Rain in the west (WS7 weather report 12-11-2018)

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It has been a slightly cooler start to the day than the one I anticipated during yesterday morning’s forecast.  At 06:45 hours the air temperature today was a cool 5c.  The overnight minimum temperature ‘dipped’ to 4.3c at 04:12 hours.

The day will, however, soon warm up and we can expect to see plenty of bright spells during the daylight hours.  Our top temperature will be around 12c.  The average top temperature for this time of year is around 10c.  Overnight the minimum air temperature, due to a bit of increased cloud cover, will be around 7c.

There is a risk of some showers during the day but the risk is not greater than 45%.  The radar images are showing plenty of small rain cloud clusters to the west of our region this morning (around Shropshire and Mid Wales) but one or two of the may just reach our area during the daylight hours.

Today’s breeze will be bringing warm air from the SSE-SW.   The average wind speed will be around 7mph.  Gust speeds could reach around 20mph.

Summary for today : A mild day with some bright spells and a 45% risk of some short lived rain showers during daylight hours.

Observations made on 12/11/2018 at 06:32 hours Hammerwich, Staffordshire.
Temperature : 4.8c; Air pressure : 1004.7 mb rising slowly; Relative humidity 91%; Wind  calm ; Rain this month : 14.4mm; Rain this year : 440.8mm

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