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Northern Sky
Friday, September 9, 2022 8:54:38 PM

33.5mm so far.

speckledjim
Saturday, September 10, 2022 7:41:29 AM
24mm
Thorner, West Yorkshire


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Rob K
Saturday, September 10, 2022 10:01:17 AM
54mm for the month which means one sixth of 2022’s rainfall so far has come in 9 days.
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Gusty
Saturday, September 10, 2022 11:02:11 AM

49.2mm


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johncs2016
Monday, September 12, 2022 6:40:14 AM

The latest rainfall data for Edinburgh Gogarbank and the botanic gardens in Edinburgh are as follows:


Data For Recent Days


Total since 10am BST yesterday morning (09:00 UTC): 5.8 mm at Edinburgh Gogarbank along with 7.0 mm at the botanic gardens in Edinburgh (as at 6am BST this morning on Monday 12 September 2022)


Monthly Data


Total for this month so far: 52.0 mm (94.3% of 1991-2020 September average) at Edinburgh Gogarbank along with 55.0 mm (100.1% of 1991-2020 September average) at the botanic gardens in Edinburgh
Number of rain days during this month so far: 5 (47.4% of 1991-2020 September average) at Edinburgh Gogarbank along with 5 (50.4% of 1991-2020 September average) at the botanic gardens in Edinburgh
Number of dry days during this month so far: 4 at Edinburgh Gogarbank along with 4 at the botanic gardens in Edinburgh


This means that more rain has now fallen during this month at the botanic gardens in Edinburgh than the 1991-2020 September average for that particular station which means that regardless of what happens between now and the end of this month, this month will now go down as being wetter than average there in terms of the actual rainfall amounts.


However, this also means that another 3.4 mm of rain or more still needs to fall at Edinburgh Gogarbank between now and the end of this month in order for this month to go down as being wetter than average there in terms of the actual rainfall amounts.


Furthermore, this also means that just another 5 or more rain days now needs to be recorded at the botanic gardens in Edinburgh between now and the end of this month in order for this month to go down as being wetter than average there in terms of the number of rain days.


However, it should be borne in mind that those are the two stations here in Edinburgh where there has actually been the least amount of recent rainfall as has been highlighted on this thread fairly recently so at other stations here in Edinburgh, this month's totals are already well above that particular station's long term September average, especially in the south of Edinburgh.


In addition to that, we are still not even halfway through this month yet ans so, it is probably safe to say now that this will be a wetter than average month in the end, even at Edinburgh Gogarbank which at long, long last will finally end our long run of drier than average months even though this hasn't officially happened there just yet.


Seasonal Data


Total for this Autumn so far: 52.0 mm (24.6% of 1991-2020 Autumn average) at Edinburgh Gogarbank along with 55.0 mm (28.1% of 1991-2020 Autumn average) at the botanic gardens in Edinburgh
Number of rain days during this Autumn so far: 5 (13.7% of 1991-2020 Autumn average) at Edinburgh Gogarbank along with 5 (15.0% of 1991-2020 Autumn average) at the botanic gardens in Edinburgh
Number of dry days during this Autumn so far: 4 at Edinburgh Gogarbank along with 4 at the botanic gardens in Edinburgh


Annual Data


Total for this year so far: 410.4 mm (52.3% of 1991-2020 year average) at Edinburgh Gogarbank along with 361.4 mm (49.7% of 1991-2020 year average) at the botanic gardens in Edinburgh
Number of rain days during this year so far: 85 (61.8% of 1991-2020 year average) at Edinburgh Gogarbank along with 76 (59.3% of 1991-2020 year average) at the botanic gardens in Edinburgh
Number of dry days during this year so far: 130 at Edinburgh Gogarbank along with 129 at the botanic gardens in Edinburgh


Note


This data has been obtained from the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) by using a beta version of their latest upcoming API system.


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speckledjim
Monday, September 12, 2022 6:48:23 AM
now up to 32.6mm
Thorner, West Yorkshire


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Northern Sky
Monday, September 12, 2022 8:04:14 AM

40mm after last nights rain.

speckledjim
Tuesday, September 13, 2022 6:53:53 AM
0.4mm yesterday brings the total to 33mm
Thorner, West Yorkshire


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Gusty
Tuesday, September 13, 2022 8:59:12 AM

49.6mm here so far.


