All quiet on the roads (WS7 weather report 24-10-2017)

smalllogoYesterday’s commute to work was very easily made due to the fact that far less traffic was on the roads due to the school holidays.

This morning we will be joined on the journey by the risk of some light rain that will be passing through our area from the west.  The radar images show that the further north into Staffordshire you travel the more developed the rain clouds become.  The risk of some rain for us today is around 85%.

It will, however, be a generally mild day despite a general cloud presence. Our top daytime temperature will be around 16c and overnight the minimum will be around 13c.

Today’s breeze will be deriving from a S-WSW arc and the average wind speed will be around 5-6mph.  This afternoon may see gust speeds reach around 15-18mph.

Over the next few day we are likely to see some bright spells (and the odd shower) which generally augurs well if you are planning some half term trips out.

Summary: A high risk of some rain during the day but, in particular, first thing this morning.  Generally cloudy with the odd bright spell.

Observations made on 24/10/2017 at 06:33 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 13.8c; Air pressure : 1013.7mb reducing slowly; Relative humidity 90%; Wind : 4mph WSW; Rain this month : 20.8mm; Rain this year : 472.4mm

 

 

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