Hammerwich CC Bonfire weather (WS7weather report 5-11-2016)

hammerwich-cc-bonfire-2016Tonight see the ever spectacular Hammerwich Cricket Club bonfire displays and so, the big question is, will the weather be ideal?

I am pleased to say that the weather today will be dry and cool which seems perfect weather for Bonfire celebrations across the region. The ever informative Brownhills Bob has published details of other events across the area.

Today’s weather in more detail.  This morning will see the air temperature gradually climb to a maximum of 8c, however, this will feel more like 6c with the wind chill.

We will see some low to medium height cloud gather during the afternoon but this will only bring a 14% risk of any rain.  This risk will pass by the time the daylight fades.  By the time of the Bonfire celebrations the temperature will have reduced to around 4-5c so a big coat and gloves will be needed if  you are stepping out.

Overnight the air temperature will reduce to around 2-3c (last night’s low was 4.4c at midnight).   Gardeners will need to protect young and tender plants.

The wind will be deriving from the cool NNW-NE and the average wind speed will be around 8-9mph.

Finally, I would like to wish Lynne in Willenhall a very happy birthday.

Summary : A dry and often bright day but cool in the northerly breeze.

Observations made on 5/11/2016 at 08:22 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 5.6c; Air pressure : 1006.2mb; Relative humidity  84%; Wind 6 mph N; Rain this month : 0.4mm; Rain this year : 625.4mm

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