Thursday, 21 October 2010

Sunny and cold

There was plenty of sunshine but it didn’t prevent Wednesday from becoming the coldest day of autumn by quite some distance. Despite the sunshine the daytime temperature could only struggled up to 8.2°C and following on from an overnight low of just 1.5°C produced an average temperature of just 4.5°C. That's more like temperatures we would expect in January than October. The picture below shows the temperature around West Yorkshire at 08:00 hrs on Wednesday morning.
From 03 Weather 2010
Click here to view current live conditions of the Map

The map may be rather slow to load and need setting in terrain view to remove much of the background information. By changing the scale and scrolling around the map, just like any Google map the current temperatures around the world can be displayed. I'm amazed at the dozens of personal weather stations in all corners of the globe.


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