A very mild start (WS7 weather report 29-1-2018)

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It is a very mild start to the day with the air temperature at 06:31 hours near 10c (9.8c). The other noticeable feature during my early observations was the stiff SSW-WSW breeze.   At 00:34 hours the wind speed reached 30mph.

The rain radar images are showing a well developed rain cloud moving towards our area  this morning.  The current tracking model suggests it will reach us around 09:45 hours.  The risk of rain from this system during the morning is around 85%.

The rain will clear during the early afternoon and we will then see some bright spells develop.  Our top temperature today will be around 11c.  Overnight will be a lot cooler than last night with a low of around 3c.

Today’s breeze will start off from the SSW-WSW and will be brisk with gusts speeds in double figures.  The average wind speed this morning will be around 15mph.  As the afternoon develops towards early evening the points of similar air pressure will widen and, therefore, the wind speed will reduce.  The average wind speed this evening will be around 7mph.

Summary: A mild and breezy start to the day with rain developing during the morning. Dry and bright spells this afternoon.  Becoming cool overnight.

Observations made on 28/1/2018 at 06:31 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 9.8c; Air pressure : 1021 mb falling slowly; Relative humidity 85%; Wind : 18 mph SSW; Rain this month : 52.8mm; Rain this year : 52.8mm

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