The first weather front (warm) on Friday produced 10.0mm of rainfall with the second weather front (cold) crossing overnight another 2.7mm thus a daily total of 12.9mm being the wettest day since 10th June when 25.1mm was recorded.
The rainfall for July has now reached 19.0mm compared to the 35-year average of 59.9mm.
The past night has been exceptionally warm with the thermometer not falling below 15.9C at 05.07.
Saturday arrived with thick cloud from the hang back of cloud, produced by the cold weather front, easing away to the east. By 08.00 the sun had begun to break through with the thermometer at that time having risen to 17.0C.