Wrap up warm it is very chilly! (WS7 weather report 29-11-2017)

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We are set for another cool day and we may even see the odd outbreak of sleet/snow this morning as we make our way to work or school.

The wintry shower risk is coming from several small clusters of cloud that contain rain and sleet and that are heading our way from the NE. The majority of the risk will, however, be away from our area.

There is, however, still around a 35% risk of some precipitation during the period between 08:00 and 09:00 hours.  The remainder of the day will see some partly clear and bright spells.  These bright spells will be facilitated by the rising air pressure which will climb to around 1016mb.

One thing that is for certain is that it is going to be a cool day.  Our top temperature will only be around 5c and with a steady NW breeze this will feel more like 2c.  This morning, with the air temperature around 2c, it will feel like 0c.

Today’s breeze will be deriving from the cold N-NW and the average wind speed will be around 7mph.

The overall message for the day is to warp up warm as it is going to be cool.  Tomorrow looks as if it will follow a similar pattern before the area warms up a little at the weekend.

Summary: A cold day.  A slight risk of precipitation first thing this morning before clear and dry spells take over.

Observations made on 29/11/2017 at 06:31 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 1.8c; Air pressure : 1011.1mb rising slowly; Relative humidity 86%; Wind : 6mph NW; Rain this month : 48.8mm; Rain this year : 522.4mm

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