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West Midlands

Updated: 1443 on Wed 19 Oct 2011

Headline:

A cold night for all, with a widespread frost developing.

This Evening and Tonight:

Most showers easing this evening, to leave clear skies. This will lead to a cold night, with a widespread frost developing across rural areas. The low risk of an isolated shower filtering down the Cheshire Gap towards Birmingham. Light winds. Minimum Temperature -1 C.

Thursday:

A dry cold and sunny start for most, although perhaps cloudier over northern counties. Staying largely dry through the day, but becoming cloudier through the afternoon. Feeling rather chilly. Maximum Temperature 12 C.

Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

Largely dry and bright throughout, with the sunniest skies for eastern parts. Becoming much windier through the weekend, with an increasing rain risk on Sunday. Feeling noticeably warmer by Sunday.

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