Cloudy start to a warm day (WS7 weather report 19-7-2018)

smalllogoAt the time of my observations (06:25 hours) our area was covered in a layer of medium height cloud.  The satellite images suggest that some cloud, of varying density, will remain with us for much of the day.  This cloud will, however, not prevent some brighter spells to develop from time to time.

Our top temperature today will be around 24-25c and overnight the minimum temperature will be around 15c. Despite the cloud cover the risk of any rain today will only be around 10-12%.  Tomorrow evening, however, does see the risk of rain increase significantly.

(As a matter of interest tthe 19th was the warmest day during July 2016 when the thermometer reading reached 31.4c at 15:12 hours).

The surface air pressure will remain relatively stable today and, as a consequence, any breeze will remain light.  We can expect the generally NW breeze to blow at a speed of around 4-6mph.

Looking forward to the weekend we can expect the beginning of the school holidays to be dry and bright.

Summary : A cloudy start.  Some bright spells during the day.  Remaining very mild.

Observations made on 19/7/2018 at 06:25 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 14.6c; Air pressure : 1018.6mb steady; Relative humidity 86%; Wind :calm; Rain this month : 8.2mm; Rain this year : 287.4mm

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