Get out and enjoy

Today will be a pleasant day.  A band of high surface air pressure is centered on the UK and this will provide us with some dry and mild conditions.

It is another great day for a walk in the park, a cycle or carrying out jobs in the garden.

Although the jet stream is pushing towards the S of the UK it is not quite in the ideal position for the perfect summer’s day but, counting our blessings , it with far better weather conditions than we found on Friday.

Today we will see bright spells, particularly this morning, which will bring 6-8 hours of sunshine.  Our top temperature today will be around 19c and overnight the low will be around 8c (last night’s minimum temperature was 6.6c at 06:12 hours).

This afternoon will see cloud increase from the W.  We are on the eastern edge of this formation so it may be that our cloud cover, particularly early afternoon, is a little patchy.  As the afternoon passes we can expect the cloud cover to become more widespread.

The introduction of cloud, however, will not mean rain.  The cloud will be at a medium height.  The risk of rain today is only 6%.

The wind will be deriving from the NW for the majority of the day.  The average wind speed will be a light 3mph.

Summary : Another dry day with some bright spells.

 Observations made 08:29 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.

Air pressure : 1016.8mb; Temperature 13c; Relative humidity :80%; Wind : 1mph NW; Rain this month : 14.2mm; Rain this year : 300.2mm.

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