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TEMPERATURE


3.4°C
-0.1°C/hr


It feels like 0°C



Today's Hi: 6.7°C at 12:18

Today's Low: 3.3°C at 16:48


VIRTUAL TEMPERATURES

Heat Index: 3.4°C

Wind Chill: 0.3°C

Humidex: 1.4°C

Apparent Temperature: -0.0°C


Comfort Level:

Cold

 
 

BAROMETER


987.6mb

Falling

-1.9mb in the last 3 hours

The highest pressure recorded was 1049.0mb on 19-7-2006

The lowest pressure recorded was 956.0mb on 10-3-2008

Dew Point: 0.7°C

Humidity

82%

 

Yesterday



High: 4.4°C at 23:50
Low: -2.9°C at 00:00
Overnight Low: 3.3°C

Rain: 2.6mm

Maximum Wind Gust
at
 

ALMANAC


Sunrise: 08:13

Sunset: 15:54

Change in the day length since yesterday-00:00:59

MOON PHASE

18% illuminated

Waning Crescent Moon

Waning Crescent Moon
 
Moonrise: 02:51

Moonset: 13:59

Full Moon on 03 December 2017
 

RAIN


Daily Rain:  1.4 mm

Yesterdays rain: 2.6 mm

Rain for the last 7 days: 18.6 mm

Rain this month: 22.6 mm

Consecutive days with no rain: 0


Total rainfall for the year:

357.8 mm


Days with rain this year: 184

Rain Rate


0.00 mm/hr

 
Cloud Height:

1442 ft
 

WIND


 

Gust
9.0 mph


Direction: WSW


Highest gust today:

21.0 mph at 13:19



Average Wind:
 
7.6 mph




Beaufort Scale:

Gentle Breeze


 

Explanation of terms


Apparent Temperature - is the general term for the perceived outdoor temperature, caused by the combined effects of air temperature, relative humidity and wind speed.


Dew Point - is the temperature to which air must be cooled, at constant barometric pressure, for water vapour to condense into water. The condensed water is called dew.


Heat Index - a measure of how humidity effects the perception of temperature. In humid conditions, the air feels hotter than it actually is, mainly due to the reduced cooling effects of perspiration.


Humidex - The humidex is used to reflect the combined effect of heat and humidity. It differs from the heat index in using dew point rather than relative humidity. A humidex of at least 30 causes "some discomfort", at least 40 causes "great discomfort" and above 45 is "dangerous." When the humidex hits 54, heat stroke is imminent.


Wind Chill - measures the effect of wind speed on the perception of temperature. In windy conditions, the air feels cooler than it actually is, because of increased effect of the drying of perspiration.

 
 
Updated: 13/12/2017 18:32