Birmingham hour-by-hour Sunday weather forecast as Met Office alert issued

-Credit: (Image: Birmingham Live)
-Credit: (Image: Birmingham Live)


Brummies look set to make good use of their umbrellas as the city braces for hours of rain on Sunday, with showers and thunder to bring an abrupt end to the Bank Holiday sunshine. The region will be experience periods of rain, thunder and gusts of wind throughout Sunday, with chances of difficult driving conditions, road closures and flooding.

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for Sunday May 26, warning that floods and disruption are on the cards. The Met Office's yellow weather alert has forecasted slow-moving heavy showers and thunderstorms for much of Sunday, which may also lead to cancellations on public transport.

The alert, which covers all of the West Midlands and up towards the north, will be in place from midday on Sunday to 8pm. The forecast for Sunday states Birmingham will be experience highs of 18C, and that the worst thunder will hit at 10am and 1pm.

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The Met Office forecast for Sunday reads: "A cloudy start with patchy rain, gradually breaking up into sunny spells and scattered showers. These heavy at times with the chance of thunder and gusty winds. Maximum temperature 18 °C."

Hour-by-hour Birmingham forecast

  • 6am - 11C

  • 7am - 11C

  • 8am - 12C

  • 9am - 13C

  • 10am - 14C

  • 11am - 14C

  • Midday - 15C

  • 1pm - 16C

  • 2pm - 16C

  • 3pm - 16C

  • 4pm - 16C

  • 5pm - 15C

  • 6pm - 15C

  • 7pm - 15C

  • 8pm- 14C

  • 9pm - 13C

  • 10pm - 12C

  • 11pm- 12C