How much rain? (WS7 weather report 12-3-2018)

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It was a damp start to the day with the radar images showing plenty of rain clouds heading our way. It will, however, not be 100% rain today but the next shower will never be far away.  Some of the rain could be moderate to heavy. The risk of further rain today is 98%.

It will definitely not be a day for leaving out your washing. The early morning / overnight  rain storm had, by 06:00 hours, deposited 7.6mm of rain in our area.

It will, however, be a mild day with a top temperature of 8c and the overnight minimum temperature will be around 4c.

The cloud cover, will be generally dense and the this will not begin to thin until the early hours of Tuesday morning.  We should, at least, be making our commute to work tomorrow in some dry weather.

Today’s breeze will be deriving from a cool NNW-NE arc but the average wind speed will only be around 5 to 7mph.  At this higher wind speed the top air temperature of 8c will feel more like 6.3c.  This is still, however, a comfortable air temperature.

Summary: A day with plenty of rain showers some of which could be moderate to heavy.  Clearing overnight.

Observations made on 12/3/2018 at 05:58 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 6.4c; Air pressure : 986.2mb steady; Relative humidity 90%; Wind :calm; Rain this month : 27.6 mm; Rain this year : 113.6mm

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