An easterly wind is a rare event this winter

Yesterday the wind veered into an easterly direction making this only the fourth day it has come from this compass point in four months. This is unusual for winter but the last months have been dominated by consecutive depressions moving in from the Atlantic. We enjoyed brief interludes of sunshine yesterday amounting to 1.15 hours and the highest UV level since mid-November. Rainfall total was minimal at 0.7mm
This morning the temperature at 08.00 was 2.5C that combined with winds up to 18mph is producing a significant wind chill making it feel more like -1C.

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