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temperature in shed was 10.1c at 20:20 fell to 8.7 at 21:10 back up to 10.3 at 23:30....
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CheeseySock
2019-10-19 22:43:34 UTC
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temperature in shed was 10.1c at 20:20 fell to 8.7 at 21:10 back up to
10.3 at 23:30....

no change in sensor in shed or it's local environment, double doors
open,... so how does temperature go up so much at night????

local warming.... industrial estate over road??? loads of people
sticking wood on fires.... smells of wood burning "stoves" tonight....
and a bit of oily coal....
CheeseySock
2019-10-20 00:22:30 UTC
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Post by CheeseySock
temperature in shed was 10.1c at 20:20 fell to 8.7 at 21:10 back up to
10.3 at 23:30....
no change in sensor in shed or it's local environment, double doors
open,... so how does temperature go up so much at night????
local warming.... industrial estate over road??? loads of people
sticking wood on fires.... smells of wood burning "stoves" tonight....
and a bit of oily coal....
Air pressure.
Ground temperature is primarily determined by what air is passing
overhead at altitude.
air pressure been rising at same slope all day, no corresponding peak or
trough....
Basil Jet
2019-10-20 11:57:11 UTC
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Post by CheeseySock
temperature in shed was 10.1c at 20:20 fell to 8.7 at 21:10 back up to
10.3 at 23:30....
no change in sensor in shed or it's local environment, double doors
open,... so how does temperature go up so much at night????
A warm front passed over?
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