Another familiar picture (WS7 weather report 9-10-2018)

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It is another mild start to the day with th air temperature, at 06:30 hours, hovering around the 12c mark.  This, however, is a familiar picture as the air temperature on the corresponding day last year was also around the 12c level.

During the day the air pressure will reduce to about 1012mb by the end of play tonight.  It will be often cloudy during the daylight hours with some occasional bright spells along the way.

The top temperature today will be around 18c and the overnight minimum will be around 10c. The risk of any rain today is only around 8c.

During the late evening / early hours the wind direction will move anticlockwise towards the SE/ESE.  This  movement will coincide with a reduction in the cloud cover. Tomorrow is likely to be a much brighter and warmer day with the air temperature topping out around 20c.

Today’s breeze will be deriving mostly from a SW direction.  The average wind speed will be around 9 mph although gust speeds could reach twice that value.

Summary for today : A slightly breezy day with some cloud cover and occasional brighter spells.

Observations made on 9/10/2018 at 06:28 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 12c; Air pressure : 1015.2mb falling slowly; Relative humidity 84%; Wind : 8 mph SW; Rain this month : 12.6 mm; Rain this year : mm

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