Air pressure is high

It is another day with some mist and heavy dew to start us off but, just like the last two days, this mist will soon burn away as the day warms. The surface air pressure has now settled at around 1037mb and this high air pressure will act as a “block” to the low pressure systems for the next few days.

For today this means that we are set for another fine and dry day with an extremely low risk of rain (4%).

We will have some high level cloud during the day but this will break up from time to time to bring us some more bright autumnal sunshine.

The top temperature today will be around 16-17c and overnight the low will be around 7c.  (Last night’s minimum temperature was 5.6c).

The wind will be light to start the day but it might increase slightly during the middle hours.  The average wind speed will be around 5mph.  The wind will be deriving from the ENE-NE to start the day moving clockwise to the E-ESE as the passes int to the afternoon.

Summary : Another  dry day with high air pressure and bright spells.  

 Observations made 06:32 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.

Air pressure : 1034.5mb; Temperature 6.7c; Relative humidity :87%; Wind :Calm; Rain this month : 24.4mm; Rain this year : 367.8mm.

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