Updated: @ 28/07/2014 21:20 - next update at 00:00  
Summary / Temperature Wind Rain Outlook
Night time, Dry, Overcast Night time, Dry, Overcast
Currently: 18.1, Max: 22.3, Min: 15.2 18.1°C
Colder 0.8°C than last hour.


Feels like: 18°C

24-hr difference
-4.7°CColder 4.7°C than yesterday at this time.
  Today Yesterday
High: 22.3°C
Low: 15.2°C
 Wind from NNE NNE
0 mph
1 Bft - Calm
Today: 15 mph 17:19
Gust Month: 30 mph July 9
Rain Today: 0.2 mm
Rain Rate (/hr): 0.0 mm
Rain Yesterday: 0.4 mm
Storm Rain: 0.0 mm
This Month: 23.0 mm
Season Total: 292.6 mm
8 rain days in July.
Partly Cloudy
Partly Cloudy
Humidity & Barometer Almanac Moon
Humidity: 80 % Increased 5.0% since last hour.
Dew Point: 14.6°C Increased 0.2°C since last hour.
Barometer: 1016.0 mb Rising 0.2  mb/hr
Baro Trend: Steady
Sunrise: 05:13
Sunset: 20:58
Moonrise: 07:04
Moonset: 21:03
Waxing Crescent
Waxing Crescent, Moon at 1 days in cycle
UV Index Solar Radiation
   0.0    None
High: 4.8 @ 11:23
0 W/m2 (0 %)
High: 949 @  12:16
 WU Weather Forecast  - Outlook: Monday & Monday Night

Partly Cloudy
Partly Cloudy

WU forecast: Times of sun and clouds. Low 13C.
WXSIM forecast: Mostly cloudy in the evening, becoming fair after midnight. Low 13°. Wind northeast around 6 mph in the evening, becoming north after midnight.
Davis VP+ forecast: Increasing clouds with little temp. change.
Partly Cloudy
Partly Cloudy

WU forecast: Partly cloudy. Low 13C. Winds N at 10 to 15 km/h.
WXSIM forecast: Mostly sunny. Warm. High 26°. UV index up to 6. Wind north-northwest around 5 mph, gusting to 16 mph.
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Supermoon Details

Full moon falls on August 10, 2014 at 18:09 UTC. This full moon is not only the closest and largest full moon of the year. It also presents the moon’s closest encounter with Earth for all of 2014. The moon will not be so close again until the full moon of September 28, 2015. In other words, it’s not just a supermoon. It’s the closest supermoon of 2014.
Astronomers call this sort of close full moon a perigee full moon. The word perigee describes the moon’s closest point to Earth for a given month. Three years ago, when the closest and largest full moon fell on March 19, 2011, many used the term supermoon, which had never been heard of before. In the following years, we heard this term again to describe the year’s closest full moon on May 6, 2012, and again on June 23, 2013. Now the term supermoon is being used a lot. Last month’s full moon – on June 13, 2014 – was also a supermoon. But the August full moon is even more super! In other words, the time of full moon falls even closer to the time of perigee, the moon’s closest point to Earth. The crest of the moon’s full phase in August 10, and perigee, fall within the same hour.

Random Weather Facts

The UK record for the most rainfall on a single day was set in 1955 in a village called Martinstown in Dorset. Nearly 30cm of rain fell in 24 hours.

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