Green Lane Allotments Weather Diary

Blog URL:http://ossettweather.blogspot.com/
Blog Tags:weather, gardening, data, charts, weather station, England, Wakefield
Country:United Kingdom
Location:West Yorkshire

Weather information gathered from a weather station in our garden and how the weather affect our gardening activities and our plants



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I think it's true to say that so far this month hasn't been all that much like January. It looks as though it will finish up as a very mild January.Temperature and Barometric Pressure Records 18-24 January 2020Looking at the chart above it shows the...

Early on Monday morning saw the first new all time record of the decade for my weather station. I must be honest and say it’s not the most exciting record to report but nevertheless it is a new record. At 01:05 the barometric pressure reached an al...

Thanks for all the happy memoriesRiding on the TrainsHoliday WalksWorking at the AllotmentRIP Tivvy Tots Copyright: Original post from A Gardener's Weather Diary http://ossettweather.blogspot.co.uk/ author M Garrett Copyright: Original post fr...

Back To Wet

on Jan 13, 2020

After a couple of weeks of drier weather it’s now turned back to wet. From the end of September through to just after Christmas we had some rain most days. Then, after Christmas and up to the end of last week it turned drier and we managed to get s...

It's been a mild first week and a half of January with temperatures above average both through the day and over night. We haven't, however managed to exceed that high January temperature of 14.7°C (58.5°F) recorded in 2016.Temperature Records Janua...

I've now got a little over 10 years of weather records. I started in October 2009 but it took some time to sort out how to upload the records to the Web and even more time to sort out how to record all the information in spreadsheets in order to dete...

The weather hasn't been too bad between Christmas and the new year. At least it has been dry, allowing us to get down to the allotment to do a bit of tidying up and harvest a few fresh vegetables.As the summer temperatures begin to fall in August we...