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

    Regional forecast for West Midlands

    Brightening up through today.

    Today:

    A grey, cloudy start, though any mist will quickly clear. It'll then remain dry with sunny spells developing through the afternoon. The best of the sunshine will be in southern parts where it will be warmer. Maximum Temperature 18 °C.

    Tonight:

    A dry night, with lengthy clear spells, allowing temperatures to fall perhaps a little lower than last night. There'll be one or two mist patches forming towards dawn. Minimum Temperature 7 °C.

    Friday:

    Any mist will soon clear, with sunny spells building through the morning, the best of these in the west. Through the afternoon some showers may develop towards southern parts. Maximum Temperature 19 °C.

    Outlook for Saturday to Monday:

    Generally warm, with sunny spells and a few locally heavy showers through the Bank Holiday weekend. Perhaps some rain in east later Monday. Any overnight for patches will soon clear.

    Updated at: 0237 on Thu 26 May 2016

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Warmer in the south, cloudier and cooler further north.

    Today:

    It'll be a grey start in central and northern areas with outbreaks of rain at times. There'll be sunnier skies in northwest Scotland and southern England and Wales, with showers in southern England this afternoon.

    Tonight:

    Outbreaks of rain will continue across Northern Ireland and southern Scotland tonight. Elsewhere there'll be patchy cloud and some clear spells, perhaps with scattered showers in southern coastal areas.

    Friday:

    Tomorrow will start largely fine and dry with some sunny spells through the day. Showers will feed into southern and western parts though, these turning heavy and perhaps thundery later.

    Outlook for Saturday to Monday:

    Many places should be warm through the weekend with sunny spells. Locally heavy, thundery showers are likely, mainly in the south. Rain may spread to eastern areas on Monday.

    Updated at: 0232 on Thu 26 May 2016

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Monday 30 May 2016 to Wednesday 8 Jun 2016:

    Much of the United Kingdom, especially the northwest, will see dry, bright and reasonably warm weather for the end of May. Southeastern areas, however, should be cloudier and cooler, and increasingly likely to see outbreaks of rain, which could turn heavy and thundery and perhaps more prolonged for a time, accompanied by strengthening winds. This pattern of weather looks to continue for the start of June, with showers or longer spells of rain most likely in the east and southeast, with the best of the warmer, drier and brighter weather in the west and northwest. However, there is a signal for the weather to become more generally drier and brighter across the UK towards the end of the period, although there remains a threat of showers in the south.

    Updated at: 1234 on Wed 25 May 2016

    UK Outlook for Thursday 9 Jun 2016 to Thursday 23 Jun 2016:

    Currently it looks likely that generally settled conditions will continue through the start of this period. This means we can expect a good deal of dry and bright weather for many parts of the country, particularly in the north and northwest. There will probably be some wetter intervals mixed in, these most likely in the south, where they could turn thundery at times. Towards mid-to-late June, there is a chance that more unsettled conditions could become established, although the timing and likelihood of this change remains uncertain. Temperatures, on the whole, will probably be slightly above the June average, especially in the west and south.

    Updated at: 1235 on Wed 25 May 2016

    Location Details

    Gravelly Hill

    Location: 52.5127, -1.8511

    Altitude: 117.0 m above mean sea level

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