Plan your weekend ride out. (WS7weather report 17-2-2017)

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It is a lovely mild start to the day.  Who can remember that only a few days ago (10th February) we were seeing snowflakes falling?  Today’s weather is much more a late winter morning heading expectantly towards spring than a cold and miserable mid winter’s day.

The good news is that the weekend will also be generally mild and dry so today may be a good day to put some thoughts towards a longer walk or ride either on saturday or sunday.

Our top temperature today will be around 10c and overnight the minimum temperature will be around 6-7c.  Last night’s minimum temperature was 6.1 c at 01:12 hours.

Today will start out partly cloudy but as the day passes the cloud will become more generalised.  The radar images do show a thin band of rain cloud to the west of us and which will reach our area late morning.  Hopefully, it will just blow beyond us.  The risk of any rain today is only low at around 20%.

The wind will spend most of the day deriving from the SW-S.  The air pressure will be generally stable and, therefore, the wind will be light at around 3-4mph.

.Summary for today : A generally cloudy day but mild with temperatures around double figures.

Observations made on 17/2/2017 at 06:34 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 7.1c; Air pressure : 1026.5mb; Relative humidity  90%; Wind : 3mph SW; Rain this month : 22.4mm; Rain this year : 73.2mm

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