Sunshine in Salop?

Today, once again, starts off a little cloudy but despite the cloud we only have a 17% chance of rain this morning.  This risk will diminish during the afternoon to around 10%.  The satellite images are currently (08:15 hours) showing a general covering of cloud throughout the West Midlands.

The cloud cover will fragment from time to time during the day and this will allow temperatures to reach around 20c.  It will be, at times, very humid due to the cloud and warmth and this may make working or playing physical sport more difficult late this morning .  Overnight will be very mild with a minimum temperature of 14c.

This afternoon the wind speed will increase slightly.  This morning the wind speed will be around 3mph and this afternoon nearer 6-7mph.  Either way the wind speeds are not dramatic.  The wind will be deriving from the SW for the majority of the day.

In answer to a specific question I have received from @gazman399 I have looked further afield towards Shifnal.  Looking at the satellite images would suggest that you may see a little more sun the further you go into Shropshire.  The risk of rain remains very low and the temperatures will be similar to Hammerwich.  For very specific Shifnal information follow this link for information provided by a fellow amateur observer.

Summary.  Cloudy to start with some brighter spells later.  Warm but humid at times this morning.

Observations made 08:06 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.

Air pressure :  1026.4mb , Temperature : 10.5c, Wind: calm , Relative humidity : 8%, Rain this month :  4.4mm, Rain this year : 464mm

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