Best of the week (WS7 weather report 27-10-2017)

smalllogoToday looks set to be the best weather day of the week as the air pressure continues to rise rapidly towards 1035mb.

The risk of rain today is less than 5%.

The satellite images are showing that there will be plenty of breaks in the cloud bed today which will allow some periods of bright sunshine to develop.  The air temperature will only see a maximum of around 13c but this is typical for this time of year.  Overnight the cloud will increase a little and the overnight minimum temperature will be around  8c.

Today’s breeze will be extremely light with a maximum speed of only around 4mph.  The breeze will, however, be deriving from the NW and this wind direction will bring with it a cool and fresh “feel” to the air.

The weekend looks set for another generally dry time although there is a risk of some light rain during the early hours of Sunday morning.   Whilst remaining high the points of similar air pressure will tighten over the weekend which, in turn, will see an increase in the wind speed compared to today.

Summary: A dry day with some bright spells.

Observations made on 27/10/2017 at 06:26 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 8.3c; Air pressure : 1031.3mb rising rapidly; Relative humidity 91%; Wind : calm; Rain this month : 22.mm; Rain this year : 473.6mm

 

 

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