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Updated: 1011 on Tue 1 Jul 2014
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Latest observations - 1400 on 2 Sep 2014:
Strathclyde
Location Weather Temp Wind Vis Pressure / trend
Dir Speed Gust
Drumalbin Medium-level Cloud 13.9 °C W 1 mph 22 km 1024 hPa, Falling
Glasgow Bishopton Low-level Cloud 16.0 °C WNW 5 mph 17 km 1024 hPa, Falling
Islay Port Ellen Low-level Cloud 15.9 °C SSE 7 mph 23 km 1024 hPa, Falling
Machrihanish Low-level Cloud 16.0 °C ESE 3 mph 22 km 1024 hPa, Falling
Prestwick Low-level Cloud 16.0 °C W 5 mph 22 km 1024 hPa, Falling
Tiree Medium-level Cloud 15.1 °C SSW 13 mph 23 km 1023 hPa, Falling

Observations are subject to final quality control after publication on this web site.


24 hours ending 2200 on 1 Sep 2014:
Strathclyde
Highest max 0900-2100 18.9 °C Glasgow
Lowest max 0900-2100 15.7 °C Tiree
Lowest min 2100-0900 10.9 °C Salsburgh
Highest rainfall 2100-2100 1.4 mm Dunstaffnage
Sunniest 2100-2100 2.4 hours Glasgow
Last updated: 0002 on Tue 2 Sep 2014

During snow events, rainfall amounts are subject to error until final quality control is done.

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