar 13, 2014 1:48 pm

Sunny all day yesterday and so far today as well.

Although yesterday had a chilly breeze today is much warmer at about +16c.

I saw 2 brimstone butterflies this morning as well in my garden.

billdango from the sunny south coast icon_sunny icon_sunny

kata

Re: Watch out overnight

Post by kata » Thu Mar 13, 2014 6:36 pm

I just looked It reached 7C..

Plants all covered. It said in one paper that we can expect loads of sun in the next few days, much drier.

Where is Stevie?

:lol: :lol:

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Re: Watch out overnight

Post by otorongo » Thu Mar 13, 2014 7:14 pm

It was sunny here and reached 18.7C.

Sunday looking good with 18C and sun.

Tonight is going to plummet to 5C, but after that the lowest low in the BBC forecast is 8C.

cordyman

Re: Watch out overnight

Post by cordyman » Thu Mar 13, 2014 7:23 pm

sun burnt off the clouds at midday and made for another cracking day, what a week drunken_smilie1

stephenprudence

Re: Watch out overnight

Post by stephenprudence » Thu Mar 13, 2014 8:54 pm

These last two days have been an absolute write off... Nasty wintry weather. However I went hill walking today and above the inversion and fog it was in the high teens at 450 metres above sea level thanks to a foehn from Snowdonia.

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Re: Watch out overnight

Post by Tom2006 » Fri Mar 14, 2014 7:54 am

That's rubbish Stephen. Its been glorious here all week once the morning vloud fog burns back.
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Re: Watch out overnight

Post by Conifers » Fri Mar 14, 2014 8:48 am

Tom2006 wrote:That's rubbish Stephen. Its been glorious here all week once the morning vloud fog burns back.
On the west side of the Pennines, it didn't burn off - it was continuously replenished by new fog drifting in off the Irish Sea. That was the problem for Stephen.

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Re: Watch out overnight

Post by otorongo » Fri Mar 14, 2014 10:10 am

A low of 4.4C last night, breakfast already warm enough to be enjoyable, wall-to-wall sunshine and 17C forecast by BBC for today icon_sunny

kata

Re: Watch out overnight

Post by kata » Fri Mar 14, 2014 10:49 am

Warmer than yesterday at 5C

:lol: :lol:

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Re: Watch out overnight

Post by Tom2006 » Fri Mar 14, 2014 12:03 pm

Conifers wrote:
Tom2006 wrote:That's rubbish Stephen. Its been glorious here all week once the morning vloud fog burns back.
On the west side of the Pennines, it didn't burn off - it was continuously replenished by new fog drifting in off the Irish Sea. That was the problem for Stephen.
When I wrote rubbish I meant rubbish for stephen icon_thumright
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Re: Watch out overnight

Post by Conifers » Fri Mar 14, 2014 1:39 pm

Tom2006 wrote:
Conifers wrote:
Tom2006 wrote:That's rubbish Stephen. Its been glorious here all week once the morning vloud fog burns back.
On the west side of the Pennines, it didn't burn off - it was continuously replenished by new fog drifting in off the Irish Sea. That was the problem for Stephen.
When I wrote rubbish I meant rubbish for stephen icon_thumright
:oops: Thought you meant he was talking rubbish :oops: :lol:

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Re: Watch out overnight

Post by Yorkshire Kris » Fri Mar 14, 2014 3:34 pm

="Conifers"]
Tom2006 wrote:
Conifers wrote:
Tom2006 wrote:That's rubbish Stephen. Its been glorious here all week once the morning vloud fog burns back.[/]
On the west side of the Pennines, it didn't burn off - it was continuously replenished by new fog drifting in off the Irish Sea. That was the problem for Stephen.
When I wrote rubbish I meant rubbish for stephen icon_thumright
:oops: Thought you meant he was talking rubbish :oops: :lol:[/que]


So did I! I thought you were being a little harsh.

stephenprudence

Re: Watch out overnight

Post by stephenprudence » Fri Mar 14, 2014 3:59 pm

So turns out my pessimistic forecast for the week was closer to the mark than some expected.. The next turn in this saga seems like a polar maritime influence for the north and west initially, then spreading more southwards. Generally therefore showers/wintry showers, sun and feeling rather chilly after the mid-week.. some frost about too, temperature probably just below average, but with conditions quite akin to what you would expect in April (albeit not quite as springlike). However, for most away from the north and west dry 'til at least the middle of next week, warm in the south and east intially, but staying much cooler further north and west

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