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 Personal records have been maintained at the home (position  51 °19’54’ N,2°35’’49 ’W’, elevation 72 metres above sea level) of Robert Montgomery in Bishop Sutton, Bath and North East Somerset, UK since December 2008. Bishop Sutton is a small village, in the Chew Valley, lying to the north east of the Mendip Hills, south west of Bath and south of Bristol. See the map below for the location of Bishop Sutton.

 

  Data was originally recorded by a very basic weather station which produced unreliable temperature readings on sunny summer days. On the 17th of July 2010 the weather station was replaced by a Davis  Vantage Pro2 weather station fitted with a daytime radiation shield (see photo below) which records more accurate readings in all weather conditions. The temperature /humidity sensor was replaced by an updated version on the 8th of November 2018.

 

 The weather station is located on a lawn in a small north west facing back garden. The radiation shield is positioned 1.2 metres above ground level. Rainfall measurements are recorded by a standalone rain collector with its rim at a height of 30 cm above ground level (see photo below) . The Davis Vantage pro2 anemometer was originally 3 metres above ground level and was somewhat sheltered from winds with an easterly component. On the 8th of November 2011 the anemometer was fitted to the television aerial mast pole on the roof of my house. It is at an estimated height of at least 8 metres and is fully exposed to winds in all directions. See photo below.

 

 On the 1st of January 2014 the weather station rain gauge was calibrated to equate to measurements recorded by a separate standalone manual rain gauge. Previous rainfall measurements may have been under recorded by as much as 20%. A new replacement weather station rain gauge was fitted on the 30th of November 2019. On the 3rd of August  2020 the rain gauge was upgraded to the latest and most accurate version. No additional calibration was undertaken.

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 Personal records have been maintained at the home (position  51 °19’54’ N,2°35’’49 ’W’, elevation 72 metres above sea level) of Robert Montgomery in Bishop Sutton, Bath and North East Somerset, UK since December 2008. Bishop Sutton is a small village, in the Chew Valley, lying to the north east of the Mendip Hills, south west of Bath and south of Bristol. See the map below for the location of Bishop Sutton.

 

  Data was originally recorded by a very basic weather station which produced unreliable temperature readings on sunny summer days. On the 17th of July 2010 the weather station was replaced by a Davis  Vantage Pro2 weather station fitted with a daytime radiation shield (see photo below) which records more accurate readings in all weather conditions. The temperature /humidity sensor was replaced by an updated version on the 8th of November 2018.

 

 The weather station is located on a lawn in a small north west facing back garden. The radiation shield is positioned 1.2 metres above ground level. Rainfall measurements are recorded by a standalone rain collector with its rim at a height of 30 cm above ground level (see photo below) . The Davis Vantage pro2 anemometer was originally 3 metres above ground level and was somewhat sheltered from winds with an easterly component. On the 8th of November 2011 the anemometer was fitted to the television aerial mast pole on the roof of my house. It is at an estimated height of at least 8 metres and is fully exposed to winds in all directions. See photo below.

 

 On the 1st of January 2014 the weather station rain gauge was calibrated to equate to measurements recorded by a separate standalone manual rain gauge. Previous rainfall measurements may have been under recorded by as much as 20%. A new replacement weather station rain gauge was fitted on the 30th of November 2019. On the 3rd of August  2020 the rain gauge was upgraded to the latest and most accurate version. No additional calibration was undertaken.

 Personal records have been maintained at the home (position  51 °19’54’ N,2°35’’49 ’W’, elevation 72 metres above sea level) of Robert Montgomery in Bishop Sutton, Bath and North East Somerset, UK since December 2008. Bishop Sutton is a small village, in the Chew Valley, lying to the north east of the Mendip Hills, south west of Bath and south of Bristol. See the map below for the location of Bishop Sutton.

 

  Data was originally recorded by a very basic weather station which produced unreliable temperature readings on sunny summer days. On the 17th of July 2010 the weather station was replaced by a Davis  Vantage Pro2 weather station fitted with a daytime radiation shield (see photo below) which records more accurate readings in all weather conditions. The temperature /humidity sensor was replaced by an updated version on the 8th of November 2018.

 

 The weather station is located on a lawn in a small north west facing back garden. The radiation shield is positioned 1.2 metres above ground level. Rainfall measurements are recorded by a standalone rain collector with its rim at a height of 30 cm above ground level (see photo below) . The Davis Vantage pro2 anemometer was originally 3 metres above ground level and was somewhat sheltered from winds with an easterly component. On the 8th of November 2011 the anemometer was fitted to the television aerial mast pole on the roof of my house. It is at an estimated height of at least 8 metres and is fully exposed to winds in all directions. See photo below.

