It is a rainy start to the day and the radar images do not suggest that there will be much respite from the wet stuff at all today or early tomorrow. The risk of rain at anytime today is, at the lowest 55% and the highest 100%. If you are going out you will need your brolly with you.
The persistent rain has also flooded underneath the railway bridge in Hall lane, Hammerwich (picture taken by J Thomas in sunnier times) making it unwise to try to attempt travelling this route to Muckley corner.
The cloud cover does, however, mean that it will be a milder day with a top temperature of 8c and an overnight low of around 6c. The wind chill will, however, reduce the feel of the air temperature by around 2-3c.
The wind will start the day off deriving from the NW before travelling clockwise to end the day deriving from the E. The average wind speed will be around 8mph with gust speeds of 12-16mph.
Summary : A day with some persistent periods of rain.
Observations made on 21/11/2016 at 06:19 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 3.2c; Air pressure : 993.6mb; Relative humidity 94%; 2mph NW; Rain this month : 49.2mm; Rain this year : 670.3mm
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