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Fremington Weather Station
Altitude: 24 m AMSL Latitude: N 51° 04' 08" Longitude: W 004° 07' 51"
The meteorological day at this station is the 24hr period from midnight to midnight.

About This Station

The location enjoys pleasant and fairly open surroundings in the village of Fremington, about 0.5 miles south of the River Taw. From the site about 150m to the South and Sout-East are Sloley's Plantation, Griggs Field and Leat Meadow. About 500m to the North-East is Lovell's Field adjoining Fremington Pill.

The station is powered by a Fine Offset WH3080 Solar Weather Station. The data is processed every 20 seconds which updates this site every 30 seconds for 'realtime' data. All other data from the weather station is updated on this site every 15 minutes.
The site and its data is collected via a data logger using Cumulus software. The station is comprised of an anemometer, a rain gauge, a solar sensor and a thermo-hydro sensor situated in optimal positions for highest accuracy possible.

The weather station produces localised weather forecasts four times a day at 06.00, 11.00, 15.00 and 21.00 hours, each forecast is available on this website at 25 minutes past the respective hours.

About Fremington

Fremington is a village and civil parish in North Devon three miles west of Barnstaple. Fremington 'hundred' was one of the 32 historic districts of the county of Devon. It was formerly a borough that sent members to Parliament in the reign of Edward III. The parish includes the neighbouring villages of Bickington and Yelland.

Geographically, the centre of the village is approximately a mile south of its quay, a historic wharf situated on the southern bank of the River Taw. The Tarka Trail (also part of the South West Coast Path), follows the course of the old railway line from Barnstaple to Torrington, and passes over Fremington Pill via the old London and South Western Railway bridge at Fremington Quay.

Fremington Local Nature Reserve was designated in 2006. The reserve comprises two separate areas; Lovell's Field and Leat Meadow. Both locations are County Wildlife Sites, and are within the North Devon UNESCO-designated Biosphere Reserve.

Fremington, River Taw, Taw and Torridge Estuary and surrounding area

About This Website

This weather station is privately owned, operated and funded, is not affiliated with either Fremington Parish Council, North Devon District Council or Devon County Council.

This website was created and developed as a public service for residents of Fremington, North Devon. The website is in continual development, adding new features and inplementing the latest web technology and standards.

If you find fremingtonweather.co.uk useful, and you use it on a regular basis, please consider making a small donation to support the development and running costs of the weather station and it's website.

You can donate funds directly to fremingtonweather.co.uk via PayPal... This gives you the opportunity to transfer donations of any amount by using your credit/debit card... All major credit/debit cards are accepted, and you don't need to have a PayPal account.

This site is based on a template design by CarterLake with PHP conversion by Saratoga Weather.
Special thanks to Kevin Reed at TNET Weather for work on the original Carterlake templates, and design for the common website PHP management.
Special thanks to Mike Challis of Long Beach WA for his wind-rose generator.
Special thanks to Ken True of Saratoga Weather for the AJAX conditions display, dashboard and integration of the TNET Weather common PHP site design.
Special thanks to Thomas J. Ehrensperger of WXSIM for the customisation of WXSIM & WXSIMATE in forecasting local weather conditions for Fremington, North Devon, United Kingdom.

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