Weather, air quality and pollen count for the Hammerwich, Burntwood, Brownhills, Lichfield and Walsall areas. 20 April 2021.

Data courtesy of Weatherpro

It is another welcoming start to the day with relatively high air pressure being maintained throughout the day.

Although we will see the wind direction vary from the NE to the SE as a weather front moves down the UK it will remain dry (risk of localised rain 12% maximum) and mild.

Our top temperature during daylight hours will be around 16-17c and overnight the minimum will be around 6-8c.

The wind speed will be light 1-3mph and this will see a slight increase in the latent air pollution and pollen count. The pollutant level is low but the pollen count, due mainly to tree pollen, is moderate.

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