Current Weather Conditions on Arran (Highs & lows since midnight, updated every minute)

Temperature 14.2°C
Max: 15.4°C Min: 6.8°C
Wind (Gust Speed) 7.9 mph
Max Gust: 8.6 mph
Rainfall Rate 0.0 mm/hr
0.0 mm today
Pressure 1018.7 mb
Rising
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Connection Down Brodick ⇄ Ardrossan
Connection Down Lochranza ⇄ Claonaig
Weather Warnings none
All calm
Sunrise / sets 03:47 / 20:51
Day length = 17:03 hrs
Moonrise /sets 01:28 / 13:02
Waning Crescent (-40%)
Earthquakes 1 near Arran
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Since September 2011 Arran Weather has been recording wind, rain, pressure, humidity and temperature data for the Isle of Arran. There may be some ommisions of data from time to time, for example if there has been a power cut but it's quite comprehensive when it comes to providing an idea of the Climate on Arran.

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  • 10th April 2015
  • April 2015

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  • 20th March 2015
  • 20th March 2015

    Partial Solar Eclipse

    Partial Solar Eclipse over Arran.
  • 22nd March 2013
  • 22nd March 2013

    "The Big Snow"

    The North, South, and the west part of the island were smothered in snow over night. Up to 16ft snow drifts in places, the island was without mains power for days. A huge response from SSE, Police, Fire & Rescue, Coastguard, Mountain Rescue, NHS, NAC and even the RNLI all teamed up to give support and supplies to hose who needed it until the roads were passable, and some normality could resume. This weather event gained global media coverage.
  • 19th September 2011
  • 19th September 2011

    Weather Station goes Online

    Weather data has been recorded at the station in Sannox since September 2011, the only outages in data are due to powercuts resulting from storms or damage to the station itself. It has suffered wind damage only once. :)
  • 26th December 1996
  • Boxing Day 1998

    Windstorm hits

    This was the weather event which got me interested in meteorology. This night was truly astonishing. The wind was forecast, but not quite as much as we experienced. Huge sections of roof from the sheds on the farm were ripped off and flew through the air and landed, rather neatly, but noisily at our front door at half past ten at night. In the pitch black, the power had gone out many hours before this. Each section easily weighed near a tonne. 103mph was recorded at Prestwick Airport (PIK) and 113mph at Ardrossan Harbour, it wouldnt surprise me if those gusts in Sannox that night exceeded these values.