West – East Divide With Us In The Middle (WS7 weather report 26-7-2018)

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Today started off mild with the air temperature at 06:24 hours already at 15.9c.  This is short of the 18.2c we encountered at the same time on Monday but it is still warm enough!

It is going to be a partly cloudy day caused, mainly, by a low pressure system pushing in from the W.  This will bring cooler air temperatures of around 23c on the Welsh coast but in Norfolk today we will still see the barometer hit around 32c.  We are in the middle of the system so will see a top temperature of around 28-29c.  Still very warm!

Overnight, tonight the minimum air temperature will be a warm 18c.

The low pressure system will bring some rain (and possibly thunder due to the clash of the warm and cooler air) to parts but the risk in our area would be restricted mainly to later in the day.  The risk of rain (in our area) is still only around 25%.

Today’s breeze will be deriving mainly from a SE-WSW arc and the average wind speed will be around 5mph.

Summary : A partially cloudy day eventually becoming very warm.  (Top temperature of around 28-29c).  A 25% risk of a thundery shower later in the day.

Observations made on 26/7/2018 at 06:24 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 15.9c; Air pressure : 1014.2mb steady; Relative humidity 81%; Wind : calm; Rain this month : 8.4mm; Rain this year : 287.6mm

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