A sticky night (WS7 weather report 9-7-2018)


It is a very warm start to the day today with the air temperature at 06:19 hours already close to 19c.  The lowest air temperature overnight was 18.4c at 05:29 hours.

Today will see a little more cloud than of late but this cloud will not prevent our top temperature climbing up to around 25-26c.  The overnight minimum temperature tonight will be a sticky 16c.

The precipitation models do show that there is a risk (only around 15%) of some precipitation in our area late afternoon / early evening.  I am sure we will all be dancing in the streets if any rain did fall!

The next few days (Tuesday to Thursday) will see a reduction in the top daytime air temperature.  The top temperature will be around 21-22c on these days rather than the high 20s we have been enjoying / enduring (delete as you feel appropriate) over the last couple of weeks.

Today’s breeze will be deriving from the NNW-NW and the average wind speed will be around 5mph.

Summary: A partly cloudy day but still warm.  A very low risk of some rain later this afternoon / early evening.

Observations made on 9/7/2018 at 06:19 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 18.7c; Air pressure : 1026.4mb steady; Relative humidity 78%; Wind : 1 mph NNW; Rain this month : 0mm; Rain this year : 279.2mm

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