Half term weather (WS7 weather report 23-10-2017)

smalllogoThe majority of schools are now enjoying the half term break and the good news is that the windy weather has now moved away from our area for the time being.

This morning will some early light rain as commuters make their way to work and there is a further risk of some rain around lunchtime (around 75% risk).

It will, however, be a mild but often cloudy day.  With the points of similar points of air pressure now a little further apart than more recent days it will be a lot less breezy too.  Our top temperature will be around 17c and overnight the minimum temperature will be around a very mild 14c.

The wind, which will be bringing with it mild air, will do very little to add any wind chill effect (maybe reduce the “feel” by around 1c).

Today’s breeze will be deriving mainly from a S-SW arc and the average wind speed will be around 5mph.  Gust speeds could be around 12-15mph.

The remainder of the school holiday looks as if it will be generally mild and dry.

Summary: Some early light rain with a further risk around lunchtime. The remainder mild but often cloudy.

Observations made on 23/10/2017 at 06:34 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 11c; Air pressure : 1015.4mb steady; Relative humidity 90%; Wind : 2mph SSW; Rain this month : 20.8mm; Rain this year : 472.4mm

 

 

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