Storm Debi: Birmingham hour-by-hour Met Office weather forecast

Here's your hour-by-hour Met Office weather forecast for Friday as Storm Debi hits the UK
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The West Midlands is braced for strong winds on Monday (November 13) as Storm Debi is set to arrive in the country.

The Met Office has issued a number of yellow weather warnings for parts of the country, with Birmingham set for strong winds today.

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Wind gusts of up to 40mph are forecast for the city between 10am and 2pm. There will also be some heavy rain in the morning before the sun comes out later on n the day.

Here's your hour-by-hour forecast

11am: 11° - wind gusts of 37mph

12pm: 12° - wind gusts of 39mph

1pm: 12° - wind gusts of 40mph

2pm: 12° - wind gusts of 39mph

3pm: 12° - wind gusts of 39mph

4pm: 12° - wind gusts of 38mph

5pm: 11° - wind gusts of 43mph

6pm: 11° - wind gusts of 30mph

7pm: 11° - wind gusts of 29mph

8pm: 11° - wind gusts of 29mph

9pm: 10° - wind gusts of 29mph

10pm: 10° - wind gusts of 27mph

Outlook for rest of the week


Heavy showers during the morning with the risk of the odd rumble of thunder, and hail in the west. Showers easing into the afternoon with more sunny spells. Fairly breezy. Maximum temperature 13 °C.

Mostly fine on Wednesday with brisk winds slowly easing, though the odd shower in the north. Rain sweeping through on Thursday, with winds increasing, but sunny spells return for Friday.

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