Could we see some rain? (WS7 weather report 13-7-2018)

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It is another overcast but very mild start to a new day.  At 06:20 hours the air temperature was 14.2c.  We have to go back to 2013 to see a warmer start to this day in July.

Today’s top temperature will be around 24c which will be helped by some brighter spells that will develop as the morning passes.  Overnight the minimum temperature will be around the 14-15c mark.

There is a risk of some rain today and the largest risks (around 47%) are during the mid to late afternoon and early evening periods.  This morning the radar images are showing some rain to towards the northern part of Staffordshire.  The risk of rain in our area from this system this morning is around 20%.

As it has been very warm any rain may be accompanied by the some thunder.  The rain may also be heavy in some areas but, at this moment in time, it is difficult to predict where the storms will strike.

Today’s breeze will be deriving from the E-ENE first thing this morning before moving gradually clockwise throughout the day ending up deriving from the W.

Summary: A very overcast start to the day.  brightening during the morning with a 47% risk of some rain mid afternoon / early evening.

Observations made on 13/7/2018 at 06:23 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 14.2c; Air pressure : 1022.2mb steady; Relative humidity 87%; Wind :1 mph NE; Rain this month : 0mm; Rain this year : 279.2mm

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