Welcome Guest! To enable all features please Login. New Registrations are disabled.

Notification

Icon
Error

7 Pages«<34567>
Options
Go to last post Go to first unread
Offline Hippydave  
#81 Posted : 27 July 2019 09:17:02(UTC)
Hippydave

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 10/12/2010(UTC)
Posts: 1,243
Location: Tunbridge Wells

Local station to me showing 88mm for the month currently - the bulk of which has fallen on 3 days from memory (including the current rainfall).

Pretty much means that in the unlikely event August was entirely dry we'd still be a little above average for the summer locally. A fair chunk of recent rain has been from thunderstorms and showers (as was a decent chunk of June's total) so I imagine totals across Kent will vary quite dramatically!

Home: Tunbridge Wells

Work: East Grinstead

Offline Snow Hoper  
#82 Posted : 27 July 2019 11:54:12(UTC)
Snow Hoper

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 06/04/2006(UTC)
Posts: 38,069
Man
United Kingdom
Location: Thorndon, Suffolk

38.2mm here.
By the time you realise your parents were right, your kids already think that you're wrong!

Home : Thorndon, Suffolk.

Work: Around Bury St Edmunds.

Offline johncs2016  
#83 Posted : 27 July 2019 15:00:07(UTC)
johncs2016

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 13/06/2016(UTC)
Posts: 6,546
Man
United Kingdom
Location: West Pilton, Edinburgh

Now that it has stopped raining here with the rest of this weekend being forecast to be mostly dry here, I can now report that a total of 18.2 mm of rain has fallen during today so far at Edinburgh Gogarbank as at 3pm this afternoon along with 18.6 mm at the botanic gardens in Edinburgh.

That makes today the wettest day of this month so far at both of those stations and the wettest day of this year so far at the botanic gardens in Edinburgh.

For Edinburgh Gogarbank, that takes the total for this month so far to 76.4 mm, the total for this summer so far to 185.6 mm and the total for this year so far to 415.4 mm as at 3pm this afternoon.

This means that since more rain has now fallen there during this month than the 1981-2010 July average for that particular station, this month will now go down as being wetter than average there in terms of the actual rainfall amounts regardless of what happens between now and the end of the month.

This also means that a minimum total of just at least another 6.8 mm of rain now needs to fall at Edinburgh Gogarbank between now and the end of August in order for this entire summer to go down as being wetter than average there overall in terms of the actual rainfall amounts.

For the botanic gardens in Edinburgh, that takes the total for this month so far to 88.4 mm, the total for this summer so far to 163.0 mm and the total for this year so far to 377.0 mm as at 3pm this afternoon.

Regular heat spikes even in our poorest summers, and record Arctic Sea Ice Melt.

Two reasons why the human race is doomed to total extinction in the very near future, and why our time on this Earth will soon be over as our planet continues to burn up, due to sudden climate change which was man-made, and which is now running completely out of control.

Offline Northern Sky  
#84 Posted : 27 July 2019 18:11:39(UTC)
Northern Sky

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 16/08/2010(UTC)
Posts: 5,223
Location: Leeds W Yorks

17mm today so far, which is not to be sniffed at. Taking us to 39mm so far. 

Offline idj20  
#85 Posted : 27 July 2019 18:45:49(UTC)
idj20

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 05/04/2006(UTC)
Posts: 27,674
Man
Location: Folkestone (near the coast)

Now that the rain band appears to be petering out/moved slightly to our north, I have ended up with a useful 15.6 mm today. That's on top of the two lots of 8 mm earlier on this week and the lawn is appreciating that, but there is still a bone dry area under the conifer tree.

Offline AJ*  
#86 Posted : 27 July 2019 20:40:43(UTC)
AJ*

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 17/04/2006(UTC)
Posts: 1,291
Location: Tonbridge, Kent

After the rainfall in the last two days the running total for July to date here is 43.7mm, which is fairly close to the July LTA.

