Down in Penzance it was -1.0C, not as cold as 7th (-1.8C). It has been almost calm, and Culdrose is away from any maritime effect with what wind there was being NE last night.
I drove out to Sennen this morning (I care for my autistic daughter so am allowed to drive short distances to a quiet spot). The police were turning back any people from east of Penzance at the car park entrance, I'm pleased to say, I actually had quite a nice chat with the policeman.
On the way I was struck by just how much the temperature fluctuated. To the nearest degree based on my car thermometer, which is pretty good, it was 2C just outside Penzance. 1C & still very icy at Catchell (where the Porthcurno road leaves the A30 for anyone with Google Earth), then 1 mile further on at the top of Tregonebris it was 6C. Arriving at Sennen, where there was a F1-2 onshore breeze it was 7C.
The visibility was just outstanding, it's many months since Scilly has been so clear.
It was lovely on a near deserted beach.
From a weather & sea state perspective you can see the scouring of the beach exposing rocks to the right, just above the most recent high tide line. Recent days have really seen the sand piling up, the big concave shaped bank of fresh golden sand.