A little brighter weather.

After all of the snow flurries yesterday that really didn’t add to the accumulation with any significance today will be a day of some contrast.

Firstly, a system of high pressure is beginning to push across our area this means that we will see a thinning of the cloud and the odd bright spell.  This, however, will be tempered by a light 2-3mph breeze from the cold ENE.

We are unlikely to see any generalised snow fall today and any flurries (around 15% chance) will only be localised. The hazards today, however, will be from ice and mist / fog.

With clear spells and less cloud cover the air temperature will fall after dark leaving a hard frost and the fallen snow will ice over.  The top temperature today will be around -1c and overnight the low will be around -5c.  Either end of the day but in particular tonight we are likely to see a general veil of mist and maybe fog in our area.


A generally dry day with some brighter spells possible. Mist and a cold night ahead.

Observations made at 06:33 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.

Air pressure : 1015.5mb, Temperature : -0.7c, Wind : 1mph NE, Relative humidity: 94%, Rain since 00:01 hours : 0.0mm, Rain this month : 12.2mm

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