A day for wearing your gloves?

It is a cold start to the day today with the air temperature, at approximately 06:45 hours, only around 1.8c.  The cool NW wind will make sure that the remainder of the day also stays on the chilly side.  It is a start to the day that may necessitate you wearing your gloves if you are stepping out first thing this morning.

The good news is that this morning’s commute to work will be made with some bright spells breaking through a partly fragmented sky.  The risk of rain this morning is around 25%.

As the afternoon passes our top temperature will reach around 9c but this will feel more like 6c with the wind chill.  Late in the afternoon the cloud cover will increase along with the risk of rain.  The risk of showers after 17:00 hours is 55-60%.  Overnight the air temperature will again reduce to near freezing point.  Our minimum temperature is likely to be around 1c.

The wind will be deriving from the NW and the average wind speed will be around 6mph.

Summary:  A cool start with some bright spells.  Becoming cloudier this afternoon with an increased risk of showers.  Cold overnight..

Observations made 06:33 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 1.7c; Air pressure : 1008.3mb; Relative humidity : 75%; Wind : 3mph WNW; Rain this month : 81mm ; Rain this year : 272.2mm

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