Better done this morning

After some overnight rain when around 0.4mm of rain fell in Hammerwich we will see a brighter but partly breezy start to the morning.  This morning will be the best part of the day so if you have tasks to do outside then they are better done this morning.

The temperature will increase to around 18c by early afternoon, however, we will then see the clouds begin to thicken from the West.  These clouds will bring with them a high risk of rain showers (75%) from mid afternoon onward through the evening.

The wind today will more breezy than of late due to the reduction of the surface air pressure and, as a consequence, more points of air pressure are present.  The average wind speed will be around 8mph and the wind will be deriving from the a general WSW-WNW arc from much of the day.

Looking at the GFS ensemble charts suggests that there is going to be a steady increase in the average air temperature in our area between now and the 11 July.   The ensembles also, however, show some small amounts of rainfall during the same period.  It is early days yet to make two or three week predictions as anything greater than a week is prone to change, however, the charts give a general indication.

Summary: Some bright spells this morning giving way to more cloud and eventually showers later this afternoon.

Observations made 07:49 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 13.1c; Air pressure : 1017.1mb; Relative humidity  82%; Wind :  5 mph WSW; Rain this month : 93.8mm; Rain this year :428.8mm

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