Today sees the air pressure continue to rise and and the sky will see plenty of cloudless periods. This, however, means that, without the cloud “blanket”, temperatures overnight will fall below zero for the first time since the 8th of the month.
There will be some cloud around this morning as we commute to work and there is a low risk (around 16%) of some drizzle in the air around 08:00. This comes from a small cloud system that is making its way across the UK from the NE. This system will soon pass through our area.
The remainder of the day will see the air pressure rise to around 1032mb. The maximum temperature today will be around 6-7c. Overnight the minimum temperature will be around -2c. You will need to be careful in the morning on untreated paths and roads.
The wind will also be light today and deriving mainly from a cool easterly direction. The average wind speed will be a gentle 4-5mph.
Summary : A generally dry and bright day. Becoming cold overnight with temperature below zero.
Observations made on 28/11/2016 at 08:48 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 4.9c; Air pressure : 1029.5mb; Relative humidity 83%; Wind : Calm; Rain this month : 76.2mm; Rain this year : 697.3mm
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