There was a lovely bright moon and star filled sky to greet me as I made my observations at 06:33 hours this morning. But was this a false dawn or bright beginning?
The air pressure at 06:33 hours was falling slowly and the synoptic charts show that there is a complex low pressure system to the north of our area. The radar images, however, show that the bulk of any rain cloud will remain north of our area.
The outcome is that we are likely to see an often bright and breezy day with a small risk (around 15%) of some drizzle. The top temperature during daylight hours will be around 10-11c and overnight the minimum will be cooler than of late at around 5c.
The wind, due to the complex air pressure system, will be a little breezy with an average speed of around 6-8mph. The wind will be deriving from a SW-W arc. The more westerly the breeze the more cloud we are likely to see.
Overall : A bright beginning.
Summary : A mild and breezy day with some bright spells. A small risk (15%) of some drizzle too.
Observations made on 16/11/2016 at 06:33 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 8.5c; Air pressure : 1013.3mb; Relative humidity 86%; 5mph SW; Rain this month : 34mm; Rain this year : 655.4mm
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