Another 20mm of steady useful rain could fall in the next 24 hours. 


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ARTzeman
Tuesday, September 13, 2022 11:43:23 AM

41.6 mm this month. 


Light rain is falling now.






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ARTzeman
Wednesday, September 14, 2022 10:16:43 AM

50.3 MM This Month.






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sunny coast
Wednesday, September 14, 2022 10:35:07 AM
30mm since midnight takes us to the 100mm mark already this month in eastbourne . Very wet in the past 12 hours
Gusty
Thursday, September 15, 2022 7:26:43 AM

71.8mm for the month. The SE coast wet season has officially commenced. 


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idj20
Thursday, September 15, 2022 8:36:17 AM


71.8mm for the month. The SE coast wet season has officially commenced. 


Originally Posted by: Gusty 



Usually I record less than you but I've picked up 112.4 mm here at my harbourside location! Yet I'm only a couple of miles away from you, I think it was where I was more subjected to the Channel-fed showers moving onshore.


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Gusty
Thursday, September 15, 2022 9:15:11 AM



Usually I record less than you but I've picked up 112.4 mm here at my harbourside location! Yet I'm only a couple of miles away from you, I think it was where I was more subjected to the Channel-fed showers moving onshore.


Originally Posted by: idj20 


Yep. Unquestionably. The wet season is specific focused on the coastlines. 


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ARTzeman
Saturday, September 17, 2022 8:59:06 PM

No change for the next 11 days. At least the area forecast predicts.






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johncs2016
Sunday, September 18, 2022 7:05:51 AM


No change for the next 11 days. At least the area forecast predicts.


Originally Posted by: ARTzeman 


Luckily, there was enough rain fairly recently for this month to go down as being wetter than average anyway.


However, that is starting to look like just another blip because every sing time that it gets the least bit wet for any length of time, it always dries up again very soon afterwards and it seems as though we just CANNOT get a properly sustained period of wet weather any more, such as what is needed in order to properly make up the overall rainfall deficit in the longer term.


Because of that, it wouldn't surprise me one if every month from now on during the rest of this year went on to be substantially drier than average again with even this month being drier than average in terms of the number of official rain days, especially as were now about to go into our third La Nina winter in a row with that being blamed by many for the persistent drier than average pattern of weather which we keep on experiencing.


That is what I've become so tired of now, and that is why my overall interest in this weather has been draining away quite a lot recently (hence the reason why I don't post as much here any more as much I used to).


 


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richardabdn
Sunday, September 18, 2022 7:31:39 AM

Absolutely vile, horrendous and totally rank September that has so far produced a ridiculous 108.6mm  Already the wettest I have recorded - the previous high was just 86.4mm in 2009.


The 3rd to 9th has to rate as the worst ever week of September weather with the worst possible synoptics producing 87.8mm of rain, virtually no sunshine and horrrific temperatures without precedent in historic records. Mean min was 14.4C which is hardly ever recorded once - last years record September had no min this mild - never mind as an average over a week. At the same time the mean max was a near average 16.7C 


So glad I was not here to endure that even if the weather I experienced in London was also crap it didn't even come close to that on the scale of abject horror.


Now I am being forced to endure my second least favourite synoptics which are producing horrid cold unpleasant days with average nights and daily unwanted rainfall to add to the already ludicrous total 


Now on 481.4mm for the year so running above the average of 469mm to this point. Running 12-month total continuing above average at 840mm. Hasn't been below average in almost two years and there hasn't been two consecutive dry months since March/April 2021 


Sinply awful and a prolonged dry spell is long overdue but unlikely to happen with the wettest quarter of the year to endure. The average of 234mm for Oct-Dec is bad enough but the last three years have averaged a horrific 323mm 


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Northern Sky
Monday, September 19, 2022 6:15:29 PM

42.5mm here after some unexpected drizzle this morning.

Tim A
Tuesday, September 20, 2022 7:25:22 AM


42.5mm here after some unexpected drizzle this morning.


Originally Posted by: Northern Sky 


Was a disappointing morning, the forecast said isolated showers but there was a whole morning of fine light rain moving down slowly from the NW. 


 


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