Not a bright start

It is a dull start this morning and there will be plenty of cloud around today.  It will, however, not be “wall to wall” cloud as we will see the generally medium height cloud bed fragment during the afternoon and early evening to allow for some brighter spells to shine through.

(It was so dull this morning when I was writing this blog that I had to put the light on to work).

Our top temperature will be around the 20-21c mark and overnight the minimum temperature will be around 12-14c.

The radar images are showing that this morning a number of light rain clouds are passing through our area and these will bring a 20% risk of rain this morning.  This afternoon there is a larger band of rain cloud pushing across the UK and this will increase the risk of light “spotty”rain at around 15:00 hours to around 55%.

The jet stream will be running across the UK from the Atlantic for much of the week which means that we can expect to see plenty of cloud cover.

The wind today will be generally blowing from the SW and the average wind speed will be around 3mph this morning increasing to 7-8mph this afternoon.

Summary : A partly cloudy day with some bright spells and a small risk of rain – particularly this afternoon.

Observations made 06:24 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.

Air pressure : 1009.5mb ; Temperature 12.6c; Relative humidity :82%; Wind : calm;     Rain this month : 30.6mm; Rain this year : 255.4mm.

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