Today sees the day start off a little misty and there is a general layer of cloud. The radar images, however, tell me that the jet stream is positioned north of our area and the air pressure is high. We can, therefore, expect to see another mild day once the mist burns away.
From around mid morning the cloud will fragment and we will see the sun break through. This will help lift our top temperature to around 12.5-13c. overnight the temperatures will again be low at around 2c. Last night’s low was 1.4c at 05:09 hours.
There will, again, be some opportunity for our local astronomers to make some night sky observations tonight.
The wind will be blowing, initially, from the SW but we can expect to see some slight movement clockwise towards the WNW. With a large band of high pressure above the winds will be light at around 4mph.
High air pressure bringing another dry and at times bright day.
Observations made 06:28 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Air pressure : 1030.9mb, Temperature : 1.8c, Wind : 2mph SW, Relative humidity : 89%, Rain this month : 17mm, Rain this year : 156mm.