Live weather reports from Ashington, West Sussex
Conditions at local time 08:30 on 02 March 2021
|Temperature & Humidity|
|Temperature||4.0 °C (Rising)|
|Feels like||4.0 °C|
|Dew point||3.6 °C|
|Estimated cloudbase1||177 ft|
|Wind speed (10 min gust)||4 mph|
|Wind speed (10 min avg)||2 mph|
|Beaufort scale||Force 1|
|Wind bearing||40° NE|
|Rainfall today||0.0 mm|
|Rainfall rate||0.0 mm/hr|
|Rainfall last hour||0.0 mm|
|Rainfall last 24hrs||0.0 mm|
|Last rainfall||04:46 23/2/21|
|Consecutive wet days||0|
|Consecutive dry days||6|
|Sea Level Pressure||1029.7 mb|
|Solar radiation||65 W/m²|
|Sunshine today||0.0 hrs|
|Moon Phase||Waning Gibbous|
|Tide times today at Worthing|
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Notes & Disclaimer
All times are local (GMT/BST). The weather station is located at 50.9°N, 0.4°W at an elevation of 46m (151ft) above sea level. The meteorological day in use starts and ends at midnight.
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1 The estimated cloudbase figure is simply the height that cloud would most likely form. This is calculated assuming the difference between temperature and dew point typically falls by around 2.5°C per 1000ft. If air rises to a height where the temperature and dew point are equal, water vapour will condense and clouds will form. In reality however, this depends on other atmospheric processes, so it is only a rough guide. It will tend to be more accurate during the passage of (hot or cold) weather fronts. The value is height above ground, so add the station elevation figure above to get altitude.
This is an amateur weather station with corresponding levels of accuracy, availability and reliability of data. The data is not therefore guaranteed but is offered as a general guide to local conditions only. Never base important decisions on any information provided by this website.