Bernadette’s big birthday weather (WS7 weather report 14-6-2018)

smalllogoIt is still breezy first thing this morning as the surface air pressure (at 06:15 hours approximately) continues to reduce.  This low air pressure also brings a 32% risk of some light localised rain first thing this morning to our area.  Once we are beyond mid morning the risk of rain will reduce to around 10%.

It will still be a breezy all mornnig morning but, as the day passes, the wind speed will reduce and by mid to late evening we will be back to a gentle breeze.  This morning the wind will be blowing at around 10mph with gusts or around 20mph.  By late evening the average wind speed will be 4mph.  The wind will be deriving from a SW-WSW direction for much of the day.

Our top temperature today will be around 19c and this will be helped by some brighter spells breaking through the cloud bed.  Overnight the minimum air temperature will be around 12c.  Last night’s minimum temperature was 13.9c at 01:33 hours.

Finally, I would like to wish my dear friend, Bernadette, a very happy (big) birthday.  It would be impolite to tell a lady’s age but she was born around 525,967 hours ago!

Summary: A breezy start to the day.  Mild air temperature.  The wind speed will reduce later in the day.

Observations made on 14/6/2018 at 06:17 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 12.8c; Air pressure : 1004.4mb falling rapidly; Relative humidity 85%; Wind : 11 mph SW-WSW; Rain this month : 4.6mm; Rain this year : 277.6mm

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