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First, Last and Consecutive Days of Freezing Weather (<0c) Conditions in Crondall

2022-01-10T18:58:29+00:00Crondall Current Data, Weather Station|

We've been collecting weather data for Crondall since February 2006. Although Crondall is only at 90m above sea level it tends to have its own micro-climate and in particular be a frost hollow. Here's a summary of when the first freezing day arrives (< zero centigrade) in Crondall as well as the last [...]

Simple Live Weather in Crondall (5 second updates) – iPad Landscape display

2022-01-04T11:07:40+00:00Crondall Current Data, Weather Station|

Here's the current weather key data in Crondall, laid out in a simple dashboard summary designed for landscape viewing on a ipad /tablet . It's updated every 5 seconds or so. If you'd like to see a simple graph to show how the day has developed so far then just [...]

Snapshot of all Crondall Weather Statistics for today – dashboard view

2020-08-25T11:06:04+01:00Crondall Current Data, Weather Station|

Here's a snapshot of one of the control panels we have for Crondall weather to show all the various weather statistics (Wind, Rain, Sun, Pressure, Humidity, Dew Point) so far today. The image is updated every 5 minutes or so.

Air Quality Index (AQI) and Particulate Matter

2021-11-20T17:29:40+00:00Crondall Current Data, Tools & Trackers, Weather Related Trackers, Weather Station|

The AQI is an index for reporting daily air quality. It tells you how clean or polluted the air is, and what associated health effects might be. The AQI focuses on health effects you may experience within a few hours or days after breathing polluted air. The easiest way of measuring this is [...]

UV Index, Current Readings, Forecast and Definitions

2021-11-20T17:26:21+00:00Crondall Current Data, Current Weather Data, Weather, Weather Forecasts, Weather Station|

The UV Index provides a daily forecast of the expected risk of overexposure to the sun. The Index predicts UV intensity levels on a scale of 0 to 10+, where 0 indicates a minimal risk of overexposure and 10+ means a very high risk. Scroll down to see how long you can be [...]


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