The latest weather forecast from the Met Office for the West Midlands England.
Weather Forecast Issued at 05-Jun-2020 16:00:00: PM
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Weather Forecast Summary: Headline:
Mostly dry tonight. Windy, with heavy rain on Saturday.
Weather Forecast for This Evening and Tonight:
There maybe a few lingering showers through the evening, but the rest of the night will be dry and clear for most, before rain reaches the far north later. Remaining breezy and chilly throughout. Minimum Temperature 5C.
Weather for Saturday:
A dry and bright start in the south, but heavy rain will move south across the region. The rain will clear by late morning, with showers following. Staying windy. Maximum Temperature 16C.
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Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:
Outbreaks of rain on Sunday and fairly breezy. Drier on Monday but very cloudy and winds easing. Mostly dry and sunny on Tuesday.
UK Outlook for Wednesday 10 Jun 2020 to Friday 19 Jun 2020:
After some sunshine and rain in places on Wednesday, the following days are likely to become more settled for most, with slightly above average temperatures. However, the northwest could see some windy conditions, along with heavy rain. The weekend is likely to be more unsettled with longer spells of rain in places, especially in the west and becoming windy in the north, at times. Across the southeast, there’s a chance of some dry and warm conditions at the beginning of the weekend, but also a risk of thundery showers at times. The third week of June will be changeable, tending towards drier and settled conditions. Initially, temperatures are likely to be near average, perhaps increasing towards the end of June.
UK Outlook for Saturday 20 Jun 2020 to Saturday 4 Jul 2020:
During the latter part of June, it will start to become more widely settled with longer and drier periods, interspersed with some showers and longer spells of rain. Temperatures should be close to average for the majority of June, but towards the end of the month they could trend above average.
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