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(10/06/2022 to 10/06/2023)
Average Daily Weather
(10/06/2022 to 10/06/2023)
3 hours 20 minutes
(10/06/2022 to 10/06/2023)
Grass minimum
Most rain
47.8 mm
Most sunshine
14 hours 12 minutes
Observers Comment
The average temperature between 10/06/2022 and 10/06/2023 was 10.3ºC, ranging between a low of -7.1ºC on 14th December 2022, and a high of 31.2ºC on 18th July 2022. The sunniest day was 10th August 2022 when it was sunny for 14 hours 12 minutes. There was 823.6mm of rain in total, with the rainiest day being 3rd September 2022 when there was 47.8mm of rainfall.
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Rainy days
Rainy Dry Trace

A trace is classed as when more than 0mm but less than 0.05mm of rainfall is measured.
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Temperature measurements
date dry bulb am dry bulb min dry bulb max wet bulb am grass min soil 30cm soil 100cm
10/06/2022 15.8ºC 11.2ºC 19.6ºC 13.5ºC 7ºC 15.2ºC 13.7ºC
Rainfall measurements
date rainfall
10/06/2022 0.5mm
Wind measurements
date wind speed wind direction
10/06/2022 19 knots 230º
Conditions measurements
date cloud visibility present ground
10/06/2022 6/8 7/9 60 1
Sunshine measurements
date sunshine
10/06/2022 11 hours 12 minutes
Pressure measurements
date pressure
10/06/2022 1009.4 mbar
Humidity measurements
date humidity am
10/06/2022 77.5%
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Any measurements without digitised readings have been omitted from the tables above.