 

 On the 1st of January 2014 the weather station rain gauge was calibrated to equate to measurements recorded by a separate standalone manual rain gauge. Previous rainfall measurements may have been under recorded by as much as 20%. A new replacement weather station rain gauge was fitted on the 30th of November 2019. On the 3rd of August  2020 the rain gauge was upgraded to the latest and most accurate version. No additional calibration was undertaken.

 Personal records have been maintained at the home (position  51 °19’54’ N,2°35’’49 ’W’, elevation 72 metres above sea level) of Robert Montgomery in Bishop Sutton, Bath and North East Somerset, UK since December 2008. Bishop Sutton is a small village, in the Chew Valley, lying to the north east of the Mendip Hills, south west of Bath and south of Bristol. See the map below for the location of Bishop Sutton.

 

  Data was originally recorded by a very basic weather station which produced unreliable temperature readings on sunny summer days. On the 17th of July 2010 the weather station was replaced by a Davis  Vantage Pro2 weather station fitted with a daytime radiation shield (see photo below) which records more accurate readings in all weather conditions. The temperature /humidity sensor was replaced by an updated version on the 8th of November 2018.

 

 The weather station is located on a lawn in a small north west facing back garden. The radiation shield is positioned 1.2 metres above ground level. Rainfall measurements are recorded by a standalone rain collector with its rim at a height of 30 cm above ground level (see photo below) . The Davis Vantage pro2 anemometer was originally 3 metres above ground level and was somewhat sheltered from winds with an easterly component. On the 8th of November 2011 the anemometer was fitted to the television aerial mast pole on the roof of my house. It is at an estimated height of at least 8 metres and is fully exposed to winds in all directions. See photo below.

 

 On the 1st of January 2014 the weather station rain gauge was calibrated to equate to measurements recorded by a separate standalone manual rain gauge. Previous rainfall measurements may have been under recorded by as much as 20%. A new replacement weather station rain gauge was fitted on the 30th of November 2019. On the 3rd of August  2020 the rain gauge was upgraded to the latest and most accurate version. No additional calibration was undertaken.

 





 Personal records have been maintained at the home (position  51 °19’54’ N,2°35’’49 ’W’, elevation 72 metres above sea level) of Robert Montgomery in Bishop Sutton, Bath and North East Somerset, UK since December 2008. Bishop Sutton is a small village, in the Chew Valley, lying to the north east of the Mendip Hills, south west of Bath and south of Bristol. See the map below for the location of Bishop Sutton.

 

  Data was originally recorded by a very basic weather station which produced unreliable temperature readings on sunny summer days. On the 17th of July 2010 the weather station was replaced by a Davis  Vantage Pro2 weather station fitted with a daytime radiation shield (see photo below) which records more accurate readings in all weather conditions. The temperature /humidity sensor was replaced by an updated version on the 8th of November 2018.

 

 The weather station is located on a lawn in a small north west facing back garden. The radiation shield is positioned 1.2 metres above ground level. Rainfall measurements are recorded by a standalone rain collector with its rim at a height of 30 cm above ground level (see photo below) . The Davis Vantage pro2 anemometer was originally 3 metres above ground level and was somewhat sheltered from winds with an easterly component. On the 8th of November 2011 the anemometer was fitted to the television aerial mast pole on the roof of my house. It is at an estimated height of at least 8 metres and is fully exposed to winds in all directions. See photo below.

 

 On the 1st of January 2014 the weather station rain gauge was calibrated to equate to measurements recorded by a separate standalone manual rain gauge. Previous rainfall measurements may have been under recorded by as much as 20%. A new replacement weather station rain gauge was fitted on the 30th of November 2019. On the 3rd of August  2020 the rain gauge was upgraded to the latest and most accurate version. No additional calibration was undertaken.

 Personal weather records hve been maintained at the home  (position 51º19'54", 2º35'49", elevation 72 metres above sea level) of Robert Montgomery in Bishop Sutton, Bath and North East Somerset, UK since December 2008. Bishop sutton is a small village, in the Chew Valley, lying to the northeast of the Mendip Hills and south of Bristol. The above photo is a view of Bishop Sutton  from Burledge Hill. See the map below for the location of Bishop Sutton.


 Data was originally recorded by a very basic weather station which produced unreliable temperature readings on sunny summer days. On the 17th of July 2010 the weather station was replaced by a Dvis Vantage Pro2 weather station fitted with a daytime fan assisted radiation shield ( see photo below ) which records more accuarate readings in all weather conditions.


