The Weather at Howhill

Events - 26 November 1999

These graphs show the passage of a storm and cold front. The associated depression passed over northern Scotland and is believed to be the remnants of a hurricane.

The storm itself started building up the day before with winds steadily increasing from about midday. The cold front passed over just before 1300. It shows very well with a dramatic drop in wind speed and a change in direction. The temperature also drops, in this case by nearly 5°C.

I am unsure of the reason for the 2mB rise in pressure. This may have been a real rise or an effect of the wind. The pressure sensor is located inside the house, and with such a strong wind I would not be surprised to find the interior pressure lower than the exterior due to venturi effects on the chimney or doors.

temp Graph
baro Graph
speed Graph
dir Graph

Howhill Weather - Events
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