Last of the mild days? (WS7 weather report 16-1-2019)


As I indicated in yesterday’s blog today has started off with some light rain.  The radar images suggest that there are a number of small rain carrying clouds that will pass through our area during the early commute and these will bring a 30% of further rain first thing this morning.

A more significant band of rain will, however, begin to travel through out area during late morning (and into early afternoon).  This more significant system is 80% likely of bringing some rain to our area.

First thing this morning the air pressure will be reducing rapidly and this will help develop a significant breeze.  As the day passes into early evening (and the air pressure settles) the breeze speed will reduce.  This morning we can expect the SW breeze to average a wind speed of around 10mph.

Today will also see the last of the “mild days” for a while as a high air pressure block forms in our area.  This will see some clear spells and a cool NW breeze develop over the next few days.  Our top temperature today will be around 8c and overnight the minimum temperature will be around 2c.  Over the next few days our top temperature will be round 4c with the overnight low falling to around or even just below freezing point.

Summary : Some rain during the day.  Wind speed reducing later in the day.

Observations made 06:26 hours on the 16 January 2018 in Hammerwich, Staffordshire.

Temperature : 8.1c; Air pressure : 1003.4mb reducing rapidly; Relative humidity 90%; Wind : 10 mph SW; Rain this month : 1.6mm; Rain this year : 1.6mm

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