Rain, sun and frost – all in one day!

The hang back of cloud from the depression that was emigrating to the North Sea meant rain for a couple of hours on Friday morning producing 1.9mm. By mid-morning it had brightened but the north westerly breeze meant a cool day with the thermometer not rising above 7.4C, which was 2.7C below average.

The barometric pressure was rising throughout Friday reaching ts highest this month with a reading of 1-12.8mb at 01.06 Saturday morning. This resulted in a clear sky overnight that allowed an air frost to form dipping to -1.9C, which was 5.7C below average, at 05.24 Saturday.

Cloud from yet another depression and approaching weather front then began to filter across the sky blocking out the initial brightness.