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West Midlands regional forecast

West Midlands forecast map

Solihull Cloudy 52.411 -1.776
Lichfield Cloudy 52.681 -1.83
Evesham Overcast 52.092 -1.945
Dudley Sunny intervals 52.512 -2.08
Wolverhampton Cloudy 52.587 -2.127
Coventry Cloudy 52.407 -1.518
Birmingham Cloudy 52.486 -1.889
Hereford Sunny intervals 52.056 -2.715
Worcester Sunny intervals 52.193 -2.22
Stoke-on-Trent Sunny intervals 53.002 -2.178
Leek Sunny intervals 53.109 -2.022
Ludlow Sunny day 52.367 -2.712
Shrewsbury Sunny day 52.707 -2.751
Oswestry Sunny day 52.857 -3.055
Whitchurch (Shropshire) Sunny intervals 52.968 -2.681
Stratford-upon-Avon Cloudy 52.191 -1.707
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Wyken (Shropshire) Sunny intervals 21 °C
Gnosall Cloudy 20 °C
Canon Pyon Sunny intervals 22 °C
Whichford Sunny intervals 19 °C
Wednesbury Cloudy 20 °C
Lichfield Cloudy 20 °C
Birmingham Cloudy 20 °C
Pershore Sunny intervals 22 °C
Sedgley Cloudy 19 °C
Dorothy Clive Garden Sunny intervals 19 °C
Westbury (Shropshire) Sunny day 21 °C
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  • UK 6-30 days

Regional Forecast for West Midlands

Headline:

Dry and warm with sunny spells

Today:

Some eastern parts may start cloudy and a little damp, otherwise it will be a fine day with sunny spells, these becoming more widespread through the afternoon. It will feel warm for most with a gentle northerly breeze. Maximum temperature 24 °C.

Tonight:

Tonight will be dry with plenty of clear spells, however cloud may be thicker at times in the north and east of the region, perhaps giving some hill fog. Minimum temperature 12 °C.

Tuesday:

Tuesday will see another fine day with sunny spells and light winds. In the sunshine it will feel warm. Maximum temperature 24 °C.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

Becoming windier through the rest of the week with a spell of rain during Wednesday. Generally dry with sunny spells on Thursday and Friday, perhaps with the odd shower.

Updated: 01:14 on Mon 24 Jul 2017 BST

UK forecast for the next 5 days

Headline:

Fine for many, cloudy and damp in the east.

Today:

Fine and warm for most western parts with plenty of sunshine, although the chance of the odd shower in central Scotland later. Cloudier and cooler on coasts in the north and east with rain across eastern England, slowly easing.

Tonight:

Sporadic rain will continue across East Anglia and southeast England before eventually fading by dawn. Elsewhere, dry with clear spells but staying cloudy on coasts in the north and east.

Tuesday:

Cloudy and damp in the east at first, but soon turning drier and brighter with plenty of sunny spells across the UK. Perhaps the odd shower later. Generally warm.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

Changeable and often windy with a spell of rain for all during Wednesday. Drier in the south on Thursday and Friday, but blustery showers elsewhere, heavy in the northwest.

Updated: 01:14 on Mon 24 Jul 2017 BST

Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

UK Outlook for Saturday 29 Jul 2017 to Monday 7 Aug 2017:

A generally unsettled spell of weather is expected over the weekend with a mixture of sunshine and showers for most. Heavy showers and strong winds are most likely in the north west with a risk of hail and thunder, as well as a possibility of gales in exposed areas. The unsettled regime looks set to continue until early August with further frontal systems affecting the UK, interspersed with clearer or perhaps showery weather and some unseasonably windy conditions across many areas. Temperatures should be around normal to cool, with perhaps only the far south east seeing some warmer conditions at times, although there is low confidence on this. There are no signals for any significant change from these changeable conditions during the period.

UK Outlook for Tuesday 8 Aug 2017 to Tuesday 22 Aug 2017:

Changeable or unsettled conditions are likely at first with periods of rain interspersed with clearer or showery weather. There are some signals for high pressure to build which would allow for more settled conditions and rising temperatures, mostly likely in western parts. By the middle of August signals become mixed and confidence is low, however the preferred solution is for an Atlantic driven setup with the most unsettled conditions in the north west but drier in the south east.

Updated: 01:14 on Mon 24 Jul 2017 BST

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