Brrrr it’s chilly and with a risk of snow too.

The air temperature at around 09:00 hours is around -0.4c and there is frost and ice all around.  Great care should be taken on untreated roads and paths today.

You can often see the weather pattern change and today will be no exception.

Early this morning the air pressure is high and this will bring us some brighter spells up until lunchtime.  Te air pressure will then begin to reduce and the cloud cover will increase.  The cloud cover will, by late afternoon, become lower and this will herald, initially, the risk of some sleet and rain showers.

Our top temperature today will be around 2c and the overnight low will be around -1c.

The radar images are showing that their is a distinct rain cloud system that will enter our area from the NW.  We then have a 80% risk of rain, sleet or snow.  The conditions, at approximately 1.5KM above the earth, are right on the cusp of being perfect for snow this evening so do not be surprised if we see some falling from 21:00 hours onward.

The wind will be very light this morning and from the SW.  The direction will move slightly anticlockwise later in the day towards the ESE.

Summary:  A cool but generally clear morning.  Turning cloudier for a while during the mid to late afternoon.  Some precipitation, with a high risk of snow, later this evening.

Observations made 08:49 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : -0.4c; Air pressure : 1030mb; Relative humidity : 89%; wind : calm; Rain this month : 40mm ; Rain this year : 40mm

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