Last day of September’s weather (WS7 weather report 30-9-2018)

smalllogo September seems to have galloped by this year.  It may be that it is because life has been extremely hectic for a number of reasons but it only seems like yesterday that I was talking about the Bank Holiday.

Yesterday’s air temperature rose to 16.1c at around 16:00 hours but today will not be so bright and sunny.  There will be a regular covering of cloud today with just the few brighter spells.  Our top temperature will be around 13c which is consistent with both the time of year and the last two years.

Overnight the cloud cover will dissipate and this will allow the air temperature to reduce to around 6c.

The surface air pressure will remain high throughout the day and the radar images are only showing a small ‘smattering’ of rain cloud around.  The risk of any rain in our area today is only 11% and any rain that did fall would be light and short-lived.

Today’s breeze will start off from the SW but as the day passes we will see a gentle movement towards the WNW-NW.  The average wind speed today will be around 5-6mph.

Summary for today : A cloudier and cooler day than yesterday but still mild and dry.

Observations made on 30/9/2018 at 08:11 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 9c; Air pressure : 1019.6mb steady; Relative humidity 89%; Wind : 3mph SW ; Rain this month : 36.8mm; Rain this year : 387.8mm

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