Dancing in the city weather. (WS7 weather report 14-10-2017)


Today, once again, starts off mild and at 08:30 hours (approximately) the air temperature was already above 16c.  Let us remember these mild Autun days which have helped extend our opportunities to get out and about on cold and rainy days in the bleak mid winter.

One such opportunity to get out and about is in the city today.

Today sees across the city, as part of the Folk Festival 2017, a number of dances taking part in the streets.  For exact times and location please click this link.

Now back to the weather.

There is going to be a general cloud covering during the daylight hours but this cloud will often be thin enough to allow some brighter spells to develop.  After dark the cloud will probably thin enough to allow our astronomer friends to make some observations.  Despite the presence of regular cloud the risk of any rain is only around 7%.

Our top temperature today will be around 18-19c and overnight the minimum temperature will be around 12-13c.

Today’s breeze will be deriving from the SW.  The average wind speed will be around 6mph.

As I have been asked then tomorrow I will speak more about Hurricane Ophelia, the current tracking and the impact it is likely to have in our area on Monday.

Summary: Another mild day with only a very low risk of rain.

Observations made on 14/10/2017 at 08:21 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 16.1c; Air pressure : 1020.5mb rising slowly; Relative humidity 89%; Wind : 6mph SW; Rain this month : 5.6mm; Rain this year : 457.2mm

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