Blowing away the cobwebs (WS7 weather report 25-4-2018)

smalllogoBright sunshine greeted me this morning as I made my early observations (approximately 06:30 hours) and a steady WSW was blowing away the cobwebs.

Yesterday we received 7mm of rainfall in our area but it is unlikely we will see such a large accumulation of rainfall today.

We will, however, see plenty of bright spells breaking through a partly fragmented cloud bed but, as the morning passes, the risk of some rain showers increase. From noon and during the afternoon / early evening the risk of some periods of rain is around 65%.  It will, however, not rain continuously throughout this time.  Looking at the radar images the density suggests most of the rainfall is likely to be light.

The wind will maintain its derivation from the WSW throughout most of the day and, at times, the breeze will be “lively”.  The average wind speed today will be around 7mph.

Summary: A bright start to the day with other bright spells as the day passes.  A risk of showers late morning and during parts of the afternoon.

Observations made on 25/4/2018 at 06:29 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 6.9; Air pressure : 1009.1mb rising slowly; Relative humidity 91%; Wind : 6mph WSW; Rain this month : 54.8mm; Rain this year : 222mm

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