The air pressure is beginning to fall, albeit slowly, the jet stream position is moving and there is a low pressure system building out the SW. All this means that the weather is about to change and not necessarily for the better. The change will, however, be a slow process but we will notice, from today, a change in the pattern.
Like yesterday we will start off cloudy and with the high humidity reading of 86% it may feel a little damp in the air from time to time. The chance, however, of any real rain is only around 20%. The cloud will occasionally break to allow the odd brighter spell. Our top temperature today will be around 20c and overnight the minimum will reach around 12c.
The wind will again be light today. The average speed will be 3-4mph with the wind deriving from the SSE-SE.
The low pressure system will, over the next few days push in to our area and we can expect, by the weekend, for the weather to include a little more precipitation than we have seen over the last week or so.
Cloudy with the occasional brighter spell possible.
Observations made 06:34 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Air pressure : 1016.8mb, Temperature : 13.8c, Wind : Calm , Relative humidity : 86%, Rain this month : 21.8 mm, Rain this year : 385.4mm.