Berry Head Lighthouse, Devon

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At the end of Berry Head, beyond the coastguard station, is the lighthouse, which forms part of the chain of south coast beacons. The lighthouse, which was built in 1906, was converted to unwatched acetylene operation in 1921 and modernised and converted to mains electricity in 1994. It came to be known as the smallest, highest and deepest light in the British Isles – the tower is diminutive, requiring no further elevation than that given by the headland itself, and the optic was originally turned by the action of a weight falling down a 45m deep shaft, now made redundant by a small motor.

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Berry Head Lighthouse 7 day weather forecast Brixham in Devon

Today
Expect a temp in the range 15.7℃ to 16.4℃ with wind speed 2 m/sec (E)
Sunday, Sep 19
Expect a temp in the range 13.6℃ to 15.7℃ with wind speed 0.8 m/sec (WSW)
Monday, Sep 20
Expect a temp in the range 12.7℃ to 13.1℃ with wind speed 4.6 m/sec (NW)
Tuesday, Sep 21
Expect a temp in the range 12.4℃ to 13.6℃ with wind speed 4.3 m/sec (NNW)
Wednesday, Sep 22
Expect a temp in the range 12.1℃ to 14.1℃ with wind speed 2.9 m/sec (W)
Thursday, Sep 23
Expect a temp in the range 14.7℃ to 15.6℃ with wind speed 4.7 m/sec (W)
Friday, Sep 24
Expect a temp in the range 12.2℃ to 14.6℃ with wind speed 7.5 m/sec (W)


Weather forecast from Yr, delivered by the Norwegian Meteorological Institute and NRK

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