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After a very wet night last night the March rainfall to 0900z today in
Tideswell stands at 134.3 mm. It needs only another 19.2 mm to make
this the wettest March in my 11-year record. The variation in March
rainfall over the years is interesting. In particular, the increasing
trend since 2011 is quite striking.

March 2019 (to 13th) 134.3 mm
March 2018 153.5 mm
March 2017 113.8 mm
March 2016 122.1 mm
March 2015 111.0 mm
March 2014 66.5 mm
March 2013 84.5 mm
March 2012 27.4 mm
March 2011 14.6 mm
March 2010 89.1 mm
March 2009 84.4 mm

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Tideswell, Derbyshire
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On Thursday, March 14, 2019 at 1:27:36 PM UTC, Norman Lynagh wrote:
After a very wet night last night the March rainfall to 0900z today in
Tideswell stands at 134.3 mm. It needs only another 19.2 mm to make
this the wettest March in my 11-year record. The variation in March
rainfall over the years is interesting. In particular, the increasing
trend since 2011 is quite striking.

March 2019 (to 13th) 134.3 mm
March 2018 153.5 mm
March 2017 113.8 mm
March 2016 122.1 mm
March 2015 111.0 mm
March 2014 66.5 mm
March 2013 84.5 mm
March 2012 27.4 mm
March 2011 14.6 mm
March 2010 89.1 mm
March 2009 84.4 mm

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Tideswell, Derbyshire
303m a.s.l.
https://peakdistrictweather.org
twitter: @TideswellWeathr


In Penzance
March 2019 (to 13th) 104.3 mm
March 2018 201.2 mm
March 2017 114.3 mm
March 2016 125.0 mm
March 2015 73.0 mm
March 2014 106.4 mm
March 2013 116.7 mm
March 2012 23.4 mm
March 2011 34.6 mm
March 2010 89.1 mm !!
March 2009 59.9 mm
If you go back further
March 2008 116.0 mm
March 2007 91.5 mm
March 2006 145.1 mm
March 2005 47.4 mm
March 2004 78.3 mm
March 2003 42.0 mm
March 2002 75.9 mm
March 2001 173.5 mm
March 2000 18.1 mm
March 1999 48.8 mm
March 1998 114.9 mm
March 1997 54.0 mm
March 1996 61.0 mm
March 1995 73.7 mm
March 1994 87.0 mm
March 1993 36.4 mm

It does rather demonstrate recent years have tended to be wet. 6 of the last 7 years have seen 100mm. Only 4 of the previous 20 years saw 100mm, and no years were consecutive.

Graham
Penzance


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After a very wet night last night the March rainfall to 0900z today in
Tideswell stands at 134.3 mm. It needs only another 19.2 mm to make
this the wettest March in my 11-year record. The variation in March
rainfall over the years is interesting. In particular, the increasing
trend since 2011 is quite striking.


March 2019 (to 13th) 134.3 mm
March 2018 153.5 mm
March 2017 113.8 mm
March 2016 122.1 mm
March 2015 111.0 mm
March 2014 66.5 mm
March 2013 84.5 mm
March 2012 27.4 mm
March 2011 14.6 mm
March 2010 89.1 mm
March 2009 84.4 mm


After lasts night rain my March rainfall stands at 80.4mm (at 09.00 today).
On average March is one of our driest months with only three recording more
than 100mm since 1960,

1981 - 126.5mm
1988 - 122.2mm
1998 - 108.2mm

Interesting to see if any of the above are beaten, still 17 days to go


Graham (Weston Coyney)


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On 14/03/2019 13:27, Norman Lynagh wrote:
After a very wet night last night the March rainfall to 0900z today in
Tideswell stands at 134.3 mm. It needs only another 19.2 mm to make
this the wettest March in my 11-year record. The variation in March
rainfall over the years is interesting. In particular, the increasing
trend since 2011 is quite striking.


Blimey Norman, I thought we've had enough rain here. It's still been
pretty soggy though nothing like last year.

March 2019 (to 14th) 59.4 mm
March 2018 179.3 mm
March 2017 62.8 mm
March 2016 96.5 mm
March 2015 39.1 mm
March 2014 59.8 mm
March 2013 110.4 mm
March 2012 14.4 mm
March 2011 24.3 mm
March 2010 54.5 mm
March 2009 41.4 mm
March 2008 116.4 mm
March 2007 68.2 mm
March 2006 70.8 mm

I don't really see a pattern here, too early to say if there's a trend
towards wetter Marches.

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Otter Valley, Devon
20 m amsl
http://www.ottervalleyweather.me.uk
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On Thursday, 14 March 2019 19:34:37 UTC, Nick Gardner wrote:
On 14/03/2019 13:27, Norman Lynagh wrote:
After a very wet night last night the March rainfall to 0900z today in
Tideswell stands at 134.3 mm. It needs only another 19.2 mm to make
this the wettest March in my 11-year record.

Blimey Norman, I thought we've had enough rain here. It's still been
pretty soggy though nothing like last year.


If you want soggy, come to Wales. 218.6 mm to 0900z, currently standing at 222.2 mm. What is it that bingo callers say? 2 little ducks? Definitely weather that suits ducks.

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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...201903MAR.xlsx


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On Thursday, March 14, 2019 at 7:58:13 PM UTC, Freddie wrote:
On Thursday, 14 March 2019 19:34:37 UTC, Nick Gardner wrote:
On 14/03/2019 13:27, Norman Lynagh wrote:
After a very wet night last night the March rainfall to 0900z today in
Tideswell stands at 134.3 mm. It needs only another 19.2 mm to make
this the wettest March in my 11-year record.

Blimey Norman, I thought we've had enough rain here. It's still been
pretty soggy though nothing like last year.


If you want soggy, come to Wales. 218.6 mm to 0900z, currently standing at 222.2 mm. What is it that bingo callers say? 2 little ducks? Definitely weather that suits ducks.

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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...201903MAR.xlsx


March figures here in Wembury:

1985 86
1986 96.4
1987 83.3
1988 107.2
1989 105.7
1990 14.1
1991 104.9
1992 48.7
1993 31.5
1994 91
1995 74.7
1996 52.4
1997 35.3
1998 92.3
1999 73.9
2000 27.4
2001 158.6
2002 84.9
2003 42.6
2004 94.0
2005 38.1
2006 108.0
2007 99.2
2008 114.8
2009 44.1
2010 81.4
2011 41.8
2012 30.4
2013 128.4
2014 83.3
2015 56.5
2016 88.1
2017 94.6
2018 181.3
2019 86.8 to 14th

No particular trend here.

Len
Wembury, SW Devon coast
83 m asl


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