Birmingham weather today: When Storm Isha is due to end in Birmingham on Monday

A Yellow Weather Warning is in place for Birmingham today (Monday, January 22) after the city was battered by winds reaching over 50mph last night
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Storm Isha continues to blow its way across Birmingham today (Monday, January 22) flowing a blustery night as wind and rain swept through the city amid a weather amber warning.

A weather warning continues to be in place for Birmingham today - but the Met Office has downgraded this to a yellow one for wind. And there are no flood warnings in place in or around Birmingham.

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A Yellow Weather Warning signifies that some disruption to travel and utilities is expected. Train services disrupted across Birmingham and it is important to check the latest information with operators before you set off on any journey.

Residents on Gristhorpe Road in Selly Oak were shocked to see a huge tree blow over during the gusts last night as phone lines in the area also went dead. You can see footage of the tree blocking the street at the top of this story. We've also got pictures of the scene.

Here is what the Met Office says you should expect under the Yellow Weather Warning for Storm Isha in Birmingham today:

  • Some damage to buildings, such as tiles blown from roofs, could happen
  • Injuries and danger to life from flying debris are possible
  • Power cuts may occur, with the potential to affect other services, such as mobile phone coverage
  • Injuries and danger to life could occur from large waves and beach material being thrown onto sea fronts, coastal roads and properties
  • Some roads and bridges may close
  • Road, rail, air and ferry services may be affected, with longer journey times and cancellations possible

A huge tree has come down on Gristhorpe Road, Selly Oak, Birmingham and phone lines in the area are down during Storm Isha. A huge tree has come down on Gristhorpe Road, Selly Oak, Birmingham and phone lines in the area are down during Storm Isha.
A huge tree has come down on Gristhorpe Road, Selly Oak, Birmingham and phone lines in the area are down during Storm Isha.

How long is the Yellow Weather Warning in Place? When will Storm Isha end in Birmingham

The Yellow Weather Warning in Birmingham is in place until midnight tonight for Birmingham and the whole of the UK. It continues for the north of England on Tuesday and Wednesday - but not Birmingham.

Met Office forecasters have advised that people in Birmingham should expect another windy day today, but it won’t be as windy as last night.

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The day will also be brighter than yesterday and there will be some sunny spells and just a low chance of the odd blustery shower.

Summarising the climate for today, the Met Office says: “Feeling chillier than yesterday although temperatures around average for January. Maximum temperature 9 °C.”


A few heavy showers are possible this evening, then drier overnight with clear spells. Winds easing and turning chilly for a time. Winds freshening and rain returning by the morning. Minimum temperature 3 °C.


A windy and damp day with overcast skies and occasional heavier rain, mostly in the morning. Turning very windy by the evening with local gales. Very mild for January. Maximum temperature 14 °C.

Brighter and less windy on Wednesday, turning windier again on Thursday with showery rain, then drier with sunny spells on Friday. Staying relatively mild and largely frost free.

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