Weather report for the Hammerwich, Lichfield, Burntwood, Brownhills, Bloxwich and Pelsall area. 14 February 2013

The weather today will certainly not be bringing a gentle Valentine’s day kiss via a gentle breeze and bright sunshine.

Instead we will see increasing cloud and the radar images are showing that more generalised rain clouds will be moving into our area around 09:30 hours this morning. The risk of rain will remain with us then for the majority of the day. I certainly would not be travelling too far from home without a hat! Some of the rain today will moderately heavy so local flooding can be expected.

Coupled with the rain will increasing wind speeds. Starting off with a whisper first thing this morning we can expect wind speeds to average around 16mph with gusts around 45mph during the afternoon and early evening. The wind will be blowing from a SE-SW arc.

Our top temperature today will be around 7c but it will feel more like 2-3c in the wind. Overnight the low will be around 4c.

Summary
A cold and wet day in parts with a strong breeze developing.

Observations made 06:41 hours Hamerwich, Staffordshire.
Air pressure : 995.4mb; Temperature : 2.4c; Relative humidity : 86%; Wind : 1mph ESE

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