Torrential showers have now developed south of the main rain band and are moving in a line SW> NE adding to the flood problems here
Wind E 8 mph 32.8m since 00.00,16.6mm since 09.00
It felt quite mild earlier but the cloud murk drizzle has now descended.
I have absolutely no doubt tomorrow will be pretty much the same,maybe saturday will be dry before the dirge returns on sun pm and then the majority of next week.
Cloudy, odd light showers, breezy, warm, humid, 17c.
Cloudy,dry at last after 39.2mm since midnight,22.9mm since 09.00 and 48mm in the last 24h
Yes I was being serious. As a person who works outdoors for a living I am absolutely hacked off with this dog[censored]weather we have had down here for the last five weeks or so. This is the south east of England, a drier and sunnier climate has to be some sort of compensation for living down here with all the overcrowding, higher prices, etc, etc, ......surely thats the case?
It has rained nearly everyday for the past five weeks...that is just not normal for this part of the world and it's just another sign that our weather events are becoming ever more severe!!
I simply cannot believe there are people on this forum who enjoy this sort of weather day after day, after day, after day ...ad finitum!!!
Crap weather here AGAIN today!! Windy, cloudy, only about 18 degrees out there!!
Was torrential rain overnight as well. This is turning into a dreadful spell of weather for the south east! It's supposed to be wall to wall sunshine and warm every day during spring down here isn't it? At least the weekend looks better!
Uh, 18C is bang on average for the South East of England at this time of year and I hope you're not being serious when you say it's supposed to be sunny very day down there during spring..
9.9C here, the temperature has actually fallen.. where the hell is this front?
Heavy rain passed through here earlier
Temperatures reasonable though
Drizzle.temp 14.8c max. 15.3crain 9.2mm
Finally in the milder air,wind swung to West,14.1c
Suddenly patches of blue sky appearing, 12.8C and rising fast.Has been 18mm of rain though.
Current Air Temp: 15.6C, max was 18.2C, warmest so far this month.
Current conditions: Partly cloudy, breezy, had an earlier short lived heavy shower.
Temp. 14.4C/Dew 14.1C
Wd. 220 15/24 Kts.
Cloudy all day with rain overnight and a torrential downpour around 3:45pm.
Muggy, horrible head-ache weather.
Temp. 15.9c / dp 14.6c
Max temp. 17.3c
Pressure. 1009.9 hPa
Wd. SE 8km/h
Daily rainfall 8.0mm
muggy and gloomy
Observations between 8.15 pm last night and 8.15 pm currently.LAST NIGHT: Cloudy with persistent and sometimes heavy rain the whole night. Foggy over high ground.THIS MORNING: While the rain eased off and the fog lifted clear of the hills in the first half of the morning, it remained cloudy and overcast for the rest of the morning.THIS AFTERNOON: Just the occasional chinks of brightness in what has been a generally overcast afternoon. There was an odd bit of light rain at around 5 pm.CURRENT: Overcast. 14.2 C. 96% humidity. Dewpoint: 13.5 C. Moderate south west winds. Steady at 1011.8 mb.WINDS: Light south west the whole time, it was only in the past couple of hours it began to pick up a little.AIR QUALITY: Very good.VISIBILITY: Poor this morning, very good in afternoon.COMFORT FACTOR: Damp, still and muggy all day after a wet start. The local snail and slug population are lapping it up!RAINFALL (in mm): 8.8TEMPERATURES (in mb): Max: 14.9 at 11 am. Min: 12.4 at 12.30 am last night.PRESSURE (in mb): Max: 1011.8 currently. Min: 1007.8 at 5.30 am.I dunno about everyone in here but I'm not really liking this "sickly" muggy mild conditions. It's having the effect of making me go all menopausal. Unless I really am having some kind of mid-life crisis! Anyway, will bid my goodnights.
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13.6C, mostly clear, dry and surprisingly windy quite suddenly.Gusts topping 30mph.