WS7 weather report for Hammerwich, Lichfield, Burntwood, Brownhills, Bloxwich, Walsall, Aldridge and Pelsall 27-2-2017

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Sadly, I can not bring any early morning cheer as the air pressure (at the time of my observations) was steadily reducing and rain was lightly falling.  The air pressure will reduce to a low around 984mb. The day will, however, gradually improve.

The radar images show that we have a 95% threat of further rain showers until mid afternoon.  The cloud bed will then fragment a little to allow some brighter spells to break through.

Our top temperature will be around 8c but in a steady 10mph+ breeze this will feel more like 5c.   Overnight, with the clear sky, the air temperature will reduce to around 2c.  This low air temperature could bring us some grass frost by the morning.

The wind will spend most of the day deriving from a S-WSW arc and the average wind speed will be around 7-8mph.  Gusts speeds are likely to be around 25mph.  Yesterday’s top gust speed was 28mph around 14:00 hours.

Summary for today :Showers during the morning will clear mid afternoon.  Some bright spells.  Cooler than of late overnight.

Observations made on 27/2/2017 at 05:27 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 6.3c; Air pressure : 990.9mb; Relative humidity  90%; Wind : 9 mph SW; Rain this month : 35.8mm; Rain this year : 86.6mm

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