A bright start to the day

Today sees a bright start to the day and the morning will follow this theme.  As the day passes the air pressure will continue to rise and, by the end of the day, it will settle at around 1016mb.

As we head into lunchtime and the early afternoon the cloud cover will increase to around 70% and this cloud brings with it a 45% risk of some brief rain showers. the ran showers will be generally short  lived and localised.

It will be a mild day with  top temperature of around 19c and the overnight low will be around 12c.  During the evening we will have some spells with little or no cloud cover.  This will allow our astronomer friends time to make some observations.

The wind will spend the day deriving from the SW.  It may be breezy at times as the air pressure increases.  The average wind speed will be around 7 mph.

looking towards the Bank Holiday weekend it looks as if the jet stream will  maintain a position across the centre of the UK.  This will bring mild but, at times, cloudy weather.  It should, however, remain mostly dry.

Summary : A bright start some increased cloud in the middle periods before returning to clear spells. 

 Observations made 06:28 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.

Air pressure : 1011.7mb; Temperature 10.4c; Relative humidity :85%; Wind : 3mph SW; Rain this month : 41.6mm; Rain this year : 327.6mm.

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