Northerly air produces ground frost

Although the wind on Tuesday came from a northerly direction the daytime temperature held up with a maximum of 10.9C, which was 0.8C above average. However, with clearer skies and a calm night the thermometer dropped to 1.0C at 05.31, Wednesday morning, giving a temporary ground frost.

There were a couple of very light showers in the past twenty-four hours amounting to 0.5mm. We have yet to have a dry day in November as the changeable weather pattern continues.

There was just a little brightness on Wednesday morning as the sky was mainly cloudy. This will not last as another rain bearing weather front approaches our area later today.