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Offline Essan  
#141 Posted : 18 June 2022 13:49:49(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: fairweather Go to Quoted Post

Those predictions of a 24 hour drop of 15C from 35 to 20 are now out of the window. Here, in what was a hot spot of 32.5C yesterday it was 25C at 10.00 am but has now dropped back to 23.6C so much more of a steady cooling to Sunday than first forecast.




It's currently 14.1c here - this time yesterday it was ~31.1c

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#142 Posted : 18 June 2022 13:52:02(UTC)
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A similar drop here. Currently a fraction above 15C, whereas yesterday we were nudging 30C at the same time.
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#143 Posted : 18 June 2022 14:20:49(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: SJV Go to Quoted Post
A similar drop here. Currently a fraction above 15C, whereas yesterday we were nudging 30C at the same time.

Similar with me . My nearest WS Stansted AP was 32c this time yesterday currently 15c.

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#144 Posted : 18 June 2022 14:32:52(UTC)
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My time-lapse for yesterday. The morning began very warm, before the sea breeze kicks in just after midday, wrecking the afternoon. The front then arrived in the evening to finish it off:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vDFjfnQ9J4c

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Offline Frank H  
#145 Posted : 18 June 2022 14:57:45(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Bolty Go to Quoted Post

My time-lapse for yesterday. The morning began very warm, before the sea breeze kicks in just after midday, wrecking the afternoon. The front then arrived in the evening to finish it off:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vDFjfnQ9J4c

Same trend here yesterday.

Max temp of 25.7c was recorded at 11.50am before dropping away.

At present only 13.8c which is 10c lower than same time yesterday

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#146 Posted : 18 June 2022 15:06:57(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Frank H Go to Quoted Post

 

Same trend here yesterday.

Max temp of 25.7c was recorded at 11.50am before dropping away.

At present only 13.8c which is 10c lower than same time yesterday

Yes, similar here today. It's been a complete non-event up here despite the media obsession this last week. But London got the heat, so that's all that matters!

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#147 Posted : 18 June 2022 15:07:08(UTC)
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An absolutely rancid write off of a day here in Witney. Temperature hovering around 13.5c in the rain.

The frankly outrageous GFS from a couple of days ago showing temps of 11-12c were actually not far off.

Never believed it could happen - but today has been a shocking day for June, wet, cold, miserable and resulting in an abandoned cricket match.

Just thoroughly putrid.

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#148 Posted : 18 June 2022 15:44:27(UTC)
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At this time yesterday it was 31.5c and now it’s 16.2c.  So the contrast in temperature was forecast correctly for here.  

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#149 Posted : 18 June 2022 16:06:01(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: fairweather Go to Quoted Post

Those predictions of a 24 hour drop of 15C from 35 to 20 are now out of the window. Here, in what was a hot spot of 32.5C yesterday it was 25C at 10.00 am but has now dropped back to 23.6C so much more of a steady cooling to Sunday than first forecast.

I'm in Gloucester this weekend and it was 29 this time yesterday today It's barely  made 13  hottest day of summer to coldest overnight .

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#150 Posted : 18 June 2022 16:18:49(UTC)
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Oh to live by the sea…. Yesterday 19.8c and sunny. Today 16.2c with distant rumbles of thunder.

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#151 Posted : 18 June 2022 16:49:27(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: moomin75 Go to Quoted Post
An absolutely rancid write off of a day here in Witney. Temperature hovering around 13.5c in the rain.
The frankly outrageous GFS from a couple of days ago showing temps of 11-12c were actually not far off.
Never believed it could happen - but today has been a shocking day for June, wet, cold, miserable and resulting in an abandoned cricket match.
Just thoroughly putrid.

And yet down here it almost hit 29C today before cooling off somewhat after midday. By 4pm it was still 21C but the breeze was picking up. 

 

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#152 Posted : 18 June 2022 17:01:15(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: roadrunnerajn Go to Quoted Post

Oh to live by the sea…. Yesterday 19.8c and sunny. Today 16.2c with distant rumbles of thunder.

I can see the sea from my back bedroom window (it's half a mile away). It didn't stop it getting to 31C yesterday and 23C today, though!

