It is a misty and slightly cooler start to the day today and, as a consequence, the relative humidity is at its highest level (due to the mist) for nearly a week.
Sun lovers, however, need not fear because the mist will eventually burn away and we will then see plenty of sunny spells today. These sunny spells will help lift the top temperature up to around 25-26c. Overnight the minimum air temperature will be around 12c (similar to last night).
Looking back at my records I can see that in June 2016 110mm of rain fell in our area. So far this month we have only received 6.2mm (5.6%) and it is unlikely any rain will fall in our area before the end of the month.
There will be slight ENE breeze this morning. The average wind speed will be around 5mph.
Today’s pollen count is going to be very high.
Summary: A misty start which will burn way to leave another bright day.
Observations made on 27/6/2018 at 06:24 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 11.7c; Air pressure : 1027.1mb steady; Relative humidity 87%; Wind : 2mph ENE; Rain this month : 6.2mm; Rain this year : 279.2mm
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