Weather, air quality and pollen report for Hammerwich, Burntwood, Brownhills, Lichfield and Walsall areas. 18 April 2021.

Data courtesy of Weatherpro

Haiku style poem (c) Kevin Jones.

Sunny Days

Sunny days ahead

Brighten mind and mood.

Let spirits raise!

It is another day with steady, high air pressure, which will lead us through another dry day.

The risk of any rain today, despite regular cloud cover, will be less than 8%.

The wind will be light and deriving from a ESE – ENE arc at only 3-4 mph. This will mean the top air temperature will also be similar to the “feel like” temperature.

Or top temperature will be around 13-14c and this will be reached by mid to late afternoon.

Today’s pollen count is moderate to high and the air quality (pollution) is low.

It is another great day for getting out and about. A suggestion would be Park Lime pits where you could try and spot the wild Parakeets or, if you go later in the early evening, the Daubenton bats trying to catch insects near the water’s edge.

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