(Thankfully the heat has now gone, it's 16C and raining...)

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#153 Posted : 18 June 2022 17:27:58(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Retron Go to Quoted Post

 

I can see the sea from my back bedroom window (it's half a mile away). It didn't stop it getting to 31C yesterday and 23C today, though!

(Thankfully the heat has now gone, it's 16C and raining...)



And yet not a million miles away from you, the sun is still shining weakly and is bone dry. Cooling off nicely now at 17.1 C, though, but will take a while for the trapped warmth indoors to leech out.

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#154 Posted : 18 June 2022 17:45:46(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: idj20 Go to Quoted Post


And yet not a million miles away from you, the sun is still shining weakly and is bone dry. Cooling off nicely now at 17.1 C, though, but will take a while for the trapped warmth indoors to leech out.

Yes, the bricks were well-warmed yesterday - even this morning, they still felt warm to the touch. A storage heater, in effect, just a big one!

(It's still 22C in here as I write this, despite windows being open all afternoon...)

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#155 Posted : 18 June 2022 18:12:08(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: fairweather Go to Quoted Post

Those predictions of a 24 hour drop of 15C from 35 to 20 are now out of the window. Here, in what was a hot spot of 32.5C yesterday it was 25C at 10.00 am but has now dropped back to 23.6C so much more of a steady cooling to Sunday than first forecast.

Certainly a real drop here. From about 4pm it felt like autumn here. Howling wind, drizzle, thoroughly unpleasant. Had to go and rescue lots of stuff that was blowing round the garden.

AT 7pm yesterday Farnborough was reading 28.1C. At 7pm today it was 12.2C. That's a 15.9C drop in 24 hours.

The highest hourly temp today was 23.4C at 11am. By 3pm it had dropped 5C to 18.4C. Two hours later it was 15.7C!

Fortunately we just managed to get my son's birthday party (outdoor) in before the weather turned. Started at 1pm in warm muggy conditions, and around 2pm the chill started to set in but it was still dry. Finished at 3, and by 4pm it was horrid out.

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#156 Posted : 18 June 2022 18:21:40(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: idj20 Go to Quoted Post



And yet not a million miles away from you, the sun is still shining weakly and is bone dry. Cooling off nicely now at 17.1 C, though, but will take a while for the trapped warmth indoors to leech out.

Yes, despite a 15c drop in temperature, we’ve still had doors and windows open today to cool the house.  Yesterday it was cooler indoors, today it’s warmer indoors.   

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#157 Posted : 18 June 2022 18:30:07(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Caz Go to Quoted Post

Yes, despite a 15c drop in temperature, we’ve still had doors and windows open today to cool the house.  Yesterday it was cooler indoors, today it’s warmer indoors.   

I kept mine firmly shut to keep warm indoors which is 23-25C so comfortable while outside is very cold but tomorrow going to be 20C with sunshine so that will keep indoors in low 20's to mid 20's by next week.  Don't want to put the heating on if you let the free warmth out too much.

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#158 Posted : 18 June 2022 18:39:57(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Jiries Go to Quoted Post

 

I kept mine firmly shut to keep warm indoors which is 23-25C so comfortable while outside is very cold but tomorrow going to be 20C with sunshine so that will keep indoors in low 20's to mid 20's by next week.  Don't want to put the heating on if you let the free warmth out too much.

I won’t be having my heating on.  I don’t like to be too warm, especially at night, so my bedroom is never heated and I have the window open all winter.  Our thermostat is set to 19c downstairs. 

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#159 Posted : 18 June 2022 18:51:50(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Caz Go to Quoted Post

I won’t be having my heating on.  I don’t like to be too warm, especially at night, so my bedroom is never heated and I have the window open all winter.  Our thermostat is set to 19c downstairs. 

Mine is set to 16°C until autumn. The thought of mid 20s overnight is horrible. I suspect the heating may kick in once or twice before the end of August.

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#160 Posted : 18 June 2022 19:05:55(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: doctormog Go to Quoted Post

 

Mine is set to 16°C until autumn. The thought of mid 20s overnight is horrible. I suspect the heating may kick in once or twice before the end of August.

  

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