August Bank Holiday Monday Weather

It is a very damp start to the Bank Holiday Monday with around 8mm of rain already received in the Hammerwich area by 08:30 hours.

The radar images are showing that heavy rain clouds are above our area and will not clear until late morning / lunchtime.  The rain rate until then will be around 2mm per hour.

The afternoon sees the heaviest rain cloud move beyond our area although we are left with a 60% risk of further showers.  If you were planning to work in the garden then you may have to spend your time in the potting shed or greenhouse.

Because of the general thick cloud base tour top temperature will be reduced to around 15c today.  Overnight the minimum will be around 10-11c.

The wind will be deriving from the NW-NNW and the average wind speed will be around 5mph.

The current radar models show that further rain clouds will enter our area late tomorrow morning bring further heavy rain.

Summary : A wet Bank Holiday Monday morning with showers possible in the afternoon.

 Observations made 08:42 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.

Air pressure : 1014.7mb; Temperature 13.1c; Relative humidity :87%; Wind : 4 mph NW; Rain this month : 50.4mm; Rain this year : 336.4mm.

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