Low pressure system

After yesterday’s really miserable day, weather wise, today will be a little brighter affair.

The whole of the UK is still under the influence of a low pressure system that was created out to the N.  This is a complex system with many points of pressure.  When so many points of pressure are closely positioned together stronger winds are formed and this will be the case for us today.  The wind will start off the day from the SW but as the day passes we will see it derive from the W.  The average wind speed will be around 10mph but we can expect gusts of around 25mph.

The radar images are showing that there is a lot of rain systems around this morning although the majority seem to be missing our area.  This will still leave us with around a 30% chance of seeing some rainfall up to around mid day.  Overall it will, however, be a generally dry day with some brighter spells.  Our top temperature will be around 13c.  Overnight we will see some clear spells and this will allow the temperature to reach a minimum of 7c.

Summary

A breezy day.

Observations made 06:39 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Air pressure : 1000.1mb, Temperature : 6.6c, Wind :   7mph SW , Relative humidity : 83%, Rain this month : 16.8 mm, Rain this year : 380.4mm.

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