Best day of the week (WS7 weather report 15-1-2019)

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This morning’s early observation (approximately 06:30 hours) noted the air temperature at 6.3c.  this is very similar to the same day in 2017 and slightly cooler (by around 1c) than last year.

For reasons I will detail below today is going to be the best day of the week weather wise.

Today will be a generally dry day with a top temperature of around 9-10c.  Overnight the minimum temperature will be around 8c. The risk of rain today is no greater than 23%.

It is during the later hours of today that we will see the air pressure begin to reduce and by 18:00 hours the barometer will be reading 1012mb and by tomorrow morning the air pressure will be around 1005mb.  As the evening passes the wind speed will also increase as the points of pressure become more closely spaced.  This reduction in air pressure will bring rain to our area by tomorrow morning.

The remainder of the week will then become cool with overnight temperatures at or around freezing point.  The top temperature during the daylight hours in unlikely to be greater than 5c.

Today’s breeze will be deriving from the SW and the average wind speed will be around 6-7mph.

So, if you have anything you want to do outdoors today, then today is the day to do it!

Summary : A dry and mild day but becoming breezy overnight with some rain by tomorrow morning.

Observations made 06:35 hours on the 15 January 2018 in Hammerwich, Staffordshire.

Temperature : 6.3c; Air pressure : 1018.4mb reducing slowly; Relative humidity 90%; Wind : 2mph SW; Rain this month : 1.4mm; Rain this year : 1.4mm

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