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Ashbourne Light rain 53.0163 -1.7307
Burton Upon Trent Cloudy 52.8075 -1.6456
Newport (Telford & Wrekin) Overcast 52.7682 -2.3742
Cannock Cloudy 52.6868 -2.025
Lichfield Cloudy 52.6813 -1.8302
Tamworth Cloudy 52.6333 -1.6896
Earl Shilton Cloudy 52.5744 -1.3216
Church Stretton Mist 52.5404 -2.8021
Dudley Light shower night 52.5119 -2.0797
Bishop's Castle Light rain 52.4947 -2.9948
Solihull Heavy rain 52.4115 -1.7762
Stourport-on-Severn Light rain 52.3414 -2.2762
Droitwich Spa Light rain 52.2683 -2.1493
Daventry Fog 52.2571 -1.1634
Pershore Light rain 52.1096 -2.0734
Evesham Light rain 52.0918 -1.9453
Ledbury Light rain 52.0335 -2.4222
Tewkesbury Cloudy 51.9919 -2.1566
Cheltenham Light rain 51.8972 -2.0742
Coleford Light rain 51.795 -2.6118

Latest forecasts

Ashbourne Light rain 11 °C
Burton Upon Trent Cloudy 12 °C
Newport (Telford & Wrekin) Overcast 12 °C
Cannock Cloudy 12 °C
Lichfield Cloudy 12 °C
Tamworth Cloudy 12 °C
Earl Shilton Cloudy 11 °C
Church Stretton Mist 11 °C
Dudley Light shower night 11 °C
Bishop's Castle Light rain 12 °C
Solihull Heavy rain 12 °C

Forecast summary

  • Regional
  • UK 5 days
  • UK 6-30 days

Regional forecast for West Midlands

Mild, cloudy and damp.

Today:

Outbreaks of rain will move across all parts through the morning. It will stay cloudy into the afternoon with some light, patchy rain or drizzle possible. It will be another mild day, despite the cloud and rain. Maximum Temperature 13 °C.

Tonight:

A mild and cloudy night will follow with low cloud, hill fog and further outbreaks of rain and drizzle, possibly becoming persistent for a time through the early hours. Minimum Temperature 9 °C.

Friday:

A rather cloudy day with further hill fog and patchy drizzle possible. There'll also be some brighter spells, mainly through the morning. It'll be mild again and become windy later. Maximum Temperature 13 °C.

Outlook for Saturday to Monday:

Rain slowly clearing south on Saturday. Sunday will then be dry, breezy with sunny spells and a little colder. Monday will be mainly dry with light winds.

Updated at: 0028 on Thu 8 Dec 2016

UK forecast for the next 5 days

Mild, cloudy and wet in the south. Drier, brighter elsewhere.

Today:

Locally heavy rain will move eastwards across northern England and Wales, leaving very mild and cloudy conditions with occasional light rain or drizzle for Wales, central and southern England. Drier with bright spells elsewhere, where it'll be less mild.

Tonight:

Cloudy with hill fog and some patchy drizzle in the south. Increasingly cloudy in the north, with rain in the north-west later. Mild in the south, colder in the north.

Friday:

Rain in the north-west moves slowly south-eastwards to lie across many northern, western and some central parts later. Very mild and windy for many with gales in the north-west.

Outlook for Saturday to Monday:

Bright for many on Saturday and Sunday, but rain persisting in the south on Saturday. Windy with showers in the north. Further rain possible in the north-west Monday, drier elsewhere.

Updated at: 0012 on Thu 8 Dec 2016

Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

UK Outlook for Monday 12 Dec 2016 to Wednesday 21 Dec 2016:

It will turn wetter in the northwest on Monday with a risk of local gales. It'll be generally dry and bright for most, but patchy overnight frost and fog are likely in the southeast. Through the week, further periods of wet and windy weather are expected to move across the UK. The most unsettled conditions are likely across the north and west with drier and brighter weather for southern and eastern areas. By mid December there will probably be some longer, drier spells between the wet weather, perhaps heralding a change to something generally more settled. It will also be fairly mild initially but temperatures are likely to return closer to normal, although passing weather systems may raise them at times.

Updated at: 1137 on Wed 7 Dec 2016

UK Outlook for Thursday 22 Dec 2016 to Thursday 5 Jan 2017:

Whilst there is a good deal of uncertainty for this period, it is most likely that more settled conditions may dominate associated with high pressure affecting the UK. If the pressure does build, then we can expect drier than average conditions for most areas with lighter winds. Temperatures are also then likely to be below average with an increased risk of frost and fog, especially where skies remain clear overnight. There will probably also be some milder, unsettled interludes though, and as we head into the New Year this may become more of a feature in our weather.

Updated at: 1137 on Wed 7 Dec 2016

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