Good Friday Weather (WS7 weather report 30-3-2018)

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After some early rain in our area the majority of this morning will remain dry but generally overcast.

It will, however, be a mild day with a top temperature of around 9c and the overnight low will be around 4c.  This is pretty average for the time of year.

The risk of rain increases during the afternoon and by around 15:00 hours the risk level will be as high as 80%.  The rain cloud system willthen  linger around bring the risk of showers for the remainder of the day.

today’s breeze will be generally light (around 6mph) and deriving from the SE this morning before moving towards the NE later in the day.

Looking ahead I see that the Met Office have issued a yellow warning for snow in our area on Monday.  My review shows that we are currently 60% likely to see some snow in the early morning (sometime between 01:00 hours to 07:00 hours) but this precipitation will turn to sleet and then rain as the day passes.  The conditions forecast at 1.5Km, however, are currently right on the margins for snow so the position could change a lot between today than Monday.

Summary: A generally cloudy but mild day with some rain likely particularly this afternoon.

Observations made on 30/3/2018 at 06:33 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 3.5c; Air pressure : 996.8mb reducing slowly; Relative humidity 91%; Wind : calm; Rain this month : 68.6mm; Rain this year : 154.6mm

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