Angus; one of the Kent crew on TWO.
Offline Snow Hoper  
#87 Posted : 27 July 2019 23:29:33(UTC)
Snow Hoper

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 06/04/2006(UTC)
Posts: 38,069
Man
United Kingdom
Location: Thorndon, Suffolk

Continues to rise, 56mm.
By the time you realise your parents were right, your kids already think that you're wrong!

Home : Thorndon, Suffolk.

Work: Around Bury St Edmunds.

Offline Snow Hoper  
#88 Posted : 28 July 2019 08:24:04(UTC)
Snow Hoper

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 06/04/2006(UTC)
Posts: 38,069
Man
United Kingdom
Location: Thorndon, Suffolk

61.4mm
By the time you realise your parents were right, your kids already think that you're wrong!

Home : Thorndon, Suffolk.

Work: Around Bury St Edmunds.

Offline bradders  
#89 Posted : 28 July 2019 13:24:10(UTC)
bradders

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 20/11/2007(UTC)
Posts: 6,942
Man
United Kingdom
Location: Stockport.

115.7mm here.

Eric. Cheadle Hulme, Stockport.

Offline ARTzeman  
#90 Posted : 28 July 2019 13:48:48(UTC)
ARTzeman

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 14/07/2012(UTC)
Posts: 27,532
Man
Location: Peasedown St John. N.E. Sommerset

24.8 mm  Total this month to date.

Some people walk in the rain.

Others just get wet.

I Just Blow my horn

Offline johncs2016  
#91 Posted : 28 July 2019 14:35:57(UTC)
johncs2016

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 13/06/2016(UTC)
Posts: 6,546
Man
United Kingdom
Location: West Pilton, Edinburgh

In the end, a total of 18.4 mm of rain fell during yesterday at Edinburgh Gogarbank along with 18.8 mm at the botanic gardens in Edinburgh.

In addition to that, a total of 4.6 mm of rain has fallen during today so far at Edinburgh Gogarbank as at 3pm this afternoon along with 5.4 mm at the botanic gardens in Edinburgh.

For Edinburgh Gogarbank, that takes the total for this month so far to 81.2 mm, the total for this summer so far to 190.4 mm and the total for this year so far to 420.2 mm as at 3pm this afternoon.

This means that a minimum total of just at least another 3.1 mm of rain now needs to fall at Edinburgh Gogarbank between now and the end of August in order for this summer to go down as being wetter than average there overall in terms of the actual rainfall amounts.

For the botanic gardens in Edinburgh, that takes the total for this month so far to 94.0mm, the total for this summer so far to 168.6 mm and the total for this year so far to 382.6 mm as at 3pm this afternoon.

This means that a minimum total of just at least another 18.0 mm of rain now needs to fall at the botanic gardens in Edinburgh between now and the end of August in order for this summer to go down as being wetter than average there overall in terms of the actual rainfall amounts.

This also means that a minimum total of just at least another 5 more official rain days now need to occur at the botanic gardens in Edinburgh between now and the end of August in order for this summer to go down as being wetter than average there overall in terms of the number of official rain days.

Regular heat spikes even in our poorest summers, and record Arctic Sea Ice Melt.

Two reasons why the human race is doomed to total extinction in the very near future, and why our time on this Earth will soon be over as our planet continues to burn up, due to sudden climate change which was man-made, and which is now running completely out of control.

Offline sunny coast  
#92 Posted : 28 July 2019 18:47:41(UTC)
sunny coast

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 06/12/2009(UTC)
Posts: 481
Man
United Kingdom
Location: Eastbourne

Originally Posted by: Hippydave Go to Quoted Post

Local station to me showing 88mm for the month currently - the bulk of which has fallen on 3 days from memory (including the current rainfall).

Pretty much means that in the unlikely event August was entirely dry we'd still be a little above average for the summer locally. A fair chunk of recent rain has been from thunderstorms and showers (as was a decent chunk of June's total) so I imagine totals across Kent will vary quite dramatically!

recorded 83mm here this month  . 50 mm this weekend most between fri eve and Sat morning . Manchester gets a mention for 2 inches of raiin this weekend but not here!  monsoon like saturday morning! 

