A damp end to the working week

We were fortunate yesterday that the heaviest rainfall skirted our area and even today we are sitting on the edge of the most dense rain clouds.  So far this storm the rain clouds have delivered around 8mm of rain in our area and we can expect more to come during the day.  it will be a damp end to the working week.

The rain is currently sitting predominant to the West of us  but it will steadily move away from our area as it travels towards the NE.  We can expect to see around another 4mm of rain today.  In the majority it will be light but we may see the odd heavier burst.  The chance of further rain today is 98%.

The East Sussex area, Plymouth in Devon and Milton Keynes received the heaviest rainfall yesterday. Whilst Coleshill recorded yesterday’s top temperature in the UK at 25c.  The Coleshill station also recorded 2mm of rainfall.

Today will see the thermometer reach around 16-17c and the overnight low will be around 11c.  lat night’s minimum temperature was 14.8c at 02:46 hours.

The wind will be deriving from the NW for most of the day.  The average wind speed will be 6mph.

looking forward we are set for a cloudy but dry and pleasant weekend.

Summary : A mostly cloudy day with some showers.  The showers will be clear of our area by late afternoon / early evening.

 Observations made 06:31 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.

Air pressure : 1005.5mb; Temperature 14.8c; Relative humidity :87%; Wind : 87%; Rain this month : 8mm; Rain this year : 295.8mm.

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