Clock back weather (WS7weather report 30-10-2016)

Weather report 26 May 2010 at 06:26Firstly, if you haven’t done so already, can  remind you that BST ended during the early hours of this morning and consequently the clocks need to be put back 1 hour.  This means it will be dark at around 4:30 -5pm tonight.

It was damp in the air this morning leading to some misty drizzle but we will not really see any measurable rain today. As the morning passes the risk of “drizzle” reduces from around 40% around 40% to around 10% around lunchtime.

This afternoon the cloud cover will lift to a more medium to high height and this will also allow some brighter spells to break through.  These brighter spells will see our top temperature rise to around 14c.  Overnight the minimum temperature will be around 8c.

Over the next few day we will see the weather pattern change.  On Tuesday the jet stream will begin pushing down the UK from the NW.  This action will bring some cooler winds, clearer skies and overnight temperatures as low as 1-2c.  After the mild spell it will be time to find out the ice scraper and thicker coat.

The wind today will deriving from a SW-SE arc.  The average wind speed will be around 2mph.

Summary : A very cloudy start becoming a little lighter later. 

Observations made on 30/10/2016 at 08:52 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 11.7c; Air pressure : 1030.2mb; Relative humidity  86%; Wind 1 mph SW; Rain this month : 21.2mm; Rain this year : 624.5mm

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