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Daily rainfall totals (mm) in Tideswell during the past 14 days:

16th: 18.7
15th: 11.2
14th: 9.6
13th: 20.6
12th: 12.3
11th: 16.6
10th: 10.0
9th: 13.0
8th: 7.7
7th: 10.3
6th: 11.2
5th: 15.8
4th: 4.6
3rd: 8.3


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On Sunday, 17 March 2019 09:25:45 UTC, Norman Lynagh wrote:
Daily rainfall totals (mm) in Tideswell during the past 14 days:

16th: 18.7
15th: 11.2
14th: 9.6
13th: 20.6
12th: 12.3
11th: 16.6
10th: 10.0
9th: 13.0
8th: 7.7
7th: 10.3
6th: 11.2
5th: 15.8
4th: 4.6
3rd: 8.3

Similar in south Wales:
16th: 29.6
15th: 25.6
14th: 11.6
13th: 27.4
12th: 8.4
11th: 28.6
10th: 0.8
9th: 22.0
8th: 14.2
7th: 2.6
6th: 19.4
5th: 43.8
4th: 7.2
3rd: 18.0

2100z last night to 0900z this morning was the first 12-hour period without measurable rain since 0900z-2100z on 27th February. Last day without precipitation was 26th February.

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On Sunday, March 17, 2019 at 10:24:04 AM UTC, Freddie wrote:
On Sunday, 17 March 2019 09:25:45 UTC, Norman Lynagh wrote:
Daily rainfall totals (mm) in Tideswell during the past 14 days:

16th: 18.7
15th: 11.2
14th: 9.6
13th: 20.6
12th: 12.3
11th: 16.6
10th: 10.0
9th: 13.0
8th: 7.7
7th: 10.3
6th: 11.2
5th: 15.8
4th: 4.6
3rd: 8.3

Similar in south Wales:
16th: 29.6
15th: 25.6
14th: 11.6
13th: 27.4
12th: 8.4
11th: 28.6
10th: 0.8
9th: 22.0
8th: 14.2
7th: 2.6
6th: 19.4
5th: 43.8
4th: 7.2
3rd: 18.0

2100z last night to 0900z this morning was the first 12-hour period without measurable rain since 0900z-2100z on 27th February. Last day without precipitation was 26th February.

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Are you starting to regret moving? (. .or does the more exciting weather make up for it!)

We've been far enough south of the front to get quite bright & mainly dry if very windy weather for 2 or 3 days, up until 16:00 yesterday when the cold front finally arrived. 14mm between then and 09:00 this morning.

Graham
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On Sunday, 17 March 2019 11:03:37 UTC, Graham Easterling wrote:

Are you starting to regret moving? (. .or does the more exciting weather make up for it!)

Definitely not - the weather around here is amazing! Unfortunately we will not be remaining here for various non-weather-related reasons, and will be returning to Shropshire - watch this space!

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Freddie wrote:

On Sunday, 17 March 2019 11:03:37 UTC, Graham Easterling wrote:

Are you starting to regret moving? (. .or does the more exciting
weather make up for it!)

Definitely not - the weather around here is amazing! Unfortunately
we will not be remaining here for various non-weather-related
reasons, and will be returning to Shropshire - watch this space!


We've moved 3 times in the 40 years since we got married and that's
much more frequently than I like!

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In message , Norman Lynagh
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Daily rainfall totals (mm) in Tideswell during the past 14 days:

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My subjective impression is that here in Cranleigh it's been wet but not
exceptionally so. I think the most remarkable feature has been the wind.
I can't remember such a windy couple of weeks in March (in December or
January it wouldn''t have been that notable)..
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On Sunday, March 17, 2019 at 10:04:41 PM UTC, John Hall wrote:





My subjective impression is that here in Cranleigh it's been wet but not
exceptionally so. I think the most remarkable feature has been the wind.
I can't remember such a windy couple of weeks in March (in December or
January it wouldn''t have been that notable)..
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that man can never learn anything from history."
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But John, it's been the equinoctial gales.
Although a tad early.
Always windy as the atmosphere in mid lats, warmed by the rising sun, meets the still winter chilled northern latitudes.

Len
Wembury
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On Sunday, March 17, 2019 at 10:04:41 PM UTC, John Hall wrote:


My subjective impression is that here in Cranleigh it's been wet but not
exceptionally so.
John Hall



Surrey weather is very gentle! Here in Molesey, at the northern end of the county (and the driest spot too)......

Rainfall for the month so far 49.0mm until 09h this morning. A little above average but nothing to compare with the Rhondda or the Peak District, or indeed with Snowdonia!

However, one notable snippet for here - assuming that we've had measurable rain today (sharp hail shrs pm), today will have been the 18th consecutive day with measurable rain. That is really unusual in these parts and I cannot remember such a sequence of the top of my head. Mind you, no 09-09h rainfall day reached as much as 10mm. With no sig rain expected before April, concerns could easily turn towards groundwater drought down here.

Julian Mayes

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