Just as the weekend arrives (WS7 weather report 26-5-2017)


It is another bright start to the day and the top temperature will, once again, be in and around the mid 20s.  Yesterday’s top temperature in Hammerwich was 26.5c at 16:09 hours.

Today’s top temperature will be around 24-25c and overnight the minimum temperature will be in the region of 12-13c.  During today’s daylight hours we will see plenty of clear spells so, if you are working outside, please make sure to use some sun protection as the UV index will be very high (around 6-7).

The wind today will be light with an average speed of around 3-5 mph this morning but it will increase a little during the afternoon as the air pressure begins to change.  The wind will be predominantly from the ESE-SE.

The air pressure change (to about 1012mb), sadly, will see an end to to the wall to wall sunshine over the weekend.  Early tomorrow a low pressure front will push into our area from the W and this will bring more cloud and a high risk of some rain during the morning.

Overall the Bank Holiday will be mild, cloudier than the last few days and with a moderate risk of localised rain.

Summary for today: A sunny day with a top temperature of around 25c.

Observations made on 26/5/2017 at 06:31 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature :13.2c; Air pressure : 1019.3mb; Relative humidity 89%; Wind : calm; Rain this month : 51.8mm; Rain this year : 216.4mm

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