Another hard air frost

Wednesday was remarkable for the lack of air movement. For many hours the anemometer was stationary with the maximum movement of just 4mph on one occasion. After a sharp frost the thermometer struggled to reach 8.8C, however, this was 1.8C above the average.

We enjoyed 4.9 hours of sunshine. The evidence that the sun is beginning to get stronger was evident in that the UV level of 0.7 was the highest since 2nd December.

The past night was very cold with a hard air frost that saw the thermometer drop to -3.3 at 07.27 on Thursday.

Thursday dawned with the absence of fog, thankfully, and the sun shining brightly as soon as it rose above the horizon.