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Saturday 25th March: Sunday 26th March sees the start of BST, so clocks went forward * Note: BST, British Summer Time, relates to time only, and is NOT the start of the Summer season. We are still in Spring. Summer, in Meteorology terms, begins 1st June.

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CURRENT CONDITIONS DASHBOARD - Updated 5:15pm 31-Dec-1969 Weather:

CURRENT WEATHER*:-

* Current Conditions may reflect 'Dry'/'Stopped Raining' when it is obviously raining. Unless rainfall is moderate/heavy during any rainfall, it can take a while for even as little as 0.1mm to be recorded, hence, the perceived 'incorrect' description of 'Dry'/'Stopped Raining'

5.9°CColder 1.1°C than last hour.
Hi:10.6°C at 2:48pm
Lo:0.3°C at 5:34am
Hum
Dew
Wetbulb
56%Increased 6% since last hour.
-2.2°C
2.9°C
Gusting At
Average
4.5
3.1
NNW(341)
Pressure
1013.0 hPa 
Steady
Rainfall
0.7 mm
Last Hr:0.7 mm
PETERBOROUGH WEATHER WATCH DAILY FORECAST
* Daily F+orecast Update Is Generally Between 06:30 & 08:00 Monday-Friday - Weekend Update Will Be Later *
For Hourly Local Conditions and Weather Updates through the day
APR 1991-2005 - Av 9.0°C - Max 13.6°C - Min 4.4°C - CET 8.7°C - 2006-2016 Rain 29.0mm

Sunrise 05:41 Sunset 20:17 - Tomorrow - Sunrise 05:39 Sunset 20:19

TODAY'S FORECAST SUMMARY

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* FORECAST UPDATES WILL BE A LITTLE LATER THAN USUAL THIS WEEK

TUESDAY 25TH APRIL UPDATE @ 09:30:-

After a cold start with a widespread ground frost and some areas with an air frost, a sunny morning so far with largely blue skies. Sunny skies will continu through the remainder of the morning and at first into the afternoon, but cloud expected develop across the forecast area through the afternoon and a rash of showers are expected to affect places across the forecast area mid/late afternoon. Showers expected to be of rain generally, but any heavier showers will have a risk of containing some hail. Despite other reports hyping 'cold', it is NOT going to be a a perishingly cold day. Yes, it will be a few degrees cooler than the late April average and a breeze will make it feel cooler, actual air temperatures will peak at around 10°C. The ridiculous hype of some of the national and local broadcasts would seem to have the public believe it was going to be only a few degrees above freezing across much of the UK. Totally ridiculous

WIND:

A breezy day, particularly through the afternoon, with gust potential 20mph+ across the forecast area and generally from the NNW, making it feel a couple of degrees cooler than actual air temperature where and when exposed to the stronger breeze.

POLLEN LOW
ULTRA VIOLET
MODERATE 5

EVENING & OVERNIGHT:

Some showers into/through the early evening. Showers will melt away through the evening, allowing clear spells to develop through the early hours allowing temperatures to fall again close to, or a little below freezing, particularly to the West of the forecast area.

WIND:

Remaining a tad breezy at times throughout the period, but particularly to the East of the forecast area and generally from the NNW

 

OUTLOOK FOR WEDNESDAY

A cool/cold start with a widespread ground frost. Some early bright spells. but showers developing through the morning and that looks likely to be the theme through the day. Some showers likely to be heavy in places. Temperatures peaking at 8°C or 9°C, so a few degrees below the late April average max of around 14.5°C

POLLEN LOW
ULTRA VIOLET
MODERATE 4

WIND:

Remaining a tad breezy in places through the day and mainly from the NNW, perhaps veering Northerly through the day

 

EXTENDED OUTLOOK:

A cool week ahead, turning milder over the weekend. After another cool/cold night Tuesday, Wednesday sees another cool day with a bright spells and showers theme. A widespread air frost looks on the cards for early hours Thursday, and then Thursday sees a spell of rain through the day, after a bright start. A less cold night into Friday morning, but Friday may see a lot of cloud through the day, but perhaps a degree or so milder than earlier through the week

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