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Colin Youngs[_3_] December 7th 18 09:01 PM

Wet and windy again on Friday: Capel Curig 37 mm / Benbecula 73 kn gust
 
Friday 7th December 2018


Meteosat MSG satellite picture from Ferdinand Valk’s site at 12.00 UTC http://www.fvalk.com/images/Day_image/MSG-1200-EUR.jpg

Meteosat MSG-3 satellite picture from Bernard Burton’s site at 12.00 UTC http://www.woksat.info/etcaal07m/aal07-msg-1200-uk.html

MetopA satellite picture from Bernard Burton’s site at 09.59 UTC http://www.woksat.info/etcaal07/aal07-0959-b-uk.html

MSG Europe 24-hour cloud animation http://www.meteo.be/meteo/view/nl/12...enbeelden.html


UK min. temps on Thursday night https://tinyurl.com/yazuzvy3

Charterhall 5.0°C, Lough Fea and Inverbervie 4.9°C, Eskdalemuir 4.8°C, Redesdale 4.3°C, Tain Range 4.1°C, Glen Ogle 3.9°C, Aviemore 3.3°C, Lossiemouth 3.1°C, Aboyne 2.1°C.

Weybourne, Portland, Farnborough, Shoreham and Guernsey Airport 12.1°C, Manston and St Helier (Jersey) 12.2°C, Bedford 12.3°C, London St James’s Park 12.8°C.


UK max. temps on Friday https://tinyurl.com/ycreveyx

Glen Ogle 5.0°C, Lough Fea 5.7°C, Glenanne 5.8°C, Copley 6.1°C, Ballypatrick 6.5°C, Belfast (Aldergrove) and Drumalbin 6..9°C.

Leeming, Weybourne, Marham, Yeovilton and Shoeburyness 12.8°C, Andrewsfield 12.9°C, Linton-on-Ouse, Northolt and Heathrow 13.0°C, Hawarden 13.1°C.

OGIMET summary https://tinyurl.com/ybb5bk8p


Rainfall radar http://www.weathercast.co.uk/radar/united-kingdom.html or https://en.meteox.com/en-gb/?fc=0&im...ropa24uurwsg84

UK rainfall totals in 24 hours to 18.00 UTC on Friday https://tinyurl.com/ybh3b4lw

Tulloch Bridge and Strathallan 18 mm, Shap and Trawsgoed 19 mm, Lake Vyrnwy 21 mm, Eskdalemuir and Bala 22 mm, Sennybridge and Liscombe 27 mm, Loch Glascarnoch 33 mm, Capel Curig 37 mm.

Sferics http://en.blitzortung.org/historical_maps.php?map=10
Review – 24 h Loop

Peak gusts in knots https://tinyurl.com/ybf5hopq

Jersey Airport 50 kn, Aultbea and Capel Curig 51 kn, Tiree 53 kn, Portland 55 kn, Stornoway and Glen Ogle 57 kn, South Uist 65 kn, Benbecula 73 kn.

High-level sites: Great Dun Fell 56 kn, Cairnwell 64 kn, Bealach na B* 76 kn, Aonach Mòr 83 kn, Cairngorm 93 kn.


Colin Youngs
Brussels

Freddie December 7th 18 10:08 PM

Wet and windy again on Friday: Capel Curig 37 mm / Benbecula 73 kn gust
 
45.6 mm in South Wales. Quite a wet night!

--
Freddie
Ystrad Rhondda

John Hall[_2_] December 8th 18 09:38 AM

Wet and windy again on Friday: Capel Curig 37 mm / Benbecula 73 kn gust
 
In message ,
Colin Youngs writes
UK rainfall totals in 24 hours to 18.00 UTC on Friday
https://tinyurl.com/ybh3b4lw

Tulloch Bridge and Strathallan 18 mm, Shap and Trawsgoed 19 mm, Lake
Vyrnwy 21 mm, Eskdalemuir and Bala 22 mm, Sennybridge and Liscombe 27
mm, Loch Glascarnoch 33 mm, Capel Curig 37 mm.


I'm a little surprised not to see any locations further south and east
in the list of wettest places. Here in my part of Surrey we had the most
prolonged really heavy rain that I've seen for a long time, which I
think lasted for at least four hours.
--
John Hall
"Hegel was right when he said that we learn from history
that man can never learn anything from history."
George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950)

Freddie December 8th 18 09:56 AM

Wet and windy again on Friday: Capel Curig 37 mm / Benbecula 73kn gust
 
On Saturday, 8 December 2018 10:39:52 UTC, John Hall wrote:
In message ,
Colin Youngs writes
UK rainfall totals in 24 hours to 18.00 UTC on Friday
https://tinyurl.com/ybh3b4lw

Tulloch Bridge and Strathallan 18 mm, Shap and Trawsgoed 19 mm, Lake
Vyrnwy 21 mm, Eskdalemuir and Bala 22 mm, Sennybridge and Liscombe 27
mm, Loch Glascarnoch 33 mm, Capel Curig 37 mm.


I'm a little surprised not to see any locations further south and east
in the list of wettest places. Here in my part of Surrey we had the most
prolonged really heavy rain that I've seen for a long time, which I
think lasted for at least four hours.
--

I've had a bit of a search, and found the following totals (highest to lowest) closest to Surrey:

Herstmonceux: 16 mm
Charlwood: 13 mm
Odiham: 13 mm
Thorney Island: 12 mm
Gravesend: 10 mm
South Farnborough: 10 mm
Heathrow: 8 mm
Shoreham: 7 mm

Maybe the heaviest rain fell in the gaps between these reporting stations?

--
Freddie
Ystrad
Rhondda
148m AMSL
http://www.hosiene.co.uk/weather/
https://twitter.com/YstradRhonddaWx for hourly reports (very few tweets getting through currently)
Stats for the month so far: https://www.hosiene.co.uk/weather/st...201812DEC.xlsx

John Hall[_2_] December 8th 18 05:54 PM

Wet and windy again on Friday: Capel Curig 37 mm / Benbecula 73 kn gust
 
In message ,
Freddie writes
On Saturday, 8 December 2018 10:39:52 UTC, John Hall wrote:
In message ,
Colin Youngs writes
UK rainfall totals in 24 hours to 18.00 UTC on Friday
https://tinyurl.com/ybh3b4lw

Tulloch Bridge and Strathallan 18 mm, Shap and Trawsgoed 19 mm, Lake
Vyrnwy 21 mm, Eskdalemuir and Bala 22 mm, Sennybridge and Liscombe 27
mm, Loch Glascarnoch 33 mm, Capel Curig 37 mm.


I'm a little surprised not to see any locations further south and east
in the list of wettest places. Here in my part of Surrey we had the most
prolonged really heavy rain that I've seen for a long time, which I
think lasted for at least four hours.
--

I've had a bit of a search, and found the following totals (highest to
lowest) closest to Surrey:


Thanks for going to the trouble of doing that.


Herstmonceux: 16 mm
Charlwood: 13 mm
Odiham: 13 mm
Thorney Island: 12 mm
Gravesend: 10 mm
South Farnborough: 10 mm
Heathrow: 8 mm
Shoreham: 7 mm


So none of them quite qualify for Colin's list.

Maybe the heaviest rain fell in the gaps between these reporting stations?


Could be. The nearest of those places to me is Charlwood, roughly 10
miles to the east of Cranleigh where I live
--
John Hall
"Hegel was right when he said that we learn from history
that man can never learn anything from history."
George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950)


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