Another wet morning ahead before a storm arrives tomorrow

Wednesday was the last of the warm days for a while that saw a peak of 10.6C, 2.5C above my 40-year average, in the morning before rain arrived in the afternoon. The past night was mild with the thermometer only dropping a degree to a low of 9.1C, which was a significant 7.4C above my 40-year average.

Thursday arrived wet with a weather front crossing our area, this is a cold front that will see lower peaks for the next day or two.

Waiting in the winds is the next approaching depression that will bring stormy conditions on Friday after a calm day on Thursday.The barometric pressure has already dropped 15mb since Wednesday, currently 1004.7mb, as the low pressure system closes in on the UK.