A stay in night? (WS7 weather report 9-11-2018)

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At the time of my morning observations all was calm with the weather and the air temperature was a mild 8.3c.  This relatively mild and calm session will continue for most of the daylight hours, however, there is a ‘sting’ towards the end of the day.

Late afternoon / early evening the wind speed will increase and between tea time today and midnight we are likely to see some very gusty weather.  Some of the wind gusts could reach 35+mph.

A widespread band of rain cloud will also move across th UK and will reach our area by late afternoon / early evening.  Initially this clod system will bring light rain but, by the end of the evening, this rain will become heavy.  We can expect rain rates of up to 6 to 8mm per hour.  The risk of rain today is 90%.

Our top temperature today will be 11c and overnight the minimum will be a mild 7c.

Today’s wind will be mostly deriving from the S-SE.  The average speed this morning will be around 5mph .  Overall the average wind speed will be around 11mph.

Summary for today : A mild morning but with an increasing risk of rain as the day passes.  Becoming breezy too.

Observations made on 9/11/2018 at 06:28 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 8.3c; Air pressure :1006.3 mb falling slowly; Relative humidity 91%; Wind  calm; Rain this month : 7.8 mm; Rain this year : 434.2mm

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