Crondall Weather


Latest Weather Statistics From Crondall Weather

Last Updated:  02:15 AM on the 13th July  Next Update: 12:00 am

It's currently Dry and based on the last 12 hours weather trends we expect the weather to be partly cloudy with little temp change.. At the moment we have mostly clear skies with greater than 7 mile(s) visibility.

Today we have 16:12 hours / mins of possible daylight  compared to yesterday 16:15:00 (a change of -00:02:01 ) with the sun rising at 05:03 and setting at 21:15. Since the longest day on 21st June our daylight has decreased by -00:23 hours/mins.


Currently it's 9.0°C (which with the wind feels like 9.0°C and 8.7°C when you take into account the sun and humidity as well) and in the last hour has changed -0.9°C/last hr. Current humidity is 89% with a high today of 89% and a low of 84%. The maximum temperature today has been 10.8°C at 12:00 AM and the minimum 9.0°C at 2:13 AM. Over the last week the maximum temperature has been 26.7°C and the minimum has been 3.6°C.

This day last year the maximum was 24.1 C and the minimum was 10.9 C. Our highest ever July temperature is 35.7°C which was in 2019 during day 25 , and our lowest ever July temperature is 2.7°C which was in 2015 during day 31.

The average temperature this month is  16.0C (compared to a 30 year average for the month of 17.6deg;C). The maximum has been 26.7C (on day 12) and the lowest 3.6° C (on day 11).

There have been 0 days this month where the temperature has gone below freezing (we would normally expect 0 days of frost in July) and 30 days in total this year (we would normally expect 34 days of frost to the end of July). Since midnight today we have had 00:00 hours of frost. Going the other way there have been 1 days this month where the temperature has gone above 25C and 0 days above 30C

The highest temperature we have ever recorded is 35.7 °C which happened in month 7 on day 25 in 2019, and the lowest is -15.3 °C which happened in month 1 on day 7 in 2010.


Current average windspeed is 0 mph (from a  Calm direction). In the last hour the maximum gust has been 0.0 mph and the maximum gust today has been 4.0 mph at 12:06 AM from the S. The maximum gust this month has been 53.0 mph (on day 1). The average direction for the month has been Westerly.

The strongest gust we have ever recorded is 65.6 mph which happened in month 3 on day 28 in 2016.

So far today we have had 0.06 miles of windrun (yesterday 26.57miles) compared to our all time record of 335.1 miles on 9 2 2020.

Rainfall / Snow

Today there has been 0.0mm of rain (yesterday 0.0 mmm), which gives 7.0mm for the month (compared to a 30 year average of 45mm). The most rain we have ever had in a month is 222.6mm,which was in 2014 (month 1).

The most rain we have ever had in a day is 56.9mm which was in month 9, day 15 2009, and the most we have ever had in an hour is 33.3mm which occurred during hour 1 in month 8 on day 26 of 2015.  

So far this month we have had 5 days with rain and it's been 4 days since it last rained (on 8/7/2020). The longest period we have have had with no rain is 30 days, which was in 2014 (month 1).

Over the last week we have had 2.4mm of rain and it's been raining now for 0minutes This year we have now had 305.0mm out of our normal annual rainfall of 657mm)

So far this winter we have had 0cm of snow, with snow falling on 0 days.  There has been 0.0cm of snow today (yesterday 0cm) and the snow depth is currently 0cm.  We estimate that snow will fall today at 889mtrs above sea level.


Current pressure is 1026.0 mb and is Steady, with -0.3 mb in the last 3 hours and -1.4 mb in the last 12 hours. The highest pressure recorded since Feb 1996 is 1049.6mb in month 1, day 19 of 2020 and the lowest is 961.8mb in month 3, day 10 of 2008

monitor installled 1st February 2020

Today there are a possible 16:12 hours of sun and so far we have had 00:00 hours of sunshine (yesterday 07:53 hours). In July we would normally expect 212:00 hours of sun and are up to 39:54 hours so far. In terms of intensity, it's currently 0watts/m2, with a peak today of 0 watts/m2 (yesterday 1058.0 watts/m2) which compares to our all time high of 1276.0watts/m2 on 6 7 2020. For Crondall the maximum we can achieve is around 1300, and then only in July when the sun is at its highest angle to us.

Air Quality Index

The current Air Quality Index (AQI) level is 20.7 which is Good.

Under 50 is Good. 51 to 100 is Moderate. 101 to 150 is Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups. 151 to 200 is Unhealthy. 201 to 300 is Very Unhealthy and above 300 is Hazardous! These readings are taken from our Purple Air monitor and a full map and trend analysis can be seen here

The 2.5 micron particle measure is currently 5.0 which compares to 5.8 in the last 60 mins and 5.4 average for the last 24 hours (with a maximum of 12.8).

In this context Under 38 is Good. 39 to 88 is Moderate. 89 to 138 is Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups. 139 to 351 is Unhealthy. 352 to 526 is Very Unhealthy and above 526 is Hazardous!

Danger of Fire

The current Fire Weather Index (FWI) level is 16.7 which compares to 14.1 yesterday and therefore the danger of fire is seen as High. Under 11 is Low-Moderate, 12 to 24 is High, 25 to 49 is Very High, 50 to 74 is Severe, and above 75 is seen as being Extreme / Catastrophic!

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