High pressure returns

The wind front the north west on Tuesday was brisk, gusting to 29mph. This cooler wind meant temperatures by day were down again with a maximum of 8.2C, just above average but the wind chill meant it felt more like 6C.

It was a dry day, the first this month, and the UV level rose again to 1.0 being not surprisingly in the ‘low’ category.

The barometric pressure has been rising for the past twenty-four hours and is now at its highest since 22nd January with a current reading at 08.00 Wednesday of 1037.2mb. This should give us a drier, brighter and calmer day.

Wednesday brought a mainly cloudy sky after dawn, just a little brightness on the horizon as the sun got up.