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   Maulds Meaburn Weather

    Weather Conditions at Maulds Meaburn, Nr Appleby, in the county of Westmorland

              

  22/09/19   18:06

(updated every 5 minutes 24 hours a day)

Station located at (approx)    54° 32' 18.25" N      -2° 34' 55.80" W        Elev.    602 Ft asl

A 'Standard' Climatological Observation site - using Met' Office supplied equipment supported with a Davis Vantage Pro2 - and reporting to the Met' Office via W.O.W.

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Current Conditions -
Temperature  16.2 C Dew Point  15.3 C Humidity  94  %
Wind  SSW  (203) at   6.0 mph Beaufort   10-min. Wind 5.0 mph
Barometer 1001.7 mb Pressure trend Steady Wind Chill 16.2 C
Rain Rate 0.0 mm/hr Daily Rain 14.0 mm Storm Rain 1 14.0 mm
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Extremes
Temp (time)
Highest gust (time)
Barometer
Dew Point
Humidity
Heat Index
Wind Chill
Rainfall
Rain Rate
Today
High
Low
17.6 C (14:31)
11.3 C ( 0:45)
16.0 mph ( 7:40)
1007.3 mb
1001.2 mb
16.7 C
8.9 C
96 %
86 %
17.8 C
11.1 C
14.0 mm
62.0 mm/hr
This Month
High
Low
23.2 C
2.3 C
40.0 mph
1037.2 mb
1001.2 mb
16.7 C
1.1 C
100 %
53 %
23.9 C
2.2 C
34.0 mm
62.0 mm/hr
This Year
High
Low
31.9 C
-8.0C
60.0 mph
1046.6 mb
974.9 mb
23.9 C
-9.4 C
100%
34%
37.2 C
-10.0 C
815.6 mm
960.0 mm/hr

  1 - As used here, a "storm" begins when 5mm of rain has fallen in a 24-hour period, and continues until 24 hours pass without 5mm of rain.

  During snowfall events AWS rainfall readings will be effected by the timing of when the snow melts.

 

0900 - 0900 GMT Daily Standard Observations

Rainfall
Min' Temp
Max' Temp
Dry Bulb
Wet Bulb
Soil @ 1 ft
Soil @ 1 Meter
Grass Temp
Visibility
22nd Sept
Day
Month
7.3 mm
27.3 mm
11.0°c
22.5°c
13.8°c
13.6°c
13.7°c
13.5°c
7.9°c
Poor (5)

   Yesterday (21st)   - another beautiful sunny day. Warm.

           Today (22nd)   - the good spell cmes to and end - rain from 0800 hrs and with a rumble of thunder just before 1000 hrs.

           Mean Temp        1st-10th      11.87°c                    11th-20th     11.86°c                   21st-30th     14.40°c                           Current Mean     12.04°c                Average for September is:    12.47°c

 

Monthly Weather Summary

AUGUST  -   warmest and wettest in my records - but fair to say it was a poor month. Rain fell on virtually every day and was evenly distributed throughout. The 15 days of 8th - 22nd all saw a least 1 mm of rain (a wet spell) and it was often overcast with no particulalry good days standing out. It was briefly hot, dry and sunny 24-25th but that was it. Through the 10th - 22nd it was particularly disappointing with low day-time temperatures. Subsequently, with cloudy skies at night it was often warm overnight and it was the mean minimum temperature (highest in August for my records / 2nd equal highest at Newton Rigg since 1900) that was solely responsible for the month being so warm.

Warmest and wettest recorded - MSLP was -3.6 Mb below average, rainfall 153.6% of the average for 2007-18 and the temp' was 1.13°c above average (2009-18).

Rainfall totalled 162.7 mm   (CR school 176.2 mm)  -  Mean Min' of 11.81°c  -  Mean Max' 18.95°c  -  with a highest maximum of 29.0°c (25th) and a lowest minimum of 5.8°c (13th).

There were: no frosts, Tunder was heard on two days and with 24.9 mm the 8th was the wettest day.

  Summary   - is now updated with August's weather report.

  A summary and detail of the weather for 2018 can be read here   REVIEW OF 2018   and other summaries/articles are also available such as this: But it's meant to be Summer (Summer 2017)  

 

Local Historical Weather

Morland - rainfall in September 1919 was 36.6 mm and between 1902-44 the average for the month was 70.7 mm

Orton - between 1967-2018 the average rainfall for September is 127.9 mm - the driest being 8.4 mm (2014) and the wettest 275.9 mm (1981)

Appleby - average rainfall for September for the period 1856-2018 is 76.7 mm - the driest decade was the 1900's (51.6 mm), the wettest, 1960's (95.0 mm)

Maulds Meaburn - September, kids back at school, start thinking about Christmas (NO), next year's holidays - but will the month be an extension of summer (or indeed, the summer!) or will autumn arrive early and the central heating is back on way too early?   -   The mean temperature has ranged from 11.41°c (2015) to 14.08°c (2016).

Averages 86.9 mm of rain    -    Air Frost on 0.2 days    -    Ground Frost on 1.3 days    -    20°c on 3.7 days    -    Thunder on 0.1 days    -    an inch of rain on 0.3 days

 

  Mr. W. Hoggarth of Shap (Copy Hill) did not make any comments in the 'British Rainfall Guides' regarding the September of 1880, the following comes from Easdale:-

  'Very fine weather.'

          however, he did make the following comments about particular days in the month:  

4th 'Dreadfull thunder and lightning from 8 p.m. till 11 p.m.'.  14+15th 'A great storm of wind and rain doing much damage to crops'.  19th 'One inch of snow and hail on ground.'

 

'HISTORICAL EVENTS' (above) is a start in recording historical weather in our immediate locality  -  now includes the flood report: Summary and Analysis

The 'Historical Events' page now has a section on the history of flooding in Appleby - and now includes a full summary and analysis as that which was featured in the Cumberland and Westmorland Herald.

 

Weather Lore - September

"Eat a goose on Michaelmas Day, want not for money all the year."

"The Michaelmas Daisies, among dede weeds, bloom for St Michael's valorous deeds - and seems the last of flowers that stood till the feast of St Simon and St Jude."

"If St. Michael brings many acorns Christmas will cover the fields with snow."

 

Sunrise:  6:57        Sunset: 19:10

Moon Phase: Last Quarter

 

LINKS TO OTHER WEATHER WEBSITES

Great Asby, Nr Appleby       Local site, making for interesting comparisons with Maulds Meaburn.

  Brampton Weather NE Cumbria  An authoritative site that includes the Cumbrian Weather report.     

  Huncoat Weather              Includes an excellent study on the history of British rainfall.      

  Cumbrian Weather Forum       For all the latest discussion on the Cumbrian Weather.               

  Visit Cumbria                Take a look at Maulds Meaburn and the surrounding area.            

  Penrith and District Red Squirrels       Our much loved friends own website.            

  A summary of this stations data is sent to the Climatological Observers Link and to the Cumbria Weather Report and forms part of their monthly reports.  

 

Forecast:  Increasing clouds with little temperature change. Precipitation possible within 12 hours, possibly heavy at times. Windy.

 

Four Day Weather Forecast and current Synoptic and Rainfall charts     
 


   

  

 

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