Rising rapidly

Although the barometer is showing that the air pressure is rising rapidly it will not be until tomorrow that we will see any positive benefit from it in the way of slightly increased air temperature.

The radar images are showing that for today there is some patchy rain cloud heading our way this morning.  These patchy clouds have already delivered some rain to our area and are overall 60% likely to bring some more rain today. Any rain would be short lived.

During the late morning / early afternoon the risk of rain will diminish and we will see some brighter spells .  These brighter spells will help lift our top temperature up to around 6c and the overnight low will be around 4c.  On the same day last year our top temperature just pushed into double figures.

This evening the risk of rain returns and the current satellite images are showing that a system of rain will be in our area from mid evening onward.  The highest risk of rain is around 21:00 hours.

The wind will be breezy throughout the day.  The average wind speed will be around 10mph with gusts up to 25-30mph.  The wind will be deriving from a SW-W arc.

Summary.  A risk of rain showers this morning and evening remains.  A breezy day.

Observations made 06:33 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.

Air pressure : 997.1 rising rapidly; Temperature :3.8c; Relative humidity : 84%; Wind : 5mph SW; Rain this month : 19.2mm; Rain this year : 50.4mm.

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