WITH many children off school and young people away from college, all eyes will be on what the weather will be doing in the coming days.
Today (Monday), according to the Met Office, it will be mainly dry to start with and sunny spells will continue throughout the day. The odd shower is possible during the afternoon – about a 50 per cent chance between 12pm and 4pm but most places will be staying dry. It will be breezy, but winds easing later. The maximum temperature this afternoon will be 13°C.
Monday evening will be dry with temperatures dropping just below double figures.
Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday
Tuesday will also remain dry for the most part with highs of 12°C. There is a high chance of heavy rain – around 80 per cent chance in Bromsgrove, Rubery and south Birmingham between 9pm and midnight.
Wednesday could be wet – there is a 60 per cent chance of rain during the day in our areas. Winds will also pick up with gusts reaching more than 30mph. Temperatures will range from 11°C and 12°C. during the day, dropping slightly to 8°C and 9°C.
There is a high chance of heavy rain overnight between Wednesday and Thursday – as high as a 95 per cent chance. There is a good chance rain will continue throughout the day. Temperatures will range from 10°C and 11°C.
Met Office – National forecast
There are weather warnings in place for some areas of the UK – so if you are going away for half-term, you may want to check out the national forecast (below).