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Offline Crepuscular Ray  
#21 Posted : 11 August 2019 14:59:35(UTC)
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Yes it's real festival weather. Had a quick trip into town. Thousands of tourists braving the gloom and incessant rain and it's 14 C! Might reach 100mm at my nearest station by tomorrow morning's observation (Swanston)
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Offline Gusty  
#22 Posted : 11 August 2019 15:17:52(UTC)
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Weak and hazy sunshine gave way to stronger sunshine between 2-3pm resulting in a max of 21.3c.

Its turned hazier again now with a temperature of 20.1c.

A quieter day but its still windy with occasional SW'ly gusts approaching 40mph.

RH 71%. Dewpoint 14c

Pressure 1011.6 mb falling

Steve - Folkestone, Kent

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Offline richardabdn  
#23 Posted : 11 August 2019 15:35:50(UTC)
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Bleak and depressing beyond words. If anything more like winter than just autumn 

Drizzling all day long with zero sun for the second day out of three but despite that rain total of 0.2mm 

It's maxed out at a truly dire 13.3C but it was as low as 11.7C at 2:30pm. Was only 11C between Westhill and Blackburn and also at Whiterashes in the middle of the afternoon.

These godawful temperatures are a complete joke for mid-August and once again show how it is much easier to get closer to record low than record high these days.

Another shocking summer 

Edited by user 11 August 2019 15:38:14(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

Aberdeen: The only place that misses out on everything

Summer 2020 - so bad it's worse than a dull and wet November and colder than a mild February

13th -27th August 2020 Sunshine: 30.9 hours

13th - 27th November 2019 Sunshine: 32.2 hours

25th - 31st August 2020 Mean Max: 14.1C

21st -27th February 2019 Mean Max: 14.3C

Offline Caz  
#24 Posted : 11 August 2019 16:02:51(UTC)
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We’ve had some sunny spells with the temp just squeezing 21c and a couple of sprinkles of light rain early afternoon.  Currently sunny with some dark clouds to my North East. 

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Offline johncs2016  
#25 Posted : 11 August 2019 16:41:47(UTC)
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Still raining here in Edinburgh just now with the result that nothing in the way of sunshine has been recorded for today at Edinburgh Gogarbank as at 5pm this afternoon.

This has also increased today's rainfall total so far as at 5pm this afternoon to 16.4 mm at Edinburgh Gogarbank and 9.4 mm at the botanic gardens in Edinburgh where just at least another 3.0 mm of rain is now needed in order for this month's total at that particular station to go above 100 mm. At this rate, I can now possibly see that happening within the next hour or so.

Meanwhile, the temperature at 5pm this afternoon was just a rather dismal 13°C here in Edinburgh.

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.

Online Tim A  
#26 Posted : 11 August 2019 19:54:17(UTC)
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A chilly 12.3c here now and clear after a high of 17.5c

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Offline Gusty  
#27 Posted : 11 August 2019 20:15:34(UTC)
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Fairly cool here too compared to recent weeks with a current temperature of 16.4c at 9pm.

 

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Offline johncs2016  
#28 Posted : 11 August 2019 20:56:55(UTC)
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Here in Edinburgh, this afternoon and evening have been thoroughly wet and miserable with the result that in the end, nothing in the way of sunshine was recorded for today at Edinburgh Gogarbank. That makes today only the first complete sunless day of this month at that particular station, but the 8th sunless day of this summer there.

It has never stopped raining since it first started at around lunchtime and as I write, it is still absolutely chucking it down here with the odd really torrential downpour at times which resulted in 7.4 mm of rain falling at Edinburgh Gogarbank just in the last hour alone.

As at 9pm tonight, the astonishing total of 30.2 mm of rain had now been recorded for today so far at Edinburgh Gogarbank along with just 18.4 mm at the botanic gardens in Edinburgh.

Meanwhile, the temperature at 9pm this evening was around 11°C here in Edinburgh.

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.

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