Is that snow? (WS7weather report 10-2-2017)

ws7-weather-reportAs I write this blog (at approximately 06:30 hours) there are few light snowflakes visible in the distant street lights.  The radar images show that there is a further risk of some light snow around mid morning but there will be no accumulation to worry about.  The risk of light snow / wintry shower today is around 35%.

The conditions at approximately 1.5Km above the earth are more favourable for snow tomorrow morning and it is around 60% likely that we will see some in our area around breakfast and/ or mid morning time.

Back to today.  It will be a cool and generally cloudy day with a top temperature of only 3c.  Overnight the minimum temperature will be around freezing point.  That will be similar to last night when at 00:22 hours the air temperature was 0.6c.

The wind will be deriving from the NE for the majority of the day but because of the points of similar high air pressure being generally well spread apart the wind will be light.  The average wind speed will be around 5mph.

For a bit of fun take part in my snow poll.

Summary for today : Another cold day with a glimpse of the odd snow flake possible.

Observations made on 10/2/2017 at 06:21 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 0.9c; Air pressure : 1025.6mb; Relative humidity  91%; Wind calm; Rain this month : 12.8mm; Rain this year : 63.6mm

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