THE WINDY weather tonight in Bromsgrove, Rubery and south Birmingham is set to continue until the early hours.
According to the Met Office, the gusts are set to peak at 30mph to 32mph between midnight and 3am before they ease.
Tomorrow after 7am, when the Storm Agnes weather warning ends, it will still remain breezy for the morning rush hour and school run.
The morning will be mostly dry with patchy sunshine. Temperatures will be cooler than today but remain mild – between 14°C and 17°C.
Rain is forecast in the evening, around 6pm and continue into the night.
Outlook for Friday to Sunday
The weekend is set to be mostly dry and settled with sunny spells on Friday and Saturday, along with the odd shower.
Some rain is expected overnight into Sunday with sunnier spells developing afterwards. It will still be breezy at times as we enter October.
It seems like Bromsgrove, Rubery and south Birmingham was just outside of Storm Agnes’ clutches today and that looks set to be the case tomorrow. But where did Storm Agnes come from?
Here’s an explanation from the Met Office.