Birmingham Weather: What will the weather be like for the Early May Bank Holiday - Full Met Office forecast

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Here’s what you can expect over the Early May bank holiday weekend

The bank holiday weekend is almost here and many will be making plans on how to enjoy their three day weekend in Birmingham.

The Met Office has now shared its forecast for the next few days.

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Brummies will be preparing for a long weekend but is warmer weather on its way this week?

Bank holiday forecast

At the moment, the Met Office has predicted a cloudy weekend in the West Midlands. In Birmingham, the weather is expected to be overcast changing to light showers in the afternoon.

Temperatures could reach up to 17° on Saturday (May 4) and Sunday (May 5) in the late afternoon. On bank holiday Monday (May 6), temperatures are expected to reach up to 18°, with spells of sunshine, although light rain and showers are forecast throughout the day in Birmingham.

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Overall Birmingham forecast for this week

Monday, April 19

A few showers are possible at times. Feeling warmer than yesterday despite brisk southerly winds. Maximum temperature 15 °C.

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Tonight:

Mostly dry this evening and overnight with clear spells although the odd shower is possible in the west at first. Minimum temperature 7 °C.

Tuesday:

Largely dry and fine with spells of sunshine at times, though western counties may see some rain by the afternoon. Breezy but feeling warmer than on Monday. Maximum temperature 17 °C.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

Mostly dry as we move into May but showers remain possible. Feeling warmer than of late with spells of sunshine. Temperatures becoming generally above average but also breezy at times. Highest temperatures throughout the days between 15°C and 17°C.

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