A milder start (WS7 weather report 28-4-2017)

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It is a lot milder start to the day with the air temperature at o6:20 hour already around 6.7c.  Overnight the minimum temperature was a mild 6.6c.  What we do have, however, is a drizzly start to the day.

It will remain cloudy (with medium height cloud) for much of the day.  There is a continued risk of some light drizzle from time to time (around 40% first thing this morning and reducing to around 20% for the remainder of the day) but generally it will be a dry day.

Our top temperature will be around 10c and with only a light breeze there will only be around a 1c wind chill factor (i.e. the feel of the air will be around 9c rather than 10c).

The wind will start off from the N but as the day passes it will move anticlockwise towards the WSW.  The later wind direction will probably help increase the density of the cloud cover.  The average wind speed today will be around 3mph.

The Bank holiday weekend looks set to be cloudy with a risk of some rain mid afternoon / early evening on Sunday. Overall it will be generally dry time.

Summary for today : Mostly cloudy with the reducing risk of some drizzle.

Observations made on 28/4/2017 at 06:08 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 6.7c; Air pressure : 1017.1mb; Relative humidity  89%; Wind : Calm; Rain this month : 17mm; Rain this year : 164.2mm

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