2 May 2021. Weather, air pollutant and pollen count report for Hammerwich, Burntwood, Brownhills, Lichfield and Walsall areas.

Data 08:15 hours courtesy of Weatherpro

If you are planning any outdoor activities this Bank Holiday weekend then today will be far more “user friendly” than tomorrow.

Today we will see long dry and often bright spells with just the occasional risk of rain. The first real risk of rain is around 11:15 hours.

This system is, however, small and could simply blow by. I would rate the risk of some rain this a.m at 30%. The risk of some rain in our area anytime today is 45%.

Our top temperature will be around 10-13c which is a little milder (marginally) than of late. The long term top temperature in our area for this time of year is 15c.

The significant difference is that the average minimum temperature is around 6-7c yet we are still seeing early morning grass frost.

Today’s breeze will be deriving from the W-WNW. The average wind speed will be 4-5mph.

The air pollutant level is overall low and the tree pollen is moderate. The significant contributor to the tree pollen count being the birch tree.

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