Last day of school weather

Today sees the last day of school for many but will the sun shine on the staff and pupils?

The air pressure at 06:30 hours is continuing to reduce and the radar images are showing a few light rain clouds that will pass through our area during the morning.  The risk of rain is around 30%.  Any rain that did fall would be very light and would soon pass by.

This afternoon will see the cloud base begin to fragment a little and the air pressure will begin to rise.  This is because the low air pressure system that developed in the WSW will have cleared our area.  The risk of rain this afternoon is only around 11%.

Overnight the air pressure will stabilise at around 1014mb. Our astronomer friends will find some opportunity to make some observations as the cloud cover will dissipate.

Our top temperature today will be around 19-20c and the overnight low will be around 12c.

The wind will be deriving from an ENE-ESE arc first thing this morning before moving clockwise to spend the majority of the day blowing from the SW. The average wind speed today will be a breezy 10-12mph this afternoon although first thing this morning the wind speed will be light.

Summary : A cloudy day with a small risk of light rain this morning.  This afternoon breezy but dry.

Observations made 06:30 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.

Air pressure : 1007.2mb ; Temperature 15.6c; Relative humidity :82%; Wind : 1mph ENE;     Rain this month : 27.2mm; Rain this year : 252mm.

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