30 April 2021 weather, air pollutant and pollen count for Hammerwich, Burntwood, Brownhills, Lichfield and Walsall areas.

Data courtesy of Weatherpro

It is a noticeably chilly start but still partially bright in our area. The further South to travel into Birmingham and Solihull the more likely it is you will come across some precipitation.

For us there is a 30% risk of rain in our area during the day but, in the main, it will be overcast with some cloud fragmentation allowing brighter spells to develop.

The maximum air temperature will be around 9-11c which is 5-6c degrees lower than average for this time of year. The wind chill will make the “feel” of the air temperature around 2c lower than the actual thermometer reading.

Today’s breeze will be deriving from the NNW/NNE and the average wind speed will be around 5mph.

The air pollutant level is low and the tree pollen count is low. Grass and weed / flower pollen is low.

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