- Press "Esc" key to exit full screen
The four lefthand buttons - pressure, wind, rainfall and temperature
Pressing any of these buttons will change the displayed units. For example pressing the wind button will cycle through knots, metres/second, beaufort, kilometres per hour, miles per hour
Pressing this button will display the records for the weather station. At the bottom of the list there is a drop down enabling display of records for the month, records for the year and all time records
Pressing this button brings up a display of weather graphs with a drop down menu for different types of graphs. There are 30 to choose from but please bear in mind that we don't have solar or UV sensors so these graphs will be blank
This page is entirely experimental and may be withdrawn at any time.
The code for the gauges is still Alpha code and we have no control over any changes that may be made
We have added this to the site because quite aside from the rather neat gauges it provides excellent access to a huge range of graphs and weather records
Please enjoy and let us know what you think.
This display is refreshed frequently from the weather station. If you find that the data is not being refreshed or you have any comments please email @ Webmaster and let us know.
The weather station used on this site was purchased and installed with the help of Lottery Funding.
Caution: Indicated wind speeds
Our Lookout is situated in the lee of the Yacht Club to the NE and rising ground and buildings to the west and south west. Because of these topographic features wind speeds indicated by our anemometer are likely to be less than those that would be found offshore or in the river estuary which tends to funnel westerly winds.
Ultra Violet Index
Currently, we do not have a UV Sensor on our weather station and therefore are not capable of showing the live UV Index (UVI) directly from Eastcliff. However, we do encourage those who are about to use our beaches or go out to sea to check the Teignmouth UVI forecast on the Met Office Weather App or directly from the Met Office UVI Forecast which provides an animated 6-day forecast.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) promotes worldwide UVI awareness through the Intersun Programme a site that explains all. Note that on Teignmouth Beaches the UVI can reach 7 on the WHO scale in mid-summer.