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#81 The PIT

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Posted 31 January 2014 - 19:29

Sixth highest here and still notching slowly up. More active rainfall over the irish see which may reach us or not.


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#82 Weather26

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Posted 31 January 2014 - 21:26

Sixth highest here and still notching slowly up. More active rainfall over the irish see which may reach us or not.

And Sheffield has also had it's wettest day of the year today (the previous being New Years Day with 12.6mm)


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Posted 01 February 2014 - 07:05

Wettest Januaries on record for England and Wales
176.8 1948
169.0 1988
168. Up to 30th January

Wettest winters on record for England and Wales
423.0 1914-15
420.9 1989-90
418.3 1876-77
415.6 1994-95
388.3 1993-94
380.6 1868-69
374.3 1959-60
373.5 1915-16
363.0 1965-66
362.0 1936-37
340.0 1976-77
337.2 1911-12
335.2 1978-79
332.6 1922-23
331.9 2000-01
331.7 1882-83
330.6 1883-84
330.4 1924-25
330.2 1929-30
329.4 1909-10
328.3 1934-35
327.8 2006-07
326.5 1979-80
323.9 1918-19
322.9 1899-00
320.1 1927-28
319.6 1790-91
318.9 1938-39
317.5 1983-84
316.5 2012-13
314.8 1827-28
313.0 1803-04
309.9 1960-61
309.2 1773-74
308.4 1947-48
306.7 1847-48
301.6. Up to 30th January
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Manchester Summer Index 2014: 248 (up to 10th August)

#84 The PIT

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Posted 01 February 2014 - 07:30

And Sheffield has also had it's wettest day of the year today (the previous being New Years Day with 12.6mm)

Nope that  as earlier in the month. The rain over the west didn't reach us over night.


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Posted 01 February 2014 - 07:41

In the last 3 years since 2011 for England and Wales base on the 1772 rainfall series

The 3rd wettest year on record: 2012
The 3rd driest Spring on record: 2011
The 4th wettest Summer on record: 2012
The wettest April on record: 2012
The wettest June on record: 2012
The 7th wettest December on record: 2012
The 9th driest April on record: 2011
Now a January that could either be the wettest or 2nd wettest.
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Posted 01 February 2014 - 09:20

In the last 3 years since 2011 for England and Wales base on the 1772 rainfall series

The 3rd wettest year on record: 2012
The 3rd driest Spring on record: 2011
The 4th wettest Summer on record: 2012
The wettest April on record: 2012
The wettest June on record: 2012
The 7th wettest December on record: 2012
The 9th driest April on record: 2011
Now a January that could either be the wettest or 2nd wettest.

The next thing we will be talking about is a drought!


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Posted 01 February 2014 - 11:00

Rainfall 2014 Llanwnnen, Ceredigion

 

Jan: 236.3mm = very wet, wettest since 2008 (238mm)

 

2014 so far: 236.3mm


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#88 Mapantz

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Posted 01 February 2014 - 11:16

I got 24mm out of yesterday's rain, that brought my January total to 284mm, bear in mind, I've also had several dry days as well, so that makes it more impressive! Not bad for being 10 meters ask. :)
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Posted 01 February 2014 - 11:19

Mumbles Weather Station 200.8mm [210% of average]

 

Others in Wales this month

03313 115.6mm  Rhyl                                  
03321 101.0mm  Hawarden                
03409 253.0mm  Bala                    
03502 201.8mm  Aberporth                
03605 213.6mm  Pembrey Sands       

http://www.met.readi...rugge/PREV.html


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Posted 01 February 2014 - 11:32

Shame Capel Curig is not on there this month


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Posted 01 February 2014 - 11:40

Final total here is 394mm which is 175% of average. 404mm in December makes the winter total 798mm so far. The wettest Dec-Jan I've ever recorded. The way February is looking the wettest winter ever could be on the cards.

 

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Posted 01 February 2014 - 11:45

Good chance of a 1000mm Winter Bobby - remarkable


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Posted 01 February 2014 - 11:54

Good chance of a 1000mm Winter Bobby - remarkable

 

Was just thinking that, a metre in 3 months - I know this is a wet spot but that's crazy.


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Posted 01 February 2014 - 12:33

798mm just for Dec and Jan is incredible. The average rainfall at Delhi in Jul, Aug and Sep (the monsoon) is about 600-650mm.

Even Shawbury has topped the 100, which is very unusual in a westerly winter month. 30 rain days out of 31 here.
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Posted 01 February 2014 - 12:54

Long Lawford, Rugby, Warwickshire Rainfall 2014 - thanks to Mum and Dad

 

Jan: 132.4mm = exceptionally wet, well over twice the average

 

2014 so far: 132.4mm


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Posted 01 February 2014 - 12:57

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Many areas on high ground in the West look to have had similar amounts this winter (areas in the 300-500mm zone)


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Posted 01 February 2014 - 12:59

798mm just for Dec and Jan is incredible. The average rainfall at Delhi in Jul, Aug and Sep (the monsoon) is about 600-650mm.

Even Shawbury has topped the 100, which is very unusual in a westerly winter month. 30 rain days out of 31 here.

Notable rain shadow effect there


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Posted 01 February 2014 - 14:15

Given the look of the charts for the next week or two, February must have a chance of breaking rain records too. The wettest in the past 10 years hereabouts is a lowly 158mm in 2007.


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Posted 01 February 2014 - 14:37

The January total here was 209.8 mm ( 193% of the 1981-2010 average ) and the wettest January on record by a margin of 2.5 mm over 1995. It also makes January 2014 the 8th wettest month of any over the last 37 years.

 

It would take a very wet February to bring us anywhere near the wettest winter on record as December here was drier than average.

Currently the wettest winter on record is 1989/90 with 470.7 mm, closely followed by 1993/94 with 467.8 mm and 1994/95 with 467.9 mm. February would therefore have to produce 166.4 mm of rain to break the winter record; only two Februaries in the last 37 years have achieved this; 1990 with 169.4 mm and 2002 with 206.0 mm.  


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Posted 01 February 2014 - 15:20

Shame Capel Curig is not on there this month

 

By using the Capel Curig code, the data for January is

below

http://www.ogimet.co...&min=0&ndays=50

 

rainfall = 391.4mm

 

[because of midnight day end = rainfall is a day behind so 1st Feb rainfall is actually 31st Jan and so on. ]


Edited by J10, 01 February 2014 - 19:19 .

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