A brighter day (WS7 weather report 28-9-2017)

smalllogoAfter the rain late yesterday and through parts of the night I am pleased to report that, at 06:30 hours, the air pressure was rising slowly and that the rain radar images were  showing that the rain cloud system had moved beyond our area towards the east.

Today will be a partly cloudy but mild day with a top temperature of around 18c and with an overnight minimum temperature of around 13c.  The risk of any further rain today is only 8% so you should be able to pop some washing out to dry.

The rain forecast models are showing that a further system of rain will work its way across the UK from west to east and we can expect to see some rain in our area around 09:00 hours tomorrow morning.

Today’s breeze will be deriving from the mild WSW-S and the average wind speed will be around 5mph.

Looking a little further ahead to late Saturday / Sunday  I can see, from the synoptic charts,  that another low pressure system will reach our area and that we can expect to see some heavy rain fall in our area (particularly during early Sunday morning).  The air pressure will reduce to around 1005mb.

Summary: A mild start and remaining dry.  Some bright spells too.

Observations made on 28/9/2017 at 06:32 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 13.6c; Air pressure : 1015.4mb rising slowly; Relative humidity 88%; Wind : 2mph S; Rain this month : 62.4mm; Rain this year : 444.4mm

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