Harpford Weather

Welcome to Harpford Weather. This site contains the latest and past weather data from my Davis Vantage Pro 2 weather station located in the village of Harpford within the Otter Valley, East Devon. This site has decent exposure, although with slight sheltering of the anemometer from certain directions (see station details). Being a valley floor location, the site experiences cooler minima than nearby hillsides and coastal locations.

Weather data spans from the station installation date in October 2007 to the present. There is also a Photo Gallery and a ‘Links & Other’ page with various info that doesn’t fit anywhere else.

I run this site as part of my interest in the weather/climate and recording it, and share the data incase it is of use or interest to people, local or further afield. I try to make sure the weather data is as accurate as reasonably possible but it is not ‘official’ data. The station is currently set up with a tablet PC to reduce power usage while keeping the data updating day and night. Data is also uploaded to Weather Underground and ‘WOW’


Notable Events: The recent cold spell culminated on the 1st of March with powdery snow and the temperature not exceeding -2.9°C during daylight hours, followed overnight by a rare freezing rain event! Normal rain now (3rd March) however some of the rainfall total showing is made up from melted snow that didn’t blow out of the rain collector.

Welcome Forecast

Highest temp

Lowest temp

Highest gust

Wettest Day

Driest Month

Wettest Month

Total rainfall

29.2°C (20th Jun)

-5.5°C (3rd Jan)

46 mph (2nd Feb)

32.6 mm (28th Jun)

April: 34.4mm

August: 88.0mm


Brief ‘2018 so far’ summary…

This weather forecast is generated by the Met Office Weather Widget

Air Temperature over the last 24 hours

Updated: 12th  November

Latest Radar:

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