Birmingham weather: date and time when the rain will stop & when it will start again - Met Office forecast

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Here is the weather forecast for Birmingham looking at when the heavy rain is due to stop on Monday (July 24) and when it will startagain

Birmingham woke up to heavy rain and cool temperatures this morning (Monday, July 24) following a wet weekend but here’s some good news - that is expected to change as the day progresses. For parents who were worried about having to cancel outdoor plans with children on summer holidays - Birmingham will soon dry up! But there are flood alerts issued for other parts of the West Midlands.

Rain in Birmingham is going to slow down between 10am and 11am but it is expected to be cloudy and overcast around 12pm. The weather is expected to dry up in the city around 3pm. The MET office had predicted a “damp start with outbreaks of rain continuing to move southwards through the morning.” However, it will turn “drier and brighter into the afternoon.”

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Compared to the rest of Europe, the UK has been having a wet spell and it is expected to continue the rest of the week in some parts. However, there won’t be a downpour in Birmingham for at least the next 24 hours.

The MET office added about Birmingham: “Feeling slightly cooler though pleasant in any sunshine. The maximum temperature today will be 19 °C.”

This evening (July 24) is expected to be dry with some some “late bright spells.” However, the MET office predicts that it will stay dry overnight with “clear spells developing allowing temperatures to drop and give a cooler night.” The minimum temperature will be 10 °C.

The Met Office have forecast some rain for Birmingham this weekThe Met Office have forecast some rain for Birmingham this week
The Met Office have forecast some rain for Birmingham this week

Flood alerts in West Midlands

Meanwhile, there are flood alerts in some parts of the West Midlands. The flood alert area is River Stour and Smestow Brook in the Black Country and South Staffordshire.

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The GOV.uk website said: “River levels are forecast to rise at the Stourbridge river gauge as a result of heavy rainfall. Consequently, flooding of property, roads and farmland is possible overnight. Further rainfall is forecast over the next 24 hours.

“We are closely monitoring the situation. Our incident response staff are actively checking river levels and the weather forecast. Please avoid using low lying footpaths and bridges near local watercourses and plan driving routes to avoid low lying roads near rivers, which may be flooded. This message will be updated by 09:00 on 24/07/23, or as the situation changes.”

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