UK heatwave: When will it rain in Birmingham? Met Office forecast for how long the warm weather will last

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The first heatwave of the year is well underway leaving many wondering when we can next expect some wetter weather

Birmingham has been experiencing some warmer temperatures as the UK has been gripped by a heatwave. As summer comes into full effect, many will be wondering when some cooler weather may be on the way. 

The city faced some massive thunderstorms and rain showers over the weekend which has left some areas flooded. The Met Office has forecast more rain on the way but it is not expected to be as intense as Sunday night’s storm. 

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The Met Office has a yellow thunderstorm warning in place across Birmingham until 9pm tonight with multiple flood alerts for several rivers in the area, including the River Cole and River Rea.

Here’s the weather outlook for the rest of the week and when to next expect rain: 

Birmingham weather forecast

Monday, June 12

Monday will be a warm day with plenty of sunshine, however there will be a risk of heavy showers in the afternoon which could turn thundery. The Met Office has forecast rain due at 1pm this afternoon and 7pm tonight. 

Weather will feel hot between showers, that will gradually ease off in the evening, leaving plenty of clear spells overnight. Maximum temperatures will reach 29°C, with lows of 16°C.

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Tuesday, June 13

Tuesday will be largely dry with long periods of warm sunshine, however there will still be a risk of a potential thundery shower. Maximum temperatures will reach 29°C, with lows of 17°C.

Outlook for Wednesday, June 14 - Friday, June 16

High pressure will begin to build, making the weather more settled and dry, with long periods of warm sunshine. On Wednesday temperatures will reach highs of 26°C, with lows of 14°C.

Thursday’s temperatures will reach 25°C, with lows of 15°C, with Friday looking set to experience the same.

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