Intermittent showers and blustery at times on Tuesday and Wednesday. Turning drier on Thursday with sunny spells and patchy cloud. Temperatures generally near or slightly below average. Turning generally more settled in the north and northwest by the end of the week and lasting into next weekend, with dry and bright spells likely. Meanwhile a cloudier, breezier picture in the east and southeast with more showery conditions here. This theme is likely to remain largely similar into the start of next week, with the most settled conditions across the far north of the UK and a few showers continuing to affect some eastern areas, before more organised cloud and rain tries to spread in from the southwest later.
Temperatures are expected to be rather on the cold side in most areas with overnight frosts and patchy mist and fog likely to occur, particularly in the northwest. Confidence becomes low towards the end of the month. However, the early part of the forecast period will likely see a gradual transition to a generally more unsettled pattern across the whole of the UK. Spells of rain and showers are likely, with these turning wintry over high ground in the north and northwest. There may also be the odd settled spell at times during this period, but they are likely to be short-lived.
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Maximum daytime temperature: 11 degrees Celsius; Minimum nighttime temperature: 5 degrees Celsius. Cloudy changing to light rain by late morning. Sunrise: ; Sunset: Sunrise: Sunset: Tuesday 13 October. Maximum daytime temperature: 12 degrees Celsius; Minimum nighttime temperature: 6 degrees Celsius. Cloudy changing to heavy rain in the afternoon. Tue 13 Oct. Wednesday 14 October. Maximum daytime temperature: 14 degrees Celsius; Minimum nighttime temperature: 4 degrees Celsius. Partly cloudy changing to sunny intervals by lunchtime. Wed 14 Oct. Thursday 15 October. Maximum daytime temperature: 13 degrees Celsius; Minimum nighttime temperature: 4 degrees Celsius.
Partly cloudy. Thu 15 Oct. Friday 16 October. Maximum daytime temperature: 13 degrees Celsius; Minimum nighttime temperature: 6 degrees Celsius.
UV: Low; No pollen data. Fri 16 Oct. Saturday 17 October. Maximum daytime temperature: 13 degrees Celsius; Minimum nighttime temperature: 5 degrees Celsius. UV: Low;. Sat 17 Oct. Sunday 18 October. Helen Bushby. Entertainment reporter. The dulcet-toned presenter of BBC Two's Gardeners' World thinks we are "becoming divorced from nature" and wants people to see the wildlife, nature and the environment on their doorstep. Don's latest book, My Garden World, is a homage to the Herefordshire countryside on his doorstep and his farm on the Welsh borders.
You can read more about it here on the BBC website. A dry and bright to start Wednesday before turning cloudier this afternoon. Rain is expected to develop this evening from the west and it could be heavy at times before turning to showers overnight, with the risk of a thunderstorm. You can keep up to date on forecasts for your area by going to the BBC Weather website. BBC Weather Watchers. We've had some brighter spells mixed in with the cloud this morning, as far as we can tell from photos sent in by BBC Weather Watchers.
The nursery, which operates from the Widemarsh Children's Centre, said it meant a large number of children and staff have to self-isolate for 14 days. Mainly cloudy today with plenty of showers throughout which could be heavy and thundery at times. Things will stay cloudy tonight with scattered showers before they become more isolated by early morning.
You can keep up to date on your local weather forecast by going to the BBC Weather website. The site has been shut since flooding in October , which happened again in February. It caused "substantial" damage to the site. A report to the council has said some of the repairs will be covered by insurance, but others, such as electrical work and concrete, will need to be pay for by the council. A decision is due to be taken by the full council on Friday. Care providers in Herefordshire will get the personal protective equipment PPE they need this winter, the county council has pledged.
Paul Smith, from the council, said about 40, masks were collected by care staff each week and it was sure it would be able to keep supplies going over the crucial winter period. Storm Alex has already started to batter some parts of the UK and is set to make itself felt in the Midlands tomorrow. The forecaster says heavy rain is likely to bring flash floods. Parts of the South West have seen a series of power cuts today, but the Met Office said strong winds were expected to largely drop by the end of today. However, Shropshire, Herefordshire and Wales are expected to see some of the country's heaviest rainfall on Saturday and Sunday.
This cow was photographed near Redditch by a contributor using the nickname OgySnaps and the wet Hereford city centre picture below was taken by StepCounter.
Hereford Times. Vehicle Conversion Specialists, which converts ambulances for a range of NHS trusts, is behind the zero-emission project. Let's hope you got all your laundry dried, because we're forecast more heavy rain. Michele Paduano. BBC Midlands health correspondent. Health bosses say a huge immunisation plan is being readied for the Birmingham area. The dry weather we had today isn't going to last and we're forecast more showers tomorrow, some of them heavy.
The circuits of the steps is the equivalent of a mile route between his favourite churches. An electric ambulance has gone into service for West Midlands Ambulance Service for the first time. It said it would be the UK's first all-electric emergency ambulance and would be used to test the technology, with the aim of eventually introducing an emission-free fleet. We should see a break in the rain showers today and temperatures up to about 13C 55F. More than people in Herefordshire and Worcestershire were not tested before going to care homes. Tom Edwards.
Hundreds of hospital patients were discharged into care homes during the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic without being tested first. Figures obtained by BBC Hereford and Worcester show that between March and May more than vulnerable people were placed in care homes without anyone knowing if they were carrying the virus. Twelve of its residents died from Covid during the first wave.
Felicity Evans. Political editor, Wales. But one expert warns against making assumptions, saying "knowledge doesn't mean interest".
Laura Van Marle, 40, is charged with the murder of a year-old woman. A year-old woman was pronounced dead at the scene in Cradley, police said. A lack of staff is thought to be one of the main reasons intensive care is running at full capacity. Herefordshire Council is warning that difficult times lie ahead financially, but it believes it has sufficient reserves to be able to carry on providing services. Its chief finance officer, Andrew Lovegrove, said because of coronavirus "the future is going to be very tough for the economy and Herefordshire will be not treated any differently".
We're forecast a dry day and there could be some sunshine breaking through the cloud, but it will also be breezy and temperatures won't get much above 13C 55F. The showers of the last couple of days are going to be replaced by clear skies and some sunshine in the West Midlands.
It's going to be a bit cooler that it was though, with temperatures unlikely to go higher than 12C 54F. The temperatures are likely to be about 13C 55F and it looks like we'll have more of the same tomorrow. This brief rainy spell is coming to an end and most parts of the West Midlands should have dry weather by tomorrow afternoon. But it's going to remain cool, with temperatures unlikely to be much higher than 13C 55F tomorrow.
Local Democracy Reporting Service. Teddy-bear shaped objects, moon-sized balloons and red and yellow stars were among 21 UFO sightings reported in Worcestershire and Herefordshire between and Previously confidential government files have shown reports from Worcester, Kidderminster, Evesham, Bewdley, Droitwich and Malvern. The black bear-shaped object was seen moving rapidly across the sky in Bewdley, Hereford and Worcester in We've got used to sunny September but it's all change with most of us forecast a rainy day.
Letters have gone out to 1, farmers warning they could face heavy fines if they pollute Herefordshire rivers.
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The Environment Agency has written to landowners in the River Lugg catchment to remind them of laws which were put in place in Campaigners have complained rivers are facing 'environmental disaster' due to the phosphate from poultry units.