Last day of September 2016 weather

It was just under 10c (9.3c) as I made my observations on this last morning of September 2016 morning (at 06:20 hours).  The good news, however, is that we will see some brighter spells during the day that will help lift our top temperature up to around 16c.

Overnight/this morning the minimum temperature was reached at 05:46 hours with a reading of 9.1c . Tonight’s minimum temperature will show a similar reading around the 10c mark.

The day will see some bright spells but there are two risks of rain in our area. The first risk is during and just after the commuting hours.  A small band of rain cloud will be just skirting our area and, therefore, we do have a 15-20% risk of seeing a few drops of rain.  This evening (from around 17:30 hours) another rain cloud system will edge into our area and this will bring with it a 55% risk of rain. The later system will be in our area for a couple of hours.

The wind will be generally light today and deriving from the SW.  The average wind speed will be around 6mph.

Summary : Some bright and mild spells with two small risk periods of rain.

Observations made 06:20 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 9.3c; Air pressure : 1010.2mb; Relative humidity  88%; Wind : calm; Rain this month : 66.2mm; Rain this year : 603.8mm

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