A clear sky to start (WS7 weather report 26-9-2018)

smalllogo There was a bright and clear full moon shining down when I made my observations at 06:30 hours this morning.  Despite the clear sky the air temperature was a mild 10c.  This was very similar to the corresponding day and time in 2016 but 3c cooler than the same day and time last year.

It will be a generally bright day with just a 14% risk of some light rain drizzle during the early morning commute.

Our top temperature today will be around 18-19c and overnight will also remain mild at around 12c.  A far cry from yesterday’s early morning temperature of around 3c.

The breeze will be lively this morning with an average speed of around 8mph.  As the day passes the points of similar air pressure will widen and the average wind speed will reduce by a couple of miles per hours this afternoon / evening.  Throughout much of the day the wind will be deriving from the mild SW-WSW.

Summary for today : A bright start and, in general, a bright day.  A small risk (14%) of some light rain / drizzle early during the morning commute.

Observations made on 26/9/2018 at 06:30 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 10.1c; Air pressure : 1030.7mb steady; Relative humidity 88%; Wind : 8mph SW ; Rain this month : 36.6mm; Rain this year : 387.6mm

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