Halloween weather Birmingham: full Met Office weather forecast for Halloween 2022 weekend

Here’s a full weather forecast for Halloween 2022 weekend in Birmingham, according to the Met Office. There’s nothing scarier than an unexpected downpour!

Halloween is always a fun time - whether you’re going out trick or treating or going to a Halloween party, there’s always something to do during the spooky season. But there’s one thing scarier than any monster on Halloween - bad weather!

We’ve put this piece together to let you know if it will rain on Halloween this year in Birmingham. Likewise, we’ll also be letting you know how cold it’s going to be during the evening.

After two years where Halloween has been marred by the Covid-19 pandemic, 2022 sees it return with a bang. Therefore, anyone taking part will be praying for good weather.

Generally, the weather for the Halloween weekend in Birmingham looks to be generally mild. But will it remain this way throughout the entire weekend?

How warm will it be on Halloween weekend?

Friday evening will be relatively warm in Birmingham, with an average temperature of around 13.C. Saturday night will be a similar, if not slightly warmer temperature at 14.C. Therefore, you likely won’t need an extra layer if you’re going out on Friday or Saturday night.

On Saturday, the peak temperature will be around 17.C, which will be at 4pm. Meanwhile, Sunday’s hottest temperature will be 15.C at 3pm.

On the day of Halloween itself, the temperature will remain virtually the same. On this day, it has a peak temperature of 15.C and an average temperature of around 13.C.

Will it rain on Halloween weekend in Birmingham?

Birmingham looks to be virtually free of rain over the Halloween weekend. Both Friday and Saturday nights are set to be dry and mild.

Over the entirety of the Halloween weekend in Birmingham, the only rainfall that is expected to occur will come between the hours of 7am and 11am on Saturday. The rest of the weekend is set to be rain-free, according to the Met Office.

Halloween on Monday will remain dry until the evening. According to the Met Office, there will be no rainfall until around 9pm on October 31, when heavy showers are expected to occur.