kjazz radio uk|southwater|west sussex weather
Latitude N 51° 01' 49" Longitude W 00° 20' 26" Elevation 59 m
|Daylight:||15:57||Day length:||14:42||Moon Phase:||Waxing Crescent|
Welcome to KJAZZ Radio UK Weather for Southwater West Sussex UK.
The weather station in use is a WH1080 located on a mast approx. 25 feet above ground level at the KJAZZ Radio UK Studio in Southwater, pages are updated once every minute. The meteorological day used at this station ends at midnight. Viewers can find out what the current weather is here in Southwater West Sussex UK and the outlook for the next 48 hours.
What's new at Southwater Weather
Check out our new station real time gauges click here.
Our new Gatwick Airport Metar page provided by Aviation Digital Data Service (still in development).click here.
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Forecast: Showery, bright intervals
|Temperature and Humidity|
|Temperature||2.4 °C||Dew Point||-0.5 °C|
|Heat Index||2.4 °C||Apparent Temperature||0.3 °C|
|Rainfall Today||0.00 in||Rainfall Rate||0.00 in/hr|
|Rainfall This Month||0.17 in||Rainfall This Year||5.98 in|
|Rainfall Last Hour||0.00 in||Last rainfall||2017-04-27 20:11|
|Wind Speed (gust)||0.0 mph||Wind Speed (avg)||0.0 mph|
|Wind Bearing||0° ---||Beaufort F0||Calm|
|Barometer||1003.9 mb||Rising slowly||0.0 mb/hr|
Our 48 hour meteogram forecast for Southwater (above) offers the following weather information: Temperature variance against time represented by an ongoing wave line. Below freezing, the line changes to blue. Weather pictograms show conditions against the time of day in 24hr format. Blue bars show max and min values for precipitation per hour. Wind direction, the arrow or wind barb, points in the direction in which the wind is blowing relative to true north which is Up. Wind speed is indicated by feathers added to the top of the staff or arrow. These feathers show wind speed adjusted to the nearest 5 mph increment. See the figure below for meaning.
Feathers and pennants are combined to denote various wind speeds. For example, two long feathers and a short feather represent a 25 mph wind, as seen in the figure above
Northern Europe and the eastern Atlantic animated wind map. Data is updated every three hours, use your mouse to cick areas to view surface wind speeds and directions. Click the 'earth' text for more options and to show full global data. You can use your mouse wheel to zoom in and out, and click'n'drag to move the view.
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