Don’t believe all that is written

It is another cold start to the day with the and the air temperature was as low as 1.1c at 05:33 hours this morning.  There will, however, be some bright spells first thing this morning that will help lift the spirits.

It will be a relatively cool day with a top temperature of only 8c and overnight the low will be around the 1c mark.

This afternoon we will see the cloud cover increase and this cloud cover will bring a 60% risk of rain showers to our area. Don’t be surprised if some of the showers have a bit of sleet mixed in but, like yesterday, the snow will not cause any disruption.  Even yesterday I saw a newspaper headline talking of imminent widespread disruption due to snow in the UK.   There is, however,  simply not the evidence to support this case in our area at the moment.

The wind will, once again, be bringing cool air from a NW direction.   The average wind speed will be around 6mph.  The wind chill at 6mph will reduce the “feel” of the air temperature by around 2c.

Summary:  A bright start.  Cloud increasing during the afternoon increasing the risk of showers.  Clearing during the evening to leave another cold night.

Observations made 06:33 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 1.7c; Air pressure : 1012.3mb; Relative humidity : 86%; Wind : calm;  Rain this month : 82.6mm ; Rain this year : 273.8mm

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