A low of 1.1c overnight.

After the last couple of days when we have started off with rain today, as I outlined yesterday, begins cold and with a grass frost.  The overnight low was 1.1c at 03:29 hours and at approximately 06:45 it is still only 1.4c.   A day for coat and gloves!

This change of weather has been created by the jet stream now sitting below the UK.  This means that the northern climate is now dominating.  In that circumstance  we can generally expect some dry weather, the odd clear spell and a cool top temperature.  Today is no exception.

Our top temperature today will be around 6-7c and overnight we can expect temperatures to reach around freezing point.  If you haven’t already taken care of your young and tender plants then you should definitely do so tonight.

The wind will be deriving from the SW and the average wind speed will be a gentle 3mph.

Tomorrow weather should bring some hazards to the area.  With the cool temperatures we will see some frost on the paths and roads.  With the wet fallen leaves on the roads and paths some patches may be very slippery.  It is also possible that with the SW wind bringing some warm air and the ground at 0c we will see some fog.  More on this in my next post.

Summary :  A cool start and remaining cool throughout the day and night.

Observations made 06:31 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.

Air pressure :   1025mb, Temperature : 1.4c, Wind: 3mph SW, Relative humidity : 87%, Rain this month :  54 mm, Rain this year : 609 mm

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



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