Get out and about during the daylight hours

 

This morning and the early afternoon are going to be a good time for getting out and about.  During the morning the air pressure will be high but as the day passes into late afternoon we will see the air pressure reduce and the risk of rain increase.

A band of rain will move across the UK during late afternoon to mid evening and this system will bring a 70% risk of rain in our area.  The radar images are showing that main body of this rain cloud system will be to the south of our area, however, we are still within the system’s tracking area and, therefore, likely to receive some precipitation.

It will be a mild day with a top temperature of around 8-9c.  Whilst it will be a generally cloudy day the cloud, during the morning, will be high. This high cloud will allow it to be a little brighter as the cloud layer will be thinner (only at one level).  Overnight there will be very little temperature change and, in fact, by tomorrow morning we will see a slight temperature increase.

The wind today will be bringing warm air with it from the SSW and the average wind speed will be around 5mph.

Summary: A mild morning with high level clouds.  An increasing risk of rain late afternoon / early evening.

Observations made 08:53 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 6.6c; Air pressure : 1027.7mb; Relative humidity : 88%; wind : 2mph SSW; Rain this month : 46.6mm ; Rain this year : 46.6mm

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