Bradmore (West Midlands Conurbation) weather

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Seven day forecast for Bradmore

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Dry with long sunny spells. Turning less settled from Thursday.


A clear and dry day with a few fair-weather clouds forming in the afternoon, but otherwise plenty of warm sunshine. Light winds and feeling slightly warmer than on Sunday. Maximum temperature 21 °C.


A thin veil of high-level cloud will move in from the northwest through the evening. Staying dry overnight but turning cloudy for many towards dawn. Chilly in places. Minimum temperature 7 °C.


Dry with hazy spells of sunshine on Tuesday. Patchy fair-weather cloud will develop through the day before clearing in the evening. Maximum temperature 21 °C.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

Dry with bright spells on Wednesday. Patchy light rain early on Thursday, but turning drier and brighter later. Dry with some sunny spells on Friday. Windy from Wednesday night onwards.


UK long range weather forecast

Friday look to be widely unsettled, with much of the UK receiving showers or longer spells of rain, as well as windy conditions. Northwestern areas will likely see the heaviest rain and coastal gales. The south will see the best conditions with good sunny spells. From the weekend onwards, a very general northwest to southeast split to our weather is likely to develop. The northwest is expected to see the most of any unsettled conditions: outbreaks of rain, possibly heavy at times, and strong winds, possibly coastal gales. Drier and sunnier weather looks more likely across the southeast, though unsettled weather in the northwest could still spread here at times. Temperatures generally near or slightly below average, but may slightly rise towards the end of this period.


Current signals, although quite weak, suggest that higher pressure is expected over the southeast during this period, giving generally settled conditions here and to eastern parts. Conversely, low pressure will tend to lie to the northwest of the UK, bringing more in the way of rain and stronger winds to northern and western areas, with a low risk of stormy conditions. This more unsettled weather could occasionally spread further towards the southeast. Temperatures are more likely to be above average through this period.


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