Weather forecast 23 July 2012.
I am pleased to report that we will all wake to some blue sky this morning. The even better news is that it will remain with us all day!
The UK is currently being split by two pressure systems. To the north low pressure is bringing rain to northern England and Scotland whilst the south we will see bright spells and warm spells. Fortunately we are falling in the southern part of the split.
Our high today will be around 23-24c and overnight, under a clear sky, the low will fall to around 14c. The clear sky will mean a good night’s viewing is possible for our astronomers.
The winds will not be as brisk as yesterday but we will still feel the SW breeze blowing from time to time. The average wind speed will be around 7mph with gusts around 15mph.
Similarly to yesterday the pollen count across our area is today classed as “High”.
Plenty of blue sky and sunshine.
Observations made 06:36 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Air pressure : 1021mb; Temperature : 14.9c; Wind : 2mph SW;
Relative humidity : 85%; Rain last 24 hours : 0mm.