A mild start to the day (WS7 weather report 21-9-2017)

smalllogoAfter a few recent cooler days today will follow yesterday’s trend and will be generally mild.  This is all due to warmer air from the SW entering our area.

There is, however, a slight downside to this warm air as we will see more cloud cover develop as the day passes and there is a 60% risk of some rain.  If you are in the Willenhall / Wolverhampton area this risk will increase a few percentage points to around 68%.

The further west you travel towards Shropshire this morning the more likely you are to come across some rain.  Our greatest risk is late mid morning until just after lunch.  It will not rain throughout this period- this is just the time we are at greatest risk.  Any rain is likely to be light or maybe even just drizzle.

Our top temperature today will be around 16c and overnight the low will be around 13-14c.

Today’s breeze will be from the SW and the average wind speed will be around 7-8mph with gusts speeds of around 20mph.

Summary: Cloud cover increasing as the day passes.  Mild and, at times, breezy.  A 60% risk of some rain.

Observations made on 21/9/2017 at 07:18 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 14.4c; Air pressure : 1011.1mb steady; Relative humidity 89%; Wind : 5mph SSW; Rain this month : 42.8mm; Rain this year : 424.8mm

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