The weather staion is located on  a lawn in a small northwest facing back gardens. The radiation shield is positioned 1.2 metres above ground level. The Davis Vantage Pro2 anemometer was originally 3 metres above ground level and was somewhat sheltered from winds with an easterly component. On the  8th of November 2011 the anemometer was fitted to the televion  aerial mast of my house (see photo below ). It is at an estimated height of at least 8 metres above ground level and is fully exposed  to winds from all directions. Rainfall is recorded by a standalone rain gauge with the collector rim level at a height of 300 mm aboe the ground. See photo below.






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Current weather conditions and records from my personal weather station in Bishop Sutton, Bath and North East Somerset, UK. See map below for location..

Never base important decisions on this or any weather information obtained from this amateur weather station website. 


 

 

Personal weather records have been maintained at the home of Robert Montgomery (position 51°19'54''N,2°35''49''W, elevation 72 metres above sea level) in Bishop Sutton,Bath and North East Somerset,United Kingdom since December 2008. Bishop Sutton is a small village in the Chew Valley lying to the northeast of the Mendip Hills, southwest of Bath and south of Bristol (see map below). The above photo is a view of Bishop Sutton from Burledge Hill.

 

  Data was originally recorded by a very basic weather station which produced unreliable temperature readings on sunny summer days. On the 17th of July 2010 the weather station was replaced by a Davis Vantage Pro2 weather station fitted with a daytime fan aspirated radiation shield which records more accurate temperature readings in all weather conditions.See photo below.The temperature/humidity sensor was replaced by an updated version on the 8th of November 2018. 

 

  The weather station is located on a lawn in a small northwest facing back garden.The radiation shield is positioned 1.2 metres above ground level.Rainfall measurements are recorded by a separate standalone rain collector with its rim at a height of 30cm above ground level (see photo below). The Davis Vantage Pro2 anemometer was originally 3 metres above ground level and was somewhat sheltered from winds with an easterly component. On the 8th of November 2011 the anemometer was fitted to the television aerial mast pole on the roof of my house. It is at an estimated height of at least 8 metres above ground level and is fully exposed to winds from all directions. See photo below.

 

 On the 1st of January 2014 the weather station rain gauge was calibrated to equate to the rainfall measurements recorded by a separate stand-alone manual rain gauge. Previous rainfall measurements may have been under recorded by as much as 20%. A new replacement weather station rain gauge was fitted on the 30th of November 2019.On the 3rd of August 2020 the rain collector was upgraded to the latest and most accurate version. No additional calibration was undertaken.


 Never base important decisions on this or any weather information obtained from this amateur weather station website. 


 


 Live current weather conditions for Bishop Sutton from Meteobridge(mobile friendly site) or WeatherLink


 

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Live webcam 2  sky view 



 

 

Weather history  records since August 2010 




Cumulus

(Shows current month,year and alltime monthly records since 2009. For 24/7 live data  go to Meteobridge)



 

Weather Underground

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Weather Underground weather forecast

(10 day weather forecast for Bishop Sutton.)



 

Windfinder real time wind and weather report for Chew Valley Lake



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Current weather conditions and records from my personal weather station in Bishop Sutton, Bath and North East Somerset, UK. See map below for location..

Never base important decisions on this or any weather information obtained from this amateur weather station website. 


 

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 Personal records have been maintained at the home (position  51 °19’54’ N,2°35’’49 ’W’, elevation 72 metres above sea level) of Robert Montgomery in Bishop Sutton, Bath and North East Somerset, UK since December 2008. Bishop Sutton is a small village, in the Chew Valley, lying to the north east of the Mendip Hills, south west of Bath and south of Bristol. See the map below for the location of Bishop Sutton.

 

  Data was originally recorded by a very basic weather station which produced unreliable temperature readings on sunny summer days. On the 17th of July 2010 the weather station was replaced by a Davis  Vantage Pro2 weather station fitted with a daytime radiation shield (see photo below) which records more accurate readings in all weather conditions. The temperature /humidity sensor was replaced by an updated version on the 8th of November 2018.

 

 The weather station is located on a lawn in a small north west facing back garden. The radiation shield is positioned 1.2 metres above ground level. Rainfall measurements are recorded by a standalone rain collector with its rim at a height of 30 cm above ground level (see photo below) . The Davis Vantage pro2 anemometer was originally 3 metres above ground level and was somewhat sheltered from winds with an easterly component. On the 8th of November 2011 the anemometer was fitted to the television aerial mast pole on the roof of my house. It is at an estimated height of at least 8 metres and is fully exposed to winds in all directions. See photo below.

 

 On the 1st of January 2014 the weather station rain gauge was calibrated to equate to measurements recorded by a separate standalone manual rain gauge. Previous rainfall measurements may have been under recorded by as much as 20%. A new replacement weather station rain gauge was fitted on the 30th of November 2019. On the 3rd of August  2020 the rain gauge was upgraded to the latest and most accurate version. No additional calibration was undertaken.