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Mon 1100
Cheadle (Staffordshire) Drizzle 52.9846 -1.985
Market Drayton Overcast 52.9033 -2.4821
Eccleshall Overcast 52.8584 -2.2516
Burton Upon Trent Overcast 52.8075 -1.6456
Stafford Overcast 52.8064 -2.1192
Rugeley Light rain 52.7612 -1.9345
Tamworth Overcast 52.6333 -1.6896
Walsall Overcast 52.5859 -1.9815
Atherstone Overcast 52.5763 -1.5423
Earl Shilton Overcast 52.5744 -1.3216
Church Stretton Overcast 52.5404 -2.8021
Dudley Overcast 52.5119 -2.0797
Bishop's Castle Overcast 52.4947 -2.9948
Bromsgrove Heavy rain 52.3352 -2.0605
Pershore Heavy rain 52.1096 -2.0734
Evesham Drizzle 52.0918 -1.9453
Ross-on-Wye Light rain 51.9141 -2.5811
Cheltenham Cloudy 51.8972 -2.0742
Monmouth Light rain 51.8157 -2.7132
Coleford Light rain 51.795 -2.6118

Latest forecasts

Cheadle (Staffordshire) Drizzle 13 °C
Market Drayton Overcast 14 °C
Eccleshall Overcast 14 °C
Burton Upon Trent Overcast 14 °C
Stafford Overcast 15 °C
Rugeley Light rain 15 °C
Tamworth Overcast 15 °C
Walsall Overcast 15 °C
Atherstone Overcast 15 °C
Earl Shilton Overcast 15 °C
Church Stretton Overcast 15 °C

Forecast summary

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

Regional forecast for West Midlands

Further thundery showers are possible this afternoon.

Today:

Rain will move northwards this morning, with some drier spells developing, along with sunny intervals. We could see further heavy and possibly thundery showers develop this afternoon and evening however. Maximum Temperature 23 °C.

Tonight:

Any heavy showers will ease this evening, and it will become largely dry overnight. It will be a much fresher night than recent nights too. Minimum Temperature 11 °C.

Tuesday:

Tuesday will start mostly cloudy, but we will see some bright spells developing. Some patchy rain may move in during the afternoon though. Maximum Temperature 20 °C.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

Wednesday and Thursday will be dry and bright, with increasingly warm sunny spells. Rain will arrive into Friday though, and it could be heavy at times.

Updated at: 0327 on Mon 29 May 2017

UK forecast for the next 5 days

Further heavy showers of rain likely.

Today:

Occasionally heavy, showery rain will move into northern areas today, with drier weather for central and southern parts. Further thundery showers may develop across these southern and central areas during the afternoon though, and it will be very warm.

Tonight:

Any heavy showers will clear to the east this evening, but some rain will move into northeast Scotland. It will be cooler than recent nights, with rain in west later.

Tuesday:

Some rain in the north and west Tuesday, where it will be windy, but for many it will be dry and bright. It will feel warm in any sunshine too.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

It will be largely settled over the next few days, with temperatures increasing in the sunshine. Rain will then move into the far west on Thursday, spreading eastwards into Friday.

Updated at: 0236 on Mon 29 May 2017

Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

UK Outlook for Friday 2 Jun 2017 to Sunday 11 Jun 2017:

Cloud and rain affecting northern and western parts on Friday, with clearer, sunnier conditions expected in central and eastern areas. These moving east later and may affect the UK thorugh the weekend. Still rather warm and humid in the southeast, with some thundery showers likely to develop. Through the rest of the period, we are likely to see a more changeable pattern becoming established across the United Kingdom, with northern and western parts seeing spells of rain at times. Meanwhile, many southern and eastern parts should be drier and brighter, with any spells of rain that do spread southeastwards likely to be fairly weak. Windy at times, especially in the northwest. Temperatures are likely to be near normal in the north and west, but warm in the south and east.

Updated at: 1358 on Sun 28 May 2017

UK Outlook for Monday 12 Jun 2017 to Monday 26 Jun 2017:

Confidence is low during this period, although we are likely to see the changeable pattern continuing across the United Kingdom through the period, with a predominately west or southwesterly flow. The unsettled conditions mainly affecting northern and western parts early on, but gradually these look likely to spread southeastwards, with temperatures near normal. By late June confidence remains low, although on balance we are likely to see a continuation of the changeable conditions for many, with temperatures remaining near the average. However, there is a low probability of a more settled and perhaps warmer spell of weather possible around mid-June, mainly in the southeast.

Updated at: 1359 on Sun 28 May 2017

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