10c warmer

Today will see the wind derivation eventually return towards the warmer southerly direction (SE-SW arc) and we can expect to see a day with some mild air temperatures.  These early mild temperatures coupled with high relative humidity and  low wind speeds could see the formation of some mist patches in places first thing this morning.

Already at 06:30 hours the air temperature is above 13c  and we can expect to see a top temperature of around 16-17c today.  Overnight will remain mild with a minimum temperature of 12-13c.  Yesterday at the same time the air temperature was around 6.7c whilst last year, on the same day, the air temperature at 07:04 hours was 3.9c.  Therefore, today is nearly 10c warmer than the corresponding day last year.

The wind will start the day deriving from the E-ENE but the direction will gradually move towards the SE and eventually the SW as the day passes.  The wind will have an average speed of around  6-7mph.

It will be a generally cloudy day with just the odd brighter spell.  This morning there is a chance of some drizzle and as the day passes a 25% chance of rain.

Summary : Returning to mild air temperatures.

Observations made 06:22 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.

Air pressure :   1014.9mb, Temperature : 13.2c, Wind: 1mph ENE, Relative humidity : 90%, Rain this month :  69mm, Rain this year : 555mm

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

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