4 May 2021 weather, pollen and pollutant levels for Hammerwich, Burntwood, Brownhills, Lichfield and Walsall areas.

Data courtesy of Weatherpro

After another damp start to the day. The prospects for the remainder show very few signs of improvement during the daylight hours.

The satellite and radar images are showing large swathes of rain cloud that will pass through our area today and these will bring showers of varied intensity.

It is certainly not a day to leave out the washing! the varied density of the clouds does, however, mean, we will see the odd brighter spell.

The main noticeable feature will be the low air temperature in the NW breeze. The thermometer will see a maximum reading of 6-9c but this will feel more like 4-5c in the wind chill.

The breeze (Beaufort scale 5) will be blowing at an average of around 16mph with gust speeds of 32-35 mph. The breeze will reduce slightly overnight.

The pollutant level is low and the tree pollen count is very low.

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