Warmer again!

The southerly breeze brought even more warmth on Monday that saw the thermometer rise to 11.2C being 3.2C above the average and the warmest day since the 15th. More rain, principally overnight, amounted to 9.8mm, the second wettest day this month and brought the monthly total to 56.7mm, being 35mm below the 37-year average.

The thermometer dud not fall below 8.1C overnight due to the persistent thick cloud, which was 6.9C above the average.

The centre of the depression has relocated to the southern North Sea, as a result the wind has backed from the south to the west and increased in strength with a gust of 29mph at 08.10 on Tuesday morning that dawned with much higher cloud and increased visibility over previous days.