High mean temperature so far this month (WS7 weather report 15-7-2018)

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It is another bright start to the day.  Yesterday’s top temperature was 26.4c and today will not be too different.  Last night remained very mild with the minimum air temperature only 13.5c.

Today will remain bright and warm with a top temperature of around 25-26c and an overnight low of around 15c.  The risk of any rain today is only around 5%.

Tomorrow, however, will see the area begin to cool down a degree or two as the jet stream splits either side of the UK.  The charts and models are also suggesting that we will see some rain late Monday afternoon / early evening.  The coolest day is likely to be Tuesday (around a 21c top temperature).  Over the week the top air temperature will be between 21-23c.  Still not too unpleasant.

Today’s breeze will be deriving from the WSW and the average speed will be a gentle 4-5mph.

So far this month the mean air temperature is a very high 20c.  This is nearly 3.5c more than the mean air temperature I recorded last month.  The expected average air temperature in July is around 16c (based upon national statistics).

Summary: Another warm and bright day.

Observations made on 15/7/2018 at 07:19 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 15.9c; Air pressure : 1016.4mb steady; Relative humidity 89%; Wind :calm; Rain this month : 7.8mm; Rain this year : 287mm

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