An example of solar heating.
Sunrise was at 0600 and 30 minutes later the temperature started an almost linear climb for the next 4 hours. There was very little wind and with no fronts passing nearby the air was still, just being warmed by the bright early spring sun.
The previous night had been clear as well, so cooling due to radiation can be seen during the night time hours. It had been around 3°C at 1800 on the 25th and dropped to -3°C by 0600 on the 26th, pretty much in a straight line.
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Sat 26 Mar 2005, 01:14 GMT