A cold start to the day (WS7 weather report 30-10-2017)

smalllogoAfter a period of near double figure starts to the day then today’s air temperature (around 2 c at 06:00 hours) will be a stark reminder that Autumn is now well amongst us.  This morning’s minimum temperature was 1.9c at 04:50 hours.

We need not, however, fear of anything too bad just yet.   The air pressure will remain high (although it will reduce by a point of two as the day passes) but the wind direction will move from the NW first thing this morning towards the SW by lunchtime.

This will mean two things.  Firstly, the air temperature will increase (with both the sun and the wind direction wind playing their part) and secondly the high cloud will begin to provide a more general, if light, covering.

Our top temperature today will be around 9c and overnight we will see very little temperature variation.  (Minimum overnight temperature around 6-7c).

Today’s breeze will be light and from the cool NW this morning before switching to a SW derivation around lunchtime.  The average wind speed will be around 3mph.

Summary: A cool start.  Wind direction changes later bringing some warmer air and a little high cloud cover.  An often bright day.

Observations made on 30/10/2017 at 05:26 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 2.1c; Air pressure : 1030.9mb steady; Relative humidity 89%; Wind : Calm; Rain this month : 22.mm; Rain this year : 473.6mm



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