Wind backed into cool north-easterly again

Monday returned to being a dry day again after the very brief rain showers on the two previous days. However, the wind having veered into the north east, and quite brisk in the morning, depressed the temperatures so that the thermometer only reached 17.9C, being 2.2C below the June average.

Cloud overnight limited the loss of warmth into the atmosphere, however, the minimum of 8.6C was still 1.4C below the June average. We have only experienced one night this month when the minimum was above average, namely the 3rd.

Tuesday saw complete cloud cover, but bright, with the wind very light having veered further now coming from the east.