How much more sunshine? Weather, air quality and pollen count for the Hammerwich, Burntwood, Brownhills, Lichfield and Walsall areas. 24 April 2021.

Data courtesy of Weatherpro

It is a cloudy cool start to the day but, as the day passes, we can expect brighter spells to develop.

The air temperature will rise by mid to late afternoon to around 16-17c although the 8-10mph ENE breeze will reduce the feel by around 2c.

The ENE breeze will be blowing at an average speed of around 6mph. The wind strength will be higher during the afternoon than before lunch.

Despite the cloud cover the air pressure will remain high and the risk of any rain will only be around 7%.

The pollutant air quality is low and the pollen count is moderate.

Looking ahead the Jet-stream model show that a weather front will begin moving across our region from mid Monday onward.

This weather front brings a 75% risk of some rain during following few days from Monday.

Image showing weather front moving South down the UK
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