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    Forecast summary

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

    Regional forecast for West Midlands

    Warm and sunny today. Heavy, thundery downpours overnight.

    Today:

    A drier day than yesterday with plenty of sunshine, and feeling increasingly warm. Breezier towards the end of the day with cloud building from the southwest. Maximum Temperature 26°C.

    Tonight:

    Warm and humid, with heavy, thundery showers moving northeast during the evening, bringing the risk of hail and some locally torrential downpours. Becoming dry later in the night. Minimum Temperature 15°C.

    Saturday:

    Often cloudy during the morning, but becoming increasingly sunny through the day. Less hot than Friday, but still warm, with fine conditions continuing into the evening. Maximum Temperature 22°C.

    Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:

    Sunny spells on Sunday but also isolated showers, perhaps heavy with thunder. Dry to start Monday, but cloudier, with rain in the west later. Breezier on Tuesday with scattered showers.

    Updated at: 0350 on Fri 03 Jul 2015

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Dry and very warm today. Some heavy, thundery rain overnight.

    Today:

    A fresher start than on previous days, but dry with plenty of sunshine. It'll turn increasingly warm and humid later, or hot towards the southeast. Cloud will gradually build from the southwest, with isolated showers possible late in the day.

    Tonight:

    Dry to start across the north, with patchy low cloud and fog along some eastern coasts. Heavy rain and thunderstorms will soon move northeastwards overnight. Drier conditions follow.

    Saturday:

    Breezy and cooler across Scotland, with heavy rain gradually easing and clearing north. Largely dry elsewhere with warm sunny spells developing. Very warm again in the southeast.

    Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:

    Increasingly breezy Sunday, with scattered showers and some warm sunny spells. Drier to start Monday, but cloudier, with rain in the west later. Rain clearing to sunshine and showers Tuesday.

    Updated at: 0350 on Fri 03 Jul 2015

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Tuesday 7 Jul 2015 to Thursday 16 Jul 2015:

    Rather cloudy at first on Tuesday, and breezy generally, with a band of rain moving eastwards across the country, clearing by the afternoon to leave a mixture of sunshine and showers, heaviest in the west. Further showers on Wednesday most frequent and heavy in the north-west and staying breezy. Becoming more settled across most parts going into the weekend with the south of the country likely to see some fine dry weather once again. Probably turning more unsettled across the country from the north-west by the end of the period. Temperatures around or just below average through the period, though towards the weekend some very warm, humid conditions may return to the south and southeast at times with a risk of thunder here.

    UK Outlook for Thursday 16 Jul 2015 to Thursday 30 Jul 2015:

    Many southern and central parts of the UK are likely to be mostly dry, often with fine, warm conditions. Towards the north and northwest there will be some cloudier conditions with rain at times, occasionally reaching the south east, however even in the northwest any periods of rain may well be less frequent than normal with some good periods of dry weather expected. Temperatures are likely to be around average in the northwest, but in the southeast there may be spells of very warm weather for the time of year, with a low risk of occasional thundery outbreaks, mainly towards the beginning of the forecast period.

    Updated at: 1110 on Thu 02 Jul 2015

    Location Details

    Wake Green

    Location: 52.4412, -1.8846

    Altitude: 162m above mean sea level

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