A little warmer (WS7 weather report 24-1-2019)

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After yesterday’s quite cool day (or so it felt to me) today will be a little milder.

At the time of my 06:30 observations (approximately) light rain was falling.  The radar images show that some further light rain showers will arrive from the NW (maybe with even a bit of sleet) and will fall during the commute to work / school this morning.  The rain will, however, clear to leave a generally mild and dry day.  The risk of some light rain this morning is 90%.

Our top temperature today will be around 6c which is similar to this same day in 2017.  In 2018 our top temperature on this corresponding day reached 12.4c although it was extremely breezy. Our overnight minimum temperature tonight will be 4c.

Today the wind will be deriving from a WNW-WSW arc and the average wind speed will be around 5mph.  On this day last year we were on the receiving end of wind gust speeds of 40mph.

Summary : A slightly wet start but the rain cloud will pass during the early morning to allow the day to become generally dry and mild.

Observations made 06:27 hours on the 24 January 2019 in Hammerwich, Staffordshire.

Temperature : 1.9c; Air pressure : 1008.8mb steady; Relative humidity 91%; Wind: 1 mph W; Rain this month : 10.6mm; Rain this year : 10.6mm

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