South (& North) Wales rain gauges

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South (& North) Wales rain gauges

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In the Valleys:

http://www.derrylynne.co.uk/cwmweather/wx.php Treorchy

http://www.nantymoel.co.uk/index.html just around the corner

further north:

http://weather.tamaris.org.uk/Live-Overview.html Foel Friog, near Corris

http://www.prestatynweather.co.uk/ well it's near the hills

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http://www.rodbowen.co.uk/wx.htm Tegryn, Pembrokeshire

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Post by RichA »

Mike, that second link you posted is good, but at the bottom it says total rainfall = 8mm say. Is that since midnight, or in the last 24hrs, or something else? Maybe I'm just being blind and not seeing where it says... Useful though, thanks.

This link:
http://www.rodbowen.co.uk/wx.htm

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Post by jmmoxon »

Looking at monthly rainfall figures, the Total is for July & August, don't know why it has reset at start of July, should be for whole year.

The site also lists monthly & daily rainfall on the page. Note it is in Inches not mm.

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Post by chud »

Weatheronline.co.uk seems quite good: barchart of daily rain in mm, range adjustable 1-52 weeks. Not all the locations in the list have rain history and most of them are on the coast but there are a few useful ones. If you find a useful one use the red bookmark link to get the right url to bookmark or link to it.
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