Offline Joe Bloggs  
#93 Posted : 28 July 2019 21:32:19(UTC)
Joe Bloggs

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 04/04/2006(UTC)
Posts: 24,902
Location: Manchester

https://flood-warning-information.service.gov.uk/warnings

Turning into quite a serious event across the Manchester area. 

River Mersey catchment areas looking badly affected. 

Withington, South Manchester, 38m ASL

Offline Russwirral  
#94 Posted : 28 July 2019 22:00:15(UTC)
Russwirral

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 21/11/2011(UTC)
Posts: 2,675
Location: Wirral

What looked to be a fairly dry weekend on prosper has turned out to be a proper washout. Non stop rain since yesterday morning. 42mm has fallen since 3am saturday.

Was bouncing off the floor a short time ago... not a good weather weekend.

Offline DEW  
#95 Posted : 29 July 2019 06:07:40(UTC)
DEW

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 05/04/2006(UTC)
Posts: 14,045
Man
Location: Chichester 12m. asl

MetO has Rochdale wettest  24-hr with 91.0 mm to midnight 28th

It has been observed that less snow falls here than any other place of equal extent in the kingdom, occasioned by the shelter of the hills and the warmth of the sea breezes - Alexander Hay, Guide to Chichester, 1805
Offline KevBrads1  
#96 Posted : 29 July 2019 06:51:38(UTC)
KevBrads1

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 17/03/2012(UTC)
Posts: 29,122
Location: Irlam

Rochdale recorded 111.6mm for the 48hrs of the weekend, 133.6mm since midnight of 24th July.

I think Rostherne is about 76mm in that same period since midnight of 24th July

MANCHESTER SUMMER INDEX 2020: 182

Timelapses, old weather forecasts and natural phenomena videos can be seen on this site

http://www.youtube.com/c...z2feWDTydhpEhQ/playlists

Offline speckledjim  
#97 Posted : 29 July 2019 07:54:22(UTC)
speckledjim

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 02/07/2006(UTC)
Posts: 4,224
Location: Thorner, West Yorkshire 112m asl

80.4mm to date....
Journalism is organised gossip
Offline Northern Sky  
#98 Posted : 29 July 2019 11:43:24(UTC)
Northern Sky

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 16/08/2010(UTC)
Posts: 5,223
Location: Leeds W Yorks

64mm to date. 

A very dry start to the month leading to above average rainfall and extreme heat. It's not been boring.

Offline jeffbeanpole1  
#99 Posted : 29 July 2019 14:19:50(UTC)
jeffbeanpole1

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 14/06/2007(UTC)
Posts: 71

7.2mm to date. Very dry. Expecting a top-up tomorrow however.
Llantwit Major, Vale of Glamorgan. Wales. 15m ASL.
Offline ARTzeman  
#100 Posted : 30 July 2019 08:35:12(UTC)
ARTzeman

Rank: Advanced Member

Joined: 14/07/2012(UTC)
Posts: 27,532
Man
Location: Peasedown St John. N.E. Sommerset

5.1 mm. This morning.

29.9 mm This Month.

Some people walk in the rain.

Others just get wet.

I Just Blow my horn

Users browsing this topic
7 Pages«<34567>
Forum Jump  
You cannot post new topics in this forum.
You cannot reply to topics in this forum.
You cannot delete your posts in this forum.
You cannot edit your posts in this forum.
You cannot create polls in this forum.
You cannot vote in polls in this forum.

Code of conduct

× FORUM Settings Posting League USER PHOTOS Sky Eye Camera Sky Eye Live Sky Eye Gallery MODEL CHARTS Arome Arpege ECM ECM ENS GEM GEFS GFS HIRLAM Icon Met Office UM Fax CFS GFSP