Today, once again, starts of with a general cloud cover and you should not be surprised if, with the relative humidity at 89% first thing this morning, that there isn’t a little drizzle around too. The risk of any measurable rain this morning is around 35%.
There is, however, a glimmer of hope.
Later today the low air pressure front will begin to move northwards bringing some brighter weather to our area. This afternoon we will see fragmented cloud beds, sunshine and a top temperature of around 20-21c. Overnight will be a lot cooler than the recent 16c we have been “enjoying”with a low of around 12c.
Today’s wind will be starting off from the E-ESE. As the day passes the wind direction will move clockwise to end the day deriving from the W. The average wind speed will be around 6mph.
The initial outlook for the Bank Holiday holiday weekend is for some dry and mild weather.
Summary for today: A dull and possibly drizzly start but becoming brighter.
Observations made on 23/8/2017 at 06:32 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature :16.7c; Air pressure : 1019.4mb steady; Relative humidity 87%; Wind : calm; Rain this month : 41mm; Rain this year : 378.8mm
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