A little fresher

Today will feel a little “fresher” than yesterday due to a steady breeze from a NW-NE arc.  The average wind speed will be around 6mph.  As the day passes the humidity will also fall to help remove the “muggy” atmosphere feeling we encountered yesterday.

It will not be so warm today as it was yesterday.  Our top temperature will be around 19c and the overnight low will be around 12c.  The cloud cover will be present for the majority of the day with the covering ranging from 10% to 100%.  The best of the brighter periods are most likely later in the afternoon / early evening.

The radar images are showing that there is very little risk of rain in our area today (10%) with the largest risk periods being during the mid morning.  The threat is so low I would expect the area to remain dry.  Any rain that did fall would only be short lived light drizzle.  The air pressure charts are showing continued high pressure over our area and the jet stream is still riding high above the UK.  These are both good indications of continued dry weather.

The coldest place last night in the UK was Bala in Wales with a minimum temperature of 6c.  During the day it must have also been one of the warmest places too as, to be the coolest during the night, required the sky to be clear during the day.

Summary.  A fresher day with variable amounts of cloud cover.

Observations made 06:31 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.

Air pressure : 1022.9mb, Temperature :14.2c, Wind: 4mph NW, Relative humidity : 84%, Rain this month :  45mm, Rain this year : 334mm .

Lichfield weather, Burntwood weather, Hammerwich weather, Bloxwich weather, Brownhills weather, Pelsall weather and WS7 weather.
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