It will be cool overnight tonight

This morning sees the air pressure, once again, reducing to around the 1000mb mark.  This low pressure system is bringing some rain and increased wind speeds to our area first thing this morning but the picture will change.

Up to around 10:00 hours the radar images are showing a band of light rain cloud clusters moving across our area and these will bring a 90% of some rain to our area during the journey to work or school.  The rain clouds will then clear our area to leave a breezy and cloudy day.  The maximum temperature today will be around 13c

The big change comes later in the evening when the air pressure begins to rise (it will be around 1024mb by tomorrow morning).  The rise in air pressure will reduce some of the cloud cover, change the wind direction, bring a 60% risk of rain mid evening and, as a consequence of the clouds eventually clearing, we will be left with some clear spell overnight. The minimum temperature will be around 3c.

It will remain breezy for the majority of the day.  The wind will be deriving from the  SW this morning before moving clockwise towards the WNW-NW later in the day (as the air pressure becomes high).  The average wind speed today will be around 10-12mph with gusts up to 30mph.

Summary: Rain first thing this morning then cloudy but dry.  Becoming cold and clear overnight..

Observations made 06:26 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 12.3c; Air pressure : 1000.9mb; Relative humidity : 87%; wind : 9mph SW; Rain this month : 49.2mm ; Rain this year : 49.2mm

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