And then the rain (WS7 weather report 15-10-2018)

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After a couple of days of very wind weather yesterday saw plenty of rain falling in our area (over 15mm).

Today, some light rain falling at the time of my observations (approximately 06:30 hours) and the radar images are showing plenty of further cloud passing through or near our area today.  We can expect to ‘catch’ further rain during the morning commute and further light showers are possible as far into the day as early afternoon.

It will be a cooler day with a top temperature of only around 11-12c.  Overnight, due to plenty of cloud cover, will remain at a similar temperature (11c).

Today’s breeze will be light throughout the day. The wind will be deriving from the N-NW for the majority of the time.  The average wind speed will be around 7mph.

After today we head into a period of relatively dry weather. The GFS ensemble is suggesting that we are set for a couple of weeks of generally dry weather with the 22nd being a little warmer than average.  A lot, however, can change weather wise in two weeks!

Summary for today : Some light rain highly likely this morning.  A little cooler than of late.

Observations made on 15/10/2018 at 06:26 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 9.2c; Air pressure : 1011.6mb steady; Relative humidity 91%; Wind : calm; Rain this month : 29.4 mm; Rain this year : 417.4mm

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