Sunday, 29 November 2015

Wet and Windy

Couldn’t complain about the forecast for Saturday as after a reasonably dry early morning it became wet and windy for the remainder of the day as predicted. By the end of the day we’d had 12.4mm (0.49”)of rainfall giving us a monthly total of 90.0mm (3.54”) making it the wettest November of the last six years. Another record to add to it being the windiest over the same period. 
It’s also become the fifth wettest month of the last six years. Overnight into Sunday has brought the total up to 98.8mm or 3.89”.
2010- 2015 Wettest Months
There’s a chance it could become the mildest November too but that won’t be decided before the end of the month.


  1. Good analysis on rainfal.. We don't do that here as end of the year bring so much rain. It's very wet over here in my country!

    1. We don't have any times of the year when we know that it will be wet or dry. Any month of the year can be very wet or very dry. Our heaviest rainfall is usually in summer if we have a thunderstorm. In winter time we expect to have steadier rainfall that lasts for longer. It's a spell of steadier that we're having at the moment. It's a bit unusual for it to go on over three or four days. Looking forward to a dry spell.


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