An upside down day (WS7 weather report 17-3-2017)

smalllogoToday will be an odd sort of day with the air temperature at midnight being higher than that at noon.  Our air temperature at noon will be around 8c whilst overnight we can expect the air temperature to be around the 10c mark.  It is a proper upside down St Patrick’s day.

First thing this morning we will see plenty of high level cloud and there is a risk of light rain / drizzle  (55% risk) around 08:30 hours.  It will also be cool first thing this morning with the air temperature only around 4.5c at 08:00 hours.  With the wind chill this will feel more like 2c.  The early morning rain risk will quickly move away before we see a further risk of showers around the early to mid evening period.  The risk of rain this evening will be around 80%.

The points of similar air pressure are closely spaced today which means that we set for a slightly breezy day with an average wind speed of around 8-10mph.  The wind will be deriving generally from the WSW.  The wind will increase in speed slighlty as the day passes.

The weekend looks set for a generally dry but breezy time.  There is a risk of a few localised showers but nothing that will deter the hardy outdoor types.

Summary for today : A cloudy start with a risk of rain particularly early evening.

Observations made on 17/3/2017 at 06:27 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 3.7; Air pressure : 1018.2mb; Relative humidity  84%; Wind : 5 mph WSW; Rain this month : 22.4mm; Rain this year : 122.4mm

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