More rain today? (WS7 weather report 28-3-2018)

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Following yesterday’s steady rain all of the indications are that today will also see further precipitation in our area.  The radar images, at 06:30 hours, are showing a large rain cloud system just brushing past us to the south but further cloud systems this morning bring the risk of rain before lunch to around 80%.

This afternoon we will see the cloud bed break up a little but there will still be a risk (30%) of some isolated showers.  The odd brighter spells will, however, help increase our top temperature up to around 8c.

As the evening passes the risk of rain will diminish and the sky will clear a little which will allow the temperature to reach a low of around 1c.

Today’s breeze will be deriving from a WSW/WNW arc and the average wind speed will be around 5mph.

The risk of any snow over Easter is rapidly diminishing and the worst we can expect, at this stage, is the odd bit of rain.  Currently, Saturday, Sunday and Monday all look like they will be reasonable days.

Summary: Rain likely in the morning clearing later to leave a cool night.

Observations made on 28/3/2018 at 06:29 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 5.2c; Air pressure : 1003mb reducing slowly; Relative humidity 90%; Wind : calm; Rain this month : 61.8mm; Rain this year : 147.8mm

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