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Offline Bertwhistle  
#61 Posted : 25 September 2020 16:23:18(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: ARTzeman Go to Quoted Post

Met Office Hadley           25.2c           Anomaly       1.4c. Provisional to 24th

Metcheck                        14.80c         Anomaly       1.08c

Netweather                     15.47c         Anomaly       1.78c

Peasedown St John        14.56c        Anomaly       2.03c.  

Glad to see it creeping up again slowly.

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#62 Posted : 25 September 2020 16:47:55(UTC)
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Glad to see it creeping up again slowly.

 

I put it down to effect of the prolonged SE England super-summer

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#63 Posted : 25 September 2020 16:57:06(UTC)
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Anyone want to make a renewed stab at a finishing number after adjustments?  To the nearest .1 of a degree?

 

 

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#64 Posted : 25 September 2020 17:00:09(UTC)
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12.8C (+0.4C) here now, with a few chilly days coming it will be about on average I guess.
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#65 Posted : 25 September 2020 20:21:45(UTC)
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Anyone want to make a renewed stab at a finishing number after adjustments?  To the nearest .1 of a degree?

 

 

 

14.35c

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Offline Whether Idle  
#66 Posted : 25 September 2020 20:31:14(UTC)
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14.35c

That would suit me fine!  But it could be anywhere between 14.2 and 14.6.

Meanwhile thoughts turn to October...

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Offline ARTzeman  
#67 Posted : 26 September 2020 10:07:48(UTC)
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Met Office Hadley             15.0c.        Anomaly        1.2c. Provisional to 25th.

Metcheck                          14.59c       Anomaly        0.87c

Netweather                       15.27c       Anomaly        1.38c

Peasedown St John          14.36c      Anomaly         1.83c  

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#68 Posted : 27 September 2020 09:49:52(UTC)
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Met Office Hadley           14.7c.          Anomaly         1.1c. Provisional to 26th.

Metcheck                        14.42c         Anomaly         0.70c

Netweather                     15.05c         Anomaly         1.36c

Peasedown St John       14.36c         Anomaly         1.83c. 

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#69 Posted : 27 September 2020 14:15:12(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: ARTzeman Go to Quoted Post

Met Office Hadley           14.7c.          Anomaly         1.1c. Provisional to 26th.

Metcheck                        14.42c         Anomaly         0.70c

Netweather                     15.05c         Anomaly         1.36c

Peasedown St John       14.36c         Anomaly         1.83c. 

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#70 Posted : 27 September 2020 15:04:49(UTC)
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I think it’s going down a little too steeply for my 14.5c guess. 

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#71 Posted : 27 September 2020 16:22:17(UTC)
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12z GFS gives me a final CET estimate of 14.2°C when starting with the provisional value.

I'd not be surprised if that provisional was at least a tenth too high, though. Actual finish could be as low as 13.9°C but most likely in the 14.0-14.1°C range.

We're talking very close to the 1981-2010 average - so much warmth eroded away by a cool final third!

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#72 Posted : 28 September 2020 09:49:26(UTC)
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Met Ofice Hadley           14.06c.         Anomaly        0.9c. Provisional to 27th.

Metcheck                       14.33c          Anomaly        0.60c

Netweather                    14.88c          Anomaly        1.19c

Peasedown St John       13.92c        Anomaly         1.39c. 

 

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#73 Posted : 28 September 2020 11:05:13(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: ARTzeman Go to Quoted Post

Met Ofice Hadley           14.06c.         Anomaly        0.9c. Provisional to 27th.

Metcheck                       14.33c          Anomaly        0.60c

Netweather                    14.88c          Anomaly        1.19c

Peasedown St John       13.92c        Anomaly         1.39c. 

 

 

Met Ofice Hadley           14.6c.         Anomaly        0.9c. Provisional to 27th

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#74 Posted : 28 September 2020 13:54:48(UTC)
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An end of month cool down is helping me for a 2nd month in a row then.

Have just returned from a week in Greece and really shocked at how temperatures have dropped off in that time .

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#75 Posted : 29 September 2020 09:59:48(UTC)
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Met Office Hadley          14.4c         Anomaly        0.8c. Provisional to 28th

Metcheck                       14.28c       Anomaly        0.56c 

Netweather                    14.76c       Anomaly        1.07c

Peasedown St John       14.12c       Anomaly        1.59c.      

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#76 Posted : 29 September 2020 11:15:38(UTC)
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I'm starting to wonder if 13.9 might be possible for this September? Guess it will depend how big the downwards correction is assuming we get one this month?

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#77 Posted : 30 September 2020 09:50:52(UTC)
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Met Office Hadley          14.3c        Anomaly        0.8c. Provisional 29th.

Metcheck                       14.21c      Anomaly        0.48c

Netweather                    14.72c      Anomaly        1.03c 

Peasedown St John      14.11c      Anomaly        1.58c. 

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Offline Gavin P  
#78 Posted : 30 September 2020 10:10:39(UTC)
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Thanks ART 

So another 0.1C off yesterday. Think we can assume we'll get another 0.1C off today given how cool and damp it is in the Midlands. That gets us to 14.2C before downwards corrections.

So whether we get to 13.9C will depend on how big the downwards correction is this month (if we get one at all)

Has certainly been another very impressive CET collapse in this final week or so... 

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#79 Posted : 30 September 2020 17:32:28(UTC)
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Thanks ART 

So another 0.1C off yesterday. Think we can assume we'll get another 0.1C off today given how cool and damp it is in the Midlands. That gets us to 14.2C before downwards corrections.

So whether we get to 13.9C will depend on how big the downwards correction is this month (if we get one at all)

Has certainly been another very impressive CET collapse in this final week or so... 

  Indeed Gavin!  The final week has had a great impact.   Considering the further we get into a month, the less effect a few days temperature change has, it just goes to show how much the temp has fallen this week. 

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Offline four  
#80 Posted : 30 September 2020 18:56:04(UTC)
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Ending on 12.2C (-0.2C) here.
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