Is it work outside weather?

It is another cloudy start to the day and it is with cloud cover that we will spend most of the day.  Fear not, however, if you have plans for spending time outdoors today as it will be a generally dry day with only an 8% risk of rain.

The rain radar images do show a very thin and light rain carrying cloud system that will head roughly towards our area this morning.  When, however, I expand the image the system seems to pass to the W of Cannock and, therefore, missing our area.  it is possible that we may catch a spot or two of drizzle from the edge of the system but we will are unlikely to see any measurable rain.

With a general cloud covering the top air  temperature will be restricted to a still pleasant 19-20c.  Overnight the minimum temperature will be around 12c.  Last night’s minimum temperature was 14.6c at 05:27 hours.

The cloud will be formed by a the breeze bringing in cool air from the W-WNW.  The average wind speed will be around 4mph.

On Monday and Tuesday we can expect to see some brighter and slightly warmer weather (around 22-23c on Tuesday).  Later in the week (Thursday and Friday) there is an increased risk of rain.  Some of the rain could be heavy.

 Summary: A generally cloudy day but remaining dry.

Observations made 08:36 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 15.5c; Air pressure : 1025.2mb; Relative humidity  82%; Wind : 1 mph W; Rain this month : 9.8mm; Rain this year :486.8mm

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