Watering the plants. (WS7 weather report 27-3-2018)


At the time of my observations steady rain was falling in our area.  The radar images, however, do show that the largest bulk of the rain cloud will be beyond our area by 07:30 hours.  We are still, however, likely to receive the odd localised rain shower up until lunchtime.  (Risk of rain before 07:30 90% after 07:30 hours 60%).  At least this rain will help water the pansies we planted on Sunday!

This afternoon will see a generally dry spells before more rain clouds move back into our area overnight.

Today’s top temperature will be around 10–1c and overnight the minimum temperature will be around 3c.

The air pressure will settle around 1004mb and when it does the wind will become more stable.  First thing this morning the wind will deriving from the SSE and the average speed will be around 8mph.  Later this afternoon the derivation will move to the W/WNW.  The average wind speed will then be around 10mph during the afternoon and 6mph after dark.

Summary: Early rain will clear to leave a mild and generally dry afternoon.

Observations made on 27/3/2018 at 06:25 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 5.8c; Air pressure : 1004.2mb reducing rapidly; Relative humidity 91%; Wind : 3mph SSE; Rain this month : 60.2 mm; Rain this year : 146.2mm

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