Like giant storage heaters (WS7 weather report 26-6-2018)


My Davis Vantage Pro 2 weather station recorded a top temperature of 29.6c at around 18:00 hours yesterday!

Today will be another warm day but there will be  slight breeze this afternoon that will keep the thermometer a little lower than we enjoyed yesterday.  Our top temperature today is likely to be around 26c.  Overnight will also be warm (not helped by the fabric of the buildings releasing heat like giant storage heaters) at around 14c.

Today’s breeze will start off from the NW but will move clockwise as the day passes towards the ESE.  The average wind speed this morning will be around 3mph and this afternoon and evening around 5-6mph.

The outlook remains bright for the remainder of the week so please remember to keep hydrated.

Once again the pollen count will be very high again today.  The UV index will reach around the 8 mark (the UV scale is out of 11).  In the UK a UV index of 8 is extremely rare.  It is, therefore, important that sun protection is used if you are outdoors today.

Summary: Wall to wall sunshine with a slight breeze this afternoon.

Observations made on 26/6/2018 at 06:22 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 13.5c; Air pressure : 1026.6mb steady; Relative humidity 81%; Wind : calm; Rain this month : 6.2mm; Rain this year : 279.2mm

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