Welcome to the Otter Valley Weather website
The Otter Valley Weather Station is situated alongside the River Otter near Dotton, between the villages of Newton Poppleford & Colaton Raleigh
in the hinterland of south-east Devon, four kilometres west of the coastal regency town of Sidmouth.
Otter Valley Webcam. Available during daylight hours.
Otter Valley Webcam
Latest weather readings taken at 19:20, 28/5/17
Temp 17.2C, Humidity 86%, Dew point 14.8C, Today's Rain 0.0 mm
Wind South at 0 mph, Max Gust 11 mph at 17:24
Today's Solar Radiation High 823 W/m at 10:13
Pressure 1014.5 hPa (Falling), Sky: Few Clouds

Today's High = 20.7C at 11:50 & Low = 11.3C at 0:00
General synopsis: Increasing clouds with little temperature change
UV
0.6
UV
4.8
Current UV at 19:20
High Today at 11:15
Monthly UV High
at 7.5 on the 27/5/17
Annual UV High
at 7.5 on the 27/5/17
Vote for Claire on the 8th June
  1 to 2
Very low risk of sunburn
  3 to 5
Moderate risk of sunburn on unprotected skin 
  6 to 7
High risk of sunburn on unprotected skin 
  8 to 10
Very high risk of severe sunburn
The Otter Valley starts up in the Blackdown Hills and runs roughly SSW to the sea at Budleigh Salterton. This weather station is situated alongside the River Otter between the villages of Newton Poppleford and Otterton in the south-east of Devon, which is in the south west of England. The nearest coastline is 3.5 km away at Jacob's Ladder Beach, Sidmouth. The area is designated an Area of Outstanding Beauty (AONB)  and dominated by rolling, lush green hills and soft, broad-leaved wooded valleys and the dramatic, inspiring coastline of the Jurassic Coast, which is a natural World Heritage Site. The climate is maritime temperate hence, mild, humid and dominated by the Atlantic Ocean to the west.

 

Photo: The Triassic Sandstone Sea-Stacks at nearby Ladram Bay
Sunrise: 5:08 Sunset: 21:12
Moonrise: 8:01 Moonset: 23:56
Comfort Level: Comfortable
Heat Stress: ---
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