Winter warmer (WS7 weather report 9-1-2019)

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You will find it a bit chilly when you step outside today with the air temperature at 06:34 hours only 1.7c.  Thankfully, at the time of my observations, there was no real breeze to talk about to add any further wind chill.

This morning the barometer was showing a steady reading around 1030.7mb and a look at the synoptic charts suggest that the air pressure will remain relatively stable all day.  There will be some small movement but nothing that is going to create a significant change in the weather pattern.

It will be a day with some clear spells but our top temperature will only be around 4-5c.  Overnight will see a little more cloud develop and this will help our minimum temperature to remain positive at around 1-2c.

Today’s breeze will be deriving mainly from the NW.  The average wind speed today will be around 5mph which will reduce the “feel” of the measured air temperature to around 3c.

It is certainly be a day for those winter warmers.  Break out the gloves, hats and thick coats and a bowl of warm soup!

Summary : Another dry and bright winter’s day but feeling cool.

Observations made 06:34 hours on the 8 January 2018 in Hammerwich, Staffordshire.

Temperature : 1.7c; Air pressure : 1030.7mb steady; Relative humidity 86%; Wind : calm; Rain this month : 0mm; Rain this year : 0mm

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