Some rain in the south (WS7 weather report 4-7-2018)

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There is likely to be some rain today – but not in our area! The synoptic charts are showing some lower air pressure and a risk of rain in and around the south west of England.

For our area it is going to be a slightly cooler day (it is all relative) but dry day. Our top temperature will be around 24-25c but overnight will remain very warm at around 15-16c.  Last night’s minimum air temperature was 11.6c at 04:30 hours.

Today’s breeze will be deriving from the E-NE this morning before slipping clockwise to end the day deriving from the ESE-SE.  This later wind direction will help introduce a little more cloud later in the day.

Looking ahead there does not appear to be any significant change in the synoptic forecasts to suggest any real change in the weather until the 15-16th of the month.  At the moment these later days are looking likely to see some rain but the chance of that forecast being fully accurate, this far out, is only around 30-40%.

Summary: Another warm day but with a little more cloud later in the day.  Very mild overnight.

Observations made on 4/7/2018 at 06:31 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 12c; Air pressure : 1016.8mb steady; Relative humidity 88%; Wind : 3 mph NE; Rain this month : 0mm; Rain this year : 279.2mm

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