Cool start to the morning (WS7 weather report 28-9-2018)

smalllogo It is a cool start to the morning which could be a bit of a shock to some after yesterday’s balmy start of around 16c.  At this morning’s observations the thermometer (at 06:30 hours approximately) was only reading 7.8c.  Less than half the value of yesterday!

Today has seen some early light rain (around 0.2mm) but the risk of any further real measurable rain today is only around 6%.

There will be plenty of bright spells during the day and once the sun is fully ‘positioned’ we will have some pleasant warmth.  Our top temperature will be around 17c and overnight the minimum temperature will be around 9c.  17c is pretty much what we would expect for this time of year.

For those of you that watch the barometer you may see a rapid rise in pressure this morning but, but the end of the day, we will be back almost to the same point from which we started.   This movement may, however, help create a light breeze.

Today’s breeze will be deriving from the cooler N-NE and the average wind speed is likely to be around 6mph.

Summary for today : A cooler start to the day but often bright.

Observations made on 28/9/2018 at 06:28 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 7.8c; Air pressure : 1029.8mb rising rapidly; Relative humidity 86%; Wind : calm ; Rain this month : 36.8mm; Rain this year : 387.8mm

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