Walsall’s Cup Final Weather

Today sees Walsall Football Club play at Wembley Stadium for the first time in their history when they take on Bristol City in the final Of the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy.  For the 30,000 fans Walsall fans that are travelling to see the match I can tell you that it will be a dry day in the capital with some bright spells around kick off time.

For the rest of us that are staying at home I can give some more detailed weather information.

This morning will start off cloudy but it will remain dry.  The air pressure is currently high at around 1028mb but as the day passes this will reduce to around 1016mb.  This steady reduction in air pressure will eventually bring some rain possibly tomorrow and /or Tuesday.  The risk of rain today is less than 7%.

There will be some fragmentation in the cloud and this will allow for some brighter spells particularly during the afternoon (around 3.5 – 4 hours of sunshine).  Our top temperature today will be 9c and overnight the minimum temperature will be 2c.

The wind will start off light and will be deriving from the NE but as the day passes the derivation will move clockwise to end in the SE-SSE.  Also as the day passes additional points of air pressure move into our area we will see that the wind speed will increase very slightly.  The average wind speed today will be around 6mph

Overall it will be another pleasant day for taking a walk, cycle or to work in the garden.

Summary.  Some cloud but bright spells too. Remaining dry.

Observations made 08:26 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.

Air pressure :1028.9mb ; Temperature :4.4c; Relative humidity : 80%; Wind : 2 mph NNE; Rain this month : 24.2mm; Rain this year : 77.2mm.

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