Phew, what a scorcher! (WS7 weather report 17-6-2017)

smalllogoAs we discussed in yesterday’s blog today will be what the tabloids often describe as “Phew, what a scorcher”.

This morning will see some light clouds around but these will eventually burn away to leave us with plenty of clear and warm spells.  Whatever outdoor activity you want to pursue today you can do so with less than a 5% risk of any rain.

Our top temperature today with be around 25c and at 08:00 hours this morning we were already at a temperature of 18.5c. This early morning air temperature was similar to the top temperature on some of the days this week.  Tonight will also be a warm night with the minimum temperature only reaching around 16c.

One downside of the day for those of you that suffer from pollen based allergies is that the pollen count will be high today. The UV index will also be high at around 7 or 8 (8 is about as high we reach in the UK) which means that some sun protection should be worn.

Today’s wind will be light with an average speed of around 5mph.  The wind will be deriving from a WSW-WNW arc.

Have a great day everyone!

Summary for today: An often bright and warm day.

Observations made on 17/6/2017 at 07:57 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature :18.5c; Air pressure : 1026.2mb; Relative humidity 82%; Wind : 3mph SW; Rain this month : 35.4mm; Rain this year : 261.2mm

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