Very overcast. Any risk of snow? (WS7 weather report 19-1-2019)


It was an extremely overcast start to the day with the cloud covering preventing any brightness to develop.  Even at nearly 09:00 hours it was necessary to switch on the light to type this blog.  A look at the satellite images shows that thick cloud will remain with us throughout the daylight hours.

We will not see temperatures dip down below freezing point today but it will still be chilly.  Our top temperature will be around 4.5c and overnight the minimum temperature will be around 3c.   last night’s minimum overnight temperature was 2.2c at 00:36 hours.

There is a high risk of some further rain today (90%) around late morning / early lunchtime (11:30 to noon).  Light rain will push int our area from the Worcestershire area and, due to the low wind speed, it may take an hour or so to clear.  There is no risk of any accumulating snow in our area today or for the next few days.

Today’s breeze will be deriving from the cool ESE and the average wind speed will be around 6-7mph.  With the wind chill our top temperature will feel more like 2c.

Summary : A very overcast day with a risk of some rain around lunchtime.

Observations made 08:32 hours on the 19 January 2019 in Hammerwich, Staffordshire.

Temperature : 3.3cc; Air pressure : 1007.8mb steady; Relative humidity 91%; Wind : 1 mph ENE; Rain this month : 5.4mm; Rain this year : 5.4mm

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