Take your coat and brolly (WS7 weather report 27-9-2017)

smalllogoIt was very mild overnight with a minimum air temperature of 12.7c at 03:09 hours.  By the time of my observations, at 06:30 hours (approx,) the air had warmed up a little further to around 13.5c.

If you are walking to school, work or simply for leisure then you may find that you will soon be un-fastening your coat but, if you are not going to be home until late afternoon / early evening, please don’t make the mistake of going out without a coat and even possibly your umbrella.

whilst it is going to be a mild but cloud day there is some heavy rain heading our way from the west.  The current radar tracking forecasts suggests that the rain will be heavy (possibly up to 8-9mm of deposit) and will arrive in our area late afternoon / early evening.  The risk of rain sometime between 18:00 and midnight is 85%+.  The rain cloud system will also remain with us into the early hours of tomorrow.

The air temperature throughout the day will be mild with a top temperature of around 18c and an overnight low of around 13c.

Today’s breeze will be from the ESE with the average wind speed around 5mph.

Summary: A mild but cloudy start.  The risk of heavy rain later.

Observations made on 27/9/2017 at 06:29 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 13.5c; Air pressure : 1019.9mb steady; Relative humidity 89%; Wind : 2mph ESE; Rain this month : 55.2mm; Rain this year : 437.2mm

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