The back end of Storm Brian (WS7 weather report 22-10-2017)

smalllogoThe centre of Storm Brian is now moving out towards the NE of the UK and, as  a consequence, we will see a rapid rise in the air pressure in our region.

By late afternoon the barometer will be reading around 1016mb.  It will, however, still be  breezy day although the gust speeds will reduce a little as the day passes.

The SW-WSW breeze will be delivering an average wind speed of around 10mph and gusts will be around 30mph.

There will, however, also be a few bright spells mixed in as the clouds fragment a little.  It will also be a generally dry day.  There is still a 35% risk of us catching the trailing edge of rain cloud system that is to the north of us first thing this morning but after 10:00 hours the risk of rain reduces to around 15%.

Our top temperature will only be around 10-11c and with the steady breeze this will feel more like 8c.  Overnight the minimum temperature will show little variation.

In the early hours of tomorrow the rain forecast models are showing that there is a rain cloud system that will pass through our area.  We can, therefore, expect to see some rain tomorrow morning.

Summary: Another breezy day but generally dry.

Observations made on 22/10/2017 at 08:40 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 9.2c; Air pressure : 1008.4mb rising rapidly; Relative humidity 80%; Wind : 8mph WSW; Rain this month : 20.8mm; Rain this year : 472.4mm



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