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Greater spotted woodpecker choosing the easy option in his hunt for food.

High: 19.6c

- ALL TIME MARCH RECORD -

Low: -5.7c

 

Spring Arrives

After a few days of cloudy anticyclone the sun arrived on Sunday morning.
High pressure stays with us all next week with occasional weak fronts bringing some cloud at times. Maybe some chilly mornings.
Probably no more rain this month.

24 March 2019

Please be aware that for some reason the monthly (March) and yearly rainfall on the 'weather pages'
of the site are both underreading by 17mm.
 

 

March so far; rain & temp

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A Strange Month
The procession of depressions and now a moist anticyclone have brought mild, Atlantic weather. As you can see from the graph below, there have been no high temperatures and no low temperatures. This year may even leave us with the earliest 'last air frost of winter' which at the moment stands at Feb 3rd (previous have fallen between Mar 5th and May 13th).
There's plenty of time yet for more frosts. (Graph updated 23March)
 

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ANNUAL WEATHER RECORDS

 


Highest Temp
deg c


Lowest Temp
deg c


Wettest Day
mm


Heaviest Rain
mm/hr


Highest Wind
mph


Last Air Frost
of Spring


First Air Frost
of Autumn


2006

34.2
19 July

-5.7
2 Mar

31.8
6 Oct

121.9
11 Oct

41 (SSW)
3 Dec

-1.7
11 Apr

-0.1
4 Nov


2007

26.2
5 Aug

-4.4
7 Feb

36.6
20 Jul

108.5
20 Jul

42 (S)
6 Mar

-3.0
22 Mar

-0.8
4 Nov


2008

28.2
27 Jul

-4.1
12 Dec

50.8
15 Jan

100.3
28 Jul

51 (S)
10 Mar

0.0
15 Apr

-0.4
28 Oct


2009

28.9
30 Jun

-8.9
10 Jan

32.5
9 Feb

155.7
23 nov

41 (S)
14 Nov

-0.2
28 Apr

-0.7
1 Dec


2010

29.3
9 Jul

-8.6
3 Dec

27.4
23 Aug

70.6
21 Feb

38 (WSW)
31 Mar

-0.4
13 May

-1.6
20 Oct


2011

29.2
27 Jun

-2.9
19 Dec

26.2
17 Jan

80.3
23 Jun

42 (SW)
13 Dec

-0.1
20 Mar

-1.1
28 Nov


2012

28.9
25 Jul

-8.1
12 Feb

24.1
20 Dec

168.1
3 Jun

35 (SW)
3 Jan & 29 Dec

-1.7
16 Apr

-0.5
28 Oct


2013

31.2
1 Aug

-5.9
22 Jan

44.7
23 Dec

97.5
20 Oct

46 (S)
24 Dec

-0.4
28 Apr

-0.1
10 Nov


2014

28.3
26 Jul

-3.5
29 Dec

28.2
17 Jan

118.1
18 Jul

50 (SSW)
14 Feb

-0.2
5 Mar

-0.3
6 Nov


2015

31.7
1 Jul

-4.2
2 Feb

21.6
8 Jan

114.3
1 Mar

40 (SW)
15 Jan

-0.8
23 Mar

-2.7
22 Nov


2016

32.2
24 Aug

-4.3
20 Jan

24.0
20 Nov

65.3
26 Mar

46 (S)
28 Mar

-0.6
28 Apr

-0.8
3 Nov


2017

31.4
21 Jun

-4.4
22 Jan

51.0
9 Aug

85.4
19 May

36 (W)
23 Feb

=1.4
27 Apr

-1.4
6 Nov


2018

32.7
26 Jul

-7.2
28 Feb

18.0
30 Apr

80.6
21 Sep

33 (W)
13 Feb

-0.5
29 Mar

-0.6
31 Oct


2019

 

-5.4
31 Jan

 

 

39 (NNW)
8 Feb

 

 

 

Staplefield Anorak is a privately-run, not-for-profit website.

Occasional attempts are made to forecast the weather for certain local events. It should be noted that my only qualification for this is a slightly unhealthy interest in the weather, and in rain in particular.

Current weather is reported every 5 minutes from an automatic Davis Weatherstation in my garden in Staplefield. It is not sited very scientifically and is sheltered from the west & northwest, which leads to wind reports which may not represent those experienced elsewhere in the village. The site is approximately 300ft (91m) above sea level.

Other readings should be fairly accurate, although they should not be relied on for anything more than general interest. UV readings are definitely not accurate and should be ignored.

Other pages on the website depict recent weather graphically and another, the level of water in our well (which may give some indication of groundwater levels). There is a photographs page which is updated every few days. I either post pictures of the village or of wildlife and nature around the village. I am happy to post any information that may be of local interest.

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