“Tomorrow is a dry fine day for most of us, there is a risk of a shower”

Good old David Braine, we’ve had more showers first thing this morning (fig 1) than we saw all day yesterday!

Figure 1

Hopefully I can get the washing hung out by the end of the morning as the showers finally die out and the upper cloud from low Pearl rushes in this afternoon. I guessed at the central pressure of 1016 hPa, but I can see that the pressure has just started to fall at weather buoy ‘Pap’ so Pearl has engaged the jet stream (fig 2).

Figure 2

Author: xmetman

An ex-metman passionate about all things to do with weather, climate and clouds

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