Hover on graph lines to see the actual reading values.
These are the maximum and minimum temperatures recorded each day.
This shows the daily rainfall accumulations.
Shows the average daily barometric pressure in hectoPascals (hPa) - 1 hPa is equal to 1 millibar (mb).
The average air pressure is 1013.25 hPa, so values lower than this normally represent low pressure, and higher values represent high pressure.
Wind direction and strength
The wind rose represents the directions from which the wind has been blowing. The length of each segment represents the duration of wind of that direction/strength..
The UV index is a calculated value which indicates the amount of UV exposure in direct sunlight. The values represent exposure as follows:
8-10 Very high - does not exceed 8 in the UK, and 8 is rare.
The Heat Index indicates a ‘feels-like temperature' calculated by combining the temperature and relative humidity. This graph is based on the maximum daily heat index values. A heat index value of 70 is approximately equal to a feels-like temperature of 21°C, 80 is 27°C, 90 is 32°C, and 100 is 38°C.
Shows the wind chill values calculated from actual temperature and wind speed - the "feels like" temperature. This graph is based on the lowest values each day.
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