Cool start.

Today is the first day for quite some time that the air temperature has dropped below 10c. This morning, at 06:23 hours, it was a cool 8.8c and with the wind chill this felt more like 8c. – it really does feel like an autumnal day.

The radar images are showing a that a band of rain cloud is moving through our area this morning and we are 70% likely to see some showers as we either travel to work or go about our morning duties.  A risk of rain will remain with us until late afternoon although the risk level after mid morning reduces to around 35-40%.

It will remain a generally cool day but we will see some bright spells break through as the clouds fragment from time to time.  Our top temperature will raise to around 17c  by mid afternoon and overnight, under a clear sky at times, the minimum temperature will be around 7c.

The wind will start off the day from the SW-WSW and the wind will be light at around 4-5mph.  As the day passes the wind direction will move clockwise and will end the date deriving from the WNW.  The average wind speed through the afternoon will be 8-9mph.

Summary. A high risk of showers this morning with the risk reducing as day the day passes.  Some bright spells but cool.

Observations made 06:23  hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.

Air pressure : 1011.2 mb , Temperature :8.8c, Wind: 4 mph SW, Relative humidity : 84%, Rain this month :  36.4mm, Rain this year : 432.6mm

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