Home and Garden Festival Weather (WS7 weather report 12-5-2018)

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Around 1mm of rain fell in our area late last night and during the small hours of this morning but, at 07:53 hours, the day is beginning to brighten up.  Brighter spells will continue breaking through the medium height cloud bed throughout many parts of the day.

Unlike last week we will not see (or feel) elevated air temperatures but we still see the thermometer reach around 14-15c which is about average (15c) for this time of year.  Overnight the minimum temperature will be around 8c.

The risk of any rain during today (after 08:00 hours) is low at around 7-8%.  If the levels of rain continue throughout the month as they have done already we will only receive around 70% of the expected rainfall for the month.  There is, however, plenty of days left in the month for the rain gauge to catch up!

Today’s wind will be deriving mainly from a WNW-WSW arc.  The average wind speed will be around 4mph.

If you are looking for something to do or somewhere to go then today sees the opening of the Lichfield Hone and Garden Festival.  This is a free event in around the streets and cathedral of Lichfield.  For more information click here.

Summary: A partly cloudy day but remaining dry.

Observations made on 12/5/2018 at 07:53 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 8.2c; Air pressure : 1012.6mb steady; Relative humidity 91%; Wind : 4mph SW; Rain this month : 8.8mm; Rain this year : 240.4mm

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