Summer is now here, and people across the country are seeing warmer temperatures than expected.
It’s easier to get outside and enjoy Birmingham in good weather, so to keep you up to date with the latest weather events, here are the city’s September 23 forecast.
What’s the weather like today?
With so many clouds around, it looks like temperatures will remain in the high teens all day long.
We should see a peak of around 18°C during the afternoon.
It appears cloudy across the area today, with little chance of sunshine in the morning.
Tomorrow (September 24) will be slightly cloudier and cooler, with temperatures below 15°C.
Today’s sunrise in Birmingham was at 6.54 a.m., and the sun would set over the area at about 7.05 p.m.
There will be a drop in pollen count in Birmingham today.
What is the Met Office forecast for the week?
Here are the forecasts for today, tonight and next week across the West Midlands.
Maybe some early low cloud and strange haze or fog spot. Otherwise, most places quickly get sunny and stay bright with sunny periods during the afternoon with very scattered showers. Feeling warm on a bright afternoon. The maximum temperature is 19 degrees Celsius.
Any isolated showers in the evening will soon dissipate, leaving a largely clear, dry night. Under the clear sky it will turn cold, especially in the countryside. The minimum temperature is 6 ° C.
A generally bright day with sunny periods and while little showers are possible, many places will still be dry. Cool northern breeze, but feels happy in any afternoon sunlight. The maximum temperature is 17 degrees Celsius.
Forecasts for Sunday through Tuesday:
After a cool start, Sunday will be dry with sunny spells. Precipitation during the night to leave showers starting next week. Feeling cold with the emergence of active northwesterly winds.
What are the Bureau of Meteorology’s long-range forecast?
The Bureau of Meteorology has released its long-range weather forecast for the period Tuesday, September 27 through Thursday, October 6.
A generally unstable start to this period across the UK with a mixture of bright or sunny spells, showers and the occasional long bout of rain. Most of the continuous rain may affect the east initially and will increase the likelihood of the west later.
Any drier and brighter spells are most likely for the central and southern regions. Mostly windy, with occasional winds possible, mainly across the north and east. Until October, conditions are likely to remain variable with more frontal systems spreading from the west and northwest at times.
The wetter conditions with periods of strong winds are likely to be in the west, and the driest conditions in the southeast. Temperatures are fairly cool at first, especially across the north, but become close to or slightly above normal by the end of the period.