A damp start to Monday morning (WS7 weather report 27-11-2017)

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As we discussed in yesterday’s blog it is a damp start to the day with 3.8mm of rain falling in our area during the early hours.

The rain radar images are showing that there are further small rain clouds that will either pass over or near our area during the morning commute.  The risk of further rain this morning is around 60%.

This afternoon a larger more widespread rain cloud will reach our area and this system will bring a 75% risk of further rain.

Today will have plenty of dense cloud during the daylight hours but this cloud “blanket” will help lift our top temperature up to around 8c.  As the evening passes the cloud will begin to thin and during the early hours of tomorrow morning we should see some clear spells develop.  This lack of overnight cloud cover will allow the minimum air temperature to reduce to around 2c.

Today’s breeze will be generally from a SW-W arc.  The average wind speed will be around 8mph with gusts of around 25mph.

Summary: Damp underfoot to start with a small risk of further early commute time rain.  Further rain possible this afternoon.  Cool overnight.

Observations made on 27/11/2017 at 06:34 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 8.1c; Air pressure : 1011.5mb steady; Relative humidity 89%; Wind : 5 mph SW; Rain this month : 48.8mm; Rain this year : 522.4mm

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