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"LIVE" WEATHER from our Davis Vantage Pro2 weather station. (5 minute update)
Summary for Thursday 22nd June 2017
The temperature fell steadily through the night to 160C at sunrise, 436 am, but it didn't stop there. That occurred 9 hours later at 134 pm when it fell to 14.60C. Not surprisingly, not only had it been another very muggy night but also a muggy morning with humidity above 80% until early afternoon, the morning dull with extensive cloud, hill fog and occasional minimal and unrecordable drizzle. It did become brighter in the early afternoon with occasional bursts of sunshine, but it wasn't until around 4 pm that the cloud cover lifted and became mainly scattered and the sun came out in earnest, the temperature then rising to the day's maximum of 190C and the solar panels sprung to life with 8 kWh of electricity generation. The less said about tomorrow though the better: extensive cloud with rain turning to drizzle and little sunshine - and the weekend looks not much better. (Links to forecasting sites at bottom of the page)
For a graphical display of data during the last 24 hours from our Davis Vantage Pro2 weather station click here .
Temperature and wind-chill for the last 24 hours to 6 pm
Wind speed for the last 24 hours to 6 pm
Rainfall for the last 24 hours to 6 pm
Rainfall rate for the last 24 hours to 6 pm
Solar radiation for the last 24 hours to 6 pm
Solar PV output for the last 24 hours to 6 pm
Minima and maxima for Wednesday 21st June 2017
Our Weather Records for previous months and years.
Weather Forecast from the Lake District National Park Weatherline available online. The Fell Conditions report has now stopped until Winter.
Mountain Weather Information Service with 3 day forecasts for Lake District. Those for Scotland, Snowdonia and The Peak District are also available from the Home page
For forecasts for all the mountain areas in the UK go to the Met Office Mountain area forecasts.
Metcheck short and long term forecasts for Keswick and Portinscale
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Thursday 22nd June 2017